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Infection with Bovine Viral Diarrhea Viruses (BVDV) in cattle results in a wide range of clinical manifestations, ranging from mild respiratory disease to fetal death and mucosal disease, depending on the virulence of the virus and the immune and reproductive status of the host. In this study 30...

Author(s)
Pecora, A.; Malacari, D. A.; Ridpath, J. F.; Perez Aguirreburualde, M. S.; Combessies, G.; Odeón, A. C.; Romera, S. A.; Golemba, M. D.; Wigdorovitz, A.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 2014, 96, 1, pp 204-212
Abstract

The following sources of F & M virus type A-119 were used: virus passaged 150 times in calf kidney cell cultures (A) and its large and small plaque variants (B and C, respectively); virus from infectious bovine tongue epithelium passaged seven times in calf kidney cells (D); virus obtained from ...

Author(s)
Cowan, K. M.
Citation
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1969, 129, pp 333-350
Abstract

Foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) gives two precipitin bands with agar gel diffusion techniques. One band is attributed to 23 mµ infectious particles, the other to 7 mµ, protein subunits. A third antigenic material produced upon infection with FMDV is described here. Infectious baby hamster...

Author(s)
Cowan, K. M.; Graves, J. H.
Citation
Federation Proceedings. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 1966, 25, pp 615
Abstract

The test was carried out in 1% Difco agar or 1% ordinary agar containing 0.003% methyl orange and 0.25% phenol; 18 ml agar was poured on a horizontally fixed glass plate 9 × 12 cm divided into 3 equal fields. The peripheral wells, 3-5 mm diam., were 5-10 mm from the central well containing antigen. ...

Author(s)
Onufriev, V. P.; Kravets, I. K.; Shvetsov, Yu. F.; Prostyakov, A. P.; Luboshnikov, A. G.; Dudnikov, A. I.
Citation
Voprosy vet. Virus, 1966, 2, pp 129-134
Abstract

Poliovirus-neutralizing substances (VNS) were found in the majority of adult cattle sera (most commonly against type-2 poliovirus and least commonly against type-3 virus). The VNS developed in the majority of calves between 6 and 16 months; their development was irregular, but the older the animal...

Author(s)
McFerran, J. B.
Citation
Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, 1962, 83, pp 73-82
Abstract

Virus grown on pig kidney cells produced immunity which was inferior to that engendered by virus from cattle. There was no correlation between infectivity and immunizing capacity. Saponin was a better adjuvant than aluminium hydroxide. Virus inactivated by ultraviolet light was as antigenic as that ...

Author(s)
Rivenson, S.; Segura, M.
Publisher
Ganad,
Citation
Rev. Invest., 1963, 17, pp 189-206 pp.
Abstract

Poliovirus-neutralizing substances (VNS) were found in the majority of adult cattle sera (most commonly against type-2 poliovirus and least commonly against type-3 virus). The VNS developed in the majority of calves between 6 and 16 months; their development was irregular, but the older the animal...

Author(s)
McFerran, J. B.
Citation
Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, 1962, 83, pp 83-88
Abstract

A modified direct complement fixation method for the detection of antibodies in heat-inactivated sera is described. The addition of fresh unheated bovine serum to the diluted guineapig complement constitutes the only modification: in its absence no fixation of complement is observed. The normal...

Author(s)
Boulanger, P.; Bannister, G. L.
Citation
Journal of Immunology, 1960, 85, pp 368-374
Abstract

Hanks' medium without serum was preferred for growing the virus for use in inactivated virus vaccine. G.pigs given vaccine prepared from virus grown with 2% bovine serum had half the neutralizing antibody response of those vaccinated with serum-free vaccines. Virus infectivity is an inaccurate...

Author(s)
Graves, J. H.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1963, 24, pp 183-186
Abstract

All human sera tested delayed the cytopathic effect of enteric bovine isolates. Absorption of pooled sera with one isolate reduced the titre equally for this virus and 3 antigenically unrelated isolates. The inhibitor was also found in g.pig, horse, and dog sera, but its properties in these sera...

Author(s)
Evans, G. L.
Publisher
Temple Univ.,
Citation
Properties of a nonspecific neutralizing substance for bovine viruses in human and rabbit sera., 1962, pp 70 pp.

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