Cell-mediated immune responses to a killed Salmonella enteritidis vaccine : lymphocyte proliferation , T-cell changes and interleukin-6 ( IL-6 ) , IL-1 , IL-2 , and IFN-g production

@inproceedings{Okamuraa2004CellmediatedIR,
  title={Cell-mediated immune responses to a killed Salmonella enteritidis vaccine : lymphocyte proliferation , T-cell changes and interleukin-6 ( IL-6 ) , IL-1 , IL-2 , and IFN-g production},
  author={M. Okamuraa and H. S. Lillehoja and R. B. Raybourneb and U. S. Babub and R. A. Heckertc},
  year={2004}
}
  • M. Okamuraa, H. S. Lillehoja, +2 authors R. A. Heckertc
  • Published 2004
Two experimental approaches were used to investigate the immunological responses of chickens to a commercial killed Salmonella enteritidis (SE) vaccine. In the first, the effects of host age on antigen-specific proliferative responses and cytokine production were examined. Compared with non-vaccinated controls, 4-wk-old vaccinated chickens showed higher proliferation to SE LPS and flagella. The lymphoproliferation responses to these antigens of 8-mo-old vaccinated chickens were not different… CONTINUE READING

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