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The genus Pestivirus within Flaviviridae is comprised of four recognized species, namely, bovine viral diarrhoea virus 1 (BVDV-1), bovine viral diarrhoea virus 2 (BVDV-2), border disease virus (BDV) and classical swine fever virus (CSFV). BDV, while primarily infecting sheep and goats, has also...

Author(s)
Gómez-Romero, N.; Basurto-Alcántara, F. J.; Verdugo-Rodríguez, A.; Lagunes-Quintanilla, R.; Bauermann, F. V.; Ridpath, J. F.
Publisher
Wiley, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 2018, 65, 1, pp 267-271
Abstract

Author(s)
Roberts, H.; Lopez, M.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2012, 171, 8, pp 188-191
Abstract

Sporadic outbreaks of vesicular stomatitis (VS) in the United States result in significant economic losses for the U.S. livestock industries because VS is a reportable disease that clinically mimics foot-and-mouth disease. Rapid and accurate differentiation of these 2 diseases is critical because...

Author(s)
Wilson, W. C.; Letchworth, G. J.; Jiménez, C.; Herrero, M. V.; Navarro, R.; Paz, P.; Cornish, T. E.; Smoliga, G.; Pauszek, S. J.; Dornak, C.; George, M.; Rodriguez, L. L.
Publisher
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Davis, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2009, 21, 2, pp 179-186
AbstractFull Text

This disease factsheet covers the importance, aetiology, geographical distribution, host range, transmission, disinfection, incubation period, clinical signs, postmortem lesions, diagnosis, morbidity, mortality, treatment and control of vesicular stomatitis. The recommended actions that must be...

Publisher
Center for Food Security and Public Health, Iowa State University, Iowa, USA
Citation
Vesicular stomatitis, 2008, pp 5 pp.
Abstract

43 isolates of the virus obtained from USA and Mexico between 1982 and 1985 were genetically fairly homogeneous during each epidemic, but they differed from one epidemic to another. There was evidence that recent outbreaks in USA may have originated from Mexico.

Author(s)
Nichol, S. T.
Citation
Journal of Virology, 1987, 61, 4, pp 1029-1036
Abstract

The disease in cattle, horses and swine was confined to SE Mexico, with a cyclic appearance (every 2-5 years) and a morbidity rate of 10-15%. During 1984 there were 94 outbreaks of disease caused by New Jersey virus (119 in 1983) and only one caused by Indiana virus (1 in 1983).

Author(s)
Mason, J.
Publisher
Comision Mexico-Americana para la Prevencion de la Fiebre Aftosa, Mexico
Citation
Proceedings of an international conference on vesicular stomatitis, Mexico City, 24-27 September 1984., 1984, pp 118-147, 276-297
Abstract

A conference sponsored by the Mexico-United States Commission for the Prevention of Foot and Mouth Disease, the Mexican Animal Health Department, the Plum Island Animal Disease Center (USA) and the Panamerican Health Organization discussed the features of outbreaks of vesicular stomatitis in...

Publisher
Comision Mexico-Americana para la Prevencion de la Fiebre Aftosa, Hegel 713, 11560, D.F., Mexico
Citation
Proceedings of an international conference on vesicular stomatitis, Mexico City, 24-27 September 1984., 1984, pp xi + 689pp.
Abstract

A review of the work of the joint Mexican-American Commission for the Prevention of Foot-and-Mouth Disease between 1949 and 1975, with reference to the difficulty of distinguishing vesicular stomatitis of cattle horses and swine from foot and mouth disease.

Author(s)
Mason, J.; Saldana, A. H.; Turner, W. J.
Citation
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association, 1976, 80, pp 234-253
Abstract

Mexican one-toed pigs were challenged with seven economically important exotic diseases. They were clinically susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease, swine fever, African swine fever, vesicular stomatitis, vesicular exanthema of swine, and swine vesicular disease, but not to rinderpest. Neither...

Author(s)
Wilder, F. W.; Dardiri, A. H.; Gay, J. G.; Beasley, H. C.; Heflin, A. A.; Acree, J. A.
Citation
Proceedings Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association, 1974, 78, pp 195-199
Abstract

During 1952 three diseases threatened the U.S.A.-FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE, VESICULAR EXANTHEMA in pigs, and AIR-SAC INFECTION in poultry.
F. & M. DISEASE was diagnosed in Canada in February 1952, but fortunately owing to the precautions taken there and in the U.S.A. it did not spread beyond the...

Author(s)
SHAW, B. T.
Publisher
Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Off.,
Citation
Report of the Administrator of Agricultural Research 1952., 1953, pp 484 pp.

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