BVD


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BVD

Abbreviation for:
BCNU, vincristine, dacarbazine
bovine viral diarrhoea
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BVD (Bovine Viral Diarrhoea) is a viral disease that suppresses the immune system of affected animals, resulting in reduced growth rates and fertility.
The scheme is being overseen by Dr Sigrid Stoop of Allflex, one of the architects of Belgium's successful BVD eradication scheme.
BVD. Twelve studies [26-35, 37, 38] utilized BVD as the outcome measure, including salvianolic acid A [27, 31], salvianolic acid B [26, 30, 34, 35, 37, 38], and salvianolic acid mixture [28, 29, 32, 33].
All farms were up to date on the annual official vaccinations against brucellosis and foot and mouth disease, and 5 out of 29 farms used vaccines against viruses of the bovine respiratory complex (BVD, IBR, PI3, and BRSV).
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BVD electrodes are characterised by their favourable low hydrogen contents.
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"Valley of the Dolls" author Jacqueline Susann refused to sign off on a sequel, resulting in a disclaimer at the start of "BVD" that further blurred the line between the two.