Pathogenesis and epidemiology of border disease.

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The pathogenesis of BD virus infection of sheep is reviewed briefly. The most serious consequences occur when susceptible pregnant sheep are infected. The virus crosses the placenta readily and can cause foetal death with resorption, mummification or stillbirths. Other lambs survive, however, and are born with varying degrees of tremor and/or hairy fleeces… (More)

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