Cattle remain immunocompetent during the acute phase of foot-and-mouth disease virus infection

@inproceedings{Windsor2011CattleRI,
  title={Cattle remain immunocompetent during the acute phase of foot-and-mouth disease virus infection},
  author={Miriam A. Windsor and B. Veronica Carr and Bartomiej Bankowski and Debi Gibson and Elizabeth Reid and P. F. Hamblin and Simon Gubbins and Nicholas D. Juleff and Bryan Charleston},
  booktitle={Veterinary research},
  year={2011}
}
Infection of cattle with foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) results in the development of long-term protective antibody responses. In contrast, inactivated antigen vaccines fail to induce long-term protective immunity. Differences between susceptible species have also been observed during infection with FMDV, with cattle often developing persistent infections whilst pigs develop more severe symptoms and excrete higher levels of virus. This study examined the early immune response to FMDV in na… CONTINUE READING
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