classical swine fever


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classical swine fever

n.
A highly infectious, often fatal viral disease of swine, characterized by fever, loss of appetite, and diarrhea. It occurs worldwide. Also called hog cholera.
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Classical swine fever virus diversity and evolution.
Gong et al., "Toward the development of a one-dose classical swine fever subunit vaccine: antigen titration, immunity onset, and duration of immunity," Journal of Veterinary Science, vol.
Development of an optimized protocol for the detection of classical swine fever virus in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues by seminested reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction and comparison with in situ hybridization.
Pathogenesis of classical swine fever: B-lymphocyte deficiency caused by hog cholera virus.
The blue dotted vertical line represents the date of the declaration of Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food in Mexico that classical swine fever virus had been eradicated from all states in Mexico during January 2009.
Classical Swine Fever Virus antibodies (CSFV Ab) were determined using a commercial ELISA Quantitation Kit (IDEXX Laboratories, Inc., One IDEXX Drive, Westbrook, Maine, USA).
Although classical swine fever (CSF) has been eradicated in the United States, the contagious, sometimes fatal disease is present in wildlife in Europe, where infected wild boar can transmit it to domestic pigs.
"Welsh Government officials, Defra and the Scottish Government are currently working on new regulations to update and consolidate the existing legislation for Classical Swine Fever, African Swine Fever and Swine Vesicular Disease.
At the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health, on 4 April in Brussels, animal health experts from the member states unanimously agreed on lifting animal health control measures relating to classical swine fever in Germany.
The new body will also work as the international reference laboratory for important farm animal diseases such as avian influenza, bovine tuberculosis, classical swine fever and TSEs.
Classical Swine Fever (CSF) has retreated to the most Eastern Member States and is largely under control in wild boar populations.
Maternal Antibody Persistence against the Classical Swine Fever Virus in Piglets Born from Vaccinated Sows in Farms With Different Vaccination Strategies