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Attenuated vaccines against rotavirus and coronavirus enteritis in calves



Attenuated vaccines against rotavirus and coronavirus enteritis in calves



Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki 23(10): 26-31



A vaccine prepared in Bulgaria ("RoKo-81") from local, attenuated strains of the viruses was inoculated into the udder of cows or the peritoneal cavity of calves. On severely affected farms, with 85% of calves developing viral diarrhoea, the morbidity rate fell by two-thirds after mammary immunization.

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