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Expert Rev Vaccines. 2009 Mar;8(3):347-65. doi: 10.1586/14760584.8.3.347.

Vaccination against foot-and-mouth disease virus: strategies and effectiveness.

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Institute for Animal Health, Pirbright Laboratory, Ash Road, Pirbright, Surrey, GU24 0NF, UK. satya.parida@bbsrc.ac.uk

Abstract

Although present conventional foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccines can prevent clinical disease, protection is short lived ( approximately 6 months), often requiring frequent revaccination for prophylactic control, and vaccination does not induce rapid protection against challenge or prevent the development of the carrier state. Furthermore, it is clear that the clinical protection depends upon the length of immunization and the duration of exposure/challenge methods. This review summarizes the present and future strategies for FMD control in endemic and FMD-free countries, the effectiveness of FMD vaccines in cattle, sheep and pigs, new methods for selecting vaccine strains, suggestions for alternative methods of vaccine testing, suggestions for the development of new-generation efficacious vaccines and their companion tests to differentiate infection in vaccinated animals.

PMID:
19249976
DOI:
10.1586/14760584.8.3.347
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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