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Live-virus PE vaccine limitations: Dangers, advantages of new product against pneumoencephalitis

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A. S. Rosenwald, Agricultural Extension Service

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California Agriculture 2(12):6-14.

Published December 01, 1948

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Abstract

Vaccinating against pneumoencephali-tis—Newcastle disease, pneumo, PE—with the live-virus vaccines has been erroneously greeted as the final answer in the control of this disease. These live-virus vaccines are stop-gap measures. Little thought has been given to the many pitfalls and dangers of these products.

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Published evidence and papers presented at various meetings have been drawn on freely in preparing this report.

Live-virus PE vaccine limitations: Dangers, advantages of new product against pneumoencephalitis

A. S. Rosenwald
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Live-virus PE vaccine limitations: Dangers, advantages of new product against pneumoencephalitis

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Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

A. S. Rosenwald, Agricultural Extension Service

Publication Information

California Agriculture 2(12):6-14.

Published December 01, 1948

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Vaccinating against pneumoencephali-tis—Newcastle disease, pneumo, PE—with the live-virus vaccines has been erroneously greeted as the final answer in the control of this disease. These live-virus vaccines are stop-gap measures. Little thought has been given to the many pitfalls and dangers of these products.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Published evidence and papers presented at various meetings have been drawn on freely in preparing this report.


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