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- Zani, Laura, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Virus research 2019
- African swine fever; European Union; breeding sites; death; fever; genotype; host-pathogen relationships; pandemic; pathogenesis; swine; vaccines; virulence; viruses; wild boars; Asia; Central European region; Sub-Saharan Africa
- ... Over the last decade, African swine fever (ASF) has changed from an exotic disease of Sub-Saharan Africa to a considerable and serious threat to pig industry in Central Europe and Asia. With the introduction of genotype II strains into the European Union in 2014, the disease has apparently found a fertile breeding ground in the abundant wild boar population. Upon infection with highly virulent ASF ...
- Zani, Laura, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Vaccine 2018 v.36 no.29 pp. 4181-4187
- Classical swine fever virus; antibodies; antigens; blood serum; farrowing; fetus; genome; glycoproteins; hog cholera; industrialization; kidneys; lymph nodes; necropsy; piglets; pregnancy; progeny; sows; spleen; swine production; tonsils; transplacental transmission; vaccination; vaccines; virulence; viruses
- ... Classical swine fever (CSF) remains as one of the most important infectious diseases of swine. While prophylactic vaccination is usually prohibited in free countries with industrialized pig production, emergency vaccination is still foreseen. In this context, marker vaccines are preferred as they can reduce the impact on trade.The live-attenuated Suvaxyn® CSF Marker vaccine by Zoetis (based on pes ...