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Vaccination of Mice and Cattle with Plasmid DNA Encoding the Mycobacterium bovis Antigen MPB83
Clinical Infectious Diseases
A scientific review of bovine tuberculosis in Great Britain has concluded that the development of a cattle vaccine holds the best prospect for long-term disease control. Recent reports of successful DNA vaccination against Mycobacterium tuberculosis in small animal models have raised the possibility of using a similar strategy to produce vaccines against Mycobacterium bovis infection in cattle. To test this possibility, BALB/c mice were immunized with DNA encoding the M. bovis antigen MPB83.doi:10.1086/313875 pmid:10875801 fatcat:rycgqhuzybdsvbclqufcqwspj4