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Swine Health - General Disease
Does prevalence of influenza A virus at weaning influence disease transmission rates, clinical manifestation of disease, and production performance?
Influenza is a major respiratory disease of pigs. Influenza causes reduction in pig’s performance and is a public health concern given that strains with pandemic potential can emerge in pigs. The...
Swine Health - General Disease
Prospective investigation of Streptococcus suis isolates from diseased pigs and healthy pen-matched controls in outbreaks of Streptococcus-associated neurologic disease using metagenomics, serotyping and sequencing.
Swine Health - General Disease
Establishment of sensitivity and specificity levels of different sampling techniques for early detection of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae and correlation between oral fluid PCR results and clinical signs
Swine Health - General Disease
Development and field validation of a tracheal sampling device for detection of M. hyopneumoniae (M. hyopneumoniae) in infected pigs
Swine Health - General Disease
Gilt acclimation strategies for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae control: Evaluation of exposure protocols
Swine Health - General Disease
Evaluation of carrier state and protection against a contemporary Senecavirus A isolate in pigs previously infected with an historical strain
Swine Health - General Disease
Estimating the seroprevalence of Senecavirus A (SVA) in the United States Swine Industry
Swine Health - General Disease
“Senecavirus A in sows: Impact of transportation stress on early development of vesicular lesions, transmission and recurrence of clinical disease in persistently-infected animals.”
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