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The next host presumably becomes infected by swallowing or inhaling virus-
contaminated material such as foods, water, ... Certain viral agents, particularly
those capable of producing tumours in lower animals, flourish within cells and ...
... very keratitis, keratocattle), Colesiota contagious disease whose spread may
be conjunctivitis conjunctivae (in sheep) influenced by dust irritation or possibly
by viral invasion Cattle, sheep Johne's disease, Mycobacterium a chronic
Dog bites may result in serious injury to tissues and also can transmit bacterial
infections and rabies, a disease of viral ... Cat-scratch disease may be transmitted
through cat bites, and the deadly herpes B virus can be spread by monkey bites.
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