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Swine Health-Foreign Animal Disease
Low Cost Mobile CO2 Vaporizer System Prototype – 2020
Currently there is a lack of mobile, low-cost vaporizer systems readily available to provide CO2 gas for large scale depopulation at swine operations. To better utilize CO2 for depopulation, there is...
Swine Health-Foreign Animal Disease
Validating Pathogen Nucleic Acid Extraction from Animal Feed and Feed Ingredients
The risk of feed serving as a vehicle for pathogen introduction into swine farms and production systems became evident after the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) outbreak in the US in 2013....
Swine Health-Foreign Animal Disease
Susceptibility of Pigs to FMDV Infection Via Natural Ingestion: Establishing Minimum Oral Infectious Dose and Evaluating Potential Benefits of Chemical Mitigants
Import of animal feed and feed ingredients from other countries can lead to unintentional import of foreign pathogens, such as viruses. While there are many rules controlling imports of animals and...
Swine Health-Foreign Animal Disease
Inactivation of African Swine Fever Virus on Stainless Steel and Concrete with Commercial Disinfectants and Organic Acids
The primary purpose of this research study was to determine if liquid microbicides commonly used in swine production facilities demonstrated virucidal efficacy against African swine fever virus...
Swine Health-Foreign Animal Disease
Evaluation of African Swine Fever Virus Nucleic Acid Detection Dynamics in Swine in Oral Fluid Samples Collected After the Detection of the Presence of the ASF Virus in Pigs from Commercial Establishments
Acquiring ASF positive samples from an endemic country to test at FADDL will help to determine how these samples types and diagnostic tests can be utilized during an ASF response in the US. Samples...
Swine Health-Foreign Animal Disease
Small-Scale, In-Barn Carcass Management Exploration
A foreign animal disease outbreak or other catastrophic event impacting the swine industry may require the need to depopulate facilities, resulting in mass mortalities. If these mass mortalities are...
Swine Health-Foreign Animal Disease
Development of ASFV-specific monoclonal antibodies and mAb-based blocking ELISA
Historically, the greatest threats to the US swine production are from foreign animal diseases, such as African swine fever (ASF). ASF virus (ASFV) infection can have a deleterious effect on swine...
Swine Health-Foreign Animal Disease
African swine fever surveillance using oral fluids for rapid detection and disease control
The main objective of this project was to evaluate the feasibility of utilizing swine oral fluids as a reliable aggregate sample type for early detection of African swine fever (ASF). At present, the...
Swine Health-Foreign Animal Disease
Evaluating the prevalence and distribution of African swine fever virus during feed manufacture, as well as feed mill decontamination measures
The feed supply chain can be a significant risk of pathogen transfer. While historically, farms have evolved to have biosecurity limiting farm-to-farm interaction, there continues to be gaps in swine...
Swine Health-Foreign Animal Disease
Development of Porcine Cytomegalovirus as a Conventional and Disseminating Vaccine for Classical Swine Fever – A Pilot Study
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