Hog cholera vaccines | definition of hog cholera vaccines by Medical dictionary
hog cholera vaccines
hog chol·er·a vac·cines
vaccines either of virus from blood of infected swine, inactivated with crystal violet, or live virus attenuated in rabbits or tissue culture and frequently used in conjunction with hog cholera virus antiserum.
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our roots go back nearly 100 years to the early hog cholera vaccines
developed by two Missouri hog farmers, who would eventually found the Anchor Serum Company (a name that would imply the company's vaccines would hold).