Immunization against feline oncarnavirus disease using a killed tumor cell vaccine.

Abstract

Specific pathogen-free cats were immunized with an inactivated feline oncornavirus tumor cell vaccine. Immunized cats produced high antibody titers to the feline oncornavirus-associated cell membrane antigen and were protected from oncogenic feline sarcoma virus challenge. However, immunization did not produce virus-neutralizing antibody nor did it prevent viremia.

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@article{Olsen1976ImmunizationAF, title={Immunization against feline oncarnavirus disease using a killed tumor cell vaccine.}, author={Richard g. Olsen and Edward A. Hoover and Lawrence E. Mathes and Linda D. Heding and Joseph P. Schaller}, journal={Cancer research}, year={1976}, volume={36 10}, pages={3642-6} }