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4/74 is highly virulent for cattle after oral challenge, causing severe diarrhoea, which is sometimes associated with systemic spread of the micro-organism. Although susceptible to oral challenge, groups of cattle were found to be relatively resistant to subcutaneous challenge with this strain. The virulence of 4/74 harbouring mutations in and was also assessed in cattle. Although 4/74 and are attenuated following oral challenge in mice, cattle were highly susceptible to oral challenge with these mutants. As with the parent 4/74 strain, cattle exhibited greater susceptibility to oral compared to subcutaneous challenge with andmutants. Following subcutaneous challenge with sublethal levels of 4/74, calves produced significant levels of antibodies to soluble extract. No correlation was detected between interferon gamma levels in sera and susceptibility to infection by any route. The concentrations of the acute-phase-associated protein haptoglobin were increased in the sera of five of six cattle inoculated subcutaneously, although increases in concentration were smaller in cattle inoculated orally.

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