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Fig. 3 | BMC Veterinary Research

Fig. 3

From: Evaluation of the recombinant proteins RlpB and VacJ as a vaccine for protection against Glaesserella parasuis in pigs

Fig. 3

IFN-γ secreting cells responding to stimulation with heat killed G. parasuis HS069 and pooled rRlpB and rVacJ. More IFN-γ secreting cells responsive to pooled rRlpB and rVacJ were seen in the subunit vaccinated animals than the control animals (p = 0.014) and bacterin vaccinated animals (p = 0.006) on day 21 (open shapes). Differences did not meet the statistical threshold on day 28 or 42. Minimal IFN-γ secreting cells were seen in the subunit vaccinated or the control animals in response to stimulation with heat killed G. parasuis HS069 (filled shapes). Bacterin vaccinated animals had significantly more IFN-γ secreting cells than subunit vaccinated or control animals at day 21 and 28 (p < 0.01)

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