THE INFLUENCE OF SOME MICROBIAL IMMUNOSUPRESIVE AGENTS ON THE EFFECTIVNESS OF IMMUNOPROPHYLAXIS PROGRAMS APPLIED IN BREEDING PIGS

Published in Scientific Works. C Series. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LVIII ISSUE 3
Written by Chiurciu Viorica, Tudoran C, Diaconu Lucia, Stoica C, Iacob I, Raduta Maria Mioara

This paper presents data obtained from investigations made in pig farms with intensive growing system and from households, the presence and distribution of immunosuppressive pathogens circulating in swine populations in Romania (PRRS, M. hyopneumoniae, Circovirus, etc.) and their immunosuppressive influence on the effectiveness of immunoprophylaxis programs, applied in pig farming. The benefit of obtaining such data is to obtain and apply some effective immunoprophylaxis methods in order to limit economic losses and increase the food quality and safety. The influence of the mentioned germs on the anti-erysipelas immune response has taken into account because this vaccination is a currently made action applied in the current technology of growing pigs. Preliminary results showed that there is some influence of studied immunosuppressive microbial agents including the association germs on the effectiveness of immunoprophylaxis programs applied in breeding pigs.

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Chiurciu V., Tudoran C, Diaconu L., Stoica C., Iacob I., Raduta M. M. 2012, THE INFLUENCE OF SOME MICROBIAL IMMUNOSUPRESIVE AGENTS ON THE EFFECTIVNESS OF IMMUNOPROPHYLAXIS PROGRAMS APPLIED IN BREEDING PIGS. Scientific Works. C Series. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LVIII ISSUE 3, PRINT ISSN 1222-5304, 34-47.


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