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Failure to detect antibody to bovine respiratory syncytial virus in bovine fetal serum


Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research 53(1): 103-104
Failure to detect antibody to bovine respiratory syncytial virus in bovine fetal serum
Sera obtained from 147 bovine fetuses estimated to be between 120 and 270 days of gestation at an abattoir were tested for antibody to bovine respiratory syncytial virus. Antibody to bovine respiratory syncytial virus was not detected in any of the sera examined. Based on the results of this study and a review of the literature, it appears that transplacental infection by bovine respiratory syncytial virus does not occur, or is uncommon.


Accession: 001834040

PMID: 2914217



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