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Pathogenesis and clinical aspects of Aujeszky's disease in cattle after experimental infection through the respiratory, digestive and reproductive tracts and skin



Pathogenesis and clinical aspects of Aujeszky's disease in cattle after experimental infection through the respiratory, digestive and reproductive tracts and skin



Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, B 32(4): 287-305



In experimentally infected cattle the spread of the virus in the body and the ensuing clinical picture were determined by the portal of entry. Virus given by the respiratory tract was found above all in the nervous tissue of the head and in the spinal cord to the level of the 7th cervical vertebra.

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