Correction: Gentamicin-Attenuated Leishmania infantum Vaccine: Protection of Dogs against Canine Visceral Leishmaniosis in Endemic Area of Southeast of Iran

@inproceedings{Daneshvar2015CorrectionGL,
  title={Correction: Gentamicin-Attenuated Leishmania infantum Vaccine: Protection of Dogs against Canine Visceral Leishmaniosis in Endemic Area of Southeast of Iran},
  author={H Khavari Daneshvar and Mohammad Javad Namazi and Hossein Kamiabi and Richard J. Burchmore and Sarah Cleaveland and Stephen P. Phillips},
  booktitle={PLoS neglected tropical diseases},
  year={2015}
}
An attenuated line of Leishmania infantum (L. infantum H-line) has been established by culturing promastigotes in vitro under gentamicin pressure. A vaccine trial was conducted using 103 naive dogs from a leishmaniosis non-endemic area (55 vaccinated and 48 unvaccinated) brought into an endemic area of southeast Iran. No local and/or general indications of disease were observed in the vaccinated dogs immediately after vaccination. The efficacy of the vaccine was evaluated after 24 months (4… CONTINUE READING

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