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Serologic examination of aborted ovine and bovine fetal fluids for the diagnosis of border disease, bluetongue, bovine viral diarrhea, and leptospiral infections

Serologic examination of aborted ovine and bovine fetal fluids for the diagnosis of border disease, bluetongue, bovine viral diarrhea, and leptospiral infections

Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 1(2): 132-138

Fetal serum from most of 994 bovine and 553 ovine aborted fetuses was tested serologically for antibodies to border disease (BD), bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD), and bluetongue (BT) viruses, and to Leptospira sp., and the results of isolation procedures, fluorescent antibody tests (FAT) and histological examinations of the same fetuses. Antibodies to BT virus were not found in any of the bovine and ovine fetuses.

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PMID: 2562192

DOI: 10.1177/104063878900100208

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