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a cross-sectional study of 120 dogs for which nasal swab specimens were submitted for detection of CIV during the outbreak, 40 (33%) had positive CIV test results. No significant differences were identified between CIV-positive and CIV-negative dogs

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2015. A 7-day isolation period has been recommended for dogs infected with the related canine influenza A H3N8 virus. However, evaluation of nasal swab specimens from 16 dogs naturally infected with the H3N2 virus revealed that the interval from first

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inactivated BCoV (Mebus strain), rotavirus G6 and G10, Escherichia coli K99 bacterin, and Clostridium perfringens type C toxoid with a saponin adjuvant to enhance the immune response. Sample collection —Nasal swab specimens, fecal samples, and blood

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calves at predetermined times throughout the study period as measures of clinical status. Nasal swab specimens and blood samples were obtained from calves at predetermined times for determination of viral shedding, SN antibody titers against various

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were subsequently overrepresented. All ponies were subjected to bacteriologic culture of nasal swab specimens and PCR testing for S equi prior to enrollment in the study. Serum titers against S equi were also measured in all ponies prior to and

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potential inclusion in the study. Calves were screened for M bovis infection via mycoplasmal culture of serum samples and nasal swab specimens and for antibodies against M bovis via ELISA of serum samples. For each calf, the ventral meatus of a nostril

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(which are not easy to obtain from rats) or PCR assay of respiratory tract samples. 9 The latter procedure is typically performed on samples from nasal swabs or, more preferably, of lung tissue 1,10 to provide the diagnosis of Pneumocystis infection

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swab PCR assay for equine herpesvirus 1 and 4, equine influenza A, Streptococcus equi subsp equi , equine rhinitis A virus, and equine rhinitis B virus. Nasal swab, nasopharyngeal swab, and fecal assays for SARS-CoV-2. The high fevers observed

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studies. 15,24 Nasal swab specimens were collected from only the control calves and calves exposed to the HoBi-like virus; these specimens were collected on days −2, 3, 6, 9, 11, and 13. Results A decrease in the number of circulating WBCs was

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