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Столяренко Людмила Дмитрівна


редактор В. Горбов

коректори А. Колесникова, С. Пономарьова

художник С. Каштанов

Оригінал-макет А. Ільінова

Ліцензія ЛР № 065194 від 2 червня 1997 р

Здано в набір 01.12.98 р Підписано до друку 09.03.99 Формат 84x108 1/. Папір газетний. Гарнітура Шкільна. Тираж 10 000 Замовлення № 67

Видавництво «Фенікс» 344007, г. Ростов-на-Дону, пров. Соборний, 17.

Віддруковано з готових діапозитивів у ЗАТ «Книга» 344019, г. Ростов-на-Дону, вул. Радянська, 57.

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Schmallenberg virus


Between August and October 2011, outbreaks of disease in adult cattle that included fever, reduced milk yield, loss of appetite, loss of body condition and diarrhoea were reported in the Netherlands and Germany. Testing for common causes proved negative.

From December 2011, abortion and stillbirths associated with foetal abnormalities, affecting mainly sheep but also cattle and goats, were identified in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.

A new virus was identified in November 2011 as the cause of both conditions. This was named 'Schmallenberg virus' (SBV) after the German town where the virus was first identified.

In early 2012 the first cases were suspected in the south and east of England. In these initial cases, the disease was diagnosed following the testing of deformed lambs. Since then, the disease has been diagnosed across a large area of ??Southern and central England, in affected lambs and calves.

Schmallenberg virus is in the Simbu serogroup of the Orthobunyavirus group. This group of viruses includes many different viruses which occur in Asia, Africa and Australia, but have not previously been identified in Europe.

The disease is widely distributed in Europe.

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