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Public Health - Influenza
Evaluating the impact of low-level hydrogen sulfide exposure on pathogenesis of zoonotic and endemic infectious swine diseases.
Public Health - Influenza
Adaptation of a human seasonal H3 influenza A virus to efficiently infect and replicate in the swine host
Public Health - Influenza
Evaluation of influenza dynamics in exhibition swine at jackpot shows
Pigs play a critical role in the ecology and epidemiology of influenza A viruses (IAVs) by serving as a source of novel reassortant viruses infecting humans. Agricultural fairs and livestock...
Public Health - Influenza
Continuation of evaluation of influenza dynamics in exhibition swine at jackpot shows
Public Health - Influenza
Epidemiological surveillance of influenza A viruses in pigs entering swine exhibitions
Swine play a key role in the evolution and ecology of influenza A virus (IAV) infecting humans as pigs are a host species in which reassortment of the IAV segmented genome commonly occurs. Due to the...
Public Health - Influenza
Determining viral load and persistence of influenza A in aerosols and on surfaces of swine production facilities
Although influenza A is capable of significant impacts in swine production, including the possibility of transmission between pigs and people, little is known of the exposure risks for viral...
Public Health - Influenza
Optimization of Ante mortem methods for surveillance of swine influenza infection
The objective of this research was to compare the detection of influenza virus A in nasal swabs vs. pen-based oral fluids. In addition, this study evaluated the impact of vaccination on IAV shedding...
Public Health - Influenza
Development of an epitope-based vaccine against swine influenza A virus using a non-toxic enterotoxin as the carrier-adjuvant
 Influenza A virus causes a highly contagious respiratory disease in a variety of avian and...
Public Health - Influenza
Genetic and antigenic characterization of 2008 H1 swine influenza viruses from the United States
Influenza A viruses can infect swine, humans, dogs, cats, horses, marine mammals, and many avian species. Influenza A viruses from all host species are classified into subtypes based on the...
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