Bovine viral diarrhea virus fetal persistent infection after immunization with a contaminated modified-live virus vaccine.

@article{Palomares2013BovineVD,
  title={Bovine viral diarrhea virus fetal persistent infection after immunization with a contaminated modified-live virus vaccine.},
  author={Roberto A Palomares and Shonda M Marley and M. Daniel Givens and Rodrigo A Gallardo and Kenny V. Brock},
  journal={Theriogenology},
  year={2013},
  volume={79 8},
  pages={
          1184-95
        }
}
The objective was to determine whether a multivalent modified-live virus vaccine containing noncytopathic bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) administered off-label to pregnant cattle can result in persistently infected fetuses and to assess whether vaccinal strains can be shed to unvaccinated pregnant cattle commingling with vaccinates. Nineteen BVDV-naïve pregnant heifers were randomly assigned to two groups: cattle vaccinated near Day 77 of gestation with modified-live virus vaccine… CONTINUE READING
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