PANAFTOSAPan American Foot and Mouth Disease Center (aftosa is Spanish for aphthous fever virus - FMD virus)
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Information by PANAFTOSA (2015) also indicated recent virus circulation in NE in the last years.
Positivity to VSNJV is probably to this cross-reactivity because VSNJV is considered exotic in Brazil (OIE, 2010; PANAFTOSA, 2015).
These findings agree with data by PANAFTOSA (2015), which reported confirmed cases/outbreaks of VS in the region in the last years, including those reported by CARGNELUTTI et al.