bovine virus diarrhea virus

(redirected from mucosal disease virus)

bo·vine vi·rus di·ar·rhe·a vi·rus

a virus of the genus Pestivirus, in the family Flaviviridae, causing bovine virus diarrhea; New York, Oregon, and Indiana strains of the virus are recognized.
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