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Chemical evaluation of the quality of meat originating from pigs vaccinated with experimental bivalent vaccine against colidiarrhoea and colienterotoxemia


Cvrtila Fleck, Željka; Večkovec, Ana Marija; Špoljarić, Daniel; Mršić, Gordan; Srčec, Siniša; Špiranec, Katarina; Mihelić, Damir; Njari, Bela; Kozačinski, Lidija; Popović, Maja
Chemical evaluation of the quality of meat originating from pigs vaccinated with experimental bivalent vaccine against colidiarrhoea and colienterotoxemia // Meso : prvi hrvatski časopis o mesu, 16 (2014), 1; 71-74 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Chemical evaluation of the quality of meat originating from pigs vaccinated with experimental bivalent vaccine against colidiarrhoea and colienterotoxemia

Autori
Cvrtila Fleck, Željka ; Večkovec, Ana Marija ; Špoljarić, Daniel ; Mršić, Gordan ; Srčec, Siniša ; Špiranec, Katarina ; Mihelić, Damir ; Njari, Bela ; Kozačinski, Lidija ; Popović, Maja

Izvornik
Meso : prvi hrvatski časopis o mesu (1332-0025) 16 (2014), 1; 71-74

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Pigs; experimental non-ETEC vaccine; meat quality

Sažetak
In intensive pig production, large and stubborn problems are losses among suckling, especially in weaned piglets caused by infection of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC), usually F4ac+ and / or F18ac+ strains. The research within the project 053-0532265-2255 was established satisfactory imunoprophylactic effect of experimental oral F4ac+ and / or F18ac+ non-ETEC vaccine against colidiarrhoea and colienterotoxemia in weaned piglets. However, orally applied bivalent vaccine (containing two strains of E. coli / F4ac+ non ETEC strain 2407 and F18ac+ non ETEC strain 2143) affects changing of chemical composition of meat in vaccinated animals.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Veterinarska medicina

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  • Zoological Record
  • Global Health
  • SCOPUS
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