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Experimental infection of Culicoides brevitarsis from south-east Queensland with three serotypes of bluetongue virus



Experimental infection of Culicoides brevitarsis from south-east Queensland with three serotypes of bluetongue virus



Australian Journal of Biological Sciences 38(1): 73-77



Over 80 000 laboratory-reared adults of Culicoides brevitarsis from south-eastern Queensland were fed on sheep that had been infected experimentally with bluetongue virus serotype 1 (CSIRO 156), serotype 20 (CSIRO 19) or serotype 21 (CSIRO 154) or on cattle experimentally infected with serotype 20 (CSIRO 19). The average percentage feeding was 54 on sheep and 47 on cattle.

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