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Infection of cattle with lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV) is very important from the aspect of livestock production. Although it can cause significant economic losses, available serological assays are still not sufficiently efficient and reliable. A 3-day VNT was performed using Madin-Darby bovine...

Author(s)
Samojlović, M.; Polaček, V.; Gurjanov, V.; Lupulović, D.; Lazić, G.; Petrović, T.; Lazić, S.
Publisher
Fakultet Veterinarske Medicine, Univerziteta u Beogradu, Beograd, Serbia
Citation
Acta Veterinaria (Beograd), 2019, 69, 1, pp 47-60
Abstract

Background: Bovine alphaherpesvirus type 2 (BoHV-2) belongs to family Herpesviridae, subfamily Alphaherpesviridae and can cause two distinct, well-defined conditions: a generalized benign skin infection that somewhat mimics lumpy skin disease (LSD), referred to as Pseudo-Lumpy Skin Disease (PSLD)...

Author(s)
Lanave, G.; Larocca, V.; Losurdo, M.; Catella, C.; Capozza, P.; Tempesta, M.; Martella, V.; Buonavoglia, C.; Camero, M.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Veterinary Research, 2020, 16, 103, pp (30 March 2020)
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This paper reports clinical management of lumpy skin disease in a cow that was presented with nodular eruptions on skin to University Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, Mannuthy. A thorough physical examination revealed that the cow had fever and small to large sized circumscribed nodules...

Author(s)
Sulficar, S.; Sudhakar, G. K.; Krupa, R. J.; Vijayakumar, K.
Publisher
Indian Veterinary Association, Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, India
Citation
Journal of Indian Veterinary Association, Kerala (JIVA), 2020, 18, 3, pp 102-106
Abstract

The objective of the present study was to access the titres and duration of maternally derived neutralizing antibodies against lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV) in calves born to immunized dairy cows. The study was conducted in a Greek farm of 200 Holstein cows which were immunized with a homologous...

Author(s)
Agianniotaki, E. I.; Babiuk, S.; Katsoulos, P. D.; Chaintoutis, S. C.; Praxitelous, A.; Quizon, K.; Boscos, C.; Polizopoulou, Z. S.; Chondrokouki, E. D.; Dovas, C. I.
Publisher
Wiley, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 2018, 65, 6, pp 2043-2048
Abstract

Lumpy skin disease is an economically significant transmissible infectious disease with mortality rate from 4 to 95%. Purebred animals are more susceptible to this infection, most seriously the disease occurs in young animals, not enough well-fed individuals, lactating cows. In Russia, the disease...

Author(s)
Usadov, T. R.; Morgunov, Yu. P.; Zhivoderov, S. P.; Balysheva, V. I.; Pivova, E. Yu.; Koltsov, A. Yu.; Yanzhieva, D. V.; Sukher, M. M.; Lunitsyn, A. V.; Salnikov, N. I.
Publisher
Agricultural Biology Editorial Office, NPO, Moscow, Russia
Citation
Sel'skokhozyaĭstvennaya Biologiya, 2018, 53, 2, pp 438-446
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Lumpy skin disease (LSD) is an emerging cattle disease with serious economic consequences. We report the complete coding sequence of LSD virus 210LSD-249/BUL/16, detected in a blood sample from a diseased cow during an outbreak in Bulgaria (Kabile Village, Yambol Region) in June 2016.

Author(s)
Mathijs, E.; Vandenbussche, F.; Ivanova, E.; Haegeman, A.; Aerts, L.; Leeuw, I. de; Borm, S. van; Clercq, K. de
Publisher
American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, D.C., USA
Citation
Microbiology Resource Announcements, 2020, 9, 43,
Abstract

Context: Smallholder dairy farming is becoming an important source of food, income and employment for many urban dwellers in Ethiopia. However, suboptimal productivity is a major constraint due to diseases and poor management practices. Aims: The present work aimed at assessing management...

Author(s)
Belay Duguma
Publisher
CSIRO, Collingwood, Australia
Citation
Animal Production Science, 2020, 60, 15, pp 1838-1849
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The recent attention to bovine viral skin diseases is mainly linked to the potential risk of introducing exotic diseases with a strong economic impact such as Lumpy Skin Disease. This study reports the results obtained by the application of a diagnostic protocol specifically set up to detect the...

Author(s)
Lelli, D.; Canziani, S.; Gallina, L.; Trogu, T.; Savini, F.; Moreno, A.; Luini, M.; Frasnelli, M.; Sozzi, E.; Prosperi, A.; Brocchi, E.; Gibelli, L. R.; Capucci, L.; Scagliarini, A.; Lavazza, A.
Publisher
Società Italiana di Diagnostica di Laboratorio Veterinaria (SIDiLV), Parma, Italy
Citation
XIX Congresso Nazionale Società Italiana di Diagnostica di Laboratorio Veterinaria (S.I.Di.L.V.), Matera, Italia, 23-25 ottobre 2019, 2019, pp 59-61
Abstract

Lumpy skin disease (LSD) is an important transboundary animal disease of cattle with significant economic impact because of the implications for international trade in live animals and animal products. LSD is caused by a Capripoxvirus, LSD virus (LSDV), and results in extensive hide and udder...

Author(s)
Annandale, C. H.; Smuts, M. P.; Ebersohn, K.; Plessis, L. du; Thompson, P. N.; Venter, E. H.; Stout, T. A. E.
Publisher
Wiley, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 2019, 66, 4, pp 1539-1547
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BACKGROUND: Lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV) is a DNA virus from the genus capripoxvirus. Though the morbidity rate of this virus is different among species, it involves all ages. This disease was limited to sub-Saharan Africa though it gradually spread to other African countries and the Middle...

Author(s)
Isapour, H.; Sakha, M.; Varshovi, H. R.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
Citation
Iranian Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 2021, 15, 3, pp en287-fa294

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