Ganjam virus (GANV), a tick-borne arbovirus of veterinary importance causing high morbidity and mortality to exotic and crossbred sheep and goats, is widely prevalent in India (1).
Isolation of Ganjam virus from ticks collected off domestic animals around Pune, Maharashtra, India.
Isolation of Ganjam virus from a human case of febrile illness: a report of a laboratory infection and serological survey of human sera from three different states of India.
Isolation of Ganjam virus from the bird tick Haemaphysalis wellingtoni, Nuttall and Warburton, 1907.
Studies on Ganjam virus with reference to viremia in vertebrate hosts & development of antibodies.
However, the closely related Ganjam virus is found in India, which may imply that NSDV has been transported in ticks on animals imported to India from Africa.
YFV, DENV, RVFV, Ganjam virus, and NSDV are excluded from the Table because they only arise as imported viruses.