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It is concluded that g.-pigs are suitable for assay provided they weigh about 500 g. each, are in good health, come from known breeding establishments and are kept under constant conditions of husbandry during experiments. A good immune response was elicited by i/m injection; antibody titres...

Stellmann, C.; Terre, J.; Roumiantzeff, M.; Bornarel, P.
Institut de la Fièvre Aphteuse, Lyon.,
Revue de Medicine Veterinaire, 1965, 116, pp 609-615

The method, for monovalent vaccines, consists in: vaccinating cattle with varying doses; administering challenge dose-criterion of protection being absence of secondary foot lesions up to 5 days after challenge; and estimation of the D50, by Litchfield's method. Thus, the efficacy of a vaccine can...

Terré, J.; Bornarel, P.; Stellmann, C.; Soulebot, J.
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1965, 141, pp 1109-1130