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Vesicular stomatitis in swine pathogenicity of an epizootic bovine strain versus an enzootic swine strain


, : Vesicular stomatitis in swine pathogenicity of an epizootic bovine strain versus an enzootic swine strain. Proceedings of the United States Animal Health Association 87: 543-549

Three pigs were inoculated dermally with a bovine isolate of New Jersey vesiculovirus from western USA (Durango/1982), and two pigs with an isolate from feral pigs in Georgia (Ossabaw/1983).


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