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Results of serological tests and morphological examination of blood from calves born of cows infected with bovine leukosis virus, and with lymphoid leukosis

Results of serological tests and morphological examination of blood from calves born of cows infected with bovine leukosis virus, and with lymphoid leukosis

Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (11): 32-38

Observation of 87 leukotic cows for five years showed that the percentage of calves infected congenitally ranged from 14 to 33%. Such calves were a risk to uninfected calves when they were housed in the same pen. Colostral antibody was capable of protecting newborn calves for 7-9 months. The incubation period for infection acquired after birth ranged from 4 to 18 months.

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