HoBi-like is the most prevalent ruminant pestivirus in Northeastern Brazil.

  title={HoBi-like is the most prevalent ruminant pestivirus in Northeastern Brazil.},
  author={Simone da Luz Silveira and L F Baumbach and Matheus Weber and Ana Cristina Sbaraini M{\'o}sena and Mariana Soares da Silva and Samuel Paulo Cibulski and Mauro Riegert Borba and Rodrigo da Silva Maia and Val{\'e}ria Cristina Chistello Coimbra and Geraldo Marcos de Moraes and Julia F. Ridpath and Cl{\'a}udio W Canal},
  journal={Transboundary and emerging diseases},
  volume={65 1},
The ruminant pestiviral species BVDV-1, BVDV-2 and BDV, along with the putative species HoBi-like, may cause substantial economic losses in cattle, sheep and goats. Brazil's large size, variable biomes and wide range of ruminant animal production within different geographic regions suggest that the presence and prevalence of ruminant pestivirus may differ by regions within Brazil. This study investigated the genetic diversity of ruminant pestiviruses and determined the frequency of active… CONTINUE READING
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