Genetic selection for resistance to mycoplasmal pneumonia of swine (MPS) in the Landrace line influences the expression of soluble factors in blood after MPS vaccine sensitization.

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We recently developed a Landrace line that is resistant to mycoplasmal pneumonia of swine (MPS) infection by genetic selection for five generations, and we reported that the immunophenotype of this line is different from that of the non-selected line in terms of changes in peripheral blood leukocyte population after MPS vaccination. This study followed up… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/asj.12158

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@article{Shimazu2014GeneticSF, title={Genetic selection for resistance to mycoplasmal pneumonia of swine (MPS) in the Landrace line influences the expression of soluble factors in blood after MPS vaccine sensitization.}, author={Tomoyuki Shimazu and Liushiqi Borjigin and Yuki Katayama and Meihua Li and Takumi Satoh and Kouichi Watanabe and Haruki Kitazawa and Sang-gun Roh and Hisashi Aso and Katoh Kazuo and Yoshihito Suda and Akiko Sakuma and Mituru Nakajo and Keiichi Suzuki}, journal={Animal science journal = Nihon chikusan Gakkaiho}, year={2014}, volume={85 4}, pages={365-73} }