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We obtained 2 distinct VACV isolates from the same clinical sample from 1 eye of a rural worker.
VACV is the etiological agent of bovine vaccinia, a zoonotic and emerging disease with great importance in dairy cattle and public health in some Brazilian regions (TRINDADE et al.
2013) who experimentally infected the cow with bovine VACV (BPXV has close homology with VACV, no data is available regarding hematology of BPXV infected buffaloes) and recorded that there was leukocytosis with neutrophilia and lymphocytosis.
He reported a needle stick in his left thumb had occurred on November 17 while he was inoculating a mouse by scarification with VACV.
Polar compounds are expected to be responsible for the antiviral activity of the EE extract which has disclosed significant effect against HHV-1, VACV and DEN 2.
27) Despite these similarities, Muriae virus had unique characteristics that allowed its differentiation from other samples of VACV.
Data on the antibody classes elicited by live-modified VACV administration in humans and NHPs are scarce or unavailable (33).
Apos o resultado negativo nos testes para esses virus, suabes das lesoes, fragmentos de tecidos e crostas foram enviados para a pesquisa de agentes que fazem parte do diagnostico diferencial destas enfermidades, como o VACV, BPSV, PCPV e herpesvirus bovino do tipo 2 (BoHV-2).
On July 8, an infectious disease physician who was consulted raised the possibility of suspected VACV infection, among other more common viral or bacterial etiologies, because of histopathologic changes noted in the patient's eye specimens.
During 2005-2007, five cases of laboratory-acquired VACV infection were reported to CDC from state health departments and health-care providers in the United States.
In Brazil, natural infections with VACV are called bovine vaccinia (BV) and are reported in rural areas, mainly in milking cattle and in men who are in close contact with these animals.