PANAFTOSAPan American Foot and Mouth Disease Center (aftosa is Spanish for aphthous fever virus - FMD virus)
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In early 2015, with agreement from all members of the CE Initiative, PANAFTOSA coordinated the data collection on all human and animal CE cases and program indicators for the period from 2009-2014.
We also thank PANAFTOSA (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) for its support and coordination with both the meeting planning and manuscript production.
Based upon these results, however, is difficult to estimate the real prevalence of VSV antibodies in the region since the Centro Panamericano de Febre Aftosa (PANAFTOSA) reports only cases notified from 2013 to the present.
Positivity to VSNJV is probably to this cross-reactivity because VSNJV is considered exotic in Brazil (OIE, 2010; PANAFTOSA, 2015). default.aspx%3fIdioma%3dp&Idioma=p.