Jembrana disease

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Jembrana disease is a viral disease of cattle. Its first documented outbreak occurred in 1964 in Indonesia, affecting Bali cattle (Bos javanicus). The virus belongs to the Lentivirus genus, which include immunodeficiency viruses such as HIV. There is at least one strain that has been sequenced.

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