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Bluetongue, African horse sickness and related orbiviruses

International Symposium on Bluetongue, African Horse Sickness, and Related Orbiviruses (2nd 1991 Paris, France)

Bluetongue, African horse sickness and related orbiviruses

2nd International Symposium, Paris, 17-21 June 1991 : summary and conclusions.

by International Symposium on Bluetongue, African Horse Sickness, and Related Orbiviruses (2nd 1991 Paris, France)

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Published by Office international des epizooties in Paris .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bluetongue -- Congresses.,
  • Bluetongue virus -- Congresses.,
  • Orbivirus infections in animals -- Congresses.,
  • Orbiviruses -- Congresses.,
  • African horse sickness -- Congresses.,
  • African horse sickness virus -- Congresses.,
  • Culicoides -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: University of California, Davis; Office international des épizooties.

    Other titlesSecond International Symposium, Paris.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsUniversity of California, Davis., International Office of Epizootics.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 49 p. ;
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16902731M
    ISBN 109290442964

    African horse sickness virus (AHSV) is a lethal arbovirus of equids that is transmitted between hosts primarily by biting midges of the genus (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). AHSV affects draft, thoroughbred, and companion horses and donkeys in Africa, Asia, and Europe. In this review, we examine the impact of AHSV critically and discuss entomological studies that have been Cited by: inactivate another orbivirus, African horse sickness virus, and may also be active against bluetongue. Incubation Period The incubation period is estimated to be approximately a week, with a range of days. Clinical Signs Clinical cases of bluetongue occur mainly in sheep, while subclinical infections seem to predominate in mostFile Size: KB.

    Bluetongue represent a paradigm not only for the other orbiviruses (such as African horse sickness virus, which shares the same vector species) but also for other insect transmitted diseases, including those of humans. This item is Non-Returnable. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Bluetongue by Peter Mertens at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters.

    Bluetongue viruses (BTV) are infectious, noncontagious viruses in the family Reoviridae and genus Orbivirus that are transmitted to domestic and wild ruminants (sheep, cows, goats, deer) by biting midges (no-see-ums) in the genus Culicoides (Fig. 3) (6). The viruses are nonenveloped and the icosohedral nm-diameter capsid contains the 10 segments of the linear double Author: Thomas Walton, Erica Suchman.   Bluetongue virus (BTV) and African horse sickness virus (AHSV) are distinct arthropod borne virus species in the genus Orbivirus (Reoviridae family), causing the notifiable diseases Bluetongue and African horse sickness of ruminants and equids, respectively. Reverse genetics systems for these orbiviruses with their ten-segmented genome of double stranded Cited by:


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Bluetongue, African horse sickness and related orbiviruses by International Symposium on Bluetongue, African Horse Sickness, and Related Orbiviruses (2nd 1991 Paris, France) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Description. Bluetongue, African Horse Sickness, and Related Orbiviruses: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium provides the latest scientific information about this group of Orbiviruses, which are transmitted by species of Culicoides (biting midges) and are important causes of disease in domestic livestock and wildlife.

Summary Bluetongue, African Horse Sickness, and Related Orbiviruses: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium provides the latest scientific information about this group of Orbiviruses, which are transmitted by species of Culicoides (biting midges) and are important causes of disease in domestic livestock and wildlife.

Bluetongue, African Horse Sickness, and Related Orbiviruses: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium provides the latest scientific information about this group of Orbiviruses, which are transmitted by species of Culicoides (biting midges) and are important causes of disease in domestic livestock and by: Bluetongue, African Horse Sickness, and Related Orbiviruses: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium provides the latest scientific information about this group of Orbiviruses, which are transmitted by species of Culicoides (biting midges) and Price: $ orbiviruses: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium.

Bluetongue, African horse sickness, and related orbiviruses: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium [46] House JA, Lombard M, House C, Dubourget P, Mebus CA. Efficacy of an inactivated vaccine for African horse sickness virus serotype 4, History and background.

Bluetongue (BT) is a non-contagious, insect-transmitted disease of ruminants, particularly sheep and certain species of non-African wild ruminants [57, 84].The disease was first described in the Cape Colony of southern Africa after merino sheep were introduced into the region in the late 18th century, and was subsequently recognized in other.

Get this from a library. Bluetongue, African horse sickness, and related orbiviruses: proceedings of the Second International Symposium.

[Thomas E Walton, D.V.M. The genus Orbivirus is a member of the Reoviridae family, in the subfamily the other reoviruses, orbiviruses are genus currently contains 22 species (including the type species Bluetongue virus) and at least different serotypes.

Orbiviruses can infect and replicate within a wide range of arthropod and vertebrate : Reoviridae. African horse sickness (AHS, virus AHSV) is an infectious noncontagious virus in the family Reoviridae and genus Orbivirus that is transmitted to domestic and wild equids (horses, mules, donkeys) by biting midges (no-see-ums) in the genus Culicoides (6).

The virus is nonenveloped and the icosohedral nm-diameter capsid contains the 10 segments of linear double Author: Thomas Walton, Erica Suchman. African Horse Sickness. African horse sickness virus causes disease in horses, mules, and donkeys with up to 95% mortality.

Apart from Venezuelan equine encephalitis, it is the most important viral disease capable of causing widespread mortality in horses. Epizootics of African horse sickness have been recognized in South Africa since Alan J.

Guthrie, Camilla T. Weyer, in Robinson's Current Therapy in Equine Medicine (Seventh Edition), Epidemiology. African horse sickness is endemic in sub-Saharan Africa. In subtropical regions, including South Africa, AHS is strictly seasonal, with the first cases historically occurring in late summer and then abruptly disappearing following the onset of colder weather.

Bluetongue, African Horse Sickness, and Related Orbiviruses: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium provides the latest scientific information about this group of Orbiviruses, which are transmitted by species of Culicoides (biting midges) and are important causes of disease in domestic livestock and wildlife.

Mellor PS, African horse sickness: transmission and epidemiology. Veterinary Research, 24(2) Mellor PS, Boorman J, The transmission and geographical spread of African horse sickness and bluetongue viruses. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 89(1); 6 pp. of ref. Mellor PS, Hamblin C, African horse sickness.

Get this from a library. Bluetongue, African horse sickness, and related orbiviruses: 2nd international symposium, Paris, June summary and conclusions. [University of California, Davis. School of Veterinary Medicine.; International Office of Epizootics.;].

Bluetongue, African Horse Sickness and related orbiviruses: proceedings of the second international symposium, VetMedResource. Hamblin C, Graham S D, Anderson E C & Crowther J R () A competitive elisa for the detection of group-specific antibodies to African Horse Sickness Virus.

Orbiviruses are the cause of important and apparently emerging arboviral diseases of livestock, including bluetongue virus (BTV), African horse sickness virus (AHSV), equine encephalosis virus (EEV), and epizootic hemorrhagic disease virus (EHDV) that are all transmitted by haematophagous Culicoides by: Re-emergence of bluetongue, African horse sickness, and other Orbivirus This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial.

BTV Kordufan. Data July An overview of the orbiviruses In Bluetongue African Horse Sickness and Related Orbiviruses bluetongue virus. Bluetongue disease is an insect transmitted disease that occurs primarily in sheep and wild ruminants.

The bluetongue viruses that cause the disease are members of a family of viruses called orbiviruses. Although cattle in many regions of the world are often infected with bluetongue virus, cattle rarely show clinical signs of this disease. Bluetongue represent a paradigm not only for the other orbiviruses (such as African horse sickness virus, which shares the same vector species) but also for other insect transmitted diseases, including those of humans.

The only single definitive work that provides both historical and up to date data on the diseaseAuthor: Peter Mertens. African horse sickness (AHS) is a hemorrhagic viral fever of horses. It is the only equine disease for which the World Organization for Animal Health has introduced specific guidelines for member countries seeking official recognition of disease-free status.

SinceSouth Africa has maintained an AHS controlled area; however, sporadic outbreaks of AHS have occurred in this .Evolutionary relationships among the gnat-transmitted orbiviruses that cause African horse sickness, bluetongue, and epizootic hemorrhagic disease as evidenced by their capsid protein sequences.

Iwata H(1), Yamagawa M, Roy P. Author information: (1)University of Alabama, Birmingham Cited by: African Horse Sickness › 2 | Page. INTRODUCTION. African horse sickness (AHS) is a peracute, acute, subacute or mild infectious but non-contagious disease of equids caused by African horse sickness virus (AHSV).

The virus is classified in the genus. Orbivirus. of the family. Reoviridae, of which there are nine serotypes, all transmitted by.