The development of Akabane virus-induced congenital abnormalities in cattle.

@article{Kirkland1988TheDO,
  title={The development of Akabane virus-induced congenital abnormalities in cattle.},
  author={Peter D Kirkland and Richard D. Barry and Patricia A. Harper and R Z Zelski},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={1988},
  volume={122 24},
  pages={
          582-6
        }
}
A prospective study of the incidence and severity of congenital deformities of calves, attributable to maternal infection by Akabane virus, was carried out on a population of 174 susceptible animals that were between one and nine months pregnant at the time of infection. The study was carried out in the Hunter Valley of New South Wales during 1983, after an epidemic of Akabane virus infection in late February to early March 1983. The incidence of virus-induced abnormalities in calves and… CONTINUE READING
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