Immunogenicity of Clostridium septicum in guinea pigs.


Five strains of Clostridium septicum were used to prepare bacterins, bacterin-toxoids, toxoid, and combinations of bacterins or bacterin-toxoids. These preparations were tested for immunogenicity in guinea pigs vaccinated subcutaneously with 1.0 ml of product. Usually, a second vaccination was given 21 to 24 days later. The immunity of groups of vaccinated… (More)


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@article{Claus1979ImmunogenicityOC, title={Immunogenicity of Clostridium septicum in guinea pigs.}, author={Karina Claus and Dale Kolbe}, journal={American journal of veterinary research}, year={1979}, volume={40 12}, pages={1752-6} }