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Neutralising antibody responses in cattle and sheep following booster vaccination with two commercial inactivated bluetongue virus serotype 8 vaccines

Neutralising antibody responses in cattle and sheep following booster vaccination with two commercial inactivated bluetongue virus serotype 8 vaccines
Neutralising antibody responses in cattle and sheep following booster vaccination with two commercial inactivated bluetongue virus serotype 8 vaccines
Cattle and sheep that had received a primary course of vaccination with an inactivated bluetongue virus serotype 8 (BTV-8) vaccine were booster vaccinated 6 or 12 months later with the homologous vaccine or an alternative inactivated BTV-8 vaccine and neutralising antibody responses were determined. Antibody titres to the alternative vaccine were significantly higher than to the homologous vaccine (P = 0.013) in cattle. There was no significant difference between the antibody responses to alternative and homologous vaccines in sheep. These data indicate that cattle and sheep primed with one inactivated BTV-8 vaccine may be effectively boosted with an alternative commercial inactivated BTV-8 vaccin
1090-0233
193-196
Bartram, D.J.
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Heasman, L.
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Batten, C.A.
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Oura, C.A.
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Plana-Duran, J.
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Yuen, H.M.
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Wylie, A.D.M.
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Bartram, D.J.
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Plana-Duran, J.
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Yuen, H.M.
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Bartram, D.J., Heasman, L., Batten, C.A., Oura, C.A., Plana-Duran, J., Yuen, H.M. and Wylie, A.D.M. (2011) Neutralising antibody responses in cattle and sheep following booster vaccination with two commercial inactivated bluetongue virus serotype 8 vaccines. The Veterinary Journal, 188 (2), 193-196. (doi:10.1016/j.tvjl.2010.04.001). (PMID:20466568)

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Cattle and sheep that had received a primary course of vaccination with an inactivated bluetongue virus serotype 8 (BTV-8) vaccine were booster vaccinated 6 or 12 months later with the homologous vaccine or an alternative inactivated BTV-8 vaccine and neutralising antibody responses were determined. Antibody titres to the alternative vaccine were significantly higher than to the homologous vaccine (P = 0.013) in cattle. There was no significant difference between the antibody responses to alternative and homologous vaccines in sheep. These data indicate that cattle and sheep primed with one inactivated BTV-8 vaccine may be effectively boosted with an alternative commercial inactivated BTV-8 vaccin

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Published date: May 2011
Organisations: Primary Care & Population Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 366165
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/366165
ISSN: 1090-0233
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