+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

The airborne dispersal of foot-and-mouth disease virus from vaccinated and recovered pigs, cattle and sheep after exposure to infection

The airborne dispersal of foot-and-mouth disease virus from vaccinated and recovered pigs, cattle and sheep after exposure to infection

Research in Veterinary Science 23(1): 70-75

Foot-and-mouth disease virus was detected during two periods in the air of looseboxes which housed susceptible, vaccinated or recovered pigs, cattle or sheep exposed to infection. The first was 30 min to 22 h after exposure and occurred in all animals. The second was two to seven days after exposure and occurred with those susceptible and vaccinated animals which developed clinical lesions, and with vaccinated and recovered pigs and sheep, which did not develop clinical lesions. Vaccination of animals before exposure resulted in less or no virus being detected. The virus during the first period was attributed to virus trapped on the animal during exposure, and the virus during the second period to limited multiplication in the respiratory tract. Control of movement for two weeks after contact with infection is suggested as a means of preventing spread of foot-and-mouth disease in areas that contain vaccinated animals.

Please choose payment method:

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 041573503

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

PMID: 198862

Related references

Exposure of vaccinated bulls and steers to airborne infection with foot-and-mouth disease. Veterinary Record 85(7): 198-199, 1969

Pathogenesis of Primary Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus Infection in the Nasopharynx of Vaccinated and Non-Vaccinated Cattle. Plos one 10(11): E0143666, 2015

Response of sheep vaccinated with large doses of vaccine to challenge by airborne foot and mouth disease virus. Vaccine 2(2): 157-161, 1984

Foot and mouth disease virus transmission among vaccinated pigs after exposure to virus shedding pigs. Vaccine 25(34): 6381-6391, 2007

Growth of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus in the Upper Respiratory Tract of Non-Immunized, Vaccinated, and Recovered Cattle after Intranasal Inoculation. The Journal of Hygiene 76(3): 467-481, 1976

Growth of foot-and-mouth disease virus in the upper respiratory tract of non-immunized, vaccinated, and recovered cattle after intranasal inoculation. Journal of Hygiene 76(3): 467-481, 1976

I. Culture of Foot and Mouth Disease Virus in Skin Cultures of Cattle and Sheep Embryos. II. Infection and Immunity Tests with Foot and Mouth Disease Virus Grown in vitro. Staatsveearts. Onderzoek.-inst, The Hague: Algemeene Landsdrukkerij., 18, 1935

Cattle, sheep and pigs vaccinated against foot and mouth disease: does trade in these animals and their products present a risk of transmitting the disease?. Revue Scientifique et Technique 30(1): 189-206, 2011

Detection of foot-and-mouth disease virus infection in vaccinated cattle. Polish Journal of Veterinary Sciences 8(4): 283-287, 2005

Quantities of infectious virus and viral RNA recovered from sheep and cattle experimentally infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus O UK 2001. Journal of General Virology 83(Pt 8): 1915-1923, 2002

Systemic immune response and virus persistence after foot-and-mouth disease virus infection of naïve cattle and cattle vaccinated with a homologous adenovirus-vectored vaccine. Bmc Veterinary Research 12: 205, 2016

Excretion of foot and mouth disease virus following experimental infection of vaccinated cattle. Arch. exp. VetMed 20: 1325-1337, 1966

I. Preliminary observations on virus growth in the pharynx and viraemia after intradermolingual inoculation of cattle with foot-and-mouth disease virus. II. Further observation on neutralizing activity of oesophageal pharyngeal fluid of cattle after exposure to foot-and-mouth disease virus. Boletin del Centro Panamericano de Fiebre Aftosa (27/28): 13-17, 19-22, 23-24, 25-26, 1977

Detection of virus infection-associated antigen and 3D antibodies in cattle vaccinated against foot and mouth disease. Revue Scientifique et Technique 16(3): 833-840, 1997

Foot and mouth disease virus type O infection in vaccinated cross-bred cattle. Agricultural science digest 2(3-4): 239-241, 1982