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Department of Veterinary Sciences|College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Vescular Stomatitis in Native Rodents

Vesicular stomatitis is a vesiculating disease of cattle and horses which can be mistaken for foot and mouth disease.   For that reason, in addition to its intriguing epidemiology, it is a disease of considerable regulatory and diagnostic interest.  Dr. Todd Cornish studied VS for his doctoral dissertation and is currently involved in developing rapid diagnostic assays for the disease.

Investigator: Dr. Todd Cornish


  • Cornish TE, Stallknecht DE, Brown CC, Seal BS, Howerth EW: 2001, Pathogenesis of experimental vesicular stomatitis virus (New Jersey serotype) infection in the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus). Vet Pathol. 38(4):396-406

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