Selection and use of laboratory diagnostic assays in BVD control programmes.

Abstract

Since bovine virus diarrhoea (BVD) was recognised as a unique disease complex, many different diagnostic methods have been used to detect the BVD virus (BVDV) itself, or immunity to BVDV. Of those that have evolved along with the current demands for accurate diagnostic tests, two categories are of interest for BVD control programmes. As reference assays… (More)

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@article{Sandvik2005SelectionAU, title={Selection and use of laboratory diagnostic assays in BVD control programmes.}, author={Torstein Sandvik}, journal={Preventive veterinary medicine}, year={2005}, volume={72 1-2}, pages={3-16; discussion 215-9} }