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Title: Seroprevalence and Risk Factors Possibly Associated with Emerging Zoonotic Vaccinia Virus in a Farming Community, Colombia
Author: Styczynski, Ashley
Burgado, Jillybeth
Walteros, Diana M.
Usme-Ciro, Jose A.
Laiton, Katherine
Pinilla-Farias, Alejandra
Nakazawa, Yoshinori
Chapman, Christina
Davidson, Whitni
Mauldin, Matthew
Morgan, Clint
Martinez-Ceron, Juan
Patiña, Edilson
Lopez-Sepulveda, Leidy L.
Torres, Claudia P.
Cruz-Suarez, Anyely E.
Paez-Olaya, Gina
Riveros, Carlos E.
Cepeda, Diana Y.
Acosta-Lopez, Leydi
Gomez-Espinosa, Daniela
Gutierrez-Lozada, Faiber A.
Li, Yu
Satheshkumar, P. S.
Reynolds, Mary
Gracia-Romero, Martha
Petersen, Brett
Email autor: jose.usmec@campusucc.edu.co
ashley.styczynski@gmail.com
metadata.dc.description.cvlac: https://scienti.minciencias.gov.co/cvlac/visualizador/generarCurriculoCv.do?cod_rh=0000318507
Issue Date: 14-Nov-2019
Keywords: Seroprevalencia
Virus Vaccinia
Colombia
Factores de riesgo
Abstract: In 2014, vaccinia virus (VACV) infections were identified among farmworkers in Caquetá Department, Colombia; additional cases were identified in Cundinamarca Department in 2015. VACV, an orthopoxvirus (OPXV) used in the smallpox vaccine, has caused sporadic bovine and human outbreaks in countries such as Brazil and India. In response to the emergence of this disease in Colombia, we surveyed and collected blood from 134 farmworkers and household members from 56 farms in Cundinamarca Department. We tested serum samples for OPXV antibodies and correlated risk factors with seropositivity by using multivariate analyses. Fifty-two percent of farmworkers had OPXV antibodies; this percentage decreased to 31% when we excluded persons who would have been eligible for smallpox vaccination. The major risk factors for seropositivity were municipality, age, smallpox vaccination scar, duration of time working on a farm, and animals having vaccinia-like lesions. This investigation provides evidence for possible emergence of VACV as a zoonosis in South America.
Program: Medicina
Headquarters: Santa Marta
Type: Artículo
Citation: Styczynski, A., Burgado, J., Walteros, D., Usme-Ciro, J., Laiton, K., Farias, A....Petersen, B. (2019). Seroprevalence and Risk Factors Possibly Associated with Emerging Zoonotic Vaccinia Virus in a Farming Community, Colombia. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 25(12), 2169-2176. https://dx.doi.org/10.3201/eid2512.181114.
Resource reference: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/25/12/18-1114_article
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