hog cholera


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hog cholera

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Himmvac Hog Cholera (T/C) Vaccine is a great alternative to protect pigs against this deadly disease."
Transmission of hog cholera virus by horseflies (Tabanidae: Diptera).
Pathogenesis of classical swine fever: B-lymphocyte deficiency caused by hog cholera virus.
Salmon, two eminent research microbiologists in USDA's Bureau of Animal Industry, first reported on "the hog cholera group of bacteria" and on "swine plague," work that culminated in the naming of the genus Salmonella in honor of Daniel E.
For some years breeders claimed that Mulefoots were immune to hog cholera. That claim has been disproved, though the breed does posses remarkable hardiness.
Farm minister seeks thorough probe into hog cholera
South Korea announced Thursday that pork exports to Japan that were to resume in June will be postponed until at least October due to an outbreak of hog cholera in a northern province.
In addition to FMD, classical swine fever -- formerly known as hog cholera -- would be the most likely biological weapon used to infect hogs.