Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances

Year: 2007
Volume: 6
Issue: 3
Page No. 323 - 327

Histopathological Changes in Skin and Lymph Nodes of Sheep Following Vaccination with Anthrax, Capripox and Combined and Anthrax and Capripox Vaccines

Authors : Abbas Mohamed Ahmed , A.M. Zakia , M.M. Mukhtar and A.M. El-Hussein

Abstract: Skin sections of sheep inoculated with live spores anthrax vaccine revealed edema, intense effusion of mononuclear cells and proliferation fibroblast in the dermis and subcutaneous tissues, whereas sections of skin of those inoculated with capripox vaccine showed hyperplasia and hydrophopic degeneration of epidermal epithelium and instance infilteration of cellular exudates in dermis and subcutaneous tissues. However, the lesions presented by the combined vaccine included the fore mentioned lesions.

How to cite this article:

Abbas Mohamed Ahmed , A.M. Zakia , M.M. Mukhtar and A.M. El-Hussein , 2007. Histopathological Changes in Skin and Lymph Nodes of Sheep Following Vaccination with Anthrax, Capripox and Combined and Anthrax and Capripox Vaccines . Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 6: 323-327.

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