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Ephemeral fever virus. I. Excretion in the semen of infected bulls and attempts to infect female cattle by the intrauterine inoculation of virus. II. Experimental infection of pregnant cattle



Ephemeral fever virus. I. Excretion in the semen of infected bulls and attempts to infect female cattle by the intrauterine inoculation of virus. II. Experimental infection of pregnant cattle



Australian Veterinary Journal 50(8): 329-334; 335-337



All of 12 bulls inoculated i/v with ephemeral fever virus developed after 2-5 days hyperpyrexia, anorexia, depression, muscular twitching and shifting lameness; some became recumbent. I/v injection of their semen into cows and heifers revealed virus in the semen of only one bull, but morphological changes attributed to infection were found in semen from three of the bulls. Ten heifers given intra-uterine inoculations of semen plus virus suspension failed to develop any sign of infection.

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