geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Bluetongue virus: (1) in pregnant white-tailed deer (2) a plaque reduction neutralization test


, : Bluetongue virus: (1) in pregnant white-tailed deer (2) a plaque reduction neutralization test. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 6(4): 384-388

Six white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) were infected with bluetongue virus (the vaccine strain BT8) during the first third of gestation. One deer died of bluetongue 21 days after inoculation. Of the five surviving the infection, one had two mummified foetuses, and the others no foetuses when killed two weeks after term. Foetuses were present in two control deer and in the one which died of bluetongue.

US$19.90

PMID: 16512142

DOI: 10.7589/0090-3558-6.4.384


Other references

McLaurin, K.A.; Booze, R.M.; Mactutus, C.F., 2017: Temporal processsing demands in the HIV-1 transgenic rat: Amodal gating and implications for diagnostics. Despite the success of combination antiretroviral therapy (cART), approximately 50% of HIV-1 seropositive individuals develop HIV-1 associated neurocognitive disorders (HAND). Unfortunately, point-of-care screening tools for HAND lack sensitivity...

Masiak, M.; Olajossy, M.; Hascewicz-Rzecka, M., 1973: Use of Triperidol in the treatment of obsessive-compulsive syndromes. Psychiatria Polska 7(6): 683-684

Uribe, M.; Farca, A.; Márquez, M.A.; Garcĭa-Ramos, G.; Guevara, L., 1979: Treatment of chronic portal systemic encephalopathy with bromocriptine: a double-blind controlled trial. A randomized double-blind clinical comparison of bromocriptine, a new dopamine agonist, and placebo was performed on 7 cirrhotic patients with chronic portal systemic encephalopathy (PSE). Before given either medication, patients were stabilized w...

Fernández, L.; Amado, Aé.; Campos, P.R.A.; Ferreira, F.Fagundes., 2016: Coexistence of competing metabolic pathways in well-mixed populations. Understanding why strains with different metabolic pathways that compete for a single limiting resource coexist is a challenging issue within a theoretical perspective. Previous investigations rely on mechanisms such as group or spatial structurin...

Anonymous, 1966: Atopy not all Allergy. British Medical Journal 1(5496): 1131-1131

Chave, T.A.; Collier, P.M.; Campbell, W.B., 2000: Postoperative minocycline pigmentation. This paper describes an unusual case of florid postoperative pigmentation caused by minocycline which was not diagnosed for some 8 months, causing anxiety and distress to both patient and surgeon.

Kocarek, P.; John, V.; Hulva, P., 2014: When the body hides the ancestry: phylogeny of morphologically modified epizoic earwigs based on molecular evidence. Here, we present a study regarding the phylogenetic positions of two enigmatic earwig lineages whose unique phenotypic traits evolved in connection with ectoparasitic relationships with mammals. Extant earwigs (Dermaptera) have traditionally been...

Anonymous, 2016: ISNN Membership Application Form. Journal of Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics 9(2-4): 212-212

Fujiwara, T.; Dokou, S.; Inada, H.; Nogami, A.; Masaki, H.; Yamane, N.; Kanazawa, S.; Katsumura, T.; Matsuoka, S.; Kajiya, F., 1987: Influence of dipyridamole on coronary bypass graft flow and the phasic flow wave. Kyobu Geka. Japanese Journal of Thoracic Surgery 40(4): 291-295

Robert W.C.hak; Jiro Hamada, 1974: Primary reticulum cell sarcoma of the uterus a case report and review of the literature. Cancer 33(4): 1039-1044