The clinical response of cattle experimentally infected with lumpy skin disease (Neethling) virus

@article{Carn1995TheCR,
  title={The clinical response of cattle experimentally infected with lumpy skin disease (Neethling) virus},
  author={V. M. Carn and Richard Paul Kitching},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={1995},
  volume={140},
  pages={503-513}
}
British cattle were inoculated with lumpy skin disease (Neethling) virus and their clinical signs observed over a three week period. Elevation of body temperature following infection was not found to be a consistent feature, and even in severe cases was limited to a peak temperature of 41 °C. Generalised lesions were seen 9–14 days post infection (p.i.), and the development of generalised infections did not appear to be dose related. Following intradermal inoculation lesions were detected from… CONTINUE READING

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