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Cowpox virus (CPXV) is a zoonotic orthopoxvirus (OPV) that infects a wide range of mammals. CPXV-specific DNA and antibodies were detected in different vole species, such as common voles (Microtus arvalis) and bank voles (Myodes glareolus). Therefore, voles are the putative main reservoir host of...

Author(s)
Jeske, K.; Weber, S.; Pfaff, F.; Imholt, C.; Jacob, J.; Beer, M.; Ulrich, R. G.; Hoffmann, D.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Viruses, 2019, 11, 11,
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Author(s)
Roth, S. J.
Publisher
Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Immunomodulation of cowpox virus, 2011, pp xiii + 99 pp.
Abstract

Viruses must be able to resist host innate responses, especially the type I interferon (IFN) response. They do so by preventing the induction or activity of IFN and/or by resisting the antiviral effectors that it induces. Poxviruses are no exception, with many mechanisms identified whereby...

Author(s)
Buttigieg, K.; Laidlaw, S. M.; Ross, C.; Davies, M.; Goodbourn, S.; Skinner, M. A.
Publisher
American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, USA
Citation
Journal of Virology, 2013, 87, 9, pp 5028-5040
Abstract

Buffalopox occurs either as a localized (limited to the teats and udder) or a generalized disease. The former was more common. On the CAM the virus caused either a large, white, opaque lesion or a greyish white lesion without central necrosis. The virus caused agglutination of fowl, rabbit and g...

Author(s)
Katana, R. S.
Publisher
Punjab Agric. Univ, India
Citation
Antigenic analysis of buffalopox virus and its comparison with vaccinia and cowpox viruses., 1969, pp 1 p
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Vaccinia virus caused pock formation when inoculated into the feather follicles of fowls; cow pox virus did not. The test took 3-4 days.-R.M.

Author(s)
Mayr, A.
Citation
Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitenKde., 1966, 199, pp 144-151
Abstract

Lesions similar to skin pocks were present in the mucosa of the proventriculus of four chickens with fowl pox. Pox virus was isolated on chorio-allantoic membrane of embryonated eggs. V. also records an outbreak of cow pox in Mozambique and vario-liform exanthema in pigs in Mozambique on pages...

Author(s)
Valadao, F. G.
Citation
Anais Servs Vet. Ind. anim. Mocamb., 1963, 9, pp 133-134 pp.
Abstract

The techniques used included complement fixation, gel diffusion and ring precipitation, haemagglutinin inhibition, pock and plaque neutralization, and staining with fluorescein-coupled antibody. Close relationships between vaccinia, cow pox, rabbit pox, and ectromelia, and between myxoma and...

Author(s)
Woodroofe, G. M.; Fenner, F.
Citation
Virology, 1962, 16, pp 334-341
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Author(s)
Jansen, J.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1962, 87, pp 738-740
Abstract

The Dutch rabbit pox or rabbit plague virus isolated by Jansen [V.B. 14, 1735] immunized guineapigs against infection with vaccinia 38 days later, but it protected only one of 8 from cow pox infection. Vaccinia virus protected guineapigs from rabbit pox, but only 2 of 12 were protected from cow...

Author(s)
Kunst, H.; Jansen, J.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1962, 87, pp 837-840
Abstract

The c.f. test has provided considerable information on the antigenic composition of vaccinia-variola viruses. The test has also been applied in the demonstration of viral antigen in pus from cases of smallpox and in the detection of antibody in the sera of survivors and in sera of vaccinated...

Author(s)
Rice, C. E.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine, 1960, 24, pp 154-157

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