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Effect of passive immunity derived from colostrum on results of vaccination of calves against foot and mouth disease



Effect of passive immunity derived from colostrum on results of vaccination of calves against foot and mouth disease



Medycyna Wet 27(12): 726-729



36 calves born to cows that had been vaccinated repeatedly against foot and mouth disease (FMD) and 18 calves born to non-vaccinated cows were vaccinated at 5-155 days of age with trivalent type ACO FMD vaccine. Calves of vaccinated dams either did not respond to the vaccine or responded (usually if >4 months old) much less than calves of non-vaccinated dams; the latter showed high antibody titres even when only a few days old.

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