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Vesicular stomatitis outbreaks and surveillance in the United States, January 1980 through May 1984

, : Vesicular stomatitis outbreaks and surveillance in the United States, January 1980 through May 1984. Proceedings of the United States Animal Health Association 88: 337-345

New Jersey type vesicular stomatitis (NJVS) was diagnosed in 673 herds in the 1982-83 outbreak. A serological survey of 632 animals on Ossabaw Island, Georgia in 1981 revealed that 123 animals (27 wild animals, 54 feral swine and 42 domestic animals) were positive for NJVS virus.

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