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Abstract

Summary

Specific immunity against was induced by plasmid-encoded antigens not associated with virulence. Mice were immunised with viable bacteria from a virulence-plasmid-cured strain of . This antigenic stimulation generated specific protection against virulence-plasmid-harbouring strains of and , demonstrating that protection can be generated by organisms lacking plasmid-encoded virulence antigens.

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2019-10-14
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