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Background: The bovine alphaherpesvirus type 1 (BoHV-1) belonging to the order Herpesvirales, family Herpesviridae, subfamily Alphaherpesvirinae and genus Varicellovirus.Bovine alphaherpesvirus 1 (BoHV-1) infections have a great importance due to the high rates of dissemination in cattles worldwide. Although, the BoHV-1 was largely related in cattl...
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Recent advancement in next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies hasrevolutionized the sequencing technology for research and diagnostic applications by virtue of its high throughput and accuracy of data generation. In animal virology, NGS has been successfully used formetagenomicsbased discovery of previously unknown viruses. Moreover, NGS tech...
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Coronaviruses are enveloped RNA viruses capable of causing respiratory, enteric, or systemic diseases in a variety of mammalian hosts that vary in clinical severity from subclinical to fatal. The host range and tissue tropism are largely determined by the coronaviral spike protein, which initiates cellular infection by promoting fusion of the viral...
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The book is a systematic diagnostic guide of most common viral diseases of fish and shellfish. It is recommended for both undergraduate and graduate students of Aquatic Animal Health, Fish & Shellfish Diseases , Aquatic Animal Virology , Clinical Aquatic Virology and Fish / Shellfish Pathology majors. The book is also very useful for aquatic veteri...
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Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection has become a global public health burden costing billions of dollars in health care annually. Even with rapidly advancing scientific technologies this disease still poses a significant threat due to a lack of vaccines and affordable treatment options. The immune correlates of protection and predisposing factors tow...
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Reverse genetics is a cutting–edge tool that has revolutionized molecular virology through which viruses possessing artificial genomes can be rescued from cloned cDNA. This gave the researchers the choice and flexibility to get the modifications in the progeny virions that would be done at the genome level while constructing the cDNA. The idea led...
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Schmallenberg virus was first detected in Germany in October 2011, associated with congenital malformations in cattle, sheep and goats. This novel emergent agent causes mild disease in cattle with decreased milk production, fever and diarrhea. In March 2012, the German Institute of Diagnostic Virology, Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, reported the deve...
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The viruses under the family Orthomyxoviridae are responsible for a variety of important respiratory diseases in humans and different animal species. The seven genera under the family are the influenza viruses A, B, C and D, Quaranjavirus, Thogotovirus and Isavirus. Viruses are highly evolving, and the genetic reassortment among viruses is seen onl...
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This book discusses the prominence and implication of the viral diseases that are a major threat to animals around the globe. A number of these diseases have also shown links with human populations, which has implications for public health. This book offers detailed and up-to-date information on viral diseases in livestock and poultry that were and...
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Since the beginning of this century, viruses have been known to cause disease in man and animals. The initial studies in 1898 of Lóffler and Frosch on the etiological agent of foot and mouth disease in cattle, and those of Rose and Reed in 1901 on yellow fever in man which showed that these illnesses were produced by filterable organisms, initiated...
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The Animal Health Organization (OIE) recommends diagnosis laboratories to develop their assays in correspondence with a quality management system (QMS). The Animal Virology Laboratory at the National Center for Animal and Plant Health proposed the planning of a QMS under the requirements of the NC ISO/IEC 17025:2006, and the biosecurity requirement...