Emergency vaccination of sheep against foot-and-mouth disease: significance and detection of subsequent sub-clinical infection.

@article{Parida2008EmergencyVO,
  title={Emergency vaccination of sheep against foot-and-mouth disease: significance and detection of subsequent sub-clinical infection.},
  author={Satya Parida and Lucy Fleming and Y O Oh and Mana Mahapatra and Pippa Hamblin and John Gloster and David James Paton},
  journal={Vaccine},
  year={2008},
  volume={26 27-28},
  pages={3469-79}
}
This study has quantified the level of foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) replication and shedding in vaccinated sheep and correlated this to the severity of clinical signs, the induction of antibodies against FMDV non-structural proteins (NSPs) and the transmission of virus to in-contact vaccinated sentinel sheep. To mimic an emergency vaccination regime in the field, sheep were vaccinated with O(1) Manisa vaccine and 4 or 10 days later were indirectly challenged with aerosols from O(1) UKG… CONTINUE READING

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