Borna disease in naturally infected cattle.


Based on the immunohistochemical demonstration of viral antigen and on the histological brain lesions, Borna disease was diagnosed in a cow and a bull which had suffered from a severe, subacute progressive disorder of the central nervous system. Virus-specific antigen was characteristically localized in neurons, predominantly in the perikaryon and dendrites… (More)


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@article{Caplazi1994BornaDI, title={Borna disease in naturally infected cattle.}, author={Patrick Caplazi and Andreas S Waldvogel and Leigh Stitz and Ulrich Braun and Felix F Ehrensperger}, journal={Journal of comparative pathology}, year={1994}, volume={111 1}, pages={65-72} }