Two elk (Cervus canadensis) were inoculated intravenously with epizootic hemorrhagic disease virus. No overt signs of disease were observed in the elk although one animal had a slight febrile response. A cell associated viremia was detected in both elk, which persisted in one animal for 30 days post-inoculation. The similarities of these results to those reported for bluetongue virus infection in elk is discussed.
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