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WIKIPEDIA - Deer tick virus. Pathogenic member virus of Powassan virus Deer tick virus (DTV) is a virus in the genus Flavivirus spread via ticks that causes encephalitis.[1] Taxonomy[edit] DTV closely resembles Powassan virus (to which it has 84% nucleotide sequence identity and 94% amino acid sequence identity).[3] Due to their close similarities, DTV is also called Powassan virus lineage II.[4] The DTV lineage is presumed to be maintained between Ixodes scapularis, or deer ticks, and the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus).[5] Epidemiology[edit] DTV has a strong prevalence in the northeastern and north central part of the United States, although little to no human infections have been reported.

WIKIPEDIA - Deer tick virus.

History[edit] In 1997, it was isolated from I. scapularis ticks collected in Massachusetts and Connecticut.[6] In 2017, another fatal case of DTV was documented when a 72-year-old woman was admitted to a hospital in Maine with a fever, low blood pressure, and urination problems. See also[edit] [edit] UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH - 2009 - Babesia capreoli infections in alpine chamois (rupicapra R. Rupicapra), roe deer (capreolus C. Capreolus) and red deer (cervus elaphus) from Switzerland. Proceedings of the 18th Wildlife Damage Management Conference. (J.B. Armstrong, G.R. Gallagher, Eds.). 2019. The Prevalence of Two Common Internal Parasites in White-tailed Deer With and Without Significant Interaction With Domestic Sheep. PENN STATE NEWS 30/05/19 New records show spread of parasitic deer flies across the US. UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — With flattened bodies, grabbing forelegs and deciduous wings, deer keds do not look like your typical fly.

PENN STATE NEWS 30/05/19 New records show spread of parasitic deer flies across the US

These parasites of deer — which occasionally bite humans — are more widely distributed across the U.S. than previously thought, according to Penn State entomologists, who caution that deer keds may transmit disease-causing bacteria. "It was more or less known where deer keds are found, but very broadly," said Michael Skvarla, extension educator and director of the Insect Identification Lab in the Department of Entomology at Penn State.

"We don't know if deer keds transmit pathogens (disease-causing microorganisms), but if they do, then knowing where they are at more precisely could be important in terms of telling people to watch out for them. " PARASITOLOGY RESEARCH 29/09/20 Sarcocystis spp. infection in South American deer huemul (Hippocamelus bisulcus) and pudu (Pudu puda) from Patagonian National Parks, Argentina. PARASITOLOGY RESEARCH 24/03/20 Tick burden on European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) from Saxony, Germany, and detection of tick-borne encephalitis virus in attached ticks. Parasitology International Volume 76, June 2020, Prevalence and phylogenetic analysis of Cryptosporidium infections in Yezo sika deer (Cervus nippon yesoensis) in the Tokachi sub-prefecture of Hokkaido, Japan.

Parasitology International Volume 75, April 2020, Molecular identification of two Sarcocystis species in fallow deer (Dama dama) from Lithuania. METHODOLOGY 18/03/20 Multiplex PCRs for the specific identification of marsupial and deer species from faecal samples as a basis for non-invasive epidemiological studies of parasites. 1.Taberlet P, Waits LP, Luikart G.

METHODOLOGY 18/03/20 Multiplex PCRs for the specific identification of marsupial and deer species from faecal samples as a basis for non-invasive epidemiological studies of parasites

Noninvasive genetic sampling: look before you leap. Trends Ecol Evol. 1999;14:323–7.CAS PubMed Article Google Scholar 2.Dalén L, Götherström A, Angerbjörn A. Identifying species from pieces of faeces. Conserv Genet. 2004;5:109–11.Article Google Scholar 3.Waits LP, Paetkau D. Noninvasive genetic sampling tools for wildlife biologists: a review of applications and recommendations for accurate data collection.

LSUAGCENTER 29/05/20 Fatal Virus Diseases of Deer Transmitted by Insects. Lane Foil, Mike Becker and Claudia Husseneder Two viruses that can lead to massive disease outbreaks with death of white-tailed deer are bluetongue virus (BTV) and epizootic hemorrhagic disease virus (EHDV).

LSUAGCENTER 29/05/20 Fatal Virus Diseases of Deer Transmitted by Insects

These viruses are primarily transmitted between ruminants by the biting midges of the genus Culicoides. In Louisiana, these flies are commonly called gnats and are nasty pests that can ruin a good day in environments like coastal marshes, particularly under calm conditions because these flies are weak flyers. Approximately 22 species of Culicoides are found in Louisiana, and some are associated with health issues in horses and cattle. The bluetongue and epizootic hemorrhagic disease viruses, however, cause acute hemorrhagic disease of both wild and captive deer with mortality rates exceeding 50% in infected animals. The LSU AgCenter Bob R. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology Volume 23, Issue 2, June 2020, Seasonal surveillance of deer and horse flies (Diptera: Tabanidae), Gyeonggi province, Republic of Korea. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE RESEARCH 06/07/19 Mapping parasite transmission risk from white-tailed deer to a declining moose population.

Acosta-Jamett G, Chalmers WSK, Cunningham AA, Cleaveland S, Handel IG, Bronsvoort BM (2011) Urban domestic dog populations as a source of canine distemper virus for wild carnivores in the Coquimbo region of Chile.

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE RESEARCH 06/07/19 Mapping parasite transmission risk from white-tailed deer to a declining moose population

Vet Microbiol 152:247–257CAS PubMed Google Scholar Aho RW, Hendrickson J (1989) Reproduction and mortality of moose translocated from Ontario to Michigan. Alces 25:75–80 Google Scholar Albert J (2017) Elk restoration project continues in northeastern Minnesota. Whitetales Fall :31–32Anderson RP (2013) A framework for using niche models to estimate impacts of climate change on species distributions. Ann N Y Acad Sci 1297:8–28PubMed Google Scholar Anderson RP (2017) When and how should biotic interactions be considered in models of species niches and distributions? Vestnik zoologii,44(1): 15–22, 2010 HELMINTH FAUNA OF ROE DEER (CAPREOLUS CAPREOLUS) IN UKRAINE: BIODIVERSITY AND PARASITE COMMUNITY. MASSEY UNIVERSITY - 1998 - Thèse en ligne : Internal parasitism and growth of farmed deer fed different forage species. REV. SCI. TECH. OFF. INT. EPIZ. - 2002 - Viral, parasitic and prion diseases of farmed deer and bison. OMAFRA 01/03/98 Étude des maladies et parasites des cervidés d'élevage.

Dans ce document, les maladies et parasites ont été classés dans les catégories suivantes : maladies bactériennes, virales, fongiques, parasitiques ou autres.

OMAFRA 01/03/98 Étude des maladies et parasites des cervidés d'élevage

Table des matières Maladies bactériennes Anaplasmose L'anaplasmose est causée par Anaplasma marginale, un organisme à rickettsies transporté par un vecteur. Il cause une infection subclinique dans tous les groupes d'ongulés aux États-Unis, et il est capable de causer une maladie hémolytique chez les bovins (Radostits et coll., 1994). Situation au Canada/en Ontario. OMAFRA - 2000 - Parasites et cerfs. Les parasites internes des cerfs et leur biologie.

OMAFRA - 2000 - Parasites et cerfs

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - JUIN 2012 - Potential Diseases and Parasites of White-tailed Deer in Missouri. Robert A.

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - JUIN 2012 - Potential Diseases and Parasites of White-tailed Deer in Missouri

Pierce IIFisheries and Wildlife State SpecialistSchool of Natural Resources Emily FlinnResource ScientistMissouri Department of Conservation White-tailed deer are susceptible to a variety of diseases, parasites and injuries. VET AGRO SUP LYON - 2011 - Santé, immunité et parasitisme dans les populations de chevreuils.