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The growth and persistence of foot-and-mouth disease virus in the bovine mammary gland



The growth and persistence of foot-and-mouth disease virus in the bovine mammary gland



Journal of Hygiene 69(2): 307-321



In animals exposed to the virus by indirect contact, virus was recovered from the blood, milk, pharynx, vagina and rectum for variable periods of time before clinical disease was apparent. Virus instilled into the mammary gland multiplied rapidly and virus conc. greater than 107 p.f.u./ml were recorded within 8-32 hr, depending on the virus strain and dose inoculated. Virus multiplication was accompanied by clinical signs of mastitis but the classical signs of FMD did not appear for 52-117 hr.

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DOI: 10.2307/3861485



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