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POSADO, R.; BARTOLOME, D.; SAN MIGUEL, J.M.  and  GARCIA, J.J.. Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and bovine respiratory syncytial virus in the Lidia breed from Salamanca (Spain). Arch. zootec. [online]. 2013, vol.62, n.238, pp.181-190. ISSN 1885-4494.

An epidemiological study was conducted to determine the prevalence of the IBR and BRSV in 15 bullfighting cattle farms from Salamanca (Castilla y León, España). In 2006, a total of 286 blood samples from healthy calves and cows were collected. ELISA kits were used to process the samples. The herd prevalence against both viruses were 99.92 % and individual prevalence were 85.29 % for IBR and for BRSV were 82.23 % and 89.69 % respectively.

Keywords : BHV-1; BRSV; IBR; Prevalence.

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