USDA scientists are studying two approaches — one using a virus linked to the common cold and the other using T cells — to get past maternal defenses that thwart vaccination of very young livestock. The studies attempt to bypass maternal-antibody protection by delivering the vaccines by way of a viral vector and by stimulating the cellular branch of the immune system.
Boosting vaccine effectiveness for newborn calves
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