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skin samples by use of various diagnostic assays, veterinarians and producers should be confident that positive test results for BVDV in skin samples are unlikely to be caused by the vaccine virus after administration of a modified-live virus vaccine to

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University of California-Davis Center for Equine Health. The herd had no history of PE. Prior to study commencement, the foals were evaluated for any signs of illness by a veterinarian, who performed a full physical examination, CBC, and serum biochemical

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control, 2003 . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2003 ; 222 : 156 – 161 . 10.2460/javma.2003.222.156 7. Junge RE . Preventive medicine recommendations . In: Amand W , ed. Infectious disease reviews . Media, Pa : American Association of Zoo Veterinarians

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magnitude of that serologic response remains unknown. The absolute risk reduction ranged from 11 to 20/100 calves in groups that received MH preparations and MLV vaccines concurrently. If veterinarians were to recommend protocols that included concurrent

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dose concentration. Animal health examination —All animals were examined by a veterinarian and considered healthy on day 0, prior to sample collection. Vaccination —Animals in groups 1 and 2 and the control group were vaccinated on postvaccination

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all Boer-Spanish goat crosses. These crosses have been reported by veterinarians and producers to be susceptible to contagious ecthyma, so the goats used in our study should have been susceptible to infection with the wild-type contagious ecthyma virus

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involves a combination of vaccination, identification and elimination of PI cattle, and biosecurity measures. Vaccination is heavily relied on by veterinarians and producers to prevent fetal infections with BVDV. In experimental challenge studies, 9

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immunity after third vaccination, further supporting the recommended vaccination schedule. On the basis of the results of our study and those of Edlund Toulemonde et al, 18 the modified-live rCP-EIV vaccines a,b will provide veterinarians with a powerful

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. Fetal loss occurs more often after administration of a modified-live virus vaccine rather than a vaccine product containing killed viral antigens. 12 Because of the potential for fetal loss, many veterinarians have advised producers to cease vaccinating

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were analyzed as a separate group. Skin test —A delayed-type hypersensitivity test was conducted on all 45 cattle by an experienced veterinarian (RLR). Testing involved ID injection of MAP-PPD in the cervical region of each animal. Thickness of the

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