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An expert opinion assessment of blood-feeding arthropods based on their capacity to transmit African swine fever virus in Metropolitan France.

Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety performed an expert knowledge elicitation. In total, 15 different BFA s were selected as potential vectors by the ad hoc working group involved. Ten criteria ...

Longitudinal monitoring of Culicoides in Belgium between 2007 and 2011: local variation in population dynamics parameters warrant cautious use of monitoring data.

biting midges were collected with OVI black light traps set-up in close proximity to livestock. RESULTS: In total, 42 different Culicoides species were morphologically identified. Species of the subgenus ...

Reconstruction of the Schmallenberg virus epidemic in Belgium: Complementary use of disease surveillance approaches.

suspicions subsequently increased in adult cattle in August 2011. That month, first SBV positive pools of Culicoides were detected and extensive virus circulation occurred in Belgium during late summer and ...

Schmallenberg virus circulation in culicoides in Belgium in 2012: field validation of a real time RT-PCR approach to assess virus replication and dissemination in midges.

Reaction Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction RNA, Viral Virus Replication Abstract: Indigenous Culicoides biting midges are suggested to be putative vectors for the recently emerged Schmallenberg ...

Detection of Schmallenberg virus in different Culicoides spp. by real-time RT-PCR.

Polymerase Chain Reaction Seasons Abstract: To identify possible vectors of Schmallenberg virus (SBV), we tested pools containing heads of biting midges (Culicoides) that were caught during the summer and ...

Vector monitoring at Belgian outbreak sites during the bluetongue epidemic of 2006.

transmitting the disease. Black light traps were deployed at 36 outbreak sites and captured 1959 Culicoides specimens belonging to 16 different species. Eighty four percent of the biting midges captured belonged ...

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