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Fowlpox virus as a recombinant vaccine vector for use in mammals and poultry.

Abstract:

Live vaccines against fowlpox virus, which causes moderate pathology in poultry and is the type species of the Avipoxvirus genus, were developed in the 1920s. Development of recombinant fowlpox virus vector vaccines began in the 1980s, for use not only in poultry, but also in mammals including humans. In common with other avipoxviruses, such as canarypox virus, fowlpox virus enters mammalian cells and expresses proteins, but replicates abortively. The use of fowlpox virus as a safe vehicle fo...

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10.1586/14760584.4.1.63

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Journal:
Expert review of vaccines
Volume:
4
Issue:
1
Pages:
63-76
Publication date:
2005-02-05
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EISSN:
1744-8395
ISSN:
1476-0584
URN:
uuid:d84ca9df-1902-4e5f-ab42-2c3d4f4f45bc
Source identifiers:
247740
Local pid:
pubs:247740

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