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from all gilts and at necropsy from all gilts, neonates, and fetuses. Pigs that had a positive reaction on ≥ 1 of the 3 serologic assays were considered seroreactors. PBMC proliferation assays —Blood samples (45 mL) were collected into acid

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associated with a modified-live infectious bovine rhinotracheitis/parainfluenza-2 vaccine administered to neonatal calves . Can Vet J 1993 ; 5 : 223 – 228 . 24. Burton JL , Burnside EB , Kennedy BW , et al. Antibody responses to human

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against infection with contagious ecthyma virus. 26 Differences clearly exist between neonates and adults in humoral and cell-mediated immune responses, although most studies 27,28 have examined immune functions in mice and humans. However, T cells are

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Salmonella organisms are an important cause of disease in humans and other animals. In dairy cattle, a variety of diseases has been attributed to Salmonella infections, including acute diarrhea in neonates, multi-systemic illness in adults, and

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.S0022-0302(99)75520-7 25. Schottstedt T , Muri C , Morel C , et al. Effects of feeding vitamin A and lactoferrin on epithelium of lymphoid tissues of intestine of neonatal calves . J Dairy Sci 2005 ; 88 : 1050 – 1061 . 10.3168/jds.S0022

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Escherichia coli from septicaemic neonatal foals . Vet Rec 2007 ; 161 : 716 – 718 . 10.1136/vr.161.21.716 19. Guedes RM Gebhart CJ Deen J , et al. Validation of an immunoperoxidase monolayer assay as a serologic test for porcine proliferative

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.molimm.2007.06.158 26. Sheoran AS Timoney JF Holmes MA , et al. Immunoglobulin isotypes in sera and nasal mucosal secretions and their neonatal transfer and distribution in horses . Am J Vet Res 2000 ; 61 : 1099 – 1105 . 10.2460/ajvr.2000

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