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Correction: A Prime-Boost Vaccination Strategy in Cattle to Prevent Foot-and-Mouth Disease Using a "Single-Cycle" Alphavirus Vector and Empty Capsid Particles

  • Maria Gullberg,
  • Louise Lohse,
  • Anette Bøtner,
  • Gerald M. McInerney,
  • Alison Burman,
  • Terry Jackson,
  • Charlotta Polacek,
  • Graham J. Belsham

Correction: A Prime-Boost Vaccination Strategy in Cattle to Prevent Foot-and-Mouth Disease Using a "Single-Cycle" Alphavirus Vector and Empty Capsid Particles

  • Maria Gullberg, 
  • Louise Lohse, 
  • Anette Bøtner, 
  • Gerald M. McInerney, 
  • Alison Burman, 
  • Terry Jackson, 
  • Charlotta Polacek, 
  • Graham J. Belsham
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There is an error in Table 1. The values in the last two rows for Animals C7 and C8 in Group 3 were incorrectly omitted. The authors have provided a corrected version here.

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Table 1. Reciprocal titres of anti-FMDV antibodies (serotype O) in sera from unvaccinated and rSFV-FMDV vaccinated calves in experiment 1.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0173327.t001

Calves C3 to C8 were vaccinated with the indicated rSFV-FMDV on PVD 0 and then challenged with FMDV by needle inoculation on PVD 21. To determine the titre, sera collected from calves on PVD 14, 21, 27 and 30 were assayed in the ELISA using 2-fold dilutions starting at 1:5.—indicates negative.

Reference

  1. 1. Gullberg M, Lohse L, Bøtner A, McInerney GM, Burman A, Jackson T, et al. (2016) A Prime-Boost Vaccination Strategy in Cattle to Prevent Foot-and-Mouth Disease Using a “Single-Cycle” Alphavirus Vector and Empty Capsid Particles. PLoS ONE 11(6): e0157435. pmid:27294397