failure to detect bovine viral diarrhea virus in necropsied farm-raised white-tailed deer (odocoileus virginianus) in pennsylvania.between january 1 and december 31, 2005 gross and histologic examinations were performed on carcasses of 61 farm-raised white-tailed deer originating from pennsylvania. single-tube real-time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (real-time rt-pcr) for the detection of bovine viral diarrhea virus type 1 (bvdv-1) and type 2 (bvdv-2) was performed on each animal. virus isolation was performed on tissue samples from 25 of 61 animals. immunohistochemical (ihc) staining of ear-notch skin to ...200717459862
prevalence and spatial distribution of antibodies to bovine viral diarrhea virus and coxiella burnetii in white-tailed deer (odocoileus virginianus) in new york and pennsylvania.significant pathogens of domestic livestock and public-health related pathogens, such as bovine viral diarrhea virus (bvdv) and coxiella burnetii, are commonly diagnosed in some wildlife species. bvdv is an economically important pathogen of domestic bovids and coxiella burnetii is a highly infectious zoonotic bacterium. as a result of recent shifting patterns of disease, it is critical that baseline information regarding the status of both significant pathogens of domestic livestock and public- ...201223082509
cerebellar degeneration in dairy calves: clinical, pathologic, and serologic features of an epizootic caused by bovine viral diarrhea virus.three of nine dairy calves born in the spring/summer wee severely ataxic at birth. necropsy of the 3 affected calves revealed severe cerebellar degeneration (hypoplasia). clinical signs were inapparent in the adult cows. serum neutralization titers of the cows and calves indicated high bovine viral diarrhea titers.19836311781
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