Capripoxvirus tissue tropism and shedding: A quantitative study in experimentally infected sheep and goats.

@article{Bowden2008CapripoxvirusTT,
  title={Capripoxvirus tissue tropism and shedding: A quantitative study in experimentally infected sheep and goats.},
  author={Timothy R. Bowden and Shawn L Babiuk and Geoff R Parkyn and John S Copps and David Bernard Boyle},
  journal={Virology},
  year={2008},
  volume={371 2},
  pages={
          380-93
        }
}
Sheeppox virus and goatpox virus cause systemic disease in sheep and goats that is often associated with high morbidity and high mortality. To increase understanding of the pathogenesis of these diseases, we undertook quantitative time-course studies in sheep and goats following intradermal inoculation of Nigerian sheeppox virus or Indian goatpox virus in their respective homologous hosts. Viremia, determined by virus isolation and real-time PCR, cleared within 2 to 3 weeks post inoculation… CONTINUE READING

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