Volume 17, Number 4—April 2011
Animal Movement and Establishment of Vaccinia Virus Cantagalo Strain in Amazon Biome, Brazil
||No. farms tested/total no. farms*
||No. sick animals/total no. animals||Cohort†
|Age <12 mo
||Age 13–23 mo
||Age >24 mo
|Mato Grosso||12/21||26/535||28/491||0/579||0/412||277/1,611||0/510||331/4,138||331/2,637 (12.55)|
*Of the 56 affected farms, 23 had samples collected for PCR analysis. All farms tested had positive results for vaccinia virus Cantagalo strain.
†No. sick animals/total no. animals (%). Cohort consisted of female cattle >24 mo of age (considered lactating cows) and all calves <12 mo of age.
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