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Experimental infection of red deer (Cervus elaphus) and cattle with a herpesvirus isolated from red deer

Experimental infection of red deer (Cervus elaphus) and cattle with a herpesvirus isolated from red deer

Veterinary Record 118(6): 156-158

Nucleotide analysis of a herpesvirus isolated from an outbreak of ocular disease in red deer by Inglis et al. (Vet. Rec. (1983) 113, 182) indicated that it was distinct from IBR IPV virus. The designation herpesvirus of cervidae type 1 (HVC-1) is proposed. A serological survey in British deer indicated that 29% had experienced infection and that the virus was widespread in Scotland and England.

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