Host Factors Association on the Prevalence of Antibody to Bovine Herpes Virus-1 (BHV-1) in Cattle from Different Farm Premises

Published on: 10/23/2013
Author/s : SATHIYABAMA KANNAN, Keneisezo Kuotsu, S.Balakrishnan and P.I.Ganesan (Assistant Professor) Department of Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine Madras Veterinary College.

Introduction Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis is worldwide in distribution caused by bovine herpes virus-1 (BHV-1), however, IBR was reported for the first time in India by Mehrotra et al. (1976). It is one of the most prevalent respiratory and reproductive viral disease of cattle. Sinha et al. (2003) and Malmarugan et al. (2004) reported the IBR prevalence of 2.75 per cent and 81.0 per cent in ...

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Nishikant Murlidhar Bhangale Nishikant Murlidhar Bhangale
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October 23, 2013
Dear Sir , Does this virus observed in Indian Cows. If Yes then which vaccine is to be used and with whom it is available.
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