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Swine Health - Foreign Animal Disease
Animal welfare implications resulting from movement restriction for foreign animal disease outbreak management in the pork industry
Trends in the U.S. swine industry show that over the years, there has been an increase in improved producer efficacy and the appearance of fewer but larger pig farms. These changes are reflected...
Swine Health - Foreign Animal Disease
A Cell-free Synthesis Approach for the Rapid and Cost-Effective Production of Foot and Mouth Disease Vaccines
1. Objectives:The objective of this work was to assess a technology’s potential to produce the components of a Foot and...
Swine Health - Foreign Animal Disease
Disinfection of foreign animal disease viruses on surfaces relevant to the Pork Packing Industry
The overall purpose of this research was to test the efficacy of commercial chemical disinfectants against foreign animal disease (FAD) viruses dried in swine products and on surfaces relevant...
Swine Health - Foreign Animal Disease
Development of African swine fever diagnostic assays for oral fluids
African swine fever virus (ASFV) is of concern to pork producers because of its high mortality rate, its severe economic impact, and its rapid geographic expansion in recent years. Prevention and...
Swine Health - Foreign Animal Disease
Evaluating Immunogenicity of a Novel Live-vectored Prototype ASFV Vaccine
The African Swine Fever Virus is a high-consequence pathogen that causes hemorrhagic fever in pigs and some isolates are capable of killing nearly all infected pigs. The pathogen poses a high...
Swine Health - Foreign Animal Disease
Identification of Protective Antigens of African Swine Fever Virus
African swine fever (ASF) is arguably the most significant emerging disease threat for the swine industry worldwide. Devastating ASF...
Swine Health - Foreign Animal Disease
Development of novel foot and mouth disease virus with multiple mutations for evaluation as live attenuated DIVA vaccine candidates
Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is an extremely contagious viral disease of a variety of wild and domestic cloven-hoofed animals, including pigs. The disease is distributed worldwide and has great...
Swine Health - Foreign Animal Disease
Investigating potential existence of chronic, persistent foot-and-mouth disease virus infection in domestic pigs; implications for disease control strategies
The severe measures routinely enacted for control of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) outbreaks are based upon extreme contagiousness of the disease, rapidity of spread, and fear of residual...
Swine Health - Foreign Animal Disease
Identification of genetic signatures for African swine fever virus serologic group specificity
African swine fever (ASF) is an acute viral hemorrhagic disease in domestic swine with mortality rates approaching 100%. Devastating ASF disease outbreaks and the continuing disease epidemic in...
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