Pathological changes in the lungs and mammary glands of sheep and their relationship with maedi-visna infection.

@article{Lujn1991PathologicalCI,
  title={Pathological changes in the lungs and mammary glands of sheep and their relationship with maedi-visna infection.},
  author={Luis Luj{\'a}n and Juan Francisco Garc{\'i}a Mar{\'i}n and D Fern{\'a}ndez de Luco and Astrid Vargas and Juan Jos{\'e} Badiola},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={1991},
  volume={129 3},
  pages={51-4}
}
Maedi-visna, a multisystemic disease of adult sheep, was first described in Spain in 1984. To get an idea of the seroprevalence of the disease locally and to estimate the number of seropositive animals with lesions, samples of blood, lungs and mammary glands were taken from 124 randomly selected sheep killed in the main slaughterhouse of Zaragoza. In the agar gel immunodiffusion test, 74 (59.7 per cent) of the sheep were positive and 50 were negative. Among the 74 seropositive animals, 19 (25.6… CONTINUE READING
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