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The epidemiology, clinical significance, economic importance, transmission, and control of Schmallenberg Virus are discussed with focus on the deformities and birth defects it causes to infected animals.

Author(s)
Geiser, F.
Publisher
Forum Kleinwiederkäuer/Petits Ruminants, Herzogenbuchsee, Switzerland
Citation
Forum Kleinwiederkäuer/Petits Ruminants, 2012, No.9, pp 6-10
AbstractFull Text

Schmallenberg virus (SBV) has been identified in Germany in November 2011. It belongs to the family Bunyaviridae, genus Orthobunyavirus, of the serogroup Simbu. Metagenomic analysis of samples taken from adult cattle allowed to establish its close relationship with Akabane, Aino and Shamonda...

Author(s)
Martinelle, L.; Pozzo, F. dal; Kirschvink, N.; Grandière, M. A. de la; Thiry, E.; Saegerman, C.
Publisher
Annales de Médicine Vétérinaire, Liège, Belgium
Citation
Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire, 2012, 156, 1, pp 7-24
Abstract

II. F. explains that, when the outbreak extended through France, rigorous regulations were imposed along the Swiss frontiers. A few isolated outbreaks occurred, but they were arrested by the usual slaughter policy coupled with the use of immune serum. The only Canton in which the disease was...

Author(s)
Fluckiger.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1938, 16, pp 47-61
Abstract

The decision to hold an International Conference for the study of epizootic diseases, to sit in Paris, was made on thé initiative of the French Minister of Agriculture (M. RICARD) in October 1920. Forty-three States responded to the invitation, including Germany, United States of America,...

Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1921, 97, 13, pp 387-395 pp.

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