Vesicular stomatitis Indiana virus (VSIV) . VSIV can infect insects, cattle, horses, pigs and humans. The disease was first documented in the 1930s in Europe in association with heavy losses in rainbow
VHSV is believed to have negative impacts on a number of important Atlantic, Pacific, and Great Lakes fish species
The virus’ ability to gain access to aquaculture farms has also positioned it as a disease of utmost priority once detected in these settings In general, VHSV causes severe degeneration in the hematopoietic tissues of affected fish Based on historical and current data, it is feared that VHSV will continue to mutate, expand to other geographic areas, and infect new host species.
Virus infects Homosapiens (human). Isolation Host: Bat Genotype 1, classic rabies, is prevalent throughout the world and can be carried by any mammal. The other genotypes (types 2 through 7) have much less diversity in carriers Bats are known to be an animal vector for all but one of the seven genotypes
It primarily infect cattle. EPHEMERAL FEVER VIRUS, BOVINE is the type species and includes bovine ephemeral fever virus
known to infect aquatic hosts They can be transmitted from fish to fish, by waterborne virus, as well as through contaminated eggs. Replication and thermal inactivation temperatures are generally lower than for other rhabdoviruses given the cold-blooded nature of their hosts
This is one of 2 plant virus genera in the family Rhabdoviridae It was previously known as Plant Rhabdovirus group A The genus is characterised by its bacilliform, enveloped, particles which contain a monopartite ssRNA genome and which mature in the cytoplasm of the host plant cell
This is one of 2 plant virus genera in the family Rhabdoviridae It was previously known as Plant Rhabdovirus group B.
The Rhabdoviridae family contains only two viruses that infect humans RABIES VESICULAR STOMATIS VIRUS RHABDOVIRIDAE
RABIES VSVDISEASE anxiety, confusion, a flu-like illness agitation, paranoia, and hallucinations with a rapid progression to coma and even death.TRANSMISSION a bite from an insects infected animalTREATMENT post exposure prohylaxis No specific treatment is (P.E.P.) which includes available proper wound washing and care, virucidal antisepticPREVENTION administering human Control relies on rabies immunoglobulin biosecurity protocols, (HRIG) and rabies quarantine, isolation and vaccine. disinfection to ensure the viral disease does not enter a country or herd