Una revisión sumaria sobre algunos virus veterinarios importantes en las Américas

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Sebastian Giraldo-Ramirez https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0380-6638 Santiago Rendon-Marin https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8210-9306 Julian Ruiz-Saenz https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1447-1458

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Los animales se han convertido en miembros esenciales de nuestra Sociedad, con roles que incluyen compañía, bienestar y terapia para algunas enfermedades, así como fuente de alimento para muchas poblaciones alrededor del mundo. Los animales destinados para el consumo humano como cerdos y bovinos, así como los animales de compañía, especialmente los gatos y perros están constantemente amenazados por múltiples agentes virales, lo cual pone en riesgo a los propietarios de mascotas y amenaza la seguridad alimentaria en las regiones. Sabiendo que el control o la erradicación es un problema complejo que involucra diversos aspectos, existe un éxito limitado respecto a esto para enfermedades virales tales como la fiebre aftosa, rabia, la peste porcina clásica o africana. Esta revisión tiene como objetivo mostrar las características más importantes, en el contexto epidemiológico, de virus de animales de producción, virus reemergentes que afectan animales de compañía y virus zoonóticos emergentes y reemergentes. Debido a que los patógenos virales afectan poblaciones animales y el bienestar humano, existe la necesidad de incrementar los esfuerzos en el control, monitoreo y erradicación de estos tanto de los animales de producción como en los animales de compañía. Por lo cual, las siguientes secciones contribuyen a mejorar el entendimiento de estos agentes virales y diseñar acciones de control en las Américas.

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