Swine influenza virus vaccine serologic cross-reactivity to contemporary US swine H3N2 and efficacy in pigs infected with an H3N2 similar to 2011–2012 H3N2v
Article first published online: 14 NOV 2013
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Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses
Special Issue: Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Neglected Influenza Viruses, Dublin, Ireland, 7-8 March 2013. Edited by: Thomas Chambers and Ariel Pereda. Publication of this supplement was supported by isirv.
Volume 7, Issue Supplement s4, pages 32–41, December 2013
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2013) Swine influenza virus vaccine serologic cross-reactivity to contemporary US swine H3N2 and efficacy in pigs infected with an H3N2 similar to 2011–2012 H3N2v. Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses 7(Suppl. 4), 32–41.et al. (
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Table S1. Percent nucleotide identity of the hemagglutinin (HA) gene compared between H3N2 isolates used in the animal trials.
Figure S1. Phylogeny of representative and study H3N2 influenza A isolates using the hemagglutinin (HA) gene.
Figure S2. Average rectal temperature of nonvaccinated, challenged pigs (C), MDA+ -nonvaccinated, challenged pigs (MDA/C), MDA+ -vaccinated, challenged pigs (MDA/V/C), and MDA− -vaccinated, challenged pigs (V/C) before infection (0 days post infection; dpi) and after infection (1–5 dpi) with NY11 (H3N2v-like virus) at 7 weeks of age. Results of nonchallenged pigs are not included.
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