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Akabane and bovine ephemeral fever (BEF) viruses cause vector-borne diseases. In this study, inactivated Akabane virus (AKAV)+Bovine ephemeral fever virus (BEFV) vaccines with or without recombinant vibrio flagellin (revibFlaB) protein were expressed in a baculovirus expression system to measure...

Author(s)
Yang DongKun; Kim HaHyun; Jo HyunYe; Choi SungSuk; Cho InSoo
Publisher
Korean Society of Veterinary Science, Daejon, Korea Republic
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research, 2015, 55, 4, pp 227-232
Abstract

Infection with Bovine Viral Diarrhea Viruses (BVDV) in cattle results in a wide range of clinical manifestations, ranging from mild respiratory disease to fetal death and mucosal disease, depending on the virulence of the virus and the immune and reproductive status of the host. In this study 30...

Author(s)
Pecora, A.; Malacari, D. A.; Ridpath, J. F.; Perez Aguirreburualde, M. S.; Combessies, G.; Odeón, A. C.; Romera, S. A.; Golemba, M. D.; Wigdorovitz, A.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 2014, 96, 1, pp 204-212
Abstract

DNA vaccines are considered as alternatives to live attenuated ones for those diseases like foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) where the production and application of live vaccines have been found unsuccessful. However, stability of DNA and the quantity of antigen expressed are the major limitation with...

Author(s)
Nagarajan, G.; Ravikumar, P.; Kumar, C. A.; Reddy, G. R.; Dechamma, H. J.; Suryanarayana, V. V. S.
Publisher
Springer, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Virology, 2011, 22, 1, pp 50-58
Abstract

Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) is widespread in cattle in Brazil and research shows its large antigenic variability. Available vaccines are produced with virus strains isolated in other countries and may not be effective. In this study, inactivated vaccines containing the Brazilian BVDV-Ib...

Author(s)
Jordão, R. S.; Ribeiro, C. P.; Pituco, E. M.; Okuda, L. H.; Fava, C. del; Stefano, E. de; Marchiori Filho, M.; Mehnert, D. U.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 2011, 91, 2, pp 311-315
Abstract

The present study reports the use of guineapigs as a model to study the immunogenicity of bovine herpesvirus type 1 (BoHV-1) and bovine viral diarrhoea virus (BVDV) inactivated vaccines. To this purpose, guineapigs (60) and calves (10) were immunized twice with a 28 day interval with an...

Author(s)
Silva, L. F. da; Diel, D. G.; Cilento, M. do C.; Weiblen, R.; Flores, E. F.
Publisher
Centro de Ciências Rurais, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Santa Maria, Brazil
Citation
Ciência Rural, 2007, 37, 4, pp 1060-1065
Abstract

The potency of 36 batches of aluminium hydroxide, formolized vaccine prepared from lapinized virus A22 was determined as the 50% protective dose for g.pigs weighing 500-550 g, with cattle weighing 200-300 kg as controls. G.pigs vaccinated i/m with 1 ml of 1: 3, 1: 9 and 1: 27 dilutions were...

Author(s)
Kuleshova, L. A.; Kozlovskii, G. A.; Sorvachev, E. V.; Murashkin, V. I.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veteri-nariya., 1969, 5, pp 25-27 pp.
Abstract

Virus type A variant Ai (No. 663) was grown in primary culture of calf kidney cells, pig kidney cells, in transplantable pig kidney cells, in tongue epithelial cells from cattle and in freshly suspended kidney cells from calves and pigs. For the preparation of experimental vaccines the virus was...

Author(s)
Syusyukin, A. A.; Kravets, I. K.; Syusyukina, M. S.; Efimov, N. I.; Sergeev, V. A.; Mel'Nik, R. I.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1967, 4, pp 17-18 pp.
Abstract

The test was performed by a micro-method, using g.pig hyperimmune serum and virus antigen of high titre produced in tissue culture Two hours at room temp. or one hour at 37°C gave the best results. The test was suitable for measuring the antibody response to a vaccine.-RM.

Author(s)
Roumiantzeff, M.; Salvatori, J.; CaillèRe, F.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1969, 145, pp 455-463
Abstract

Vaccines were prepared by passaging strains of Types A, SAT 1 and SAT 2 in cultures of surviving fragments of bovine tongue epithelium: the virus was inactivated by formalin or acetylethyleneimine, usually in the presence of aluminium hydroxide gel. In some experiments, the viral antigen was first...

Author(s)
Hyslop, N. St. G.; Morrow, A. W.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1969, 10, pp 109-120
Abstract

The strain was modified by 82 passages in rabbits (aged 2-3 days) followed by 11 alternating passages in baby rabbits and chicks and 25 passages in day-old chicks. G.pigs vaccinated with 1 ml of a 10% suspension and 10 cattle immunized with dry vaccine were challenged with a virulent virus. The...

Author(s)
Makarova, G. A.; Ogryzkov, S. E.; Nicheporuk, V. S.
Citation
Trudy gosud. nauchno-kontrol. Inst. vet. Preparatov, 1968, 15, pp 47-53

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