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Thursday, April 26, 2012 9:37:50 PM
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Vaccination of influenza a virus decreases transmission rates in pigs


Anna Romagosa, Matt Allerson, Marie Gramer, Han Soo Joo, John Deen, Susan Detmer and Montserrat Torremorell

 
 

Limited information is available on the transmission and spread of influenza virus in pig populations with differing immune statuses. In this study we assessed differences in transmission patterns and quantified the spread of a triple reassortant H1N1 influenza virus in naïve and vaccinated pig populations by estimating the reproduction ratio (R) of infection (i.e. the number of secondary infections caused by an infectious individual) using a deterministic Susceptible-Infectious-Recovered (SIR) model, fitted on experimental data.

 


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Article made possible through the contribution of Anna Romagosa, Matt Allerson, Marie Gramer, Han Soo Joo, John Deen, Susan Detmer, Montserrat Torremorell and BioMed Central.

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