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BuffaloPox Virus Disease
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BuffaloPox Virus Disease

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 Intoduction of BuffaloPox: BuffaloPox virus disease is most emerging disease with 80% morbidity in affected herd population. These are large DNA viruses that are capable of infecting buffaloes, cows and humans mostly.It belongs to family Poxviridae which is subdivided into two subfamilies: Chordopoxvirinae (pox ...

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Milk Borne Diseases list
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Milk Borne Diseases list

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Milk Borne Diseases list Milk Borne Diseases list   Milk borne diseases Causative Agent Source of Infection Sings/Symptoms Control Anthrax Bacillus anthraces Milk handlers External form: Malignant pustule, red inflamed swelling and fever Internal form: Pneumonia with ...

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Cow Pox viral disease of dairy animals
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Cow Pox viral disease of dairy animals

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Cow Pox viral disease of dairy animals It is caused by Orthopox virus having a place with family Poxviridae. Orhtopox infections are antigenically comparable. iayork Occurrence and Transmission of Cow Pox: Spread of this infection from animal to animal is by direct or indirect contact: milker's hands or ...

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Rabies: Introduction, Transmission, Clinical signs and vaccination
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Rabies: Introduction, Transmission, Clinical signs and vaccination

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Introduction: Rabies is a particular viral lethal encephalomyelitis influencing all warm‑blooded animals (however mainly carnivores) and described by the upsetting of the nervous system bringing on impedance with the consciousness, nervous irritability, and loss of motion. All warm-blooded animals with the ...

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Lumpy skin disease viral disease of bovines
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Lumpy skin disease viral disease of bovines

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Lumpy skin disease viral disease of bovines Lumpy skin disease is an irresistible, eruptive, periodically lethal illness of cows portrayed by nodules on the skin and different parts of the body. Secondary bacterial contamination regularly disturbs the condition. Generally, Lumpy skin disease is found in southern and ...

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African horse sickness, viral disease of horses
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African horse sickness, viral disease of horses

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African horse sickness, viral disease of horses African Horse Sickness (AHS) is a profoundly irresistible highly infectious, vector conceived viral ailment influencing all types of Equidae. It is named an Orbivirus of family Reoviridae, of which there are 9 serotypes. All serotypes are conveyed all through Africa, ...

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SWAMP fever in Horses (Viral disease)
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SWAMP fever in Horses (Viral disease)

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SWAMP FEVER: Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA), otherwise called SWAMP fever is a horse sickness brought about by a retrovirus and transmitted by bloodsucking creepy crawlies. timeincuk virus is mechanically transmitted starting with one horse then onto the next by the bloodsucking  flies, Tabanus, Stomoxys spp., ...

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