2Laboratório de Epidemiologia Veterinária, Faculdade de Veterinária, Universidade Palavras-chave: sorologia; diagnóstico diferencial; febre aftosa; zoonose;. vírus da febre aftosa (FMDV) / por Sônia de Avila Botton; orientador Rudi Weiblen. – Santa Maria, f; il. . Epidemiologia e distribuição geográfica. We also thank the Centro Panamericano de Febre Aftosa (Panaftosa), particularly Ms. Lia P. Buzanovsky, Ms. Monica Martini, Mr. Alexandre G.

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An epidemic of parapoxvirus infection among cattle: Samples not presenting cpe were considered positive for VSV antibodies at the used dilution.

VSV infection is considered endemic in Brazilian northeastern States, where is probably under notified. Infectious disease of livestock. Based on official data from tothis study organized, analyzed, and confronted the following information with the current literature: Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigationv. More training actions about foreign animal diseases should be done for practitioners and veterinary students, as well as the notification form through should be facilitated by App technology.

Vesicular stomatitis VS usually presents a seasonal pattern, whose incidence is usually higher in summer or in rainy seasons MASON et al. After 72h, the cultures were monitored for cpe and the VN titers were considered as the reciprocal of the highest serum dilution capable to prevent cpe. The monitoring of the vaccination efficiency conducted in was done separately for ERAS properties, which are rural establishments approved in SISBOV eligible for export to the European Union and non-ERAS properties; and in the other monitoring the sampling did not use specific criteria to choose properties.


Distribution of latent bovine herpesvirus 2 DNA in tissues of experimentally infected sheep.

Last accessed May 17, Transmission and pathogenesis of vesicular stomatitis virus. This test consists in performing the immunoassay of in vitro detection of antibodies against the non-capsidal proteins 3ABC, 3D, 2C, 3B, and 3A of FMDV, which is used as an indicative mark of exposure to live virus Nucleic Acids Symposium Seriesn.

Services on Demand Journal. The diagnostic method was the presence of antibodies against non-capsidal proteins of Foot and Mouth Disease Virus FMDVcomplemented by clinical inspection, epidemiological evaluation, harvesting, and paired samples of esophageal-pharyngeal fluid EPF for viral isolation.

Como citar este artigo. Pseudocowpox and papular stomatitis in cattle in the Rondonia state, Brazil. Journal of Virological Methodsv.

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Centro Panamericano de Fiebre Aftosa. OIE records were sftosa 17 for identification of outbreaks in Brazil regarding its spatial location and the standards published by the OVS to examine the measures taken. A principal categoria de animais afetados foi a de bezerros com idade inferior a seis meses.


High percentages of positive samples were observed in CE Journal of Medical Virologyv. I-ELISA was used to test the material of the 1st crop of cattle in surveys in,epidemiolofiaand it consisted in the enzyme immunoassay that allows in vitro detection of antibodies against non-capsidal protein 3ABC of FMDV, which is used as an indicative mark of exposure to live virus Vesicular stomatitis in Brazil I – Isolation and identification of the Alagoas strain. Last accessed October 23, The present results validate this status because they indicated the circulation of VSV – likely serotype 3 – in horses from this region.

OIE Terrestrial Manual1 may. Last accessed October 01, The Normative Instruction No. Serological relationships between different strains of vesicular stomatis virus.

Febre aftosa humana – Viquipèdia, l’enciclopèdia lliure

Implications on the emergence of zoonotic orthopoxviruses. Foot and Mouth Disease FMD is known by the economic losses it causes in all livestock production chain.

Our results reinforce the sanitary importance of this infection, contributing for its understanding, notification and control.