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- Byadovskaya, O., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Transboundary and emerging diseases 2019 v.66 no.3 pp. 1332-1340
- Lumpy skin disease virus; beef; cows; emerging diseases; fever; food safety; genome; lumpy skin disease; lungs; lymph nodes; monitoring; necropsy; polymerase chain reaction; risk; semen; skin lesions; testes; tissues; virulence; viruses; Balkans; Russia; Turkey (country)
- ... Lumpy skin disease (LSD) has recently expanded its range northwards to include the Balkans, Turkey and Russia. Because there was no solid evidence conclusively verifying the transmission mechanism in the field and LSDV viraemic animals with overt and asymptomatic presentation of disease and their products may represent a risk as an indirect transmission pathway. In this work, we used PCR positivit ...
- Byadovskaya, O., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Transboundary and emerging diseases 2018 v.65 no.6 pp. 1514-1521
- Lumpy skin disease virus; altitude; blood; cattle; disease outbreaks; emerging diseases; genome; lumpy skin disease; lungs; milk; nose; polymerase chain reaction; sequence analysis; viruses; Russia
- ... In 2015, the lumpy skin disease virus spread throughout the Russian Federation. Following a modified stamping‐out campaign, the disease re‐emerged with a greater incidence across 16 regions of Southern and Central Russia. A total of 313 outbreaks were reported to OIE. The highest outbreak frequency was observed in the republics of Chechnya (108), Kalmykiya (57), and Ingushetiya (35). The disease c ...