Vaccinia virus is not inactivated after thermal treatment and cheese production using experimentally contaminated milk.

@article{Oliveira2010VacciniaVI,
  title={Vaccinia virus is not inactivated after thermal treatment and cheese production using experimentally contaminated milk.},
  author={T{\'e}rcia M Ludoulfo de Oliveira and Izabelle Silva Rehfeld and Jaqueline Maria Ferreira Siqueira and J{\^o}natas Santos Abrah{\~a}o and Rafael Kroon Campos and Andr{\'e}ia Kelly R dos Santos and M{\^o}nica Maria Oliveira Pinho Cerqueira and Erna Geessien Kroon and Z{\'e}lia In{\^e}s Portela Lobato},
  journal={Foodborne pathogens and disease},
  year={2010},
  volume={7 12},
  pages={1491-6}
}
Bovine vaccinia is an emergent zoonosis caused by the Vaccinia virus (VACV). The disease is characterized by the appearance of exanthematic lesions that occur in humans and dairy cows. Previous studies have revealed the presence of infectious viral particles in milk samples during an outbreak of bovine vaccinia in Brazil, indicating the possibility of… CONTINUE READING