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the nasal turbinates of the pig in Figure 1 . Notice the numerous large basophilic intranuclear inclusion bodies (arrows) within submucosal glands of the nasal turbinates. H&E stain; bar = 50 μm. Additional Laboratory Findings A nasal swab

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nasal passages and from abscesses in relation to diagnosis of Streptococcus equi infection (strangles) . Equine Vet J 2006 ; 38 : 59 – 63 . 12 Timoney JF Artiushin SC . Detection of Streptococcus equi in equine nasal swabs and washes by DNA

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analysis of samples of the lungs and middle ear. 3,8,9 For live animals, results of PCR assay or culture of transtracheal wash or bronchoalveolar lavage fluid samples may provide a diagnosis. Bacterial culture of nasal swab specimens has lower sensitivity

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protect animals in the study from the negative effects of prolonged restraint. Participants were given a maximum of 1 minute to collect a nasal swab sample and a maximum of 1 minute to collect a blood sample. As a consequence, a participant could identify

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from nasal swab specimens obtained from calves in 2 of the 4 herds with no history of Mycoplasma spp in milk samples. The authors of that study also used DNA analysis of mycoplasmal isolates and concluded that the means of introduction of Mycoplasma

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. Results of a real-time PCR assay of CSF were positive for S equi subsp equi , but results of an assay of a nasal swab specimen were negative. A diagnosis of meningoencephalomyelitis secondary to metastatic S equi subsp equi infection was made. The

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performed on ear notch samples, PCR assay performed on serum samples, and VI performed on serum and nasal swab specimens in a 96-well infectivity assay 14 were selected for use in the study. All PI cattle were confirmed positive for BVDV1b by sequencing of

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histologic examination. Sample collection —Deep nasal swab specimens were collected from each calf prior to vaccination, prior to the challenge, and on days 2 through 10 after challenge to determine titers of shed virus and the percentage of calves shedding

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respiratory tract disease, 4 but its prevalence, genomic characteristics, and role as a major respiratory tract pathogen in horses have only recently been investigated. 1 By use of a PCR assay, EHV-5 can be detected in nasal swab samples and peripheral blood

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arrival, total serum protein (TP) concentration was determined with a refractometer, a physical examination was performed by a veterinarian, and a nasal swab was collected and submitted for BC testing using a PCR test (Prairie Diagnostic Services

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