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Experimental infection of a natural case of sheep pulmonary adenomatosis with maedi-visna virus

Experimental infection of a natural case of sheep pulmonary adenomatosis with maedi-visna virus

Veterinary Record 116(22): 588-589

It has been suggested that maedi-visna is more virulent and spreads more quickly in flocks which are affected by pulmonary adenomatosis. A clinical case of pulmonary adenomatosis from a flock which was serologically negative for maedi-visna was experimentally infected with maedi-visna virus.

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