quantitative study of foot-and-mouth disease virus.

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The quantitative study of foot-and-mouth disease virus. View/ Open. (Mb) Date Author. Henderson, William MacGregor. Metadata. Show full item by: This is a highly technical account of the titration of foot and mouth disease on cattle by the method of intradermal inoculation of the.

tongue. The advantage of this method over the older method of inoculation of the guineapig pad is that it avoids the.-difficulties of species adaptation.

by:  : The quantitative study of foot-and-mouth disease virus in unweaned mice. (I) Studies of various factors affecting quantitative analysis. Arch. ges. Virusforsch, 1 ().

Google Scholar; Download referencesCited by:  : The quantitative study of foot-and-mouth disease virus in unweaned mice. (II) Studies with additional mouse strains and comparison of some methods of titration.

Arch. ges. Virusforsch, 39 (). Google Scholar; Download referencesCited by:   A study of the cross-reacting antigens on the intact foot-and-mouth disease virus and its 12S Subunits with antisera against the structural proteins.

J Gen Virol ; 51(Pt 1) –   Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is a highly contagious disease of cloven-hoofed animals caused by the foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV), genus Aphthovirus, family Picornaviridae (Martinez-Salas et al., ).Of considerable importance in the control of FMD is persistent infection that can occur following clinical or sub-clinical disease in both vaccinated and non-vaccinated ruminants.

The efficacy of an inactivated foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccine is mainly dependent on the integrity of the foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) particles.

At present, the standard method to quantify the active component, the S antigen, of FMD Cited by: DAVIE J. A COMPLEMENT FIXATION TECHNIQUE FOR THE QUANTITATIVE MEASUREMENT OF ANTIGENIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN STRAINS OF THE VIRUS OF FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE. J Hyg (Lond) Dec; – [PMC free article] Forman AJ.

A study of foot-and-mouth disease virus strains by complement fixation.

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Cocal virus (COCV) is one of the causative agents of vesicular stomatitis, presenting clinical signs indistinguishable from those caused by foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV).

Therefore, the differentiation of these two viruses via laboratory diagnosis is essential. The objective of this study was.

N.A. Lyons, A.B. Ludi, G. Wilsden, P. Hamblin, I.A. Qasim, S. Gubbins, D.P. KingEvaluation of a polyvalent foot-and-mouth disease virus vaccine containing A Saudi against field challenge on large-scale dairy farms in Saudi Arabia with the emerging A/ASIA/G-VII viral lineage.

Investigate the role of concrete matrix pH on the recovery of foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) and African Swine Fever virus (ASFV) from porous concrete. Compare parameters off FMDV and ASFV inactivation on porous and nonporous surfaces in quantitative carrier tests of a. Foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) is a positive-sense, single stranded RNA virus and its replication involves the synthesis of a negative strand intermediate.

In the present study, a strand-specific quantitative RT-PCR assay was developed for analysis of FMDV replication. Quantitative risk analysis showed that under the circumstances specified in the paper, the risk of transmission of foot-and-mouth disease and vesicular stomatitis by embryos would be likely to be less than 1 in billion (10 −) and 1 in million (10 −), respectively.

Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is a highly contagious disease of cloven-hoofed animals including cattle, pigs, sheep and many wildlife species. It can cause enormous economic losses when incursions occur into countries which are normally disease free.

In addition, it has long-term effects within countries where the disease is endemic due to reduced animal productivity and the restrictions. A quantitative assessment of the risk of introducing foot and mouth disease virus into the United States via cloned bovine embryos B.

Asseged(1)*, B. Tameru(1), D. Nganwa(1), R.

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Fite(2) & T. Habtemariam(1) (1) College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, ALUnited States of America. Quantitative knowledge on the contribution of African buffalo to the epidemiology of foot‐and‐mouth disease virus (FMDV) in East Africa is lacking, and this information is essential for the design of control programs in the region.

Outbreaks of foot and mouth disease (FMD), African swine fever (ASF), classical swine fever (CSF) and swine vesicular disease (SVD) can cause significant economic and social costs and severe trade limitations.

A number of commodities may be contaminated with these hazards, including meat and meat products derived from infected animals. Great Britain (GB) enforces a number of regulations to. Foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) infected animals can contaminate the environment with their secretions and excretions.

To quantify the contribution of a contaminated environment to the transmission of FMDV, this study used calves that were not vaccinated and calves that were vaccinated 1 week prior to inoculation with the virus in direct and indirect contact experiments.

A fluorescent immunochromatography assay as developed for quantitative and sensitive detection of foot-and-mouth disease virus serotype O antibody. • Virus-like-particles as capture antigen, making it safer for user.

• The immunoreaction finished in 5 min observed by naked eyes and fluorescence signal was recorded in 15 min. A quantitative risk assessment was conducted to d etermine the risk of introduction of foot and m outh disease (FMD) virus into the U nited States via cheese importatio n.

This risk a ssessment do. One of the most challenging aspects of foot‐and‐mouth disease (FMD) control is the high genetic variability of the FMD virus (FMDV).

In endemic settings such as the Indian subcontinent, this variability has resulted in the emergence of pandemic strains that have spread widely and caused devastating outbreaks in disease‐free areas.

Quantitative impacts of incubation phase transmission of foot-and-mouth disease virus. Jonathan Arzt Foreign Animal Disease Research Unit, Plum Island Animal Disease Center, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture, Greenport, NY, USA.

Foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) causes an acute vesicular disease which is endemic throughout large parts of Asia, Africa and South America [1].

Although the disease has been eradicated in Europe and North America, introduction of infection, as occurred in the United Kingdom incancause devastating outbreaks of disease [2]. Quantification of foot-and mouth disease viral RNA in environments contaminated by foot-and-mouth disease virus-infected animals.

Each plot shows levels of viral RNA (log 10 tissue culture ID 50 equivalents/ml) in swabs taken from the floor (first column), walls (second column), feed trough (third column), or in feces (fourth column). Andrea Marcos, Andrés M.

Perez, Quantitative Risk Assessment of Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD) Virus Introduction Into the FMD-Free Zone Without Vaccination of Argentina Through Legal and Illegal Trade of Bone-in Beef and Unvaccinated Susceptible Species, Frontiers in Veterinary Science, /fvets, 6, ().

The goal of this study was to characterize the properties and duration of the foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) carrier state and associated serological responses subsequent to vaccination and naturally occurring infection at two farms in northern India.

Quantitative impacts of incubation phase transmission of foot-and-mouth disease virus. February ; Scientific Reports 9(1) 1 Foreign Animal Disease Research Unit.

The Survival of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus in Raw and Pasteurized Milk and Milk Products* P. Tomasula and R. Konstance US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Dairy Processing and Products Research Unit, Eastern Regional Research Center, Wyndmoor, PA ABSTRACT The Foot-and-Mouth Disease virus (FMDV) is not a.

Incorporation of the 2A-luciferase sequence into a transgene encoding foot-and-mouth disease virus structural proteins retained luciferase activity and the ability to form virus-like particles. Conclusions: We demonstrated a mechanism for the near real-time, sequential, non-destructive quantitative.

Introduction. Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is a highly contagious, acute viral disease of cloven-hoofed animals, characterized by fever, loss of appetite, depression, lameness and the appearance of vesicles on the feet and in, or around, the mouth.

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We also measured the ability of another polycistronic plasmid vector with a 2A-luciferase sequence placed downstream of the foot-and-mouth disease virus P1 and 3C protease genes to produce of foot-and-mouth disease virus-like particles and luciferase activity from transfected cells.Quantitative Assessment of the Risk of Release of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus via Export of Bull Semen from Israel Article (PDF Available) in Risk Analysis 37(1) March with Reads.The results of this study showed that the clearance of foot and mouth disease virus (FMDV) from the circulation of cattle and goats followed the general rules for the clearance of inert particulate materials and other viruses from the circulation.

Quantitative study of the granulopectic activity of the reticulo-endothelial system. II. A.