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Viral respiratory tract infections are one of the leading causes of training loss and are considered an important predisposing contributor to secondary bacterial infections in airways of horses. 1 Common respiratory viruses such as EIV and

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safely administered to cats. 19 The purpose of the study reported here was to determine the effects of orally administered raltegravir in cats with experimentally induced ocular and respiratory FHV-1 infection. Specifically, we sought to evaluate the

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Introduction Bovine respiratory disease complex is the most common cause of illness and death of feedlot cattle. In 2011, the National Animal Health Monitoring System reported that 16.2% of cattle on feedlots with a capacity of ≥ 1,000 head

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Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus is an enveloped, single-stranded positive-sense RNA virus belonging to the family Arteriviridae . 1 Since its emergence in the United States during the late 1980s, PRRSV has been one of the

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assigned pens. Processing consisted of recording BW of each calf; vaccination against bovine herpesvirus-1, BVDV (types 1 and 2), bovine parainfluenza-3, bovine respiratory syncytial virus, h and clostridial pathogens i ; and deworming with moxidectin. j

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greatest within shelter environments. In shelters, there is sometimes rapid turnover of large numbers of cats with variable vaccination and immune statuses and which are kept in conditions known to exacerbate shedding of some infectious respiratory

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Bovine respiratory disease is a serious health and economic problem for dairy and beef cattle industries worldwide. 1,2 This disease complex is frequently characterized by a primary viral infection in combination with stress, which suppresses the

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In bighorn sheep ( Ovis canadensis ), pasteurellosis is associated with respiratory disease, death, and decreased fecundity that can limit sheep populations. 1–5 Recent disease outbreaks in bighorn sheep during the winter of 2009 to 2010 in

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diarrhea virus N pro inhibits type I interferon by targeting interferon regulatory factor-3, which is involved in interferon regulation, for proteosomal degradation. 23,24 Increased rectal temperatures, increased respiratory rates, viremia, leukopenia

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association with abortion, diarrhea, severe respiratory tract disease, and vesicular disease. 1,2,6,9 , a Because diagnostic reagents for routine testing for this class of Vesivirus spp have not been available, vesivirus-specific diagnostic tests have not

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