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Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate secondary clinical disease, milk production efficiency and reproductive performance of heifers and cows persistently infected (PI) with bovine viral diarrhea virus type 2 (BVDV type 2). PI animals (n = 25) were identified using an antigen capture ELISA of ear notch samples. They were distributed into three age groups: ≤ 12 (n = 8), 13 to 24 (n = 6) and 25 to 34 (n = 11) months old. A control group of BVDV antigen ELISA negative female cattle that were age matched to the PI… Show more

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“…This particular vaccine was commercialized and is available from Zoetis as Equip FT ® . In cattle, efficacious vaccines against bovine viral diarrhea virus also contain ISCOMs [149,150]. Altogether, ISCOMs act as an effective antigen delivery tool with strong immunostimulatory effects and fewer side effects than earlier generations of saponin compounds.…”
Section: Saponins and Immunostimulatory Complexes (Iscoms)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This Special Issue of Viruses encompasses a range of reports on various aspects of pestiviruses, including an overview of the bovine pestiviruses with an update on the current—albeit still not widely used—nomenclature of the pestiviruses [ 6 ]. The epidemiology of pestiviruses remains a subject of considerable interest, as it impinges on biosecurity, susceptibility to secondary infections, management strategies, including vaccination versus eradication, and the importance of potential wildlife reservoirs [ 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 ].…”
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