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Experimental Studies regarding Living Swine Erysipelas Vaccine. II. The Pathogenicity and Immunizing Property for Swine of A virulent Swine Erysipelas Bacilli obtained by treating with Trypaflavin.



Experimental Studies regarding Living Swine Erysipelas Vaccine. II. The Pathogenicity and Immunizing Property for Swine of A virulent Swine Erysipelas Bacilli obtained by treating with Trypaflavin.



J. Jap. Soc. vet. Sci, 14: 322-339



Strains of Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae (swine erysipelas bacillus), rendered avirulent by repeated sub-cultivation on agar containing " trypaflavine " and " rivanol ", are of high immunizing value for pigs. Vaccine prepared from a 48-hour broth culture of such an avirulent strain, if preserved by the addition of 0.00l per cent. of " trypaflavine ", will retain its protective value for two months or more.

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