killed vaccine


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killed vaccine

[′kild vak′sēn]
(immunology)
A suspension of killed microorganisms used as antigens to produce immunity. Also known as inactivated vaccine.
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When we used AI killed vaccine an interesting finding was recorded that it produced 60% cross protection against ND, even the group was not vaccinated with ND killed vaccine but challenged with vvNDV field isolate, shows that for somehow there was some association in protecting these two viruses in the field.
Combination of live and killed vaccine may be a solution to control the disease (Folitseet al.
10) This killed vaccine was fully licensed in 2003, when it was determined to be both safe and efficacious for use in horses.
None of the animals that received the killed vaccine appeared clinically ill or died after challenge with the wild-type WNV.
001) correlation between antibodies titre against Newcastle Disease versus age of the flock in group immunized with killed vaccine and significant (Pless than 0.
The scientists also developed a killed vaccine for Streptococcus agalactiae, a similar bacterium.
A killed vaccine for vaccination against 9 Clostridial
Moreover, killed vaccine did not interfere the maternally derived anti-MG ELISA antibody titers.
Modified, live and killed vaccines have been available for more than 50 years, yet the incidence of BVDV-induced disease remains significant, confirming a need for improved vaccines.
Availability of a cell line of intestinal origin that supports PEDV replication may be of value for studying mechanisms of virus-cell interactions and for developing live attenuated and killed vaccines.

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