Bovine respiratory syncytial virus in experimentally exposed and rechallenged calves; viral shedding related to clinical signs and the potential for transmission

@inproceedings{Klem2019BovineRS,
  title={Bovine respiratory syncytial virus in experimentally exposed and rechallenged calves; viral shedding related to clinical signs and the potential for transmission},
  author={Thea Blystad Klem and Siri Kulberg Sjurseth and St{\aa}le Sviland and Britt Gjerset and Mette Myrmel and Maria Stokstad},
  booktitle={BMC Veterinary Research},
  year={2019}
}
BackgroundBovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) is an important respiratory pathogen worldwide, detrimentally affecting the economy and animal welfare. To prevent and control BRSV infection, further knowledge on virus shedding and transmission potential in individual animals is required. This study aimed to detect viral RNA and infective virions during BRSV infection to evaluate duration of the transmission period and correlation with clinical signs of disease. The outcome of BRSV re… CONTINUE READING

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