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Erratum to: A novel octavalent combined Erysipelas, Parvo and Leptospira vaccine provides (cross) protection against infection following challenge of pigs with 9 different Leptospira interrogans serovars

The original article was published in Porcine Health Management 2015 1:16

Erratum

The tables and their references published in the original version of this article [1] were regretfully incorrectly typeset. The correct tables and table citations have been updated in the original article. The correct tables have also been published in this Erratum for quick reference.

Table 1 Average MAT titres after vaccination and challenge. Pigs were vaccinated twice (4-week interval) and challenged with different Leptospira serovar (sv) and serogroup (sg) challenge strains, 6 weeks after first vaccination. MAT titres homologous to challenge strain
Table 2 Reisolation of Leptospira from blood. Pigs were vaccinated twice (4-week interval) and challenged with different Leptospira serovar (sv) and serogroup (sg) challenge strains, 6 weeks after first vaccination. A pig was considered infected if at least once a positive blood isolation was found. n.a. = not applicable
Table 3 Reisolation of Leptospira from urine and kidney. Pigs were vaccinated twice (4-week interval) and challenged with different Leptospira serovar (sv) and serogroup (sg) challenge strains, 6 weeks after first vaccination. Urine was sampled regularly and kidney samples were collected during necropsy 4w after challenge. A pig was considered shedding if at least once a positive urine isolation was found
Table 4 Leptospira strains used for vaccine / challenge

Reference

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    Jacobs A, Harks F, Hoeijmakers M, Segers R. Porcine Health Manag. 2015;1:16.

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Correspondence to A. Jacobs.

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The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1186/s40813-015-0011-0.

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