Jump to Main Content
- Murao, Lyre Anni E.; Bacus, Michael G.; Junsay, Nicole Xyza T.; Albarillo, Denia Lou D.; Otero, Ma. Catherine B.; Buenaventura, Sheryl Grace C.; Ligue, Kim Dianne B.; Alviola, Pedro A., IV
- Tropical animal health and production 2019 v.51 no.4 pp. 929-937
- piglets, etc ; Rotavirus A; adults; altitude; animal health; children; diarrhea; diet; etiological agents; factor analysis; farmers; farms; gastroenteritis; gilts; herd size; livestock and meat industry; monitoring; public health; relative humidity; risk factors; sanitation; seasonal variation; viruses; waste disposal; zoonoses; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... Rotavirus A is one of the leading etiological agents of porcine gastroenteritis, a condition which results to stunted growth among piglets. Moreover, there is increasing evidence for zoonosis of rotavirus A (RVA), which is also the principal cause of diarrhea in children. In the absence of rigorous animal health monitoring in Philippine backyard farms, there is therefore a strong need for RVA surv ...