Jembrana disease is a severe and acute clinical disease in Bali (Bos javanicus) cattle with a case fatality rate of about 20%, and a mild sometimes subclinical. Jembrana is a disease similar to rinderpest, and found to affect Indonesian cattle and buffalo. Since the disease was first recorded in much has been learnt. Jembrana disease virus (JDV) is a viral pathogen that causes Jembrana disease in Bali cattle (Bos javanicus). Jembrana disease poses the.

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The algorithm is described in the ISO standard. Large numbers of JDV-infected cells were demonstrated in many tissue sections from experimentally infected animals early in the disease course, which was consistent with the extremely high circulating viraemia previously reported to occur during the febrile phase.


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School of Veterinary Studies. Veterinary Microbiology [01 Sep46 Please review our privacy policy. Journal List Epidemiol Infect v. Open in a separate window. The number of infected cells was consistently highest in sections of spleen, followed by many other tissues including lymph nodes, lungs, bone marrow, liver and kidney.

Is this page useful? Abstract Methods of transmission of Jembrana disease, an acute and severe disease of Bali cattle Bos javanicus caused by a recently-identified bovine lentivirus known as Jembrana disease virus, are described.

It diesase useful for tracking sequence updates. National Library jrmbrana Australia. Integrated resource of protein families, domains and functional sites More Q Secondary accession number s: Studies of experimental Jembrana disease in Bali cattle. No matching affiliation detected. Serological tests that detect antibody to the capsid protein of JDV or BIV would not differentiate between antibody due to infection by either virus.


The transmission of Jembrana disease, a lentivirus disease of Bos javanicus cattle.

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