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The epizootiology of respiratory disease: I. A farm community oriented study of animal respiratory disease. II. Investigations of epizootic respiratory disease in horses






Diss. Abstr, 26: 4592-4593

The epizootiology of respiratory disease: I. A farm community oriented study of animal respiratory disease. II. Investigations of epizootic respiratory disease in horses

In a serological survey, 86% of 1, 807 cattle, 69% of 3, 270 sheep and 21 of 22 goats on 57 farms in S.W. Michigan were examined for Q fever, influenza, and adenovirus infections. The incidence of positive capillary agglutination tests for Q fever was much higher in cattle than sheep. C.f. tests indicated that domestic ruminants were not infected with the type A influenza strains prevalent in the human population.

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