autogenous vaccine


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autogenous vaccine

[ȯ′täj·ə·nəs ‚vak′sēn]
(immunology)
A vaccine prepared from a culture of microorganisms taken directly from the infected person.
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The size and shape of warts before and after administration of autogenous vaccine prepared from bovine wart lesions in sterile glycerine solution were compared and clinical alterations were ascertained based on diminution in size, gradual desiccation, separation from under lying dermal base or regression and complete clinical cure based on full regression or complete shedding of warts or complete recovery.
2007), who described the efficacy of autogenous vaccine to be 80-85 percent against CWTs.
In the present study, rapid regression of warts in group 2 animals suggested that auto-hemotherapy is helpful by augmenting the effects of autogenous vaccine.
Severe bovine papillomatosis: detection of bovine papillomavirus in tumor tissue and efficacy of treatment using autogenous vaccine and parammunity inducer.
However, a few papillomas from each animal were surgically removed in order to confirm the diagnosis by histopathology and for the preparation of an autogenous vaccine.
Autogenous vaccine preparing and treatment of animals
Autogenous vaccine was administered @ 5 ml, subcutaneously and was revaccinated at 7 day intervals for four weeks.
Age of animals Measures of control and prevention Piglets Autogenous vaccines, oral vaccine, oral immunization with immunoglobulin (IgY), plasma protein powder, prophylactic antibiotics, or selection of animals that lack genes encoding the fimbrial receptors Gilts Adequate temperature control, active and passive immunization, or vaccination with bacterins or recombinant protein (2 doses) four and two weeks before delivery Sows Adequate temperature control, active and passive immunization, vaccination with bacterins or recombinant protein (1 dose) two weeks before delivery Table 3--Vaccination programs according to each manufacturer.
Emergency autogenous vaccines can be manufactured by licensed laboratories and although efficacy cannot be guaranteed similar vaccines have been used previously giving significant protection.