Clinical efficacy of a Salmonella Dublin vaccine in dairy calves

Clinical efficacy of a Salmonella Dublin vaccine in dairy calves

Salmonella enterica serotype Dublin is an important cause of illness among dairy calves younger than 2 months of age. Infection with S. Dublin can occur when susceptible calves ingest the bacteria in milk or manure from infected animals. In addition to diarrhea, the most common manifestation of S. Dublin in calves is pneumonia.

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