pseudorabies virus


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pseu·do·ra·bies vi·rus

a herpesvirus, family Herpesviridae, causing pseudorabies in swine.

Aujeszky,

Aládar, Hungarian pathologist, 1869-1933.
Aujeszky disease - a highly contagious disease caused by porcine herpesvirus. Synonym(s): pseudorabies
Aujeszky disease virus - a herpesvirus causing pseudorabies in swine. Synonym(s): pseudorabies virus
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Mettenleiter, "Mutations affecting the UL21 gene contribute to avirulence of pseudorabies virus vaccine strain Bartha," Virology, vol.
Besides helping the pseudorabies eradication program, the information Cheung has provided about latency of the pseudorabies virus could be used to study herpes simplex viruses in humans.
Hengartner, "Molecular biology of pseudorabies virus: impact on neurovirology and veterinary medicine," Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews, vol.
Investigation of pseudorabies virus latency in nervous tissues of seropositive pigs exposed to field strain.
Pathogenicity and genomic characterization of a pseudorabies virus variant isolated from Bartha-K61-vaccinated swine population in China.
A DNA vaccine coding for gB and gD of pseudorabies virus (suid herpes type 1) primes the immune system in the presence of maternal immunity more efficiently than conventionalvaccines.
Shedding patterns in swine of virulente and attenuated pseudorabies virus. American Journal of Veterinary Research, v.44, n.11, p.2083-2086, 1983.
His research interests focus on the epidemiology and molecular biology of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus and pseudorabies virus.
Estimating sample sizes for a two-stage sampling survey of seroprevalence of pseudorabies virus (PRV)-infected swine at a regional level in The Netherlands.
DNA and RNA were extracted from the tissue homogenate and PCR or reverse transcription-PCR (RT-PCR) was conducted to detect porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV), classic swine fever virus, porcine circovirus, and pseudorabies virus, respectively (1).
Serologic survey for evidence of exposure to vesicular stomatitis virus, pseudorabies virus, brucellosis and leptospirosis in collared peccaries from Arizona.
We therefore tested for the presence of African swine fever virus, pseudorabies virus, porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus, classical swine fever virus, Japanese encephalitis virus, porcine circovirus type 2, porcine circovirus type 3, porcine cytomegalovirus, and alphavirus by using the primers for those viruses (Appendix Table 2, https: //wwwnc.cdc.gov/EID/article/25/6/18-1983-App1.