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Preventive and therapeutic efficacy of BIOCAN M, inactivate vaccine against Microsporum canis in dogs and cats



Preventive and therapeutic efficacy of BIOCAN M, inactivate vaccine against Microsporum canis in dogs and cats



Buletinul Universitatii de Stiinte Agricole si Medicina Veterinara Cluj Napoca, Seria Medicina Veterinara 58: 419-422



The safety and preventive and therapeutic efficacy of the inactivated vaccine BIOCAN M against M. canis were evaluated in dogs and cats. For safety, 2 healthy dogs and 2 cats were observed for adverse reactions after a double dose of the vaccine. Two more dogs and cats were vaccinated with 1 ml of BIOCAN M on one side of the body followed by another dose on the other side 14 days later, after which they and nonvaccinated control cats and dogs were challenged with M. canis.

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