Efficacy of vaccines against bacterial diseases in swine: what can we expect?

@article{Haesebrouck2004EfficacyOV,
  title={Efficacy of vaccines against bacterial diseases in swine: what can we expect?},
  author={Freddy Haesebrouck and Frank Pasmans and Koen Chiers and Dominiek Maes and Richard Ducatelle and Annemie Decostere},
  journal={Veterinary microbiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={100 3-4},
  pages={255-68}
}
This paper discusses what can be expected with regard to efficacy of antibacterial vaccines used in swine, based on the present knowledge of pathogen-host interactions. First, vaccination against bacteria that mainly cause disease by production of exotoxins is considered. Vaccines containing the inactivated toxin or a non-toxic but antigenic recombinant protein derived from the exotoxin can be expected to provide protection against disease. The degree of protection induced by such vaccines… CONTINUE READING

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