hog cholera virus

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hog chol·er·a vi·rus

an RNA virus of the genus Pestivirus, in the family Flaviviridae, that causes hog cholera.
Synonym(s): swine fever virus
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Secretary of State Jacek Bogucki stressed that it is mainly in our country that the struggle against the African swine fever virus remains.
BGN 200,000 of the funds are for purchase of tests for early detection of African swine fever virus (ASFV).
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Russia imposed the ban on live pig and pork products in response to what it said was the detection of the African Swine Fever virus in EU member states Lithuania and Poland.
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Double labeling immunohistological study of African swine fever virus infected spleen and lymph nodes.
Antibody Responses of Pigs to Defined Erns Fragments after Infection with Classical Swine Fever Virus.
The ten extended articles here follow suit in their descriptions of research in foot-and-mouth disease viruses, the molecular biology of pestiviruses, arteriviruses, coronavirus replication and interaction with the host, hendra and nipah virus, the molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis and host range in avian influenza, molecular dissection of the bluetongue virus, molecular biology of porcine circoviruses, molecular biology of animal herpesviruses, and the African swine fever virus.
The effect of sample degradation and RNA stabilization on classical swine fever virus RT-PCR and ELISA methods.
The swine fever virus - deadly to pigs but harmless to humans - can survive up to a year on ham products.