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Experimental inoculation of calves with IBR virus. Elimination routes



Experimental inoculation of calves with IBR virus. Elimination routes



Revista Cubana de Ciencias Veterinarias 14(3): 187-193



Two ml of IBR virus (107 TCID50/ml) was given by the intranasal and intratracheal routes to six 10-day-old calves with and six 10-day-old calves without passive haemagglutinating antibody to the virus. The calves without antibody developed fever and nasal discharge and yielded the virus from the discharge between days 9 and 18 after infection and from buccal secretion between days 6 and 15. Faeces were negative. Serum antibody appeared from day 6, peaked on day 18 and declined from day 42.

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