Live flu vaccines may trigger broader response in pigs

Live flu vaccines may trigger broader response in pigs

Live attenuated influenza vaccines may have advantages for use in swine.

RECENTLY published veterinary research at Iowa State University shows that influenza vaccines administered in the upper respiratory system of pigs are more effective, in some key respects, than standard vaccine injections.

Live attenuated influenza vaccines (LAIVs), administered intranasally to swine, pro

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