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- Puvanendiran, Sumathy; Stone, Suzanne; Yu, Wanqin; Johnson, Craig R.; Abrahante, Juan; Garcia Jimenez, Liza; Griggs, Theodor; Haley, Charles; Wagner, Bruce; Murtaugh, Michael P.
- Virus Research 2011 v.157 pp. 92
- Porcine circovirus; Porcine circovirus-1; Porcine circovirus-2; antibodies; farms; finishing; herds; humans; pathogens; polymerase chain reaction; seroprevalence; swine; swine diseases; viral diseases of animals and humans; United States
- ... Porcine circovirus (PCV) appeared in 1974 as an unidentified, innocuous viral inhabitant of cell cultures and pigs. Today PCV1 is a contaminant of some human vaccines, and PCV2 is a major pathogen of swine. PCV1 is reportedly ubiquitous in swine but nonpathogenic. Since the interplay of PCV1 and PCV2 in swine might explain variable disease results and shed light on the potential for human exposure ...