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Vaccine linked to ‘bleeding calf syndrome’

New research links bleeding calf syndrome to anti-MHC class I antibodies, produced by the mother in response to contamination of vaccine against Bovine viral diarrhea virus with proteins released by the production process.

Quoted from Vaccine linked to ‘bleeding calf syndrome’ on ScienceDaily: Top News

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