A stable oil emulsion rabies vaccine with a low viscosity was composed by a formula previously employed
for Newcastle disease vaccine. Cattle developed high and sustained antibody levels, and guinea pigs were found
to be solidly immune after a single injection of this vaccine.
Antibody responses in cattle to 2 oil emulsion ephemeral fever vaccines were not satisfactory after a single
injection, and severe local reactions were encountered when booster injections were applied.
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