(VS) usually presents a seasonal pattern, whose incidence is usually higher in summer or in rainy seasons (MASON et al.
Molecular assays were conducted to identify viruses that might be associated with the reported clinical signs; these included SVA (3); FMDV, vesicular stomatitis
virus, and SVDV (6); teschovirus A, sapelovirus A, and enterovirus G (7); porcine parvovirus (8); and porcine circovirus type 2 (9).
Compounds 2b and 2c emerged as the best antiviral agents among the tested Schiff bases against Coxsackie Virus B4 (EC50=2 g/mL for 2b and EC50=9 g/mL for 2c, Table-2) and Punto Toro virus (EC50=59 g/mL for 2b and EC50=12 g/mL for 2c, Table-2) in Vero cell culture, Vesicular Stomatitis
virus (EC50=50 g/mL for 2b and EC50=9 g/mL for 2c, Table-2) and Coxsackie Virus B4 (EC50=2 g/mL for 2b and EC50=12 g/mL for 2c, Table 2) in HeLa cell culture.
The team considered ruling out the following differential diagnoses: CE, goat pox, foot and mouth disease, vesicular stomatitis
, staph dermatitis, dermatophilosis, bluetongue and ulcerative dermatosis.
The vesicular stomatitis
is an acute virus disease especially of various domesticated animals (as horses and cows) that resembles foot-and-mouth disease.
Working with other agencies, scientists in the ARS Foreign Animal Disease Research Unit (FADRU), at Plum Island, also keep diseases like ASF, classical swine fever, and vesicular stomatitis
Such individual testing is a supplementary guarantee to protect member states from the introduction of this disease since outbreaks of vesicular stomatitis
have been notified by the United States," the Commission said, adding that those outbreaks are sporadic and limited to certain areas.
Environmental and host factors associated with seropositivity to New Jersey and Indiana vesicular stomatitis
virus in Costa Rica.
In addition, orthopterans may cause harm by serving as intermediate hosts for nematodes and several species of tapeworms and as possible reservoirs and vectors of vesicular stomatitis
virus (Nunamaker et al.
Foot and mouth disease blue tongue disease, mucosal disease, papular stomatitis and vesicular stomatitis
can all be confused with MCF.
Members of this genus include Lyssa (rabies and bat Lyssa viruses), vesicular stomatitis
virus (VSV, the cause of vesicular stomatitis
of cattle) and many 'minor' viruses such as Isfahan and Chandipura.
1995); the cytoplasmic Mx2 protein mainly inhibits the vesicular stomatitis
virus (Zurcher et al.