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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Development and evaluation of an enzime-linked immunosorbent assay for the detection, typing and subtyping of vesicular stomatitis virus. Brazilian vaccinia viruses and their origins.

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Bovine papular stomatitis affecting dairy cows epideimologia milkers in midwestern Brazil. Last accessed July 15, Genetic and antigenic relationships of vesicular stomatitis viruses from South America.

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Last accessed August 20, Last accessed August 10, Studies of the pathogenesis of orf virus infection in sheep. Coinfection by vaccinia virus and an orf virus-like parapoxvirus in an outbreak of vesicular disease in dairy cows in midwestern Brazil.

Implications on the emergence of zoonotic orthopoxviruses.

Outbreaks of vesicular stomatitis Alagoas virus in horses and cattle in northeastern Brazil. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygienev. Abstract Foot and mouth disease FMDa highly contagious disease that affects cloven-hoofed animals, is known by the economic losses it causes in farms and in regions where it is endemic. I-ELISA was used to test the material of the 1st crop of cattle in surveys in,andand it consisted in the enzyme immunoassay that allows in vitro detection of antibodies against non-capsidal protein 3ABC ea FMDV, which is used as an indicative mark of exposure to live virus Southern, Midwestern and Northeast.


An outbreak of pseudocowpox in fattening calves in southern Brazil. Since no comercial VSV vaccines are available in Brazil SINDAN,positive serological response is obviously due to a previous exposure to the virus, reflecting different levels of virus circulation in the three regions.

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The monitoring to detect the effectiveness of FMD vaccine conducted in presents epidemiolgoia following main points: Unfortunately, we could not test the samples against VSV Cocal because we could not obtain a virus of this serotype.

Assessing the variability of Brazilian vaccinia virus isolates from a horse exanthematic lesion: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigationv.

Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, v. Serological relationships between different strains of vesicular stomatis virus. In the positive animal, FMDV should be present in the epithelial cells that become detached from esophageal-pharyngeal region with the presence of oral fluid, mucus, and food debris It is worth remembering that swine is a specie that acts as an excellent sentinel when infected by FMD virus 20so they should be inspected routinely.


Pseudocowpox and papular stomatitis in cattle in the Rondonia state, Brazil

The results are recorded in the database of the OVS. The Health Code for Terrestrial Animals 17 recommends that in order for a country or zone to be recognized as FMD-free, viral circulation should not have been detected in the last 12 months. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. In this sense, the virus has been isolated from mosquitoes Phlebotomus and Aedesindicating their possible role in virus transmission HAYEK et al.

In Brazil, positive serology to VSV has been detected in several states and different animal species. Boletim del Centro Panamericano de Fiebre Aftosa, v.