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Swine Health-PRRS
PRRSv detection over time in different age groups in breeding herds attempting to produce PRRSv-negative piglets at weaning: part 2: suckling pig population
Swine Health-PRRS
Characteristics of Unusually Virulent Contemporary PRRSV Isolates
Swine Health-PRRS
Genetic modifications in CD163 that confer complete resistance of pigs to infection with PRRSV
Swine Health-PRRS
Family oral fluids-based PRRSV monitoring in due-to-wean piglets
Swine Health-PRRS
Adaptation of PRRSV to genetic modifications in CD163
Swine Health-PRRS
Evaluation, optimization, and application of “processing fluids” for PRRSV monitoring in commercial swine herds
Swine Health-PRRS
Monitoring and updating the value of productivity losses due to porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus
Swine Health-PRRS
Impact of host immunity and genetics on persistence of PRRS virus in tonsils
Despite extensive efforts to eliminate PRRS from US production facilities, it remains a key disease issue and poses a continued economic threat to the industry, particularly in pig dense areas.
Swine Health-PRRS
Detection and differentiation of field strains and commonly used vaccine strains of Type 2 PRRS virus in the US
PRRS remains the most economically devastating swine disease with an estimated annual loss of $664 million in the US. The PRRS genome is constantly changing, making accurate diagnosis difficult. Many...
Swine Health-PRRS
United States Swine Pathogen Database
Veterinarians have long needed a centralized database to compare and contrast the pathogen nucleotide sequences of their clinical samples to those seen concurrently in the field throughout the United States.
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