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Field study of the safety, immunogenicity, and efficacy of an inactivated equine rotavirus vaccine.
Results suggest that the equine rotavirus vaccine is safe and immunogenic and that reasonable efficacy under field conditions can be expected.
Prepartum equine rotavirus vaccination inducing strong specific IgG in mammary secretions
The aim of this study was to charac-terise rotavirus-specific antibody isotype responses in the colostrum and milk of vaccinated mares, and their transfer to the blood of foals.
Treponemycin, a nitrile antibiotic active against Treponema hyodysenteriae
- S. Singh, S. Gurusiddaiah, J. W. Whalen
- Chemistry, BiologyAntimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
- 1 February 1985
The antibiotics isolated from soil samples collected from the fields around Lewiston, Idaho showed inhibitory activity against several species of bacteria, especially Treponema hyodysenteriae, the causative agent of swine dysentery, and may have value as a swine Dysentery therapeutic.
Poliomyelitis Component in Quadruple Antigen: Controlled Clinical Study of Enhanced Response of Children
- D. Bordt, J. W. Whalen, P. A. Boyer, A. R. Pursell, Francis P. Staffieri
- Medicine, Biology
- 29 October 1960
The immunologic effects of quadruple diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis aluminum phosphate adsorbed vaccine were compared with three other vaccines alone and the antibody responses for tetanus and pertussi were essentially the same for both vaccines.
The antigenicity of multivalent vaccines for bovine respiratory disease.
Purification, characterization and antimicrobial properties of an antibiotic (wassumycin) from Streptomyces species 215.
A yellow amorphous compound, wassumycin, was isolated from an unidentified strain of Streptomyces and showed good antitumour activity against experimental mouse tumours such as L1210, P388 leukaemias, and B16 melanoma.