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Researchers study BVDV, strive to develop new vaccine

Jan 31, 2014
Since 1996, the Agricultural Experiment Station researcher has been studying BVDV—how it occurs and what it does to sabotage the animal’s immune system. “It is an immune-suppressive disease,” he explains, making the animal vulnerable to pneumonia and other respiratory diseases.

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