Open Access Research article

Bovine viral diarrhea virus in free-ranging wild ruminants in Switzerland: low prevalence of infection despite regular interactions with domestic livestock

Julien Casaubon1, Hans-Rudolf Vogt2, Hanspeter Stalder2, Corinne Hug2 and Marie-Pierre Ryser-Degiorgis1*

Author Affiliations

1 Centre for Fish and Wildlife Health (FIWI), Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

2 Institute of Veterinary Virology (IVV), Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

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BMC Veterinary Research 2012, 8:204  doi:10.1186/1746-6148-8-204

Published: 29 October 2012

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Additional file 1:

Raw data of the questionnaire survey on interactions among wild caprids (Alpine chamois and ibex) and among cervids (roe and red deer). Numbers refer to the number of game-wardens having reported the corresponding observation, i.e., number of analysed questionnaires (N total) and reported frequency of observations (1: never observed; 2: observed no more than once per year; 3: observed more than once per year).

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Raw data of the questionnaire survey on interactions between Alpine chamois and cervids. Numbers refer to the number of game-wardens having reported the corresponding observation, i.e., number of analysed questionnaires (N total) and reported frequency of observations (1: never observed; 2: observed no more than once per year; 3: observed more than once per year).

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Raw data of the questionnaire survey on interactions between Alpine ibex and cervids. Numbers refer to the number of game-wardens having reported the corresponding observation, i.e., number of analysed questionnaires (N total) and reported frequency of observations (1: never observed; 2: observed no more than once per year; 3: observed more than once per year).

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Additional file 4:

Raw data of the questionnaire survey on interactions between roe deer and domestic ruminants. Numbers refer to the number of game-wardens having reported the corresponding observation, i.e., number of analysed questionnaires (N) and reported frequency of observations (1: never observed; 2: observed no more than once per year; 3: observed more than once per year).

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Additional file 5:

Raw data of the questionnaire survey on interactions between red deer and domestic ruminants. Numbers refer to the number of game-wardens having reported the corresponding observation, i.e., number of analysed questionnaires (N) and reported frequency of observations (1: never observed; 2: observed no more than once per year; 3: observed more than once per year).

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Additional file 6:

Raw data of the questionnaire survey on interactions between Alpine chamois and domestic ruminants. Numbers refer to the number of game-wardens having reported the corresponding observation, i.e., number of analysed questionnaires (N) and reported frequency of observations (1: never observed; 2: observed no more than once per year; 3: observed more than once per year).

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Additional file 7:

Raw data of the questionnaire survey on interactions between Alpine ibex and domestic ruminants. Numbers refer to the number of game-wardens having reported the corresponding observation, i.e., number of analysed questionnaires (N) and reported frequency of observations (1: never observed; 2: observed no more than once per year; 3: observed more than once per year).

Format: PDF Size: 110KB Download file

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