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1 January 1975 VENEZUELAN EQUINE ENCEPHALOMYELITIS IN PHEASANTS AND CHUKARS
S. J. PROCTOR, J. E. PEARSON
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Abstract

Pheasants (Phasianus colchicus) and chukars (Alectoris graeca) were inoculated with Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus. Antibody titers reached a peak 2 weeks postinoculation and then declined. Viremia was of short duration, clinical signs were not detected, and uninoculated cage mates did not develop antibody titers.

PROCTOR and PEARSON: VENEZUELAN EQUINE ENCEPHALOMYELITIS IN PHEASANTS AND CHUKARS
S. J. PROCTOR and J. E. PEARSON "VENEZUELAN EQUINE ENCEPHALOMYELITIS IN PHEASANTS AND CHUKARS," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 11(1), 14-16, (1 January 1975). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-11.1.14
Received: 30 October 1973; Published: 1 January 1975
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