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Experimental transmission of foot-and-mouth disease among Indian buffalo and from buffalo to cattle


Experimental transmission of foot-and-mouth disease among Indian buffalo and from buffalo to cattle



Journal of Comparative Pathology 9: 2 3, 81-85



ISSN/ISBN: 0021-9975

DOI: 10.1016/j.jcpa.2008.05.003

Indian buffalo and cattle were infected experimentally with a serotype O strain of foot-and-mouth disease virus of buffalo origin. Whereas intradermolingual inoculation of buffalo produced largely sub-clinical infection, inoculation in the dental pad produced vesicles in the mouth and on the feet. A buffalo infected via the dental pad transmitted infection to cattle and buffalo by direct contact with them for 24 h.

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