Classical Swine Fever Virus Strain 'C'. How Long is it Detectable After Oral Vaccination?

Kaden, Volker GND; Lange, Elke GND; Riebe, Roland GND; Lange, B.

Summary To determine the persistence period of C-strain vaccine virus in immunized animals, domestic pigs and wild boars were vaccinated orally and killed on different days post vaccinationem (dpv). Tissue samples were taken at necropsy from both species for detection of C-strain virus. From domestic pigs nasal swabs and faeces were also collected. During the investigation period (2-12dpv) vaccine virus could never be detected in nasal secretions and in faeces of vaccinated domestic pigs. In contrast, C-strain virus was found in organs until day 8 pv in domestic pigs and until day 9 pv in wild boars. Whereas in domestic pigs virus was detected in tonsils, Ln. mandibularis or in spleen, in wild boar it only was found in tonsils. We conclude that C-strain vaccine virus is not detectable in wild boars longer than 10-12days after intake of the vaccine baits

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Kaden, Volker / Lange, Elke / Riebe, Roland / et al: Classical Swine Fever Virus Strain 'C'. How Long is it Detectable After Oral Vaccination?. 2004.

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