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Leukocyte subsets and specific antibodies in pigs vaccinated with a classical swine fever subunit (E2) vaccine and the attenuated ORF virus strain D1701



Leukocyte subsets and specific antibodies in pigs vaccinated with a classical swine fever subunit (E2) vaccine and the attenuated ORF virus strain D1701



Acta Veterinaria Hungarica 52(2): 151-161



Total white blood cell (WBC) counts and percentages of CD4a+, CD8a+, CD5a+, CD45RA+, CD45RC+, wCD21+ and SWC3a+ cells in the peripheral blood of pigs were analysed in this study. A total of 30 pigs were randomly divided into 3 groups. Blood samples were collected before and on days 4, 10, 21 and 28 after vaccination.

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PMID: 15168746

DOI: 10.1556/AVet.52.2004.2.3


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