The efficacy of colostrum from cows vaccinated with rotavirus in protecting calves to experimentally induced rotavirus infection.

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Calves which were continuously fed colostrum from vaccinated cows for the first ten days of life, were fully refractory to experimental infection with strain 81/36 F of bovine rotavirus. By contrast, the response to virus exposure of calves which were treated with normal colostrum was identical to that of the control calves, in that they underwent severe… (More)

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@article{Castrucci1984TheEO, title={The efficacy of colostrum from cows vaccinated with rotavirus in protecting calves to experimentally induced rotavirus infection.}, author={Gioacchino Castrucci and Ferdinando Frigeri and M Ferrari and V. Cilli and Felipe Caleffi and Valeria Aldrovandi and Arrigo Daniele Nigrelli}, journal={Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases}, year={1984}, volume={7 1}, pages={11-8} }