Natural bovine lentiviral type 1 infection in Holstein dairy cattle. I. Clinical, serological, and pathological observations.

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Clinical, serological, and pathological abnormalities observed in Holstein cows naturally infected with bovine lentivirus 1 bovine immunodeficiency virus (BIV) and other infections were progressive and most commonly associated with weight loss, lymphoid system deficiency, and behavioral changes. Clinical evidence of meningoencephalitis was dullness, stupor… (More)

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@article{Snider2003NaturalBL, title={Natural bovine lentiviral type 1 infection in Holstein dairy cattle. I. Clinical, serological, and pathological observations.}, author={Timothy Snider and Phillip G Hoyt and Karen S Coats and Kerry Graves and Carlton R. Cooper and Ralph W Storts and Donald Gene Luther and Bruno Jenny}, journal={Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases}, year={2003}, volume={26 2}, pages={89-101} }