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Immunogenicity of the attenuated Salmonella choleraesuis strain 237 Sm I for pigs. I. Pathogenicity and stability after repeated passage in pigs



Immunogenicity of the attenuated Salmonella choleraesuis strain 237 Sm I for pigs. I. Pathogenicity and stability after repeated passage in pigs



Lucr. Inst. Cerc. Vet. Bioprep. Pasteur. 2: 1, 265-276



Antigenicity of the strain was confirmed by i/v injection in rabbits. The criteria for differentiating this from other salmonella strains of pigs were: pathogenicity for mice; resistance to streptomycin and sensitivity to a phage isolated from a lysogenic E. coli strain and adapted to strain 237 SmI. These tests, confirmed by comparison with those for 86 field strains, are considered specific.

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