Field efficacy trials with sylvatic plague vaccine
These data were collected as part of a field trial to test the efficacy of a sylvatic plague vaccine. Treatment and control sites were selected randomly from the available sites at each location. Site pairs were a minimum of 20 acres, (with a few exceptions). Prairie dog trapping took place a minimum of two weeks post-baiting and trapping procedures were approved by the NWHC Animal Care and Use Committee as well as individual states as required.
|Field efficacy trials with sylvatic plague vaccine
|Katherine L Richgels, Robin E Russell, Tonie E Rocke
|USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog
|National Wildlife Health Center