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completely neutralized. A titer > 1:10 was considered positive for anti-CSFV antibody. qRT-PCR assay A qRT-PCR assay was used to detect CSFV C strain copies in spleen lysates obtained from rabbits after they had been euthanized at 4 days after viral

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bacterial culture and histologic evaluation: liver, spleen, kidney, lung, pharyngeal tonsils, and lingual tonsil as well as prescapular, medial retropharyngeal, sternal, tracheobronchial, mediastinal, gastrohepatic, ileocecal, jejunal, renal, iliac, inguinal

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collected. Necropsy was performed on each fox, and samples of the duodenum, salivary glands, heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, spleen, lumbar spinal cord, and brain stem were collected. The RABV antigen was detected by use of direct fluorescent antibody testing

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were collected from the heifers on days 90, 97, 99, and 101 and analyzed for BVDV by use of virus isolation from peripheral blood mononuclear cells. 16 Samples of the brain (cerebellum), liver, lungs, and spleen were aseptically collected from each

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. Specimens were obtained from the thymus for use in virus isolation and from the liver, kidneys, and ileum for aerobic bacterial culture. Specimens obtained from the tonsils, thymus, trachea, esophagus, lungs, liver, kidneys, spleen, rumen, abomasum, duodenum

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, tracheobronchial lymph nodes, lungs, trachea, and spleen. Gross and histologic postmortem findings were unremarkable in 3 ponies in group 2; however, findings characteristic of disseminated (ie, bastard) strangles were observed in the pony that was euthanized

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