Nining Hartaningsih

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The agent causing Jembrana disease, an enzootic disease of Bos javanicus (Bali cattle) occurring in Bali, Indonesia, was shown to occur at high titres in the blood of animals during the febrile(More)
Jembrana disease virus (JDV) is an acutely pathogenic lentivirus that affects Bali cattle in Indonesia. The inability to propagate the virus in vitro has made it difficult to quantitate JDV and(More)
In Indonesia, it is suspected that there are two bovine lentiviruses circulating in the cattle population: a pathogenic Jembrana disease virus (JDV), and a nonpathogenic bovine immunodeficiency-like(More)