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- Yin, Lizi, et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Veterinary microbiology 2019 v.230 pp. 49-55
- Salmonella Typhimurium; adjuvants; animal welfare; antibodies; bacteria; edible vaccines; genes; immune response; immunization; inactivated vaccines; industry; interleukin-2; liver; protective effect; rabbits; recombinant vaccines; viruses
- ... Rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHD) is a highly contagious infection that has caused significant damage to the rabbit industry since 1984. Inactivated vaccines, the currently used prevention measures, are effective in controlling RHD. However, these vaccines are derived from the livers of infected rabbits, which constitutes a major concern in terms of animal welfare and safety. Administration of DNA ...
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- Veterinary microbiology 2013 v.162 no.2-4 pp. 740-749
- slaughter; specific pathogen-free animals; broiler breeders; humans; at-risk population; industry; human resources; farms; Chlamydia; risk management; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; Chlamydophila psittaci; outer membrane proteins; genotype; lungs; psittacosis; France; Belgium
- ... Sera of 30 Belgian and 10 Northern French chicken farms were tested by a Chlamydia (C.) psittaci major outer membrane protein (MOMP) based ELISA. Ninety-six percent, 93% and 90% of the Belgian broilers, broiler breeders and layers were seropositive. Ninety-one percent of the French broilers were seropositive. In addition, tissues of 5 Belgian and 5 French broiler farms were examined at slaughter. ...