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insemination of cattle with semen from a bull transiently infected with pestivirus.when 73 heifers (60 of which were seronegative to pestivirus) were inseminated with pestivirus-contaminated semen from a transiently infected bull, the conception rate to a single insemination was found to be normal (65 per cent). only three animals became systemically infected, as determined by viraemia and seroconversion. pestivirus was isolated from the reproductive tracts of two of these heifers when they were slaughtered 42 or 43 days after insemination. although the initial incidence of in ...19979042696
detection of calves persistently infected with bovine pestivirus in a sample of dairy calves in south-eastern queensland.to determine the proportion and incidence of calves persistently infected with bovine pestivirus in calves (n = 1521) supplied to the tick fever research centre and to assess the test regime to detect calves persistently infected with bovine pestivirus.19979325544
outbreak of foetal infection with bovine pestivirus in a central queensland beef herd.to describe a significant outbreak of foetal infection and subsequent losses due to bovine pestivirus on a 5200 ha beef breeding and fattening property in central queensland. description of the herd: the affected herd consisted of 656 cows, including 269 recently purchased cows, and 221 heifers that were joined in december/january 1995/96. there were approximately 2500 cattle on the property.200111712707
a seroepidemiological study of bovine pestivirus in queensland beef and dairy herds conducted in 1994/95.to describe the distribution and prevalence of cattle herds with detectable antibody to bovine pestivirus in queensland in 1994/95.200616739525
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