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1 April 1973 EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION IN NORTH AMERICAN ELK WITH EPIZOOTIC HEMORRHAGIC DISEASE VIRUS
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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.

HOFF and TRAINER: EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION IN NORTH AMERICAN ELK WITH EPIZOOTIC HEMORRHAGIC DISEASE VIRUS1
GERALD L. HOFF "EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION IN NORTH AMERICAN ELK WITH EPIZOOTIC HEMORRHAGIC DISEASE VIRUS," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 9(2), 129-132, (1 April 1973). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-9.2.129
Received: 27 June 1972; Published: 1 April 1973
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