Dose-dependent responses of sheep inoculated intranasally with a type O foot-and-mouth disease virus.

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Unlike foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in cattle and pigs, which spreads rapidly, resulting in easily detectable foci of clinical infection, the disease in sheep is characterized by restricted transmission, low morbidity and sporadic clinical cases. The study described was designed to investigate whether the ability of sheep to transmit and maintain FMD virus… (More)

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@article{Hughes2002DosedependentRO, title={Dose-dependent responses of sheep inoculated intranasally with a type O foot-and-mouth disease virus.}, author={Gregory Hughes and Richard Paul Kitching and M. E. J. Woolhouse}, journal={Journal of comparative pathology}, year={2002}, volume={127 1}, pages={22-9} }