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標題: 豬瘟E2重組次單位蛋白與假性狂犬病gE缺損不活化雙價疫苗安全性與保護效力之評估
Evaluation of the Safety and Protective Efficacy of a Classical Swine Fever Recombinant E2 Subunit and Pseudorabies gE-deleted Inactivated Bivalent Vaccine
作者: 吳柏穎
Wu, Po-Ying
關鍵字: 豬瘟;CSFV;假性狂犬病;PRV
出版社: 獸醫病理生物學研究所
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摘要: 
豬瘟 (Classical Swine Fever;CSF) 及假性狂犬病 (Pseudorabies;PR) 皆為高度傳染的病毒性疾病,均對養豬產業造成極重大之經濟損失,因此防治及清除這兩個重大豬病為我國重要之防疫主軸與目標,而開發兼具安全性與高免疫保護效力之標誌疫苗 (marker vaccine) 則顯得格外迫切與重要。本試驗則進一步應用實驗室先前所構築之重組桿狀病毒表現豬瘟E2次單位重組蛋白,與gE基因缺損假性狂犬病不活化病毒開發E2PRV雙價疫苗,並評估其免疫保護效力。實驗首先分別以小鼠與兔子等動物模式來評估E2PRV雙價疫苗的安全性與對PR病毒之免疫保護效力。結果顯示E2PRV雙價疫苗分別在小鼠與兔子中均有高度之安全性,而試驗小鼠經兩次免疫後第21天,以PRV強毒株進行攻毒後,證實E2PRV雙價疫苗對致死劑量之PR病毒攻擊具有良好之保護性。進一步於兔子所進行之免疫效力試驗中,經免疫兩次後免疫組所產生對CSFV和PRV平均中和抗體力價顯著上升,再以100倍LD50 PRV強毒株攻毒後,其半致死防禦劑量 (50% protection dosage) 低於1/3免疫劑量。此外,為了比較豬隻免疫雙價疫苗與同時分別免疫各單價疫苗之效力評估,將實驗組豬隻分為三組,分別為以肌肉注射方式免疫雙價疫苗組 (E2PRV)、於不同部位同時免疫豬瘟E2次單位疫苗和假性狂犬病gE缺損不活化疫苗組 (E2+PRV)、及免疫生理食鹽水的對照組;豬隻在八、十一週齡各免疫一次,於十四週齡以PRV強毒株進行鼻腔攻毒。試驗結果顯示在PRV攻毒後,免疫組豬隻都有零星不等程度之發燒症狀但無顯著性差異,而在平均日增重上,分別免疫單價疫苗組則略優於免疫E2PRV雙價疫苗及對照組;攝食量方面,雙價疫苗組及對照組雖在攻毒後一週呈現食慾減退,但E2PRV組在攻毒後第二週食慾有逐漸恢復之情形。於呼吸道症狀的臨床評分上,免疫單價疫苗組呼吸症狀均較雙價疫苗組及對照組輕微。但所有免疫組豬隻則在第二次免疫後三週,豬隻血清抗CSFV及PRV中和抗體皆顯著性揚升,而單價疫苗免疫組在PRV攻毒後PR抗體揚升情形則較顯著。所有試驗豬隻於剖檢時雖有不等程度之病理變化,但未免疫對照組則呈現較嚴重之組織學病變。上述實驗結果顯示,豬瘟E2重組次單位蛋白與假性狂犬病gE缺損不活化雙價疫苗具有良好安全性及免疫保護效力,但在相同抗原量時,分別各免疫單價疫苗組較免疫雙價疫苗組有較佳的免疫保護效力。

Classical swine fever (CSF) and Pseudorabies (PR) both are highly contagious viral diseases of swine and can cause significant economic loss in the pig industry. The development of one efficient as well as a marker vaccine to discriminate of immunized and infected pigs is an important task to control and eradicate both of these diseases. In this trial, baculovirus expression system was utilized for expression the recombinant CSFV E2 subunit antigen and following incorporated with inactive gE deleted PRV to develop bivalent E2PRV vaccine. Both mice and rabbit animal models were applied to evaluate safety and protective efficacy of this unique bivalent E2PRV vaccine. The BALB/c mice were immunized twice with E2PRV vaccine with 21 days apart, and followed by challenging with PRV. The protection index (PI) indicated good protective immunity. In addition, the mean neutralizing antibody titers against CSFV and PRV significantly elevated from rabbits immunized with twice of bivalent vaccine. After challenging with 100×LD50 PRV TNL strain, the 50% protective dosage was less than 1/3 dose. Moreover, in order to understand the variation of protective efficacy between immunized with bivalent vaccine or applied both univalent E2 subunit and PRV vaccine immunized individually but at same time. All eight-week-old experimental pigs were vaccinated twice at intervals of 3 weeks and among them, one group were vaccinated intramuscularly with both CSFV E2 subunit vaccine and PR inactivated vaccine, another group was vaccinated with E2PRV bivalent vaccine, and a third group was vaccinated with only normal saline as control. All pigs were challenged with PRV 3weeks after the second vaccination. Clinical symptoms including body temperature and daily weight gain and pathological changes were recorded for comparison. All groups of pigs showed only mild of clinical signs of a little fluctuated of body temperature with no variation after challenge; but in the average daily weight gain, pigs immunized with both univalent vaccines were better than bivalent immunized and control groups. Although appetite had decreased slightly on bivalent vaccinated group in the first week after challenge, all pigs recovered promptly in the second week. To further evaluation the clinical signs of the respiratory system, the scores of univalent vaccinated group was also lower than bivalent and control groups. However, both groups of vaccine immunized pigs can mount good protective immunity and the mean neutralizing antibody titers of CSFV and PRV significantly elevated after twice vaccination before challenge. The control group appeared typical lesions of PRV infection with more severe histopathological changes in nervous system after challenge. The results indicated that E2PRV bivalent vaccine is safe and can elicit good protective immunity as both univalent vaccines on protective efficacy with a minimum dosage of antigen after PRV challenge.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/15345
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