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Roy, in Encyclopedia of Virology Third Edition A distinctive lesion in the mouths of the infected animals with severely affected, dark blue tongues was a characteristic symptom. That the disease was caused by a filterable agent was discovered in To date, based on serum-neutralization tests, 24 different serotypes have been isolated in tropical, semitropical, and temperate zones of the world including Africa, North and South America, Australia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and, more recently, Southern and Central Europe.

An important factor in the distribution of bluetongue virus BTV worldwide is the availability of suitable vectors, usually biting midges gnats of the genus Culicoides. Bluetongue disease has two different manifestations—reproductive problems and acute vasculitis of several organ systems. With vasculitis, a spiking fever often precedes depression, anorexia, and rapid weight loss.

Leukopenia is present. Affected animals may exhibit edema of the lips, tongue, throat, ears, and brisket.

Other s include excessive salivation and hyperemia or cyanosis of the oral mucosa, including the tongue hence the name bluetongue. A common finding is a profuse serous nasal discharge that soon becomes mucopurulent, with crusting and excoriations apparent around the nose and muzzle. Oral lesions progress to petechial hemorrhages, erosions, and ulcers. Pulmonary edema often is severe, and pneumonia may develop. Skin lesions can pro-gress to localized dermatitis. Affected sheep may exhibit stiffness or lameness because of muscular changes and laminitis.

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Cyanosis or hemorrhagic changes of the skin of the coronet can extend into the horny tissue. After recovery, a definite ridge in the horn of the hoof may be present for many months. In severe cases, the hoof sloughs. Mortality varies widely.

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The reproductive or teratogenic form of the disease varies greatly with strain, host, and environmental factors. Gary R. Mullen, C. Bluetongue disease is caused by Bluetongue virus BTV in the genus Orbivirus family Reoviridae, subfamily Sedoreovirinaewhich infects ruminants, notably sheep and cattle.

It was first recognized in South Africa in the early s after the introduction of European breeds. Historically, it has been limited between latitudes 40 degrees north and 35 degrees south, including North America, parts of Central America and South America bordering the Caribbean, southern Europe and countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and southern Africa.

However, it has made excursions from northern Africa and the eastern Mediterranean into northern Europe, where it had not been documented ly. Outbreaks occurred among cattle and sheep in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and Germany inand in Denmark, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom in This northern expansion of bluetongue serotype 8, with successful overwintering of the virus in northern Europe, has been attributed in part to wind-borne BTV-infected Culicoides females from endemic areas in the Mediterranean and to global climate changes.

BTV-8 was not reported again in Europe until in central France.

In the United States, Bluetongue virus was first isolated in in Texas from sheep exhibiting a condition known as soremuzzle. No cases have been reported in Alaska or Hawaii. Canada remains largely bluetongue-free; detection of infected animals was reported there only in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia during localized outbreaks in andapparently originating from cattle imported from the United States.

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Historically, the global distribution of bluetongue has been relatively well-defined, with many parts of the world remaining largely bluetongue-free. This has led to restrictions on international trade and the movement of cattle and sheep from endemic areas to bluetongue-free zones.

The regions where bluetongue occurs can be divided into fairly discrete epidemiological systems, or episystemsreflecting the geographic occurrence of major vector species. These include, for example, North America C. BTV represents an antigenic complex with at least 27 currently recognized serotypes that vary ificantly in their pathogenicity. Occurrence of clinical bluetongue disease in cattle tends to be sporadic, often involving only one or a few animals in a given herd. Occasionally, however, epizootics occur. After outbreaks in Cyprus inTurkey inand Israel inmajor epizootics occurred in Europe in the late s, when an estimatedsheep died in Spain and Portugal.

BTV has since been introduced to the Caribbean islands, bordering countries of South and Central America, and Australia, where it was first detected in Serosurveys for detecting antibodies to BTV indicate that most sheep and cattle that are exposed to the virus do not develop clinical s.

As a result, animals typically remain asymptomatic and often serve as unrecognized sources of infection for other animals. However, under circumstances that are poorly understood, some animals develop varying degrees of illness ranging from mild infections to acute, fatal disease. In severe cases, animals develop lesions about the mouth and muzzle Fig.

Acutely infected animals often exhibit lameness and a characteristic arched back resulting from efforts to keep weight off their painful hooves Figs. Death primarily from congestion of the lungs and massive internal hemorrhaging. Figure Sheep with bluetongue disease; infected host with characteristic arched back, tender hooves, and hanging head.

Black Angus calf in late stage of bluetongue disease, with general depression, hanging head, labored breathing, and difficulty standing. Oral and muzzle lesions in Black Angus calf with bluetongue disease. Reproduction is also affected and can result in underweight calves at birth, congenital deformities, stillbirths, and abortions. The severity of reproductive impact is due in large part to the time during gestation when the infection occurs.

Infections in the early stages of fetal development can result in aborted or stillborn calves. Infections that occur later in gestation are more likely to result in congenital deformities and underweight calves at birth.

The virus is also found in semen of infected bulls. Consequently, restrictions are placed on the exportation of semen and live animals from endemic bluetongue areas for artificial insemination and other breeding purposes. The resulting economic impact on the livestock industry in the United States for mandatory testing of animals and losses in the foreign market are substantial, totaling millions of dollars annually.

The common occurrence of multiple serotypes of BTV in the same geographic area has hampered the use of immunization to protect livestock from infection.

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Polyvalent vaccines have been developed but generally have not been effective. Natural immunity is acquired by sheep after their recovery from this disease, but it is limited to the particular serotype with which the animal was infected. Cattle apparently do not develop ificant immunity after infection. The primary mode of transmission of BTV is by the bite of infected Culicoides midges. Based on experimental studies with C. The intrinsic incubation period is temperature-dependent 10—20 daysafter which the midge can transmit the virus at subsequent feedings.

After infection, the Culicoides host remains infective throughout its life. Infection rates are highly variable, depending on the Culicoides species and the geographic populations involved. Selective breeding in laboratory colonies has produced both susceptible and highly resistant lines, indicating the complexity of factors influencing the vector competence of Culicoides species involved in the epizootiology of this disease.

Transmission of BTV also occurs venereally via semen of infected rams and bulls.

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When introduced into the female genital tract, the virus potentially can infect the adult animal and, if she is pregnant, the developing embryo or fetus. No methods have been developed to destroy the virus in semen of infected animals. The virus can survive indefinitely in frozen semen samples.

Biting midges of the genus Culicoides are the only vectors of BTV. The following are known or suspected vectors. In North America, the primary vector is C. In the Caribbean Basin, the primary vector is C. In Africa, the primary vectors are C. In Asia and the Indian subcontinent, vectors include C.

In Australia the primary vector is C. Blue tongue virus BTVthe cause of blue tongue BT disease in mainly small ruminants, is a member of the genus Orbivirus within the Reoviridae family; currently, 26 serotypes are distinguished, most commonly occurring in tropical and subtropical areas. A large scale epizootic of BTV infection, causing high morbidity and mortality on a of the Mediterranean islands and later in most countries bordering the northern Mediterranean coast, occurred between andwith over 0.

BT disease is mostly confined to sheep, although some highly virulent strains occasionally cause disease in goats; there was no evidence of disease in cattle until the emergence of an unusual strain of BTV serotype 8 BTV-8 in The Netherlands and Germany inwith subsequent spread through most of Western Europe and into England and southern parts of the Scandinavian countries. BTV-8 can cross the placenta in ruminants causing congenital defects, is excreted in semen, and can cause mild disease in a very small proportion of infected cattle.

However, cattle are generally considered to be the amplifying mammalian host and can carry infectious virus for many weeks, long after the development of an antibody response.

The clinical outcome of a BTV infection, as with other arthropod-borne viral entities, is dependent on numerous HPE interactions. Seasonal outbreaks of BT due to BTV serotypes 1, 2, 4, 9, and 16 have appeared regularly in Mediterranean regions since