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Abstract

In studies on survival of F & M disease virus in various tissues of infected animals and in route-dose experiments, 301 cattle were inoculated to detect virus. Of these, 138 became infected and had clinical signs and lesions while 163 were clinically refractory. To determine if the refractory ...

Author(s)
Cottral, G. E.; Gailiunas, P.; Seibold, H. R.; Campion, R.
Publisher
Plum Island Anim. Dis. Lab. Greenport, Long Island, N.Y.,
Citation
Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1964, 1965, pp 360-374 pp.
Abstract

Serum from 55 cattle was evaluated by an indirect fluorescent antibody technique. Serum from cattle that had lesions of F & M disease consistently gave positive reactions though the reaction did not distinguish between types of infecting virus. Serum from cattle without lesions gave negative...

Author(s)
Seibold, H. R.; Gailiunas, P.; Cottral, G. E.; Campbell, C. H.
Publisher
Washington.,
Citation
Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1962, 1963, pp 370-379 pp.
Abstract

Steers inoculated in the tongue with all seven known types of the virus were slaughtered between eight hours and 17 days later. Virus was detected in the lymph nodes of the head from the eighth hour and in the lymph nodes of the body from the twelfth hour after infection up to the 15th day, but not ...

Author(s)
Cottral, G. E.; Gailiunas, P.; Campion, R. L.
Publisher
New Mexico,
Citation
Proc. 67th Ann. Meet. U.S. Livestock Sanit. Ass., 1963, 1964, pp 463-472 pp.