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The impact of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus on public health.
Climatic, environmental and economic changes, as well as the steadily increasing global trade and personal mobility provide ample opportunities for emerging pathogens with zoonotic potential toExpand
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Full genome sequence of peste des petits ruminants virus, a member of the Morbillivirus genus.
Peste des petits ruminants virus (PPRV) causes an acute febrile illness in small ruminant species, mostly sheep and goats. PPRV is a member of the Morbillivirus genus which includes measles,Expand
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Serological evidence of West Nile Virus (WNV) in mammalian species in Turkey.
In this study, the sera collected from a variety of mammalian species (ass-mules, cat, cattle, dog, horse, human and sheep) in 10 representative provinces of Turkey, were surveyed for the presence ofExpand
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Border disease virus (BDV) infections of small ruminants in Turkey: a new BDV subgroup?
Blood samples from sheep and/or goats from eight small ruminant flocks in the Turkish provinces of Aydin and Burdur were tested for the presence of Pestiviruses using an antigen-capture ELISA. FromExpand
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Molecular epidemiology of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus in Turkey: occurrence of local topotype.
The goal of this study was to investigate the molecular epidemiology of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (CCHFV) in Turkey. The study was performed on a total of 48 confirmed human CCHF casesExpand
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Phlebovirus and Leishmania detection in sandflies from eastern Thrace and northern Cyprus
BackgroundPhlebotomine sandflies are vectors of several pathogens with significant impact for public health. This study was conducted to investigate and characterize phlebovirus and LeishmaniaExpand
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Serological, Molecular and Entomological Surveillance Demonstrates Widespread Circulation of West Nile Virus in Turkey
West Nile virus (WNV), a mosquito-borne flavivirus with significant impact on human and animal health, has recently demonstrated an expanded zone of activity globally. The aim of this study is toExpand
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Virological and serological studies on the role of PI-3 virus, BRSV, BVDV and BHV-1 on respiratory infections of cattle. I. The detection of etiological agents by direct immunofluorescence technique.
Nasal cells extracted from nasal swabs obtained from 95 cattle with signs of respiratory disease, out of eleven different herds, were tested for BHV-1, PI-3 virus, BRSV and BVDV using directExpand
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A viral infection of the hand commonly seen after the feast of sacrifice: human orf (orf of the hand).
Orf of the hand is an uncommon zoonotic infection caused by a dermotropic DNA virus that belongs to the Parapoxvirus genus of the family Poxviridae. It is transmitted to humans through contact withExpand
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Incriminating bluetongue virus vectors with climate envelope models
Summary 1 The spread of vector-borne diseases into new areas, commonly attributed to environmental change or increased trade and travel, could be exacerbated if novel vector species in newlyExpand
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