Increased protection against bovine tuberculosis in the brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula) when BCG is administered with killed Mycobacterium vaccae

Setting: The Australian brushtail possum is the major wildlife reservoir for Mycobacterium bovis infection in New Zealand. Development of an effective tuberculosis vaccine for possums will reduce the spread of infection to cattle and farmed deer. Objectiv

Author M. A. Skinner, D. L. Keen, N. A. Parlane, G. F. Yates and B. M. Buddle
Year 2002
Secondary title Tuberculosis
Volume 82
Number 1
Pages 15-22