Bovine Leaukia Virus is highly related to the human T-Lymphotropic virus type 1. The natural host for Bovine Leukemia is Cattle; the virus will integrate itself into the DNA of B-Lymphocytes. In cattle Leukemia is very rare, only about 5% of animals are infected. It has been shown that infected animals carry the disease on in their milk, so rather than attempting to find a treatment, cattle are likely to be killed if tested positive through ELISA. Research for Bovine Leukemia, is mainly used to understand T-cell Leukemia and diseases similar.
Bovine Leukemia Bioinformatics Tool
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