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history in the herd, 27 serum samples obtained at the time of euthanasia after derivation of gnotobiotic pigs by cesarean section 25 during the last 3 years were tested for antibodies against common pathogens of pigs by use of virus neutralization testing

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neonatal TTV DNA– negative gnotobiotic swine and to determine whether clinical signs or lesions could be attributable to TTV infection in these pigs. Materials and Methods Animals —Litters of gnotobiotic pigs were derived by cesarean section from

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infectious vulvovaginitis, abortions, and metritis after cesarean section. The worldwide distribution of BHV-1 makes it a major pathogen of cattle. 1 Because it is an alphaherpesvirus, BHV-1 remains in the nervous system after infection in cattle and can be

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assessed the sequence of infections in dual-infected gnotobiotic pigs as a critical determinant of clinically expressed disease. Materials and Methods Animals —A total of 33 gnotobiotic 38 pigs were derived by cesarean section from 5 sows. Baby pigs

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undetermined cause at < 4 weeks of age (n = 10 cats), stillborn kittens (7), small litter size (3), need for cesarean section (2), insufficient milk production (2), pyometra (1), premature birth of kittens (1), and bloody vaginal discharge (1). Five cats gave

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