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- Bertolotti, Luigi; Muratore, Elvira; Nogarol, Chiara; Caruso, Claudio; Lucchese, Laura; Profiti, Margherita; Anfossi, Laura; Masoero, Loretta; Nardelli, Stefano; Rosati, Sergio
- BMC veterinary research 2015 v.11 no.1 pp. 300
- infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, etc ; Bovine herpesvirus 1; antibodies; antigens; blood serum; cattle; diagnostic sensitivity; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; farms; glycoproteins; goats; herds; monitoring; sheep; viruses; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Bovine herpesvirus 1 (BoHV1) is a member of the viral subfamily of Alphaherpesvirinae that infects various species, including cattle, sheep, and goats. The virus causes infectious bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR), which is included in a European list of diseases that may require control and eradication programs. The lack of confirmatory tests affects the validity of diagnostic tools, espec ...
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- Schärrer, Sara; Schwermer, Heinzpeter; Presi, Patrick; Lindberg, Ann; Zinsstag, Jakob; Reist, Martin
- Preventive veterinary medicine 2015 v.120 no.1 pp. 51-61
- infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, etc ; bluetongue; cost effectiveness; cross-sectional studies; dairy cattle; databases; epizootic diseases; farms; herds; human resources; milk; monitoring; slaughter; slaughterhouses; surveys; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Within the framework of Swiss surveillance for epizootic diseases, dairy cattle are sampled using bulk tank milk while non-dairy cattle are sampled on the farm. The latter method is costly, time-demanding and dangerous for the personnel. However, slaughterhouses could be an alternative sampling point for this population.To assess the cost-effectiveness and sensitivity of such an approach, surveill ...
- McConnel, C.; Lombard, J.; Wagner, B.; Kopral, C.; Garry, F.
- Animal 2015 v.9 no.8 pp. 1397-1403
- infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, etc ; Bovine respiratory syncytial virus; Clostridium; Escherichia coli; Haemophilus somnus; National Agricultural Statistics Service; National Animal Health Monitoring System; Salmonella; animal fertility; bovine viral diarrhea; dairy cows; dairy industry; death; disease occurrence; disease prevention; enzootic bovine leukosis; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; farms; heifers; herds; leptospirosis; mastitis; milk; models; mortality; necropsy; prediction; regression analysis; risk; screening; surveys; vaccination; viruses; United States; Show all 34 Subjects
- ... Summary studies of dairy cow removal indicate increasing levels of mortality over the past several decades. This poses a serious problem for the US dairy industry. The objective of this project was to evaluate associations between facilities, herd management practices, disease occurrence and death rates on US dairy operations through an analysis of the National Animal Health Monitoring System’s Da ...