border disease


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border disease

an infectious disease of sheep originally described in the Anglo-Scottish border area of the United Kingdom, but subsequently reported from most of the major sheep-producing countries. Caused by a pestivirus (border disease virus) and manifest with abortion, stillbirths, barren ewes and the birth of small weak lambs some of which have an abnormally hairy birth coat, gross tremor of skeletal muscles, inferior growth and a variable degree of skeletal deformity. The disease results from congenital infection and affected sheep are persistently infected. Called also hairy shaker disease.

border disease virus (BDV)
a pestivirus in the family Flaviviridae.
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BDV, border disease virus; BVDV, bovine viral diarrhea virus; CSFV, classical swine fever virus.
Outbreaks of border disease in goats induced by a pestivirus-contaminated orf vaccine, with virus transmission to sheep and cattle.
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Nucleotide sequence analysis of the structural gene coding region of the pestivirus border disease virus.
Molecular characterization assigned this virus to the border disease virus (BDV) cluster, 1 of the 4 main species of the genus Pestivirus (2,3).
Severe outbreak of disease in the Southern chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica) associated with border disease virus infection.
Epidemiological study of border disease virus infection in southern chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica) after an outbreak of disease in the Pyrenees (NE Spain).
Presumptive diagnostic differentiation of hog cholera virus from bovine viral diarrhea and border disease viruses by using a cDNA nested-amplification approach.
Antigenic and molecular characterization of border disease virus isolates from Spain.
Praesidium members also agreed on the extension of the scope of Article 174 (Co-ordination actions, additional and support measures for public health) of Part III to combating major cross border diseases.
Establishing environmental links to border diseases such as cancer, systemic lupus erythematosus, and neural tube defects is difficult.

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