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  • Department of Veterinary Pathology WEDNESDAY SLIDE ...

    2016-5-27 · Contributor’s Comment: Haemophilus parasuis is a common bacterial infection in swine and causes polyserositis (Glasser’s disease) primarily in pigs 4 to 8 weeks of age. The severity of disease in this older age pig is remarkable but has been reported in high-health status herds populated with naive pigs1. Haemophilus parasuis is a

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  • Glässer’s disease | Zoetis UK

    Caused by the bacterium Haemophilus parasuis (HPS), the clinical signs are reduced appetite, depression, arthritis (lameness,) peritonitis (abdominal pain and scrotal swelling) and meningitis. In acute cases, the first signs may be sudden deaths. The introduction of modern production systems has seen larger outbreaks of GD with increased mortality ...

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  • 2150 Centre Ave., Bldg. B Swine 2012 Inspection VS Visit

    2018-7-16 · n. Glasser's disease (Haemophilus parasuis)..... v214 1 Yes 3 No 4 DK o. Roundworms ..... v215 1 Yes 3 No 4 DK p.

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  • Veterinary Medicine and Science: Vol 6, No 4

    2020-12-15 · Haemophilus parasuis is the etiological agent of Glässer’s disease in swine, which associates with severe economic losses in the swine industry worldwide. A real-time recombinase polymerase amplification assay (real-time RPA) was developed for direct and rapid detection of H. parasuis basing on the infB gene.

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  • Construction of a novel shuttle vector for use in ...

    2010-12-1 · Vector transfer by conjugation and electroporation are possible, providing a variety of approaches to increase success. Transformation into Haemophilus spp by the MIV method (Poje and Redfield, 2003) is also possible, but at low efficiency, as the double stranded DNA is circular. The vectors have demonstrated utility in expression analyses, as well as for complementation …

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  • Evaluation of group vaccination of sows and gilts against ...

    Haemophilus parasuis, a gram-negative bacterium as an early commensal colonizer in the upper respiratory tract of weaning pigs (Sus scrofa), is one of the most important bacterial pathogens affecting pig populations. It is the causative agent of Glässer’s disease, causing systemic infection and polyserositis, meningitis, and arthritis.

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  • Haemophilus parasuis serotype 4 vaccine for piglets

    1. The use of bacteria Haemophilus parasuis serotype 5 for receiving the vaccine for the introduction of the take is authorized the sow or a young pig to protect the pig from impairment as a result of bacteria Haemophilus parasuis serotype 4 by use of colostrum specified sows or young pigs after farrowing. 2.

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  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION: AEROBIC ⁄ MICRO

    Although the disease has proved to be fatal in most of the reported cases, the combination of side-to-side anastomosis between the mid-portion of the jejunum proximal to visible lesions to the caecum together with parental erythromycin therapy resulted in full recovery of a foal. 7 In one outbreak treatment of affected foals on a farm with parenterally administered erythromycin for …

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  • Identifying questions in the American Association of Swine ...

    The effect of a dose of 8 mg marbofloxacin/kg bw in one shot was further studied in a farm with clinical cases of Glässer's disease using a longitudinal study. Statistically significant reduction of nasal carriage of H. parasuis was detected during the first week after treatment in comparison with the control group. However, a clear relationship between the minimum inhibitory concentration …

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  • Mycoplasma bovis - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    It causes respiratory disease, otitis media, and polyarthritis in calves (Henderson & Ball 1999), mastitis in adults (Kirk et al. 1997), and infects the female genital tract (Irons et al. 2004). It is a successful colonist of the vagina and uterus, causing persistent infections (for 1 and 8 months respectively), extensive endometritis, salpingitis, and even peritonitis.

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  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION: GRAM-NEGATIVE AEROBIC

    GRAM-NEGATIVE AEROBIC OR CAPNOPHILIC RODS AND COCCI. A General Introduction has been added to each disease chapter in an attempt to give a brief updated overview of the taxonomic, biological and other characteristics of the virus family or group of bacteria /protozoa that cause disease in livestock and, where relevant, involve wildlife.

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  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION: IRREGULAR, NON-SPORING,

    IRREGULAR, NON-SPORING, GRAM-POSITIVE RODS. A General Introduction has been added to each disease chapter in an attempt to give a brief updated overview of the taxonomic, biological and other characteristics of the virus family or group of bacteria /protozoa that cause disease in livestock and, where relevant, involve wildlife.

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  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION: ACTINOMYCETES - Anipedia

    ANIPEDIA a quality-assured and invaluable knowledge resource. ACTINOMYCETES. A General Introduction has been added to each disease chapter in an attempt to give a brief updated overview of the taxonomic, biological and other characteristics of the virus family or group of bacteria /protozoa that cause disease in livestock and, where relevant, involve wildlife.

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  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION: AEROBIC ⁄ MICRO

    AEROBIC/MICRO-AEROPHILIC, MOTILE, HELICAL/VIBROID GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA. A General Introduction has been added to each disease chapter in an attempt to give a brief updated overview of the taxonomic, biological and other characteristics of the virus family or group of bacteria /protozoa that cause disease in livestock and, where relevant, involve wildlife.

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  • Identifying questions in the American Association of Swine ...

    Haemophilus parasuis is a colonizer of the upper respiratory tract and the causative agent of Glässer's disease in swine. This study focused on the nasal carriage of H. parasuis after treatment with marbofloxacin.

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  • 2150 Centre Ave., Bldg. B Swine 2012 Inspection VS Visit

    2018-7-16 · 2 Section 2—Sows and Breeding-age Gilts This section asks questions about sows and breeding-age gilts that are in the breeding herd. The term 'breeding females' is used to describe these pigs for the following questions.

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  • Infection Dynamics of Swine Influenza Virus in a Danish ...

    introductions of human seasonal IAV occurs regularly, increasing the risk of novel swIAV reassortants, and making the disease more di cult to control in the herds [23]. In addition, similar to other RNA viruses, swIAV has a high mutation rate, which drives the …

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  • Mycoplasma bovis - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Introductions of this mycoplasma into stocker or feedlot operations occur through apparently normal cattle, 4,5 and it spreads rapidly among commingled cattle. 6,7 Although cattle are the primary hosts affected, there have been reports of American bison and white-tailed deer infected with M. bovis and presenting classical disease symptoms and ...

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  • Porcine Herd Health Management Practices for the Control ...

    2018-9-25 · pleuropneumoniae, Bordatella bronchiseptica, Pasteurella multocida, Haemophilus parasuis, Streptococcus suis) and viral diseases (e.g. swine influenza virus, Aujezky's disease virus, porcine respiratory coronavirus, porcine circ ovirus 2 - PCV2) (Brockmeier et al., 2002). One

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  • One World, One Health: The Threat of Emerging Swine ...

    2012-3-12 · This hypothesis gains some support from observations that deliberate exposure of suckling pigs to S. suis or H. parasuis can reduce the risk of disease after weaning (Torremorell et al., 1999; Oliveira et al., 2001). Currently, in the USA, although weaning ages would generally be considered young (18–21 days), there is a trend towards weaning ...

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  • Sponsors - University Digital Conservancy Home

    2016-5-18 · disease of Classen as several young boars, carrying a new strain of Haemophilus parasuis were introduced to naIve young breeding herds, with the first growing ani­ mals already in place. Ironically, the source change of boars was necessary because of a break of PRRS virus that forced the commercial herds to access boars from a

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  • Divergent Human-Origin Influenza Viruses Detected in ...

    2018-8-15 · Haemophilus parasuis, ... Other independent introductions of human H3N2/1995-like viruses into pigs followed by stable transmission of their gene segments in swine have been reported in East and Southeast Asia and North America ... A separate disease investigation was conducted on samples from the same WA farm collected during 2016.

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  • Multi-Site Systems Broaden Protection | National Hog Farmer

    2021-7-8 · Haemophilus parasuis, for instance, was not a significant pathogen in one-site and traditional two-site herds, except when first introduced into a herd. After the initial outbreak of Haemophilus parasuis or Glasser's Disease, adequate herd immunity would develop in most herds and the piglets would be exposed prior to weaning.

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  • Multiple‐locus variable number tandem repeats analysis for ...

    2005-7-4 · DNA fingerprinting has attracted considerable interest as means for identifying, tracing and preventing the dissemination of infectious agents. Various methods have been developed

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  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION: GRAM-POSITIVE COCCI

    GRAM-POSITIVE COCCI. A General Introduction has been added to each disease chapter in an attempt to give a brief updated overview of the taxonomic, biological and other characteristics of the virus family or group of bacteria /protozoa that cause disease in …

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  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION: ACTINOMYCETES - Anipedia

    ANIPEDIA a quality-assured and invaluable knowledge resource. ACTINOMYCETES. A General Introduction has been added to each disease chapter in an attempt to give a brief updated overview of the taxonomic, biological and other characteristics of the virus family or group of bacteria /protozoa that cause disease in livestock and, where relevant, involve wildlife.

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  • UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ANIMAL

    2021-7-2 · According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, an agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to a collection of information unless it displays a valid OMB control number.

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  • Principles of Health Management | The Pig Site

    2021-7-12 · For example, Streptococcus suis and Haemophilus parasuis (Glasser’s disease) are common bacteria even in these herds and there are multiple different strains. Therefore, exposing young gilts to the strains circulating in the herd may reduce the amount of bacteria and improve the immunity these gilts will transmit to their progeny.

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  • Pathogens | Free Full-Text | Examining the Effect of Host ...

    Streptococcus suis is a swine pathogen that is capable of causing severe outbreaks of disease in the nursery. Demographic parameters such as host recruitment rates can have profound effects on the transmission dynamics of infectious diseases and, thus, are critically important in high-turnover populations such as farmed swine. However, knowledge concerning the implications that such …

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  • (PDF) Emergency animal diseases - A field guide for ...

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  • UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ANIMAL

    2021-7-2 · According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, an agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to a collection of information unless it displays a valid OMB control number.

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  • Analysis of ORF5 sequences of Porcine Reproductive and ...

    2021-6-12 · PRRSV is an important agent in the presentation of respiratory problems in pigs. However, the clinical presentation may be complicated by other viral agents such as Porcine Circovirus type 2, Influenza virus or bacteria such as Haemophilus spp, Glaesserella parasuis, Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (APP), and Mycoplasma spp [30,31,32].

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  • Protein expressions and their immunogenicity from ...

    2013-6-3 · Introduction. Riemerella anatipestifer (R. anatipestifer) is a Gram-negative, non-motile, non-spore-forming, rod-shaped bacterium, belongs to the Flavobacteriaceae family in rRNA superfamily V . R. anatipestifer causes a contagious septicemia , which is characterized by fibrinous pericarditis, perihepatitis, and airsacculitis.Riemerellosis is a widely distributed disease that …

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  • 10.1016/S0378-1135(99)00192-3 | DeepDyve

    2020-6-11 · In total, the disease caused direct losses of 1653 weaner-to-finisher pigs, 193 sows and 732 suckling piglets. Farm 4, the site of Outbreak 4, was a closed herd that had no introductions of live pigs for a number of years. The original field diagnosis was a systemic infection, such as that associated with Haemophilus parasuis .

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  • Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS ...

    2021-7-17 · return to Swine Manual index. Definition. PRRS is an acronym (porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome) for a viral disease characterized by two overlapping clinical presentations, reproductive impairment or failure in breeding animals, and respiratory disease in pigs of any age.

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  • Old Diseases, Emergent Diseases: The Evolution of Health ...

    2008-7-24 · Experimental colonization of piglets and gilts with systemic strains of Haemophilus parasuis and Streptococcus suis to prevent disease. Can J Vet Res. 65:161-167. 28. Pearce-Duvet JM. 2006. The origin of human pathogens: evaluating the role of agriculture and domestic animals in the evolution of human disease. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc. 81:369-382.

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  • PigProgress - Why producing pigs in China is a big challenge

    2014-3-28 · Bacterial diseases are often secondary in importance to viral infections. Main attention goes to Haemophilus parasuis infections and of course to Streptococcus suis because of its zoonotic aspects and the human casualties that were seen recently. For Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, serotypes 1, 2, 3 and 7 are most frequently reported.

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  • Viruses | Free Full-Text | Infection Dynamics of Swine ...

    2015-3-13 · Landscape structure influences host–parasite–pathogen dynamics at multiple scales in space and time. Landscape epidemiology, which connects disease ecology and landscape ecology, is still an emerging field. We argue that landscape epidemiology must move beyond simply studying the influence of landscape configuration and composition on epidemiological processes and …

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  • A social–ecological approach to landscape epidemiology ...

    Edema disease is a neurologic disease caused by a hemolytic Escherichia coli producing Shiga toxin e2 and F18 pili resulting in high mortality in recently-weaned pigs. Glasser's Disease, caused by Hemophilus parasuis is usually an acute disease of 6 to 8 week-old pigs which causes fibrinous arthritis, polyserositis, and meningitis.

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  • A Thesis Submitted for the Degree of PhD at the University ...

    2013-11-29 · The impact of respiratory disease on production in the pig industry in Great Britain Charlotte Marie Evans BSc. Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Department of Biological Sciences University of Warwick 2nd February 2010

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  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION: AEROBIC ⁄ MICRO

    AEROBIC/MICRO-AEROPHILIC, MOTILE, HELICAL/VIBROID GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA. A General Introduction has been added to each disease chapter in an attempt to give a brief updated overview of the taxonomic, biological and other characteristics of the virus family or group of bacteria /protozoa that cause disease in livestock and, where relevant, involve wildlife.

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  • AASV Swine Information Library Catalog

    Clinical Experiences in Control of Edema Disease and Haemophilus parasuis Cameron Schmitt, DVM, MSc. Dealing with Immunologic Subpopulations in Multiple Site Operations Clark D. Huinker, DVM, MSc and Mark A. Wagner, DVM. Animal Welfare--Swine Welfare Assurance ProgramSM (SWAPSM) Anna K. Johnson, PhD

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  • Control of PRRSV Infection in pig industry - Engormix

    Introductions of this mycoplasma into stocker or feedlot operations occur through apparently normal cattle, 4,5 and it spreads rapidly among commingled cattle. 6,7 Although cattle are the primary hosts affected, there have been reports of American bison and white-tailed deer infected with M. bovis and presenting classical disease symptoms and ...

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  • Common Mini Pig Illness/Diseases - Mini Pig Info

    2021-7-5 · Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) continues to be an economically significant disease for the global swine industry. First identified in the late 1980s, it still frustrates pork producers and veterinarians around the world. The PRRS virus can produce both a reproductive form of the disease in the breeding herd and a respiratory form in nursery and …

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  • Mycoplasma bovis - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    2021-7-17 · return to Swine Manual index. Definition. PRRS is an acronym (porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome) for a viral disease characterized by two overlapping clinical presentations, reproductive impairment or failure in breeding animals, and respiratory disease in pigs of any age.

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  • PRRS Virus Drags Down Performance | National Hog Farmer

    (McCullers 2006) or Haemophilus parasuis in swine In Southeast Asia, a framework implemented by the (Mussa et al. 2012), predisposing the host to, and Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) for worsening, bacterial infections.

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  • DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM - NCSU

    Haemophilus parasuis (Glasser’s Disease)(HPS) Introduction · This is a highly contagious and infectious disease primarily of nursery age pigs in modern production systems. Both acute and chronic infections are common. Pigs exhibit combinations of meningoencephalitis, polyserositis, polyarthritis, and severe pneumonia.

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  • Sponsors - University of Minnesota

    2016-5-18 · Circovirus type 2, Haemophilus parasuis, Streptococcus suis, Bordetella bronchiseptica, and Pasteurella multocida. Breeding herd productivity historically had not exceeded 21 pig’s wean-per-mated female per year and the nursery mortalities were in excess of 10 – 12%. Each sow farm historically flowed to one nursery, which was operated on

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  • program - aasv.org

    1:45 Haemophilus parasuis seroprofiling with OppA universal test Bethany Stammen, Ohio State University. 2:00 Indirect transmission of PRRS virus in the farrowing rooms of a 6000-sow herd Megan Thompson, University of Minnesota

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  • Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS ...

    2021-7-17 · return to Swine Manual index. Definition. PRRS is an acronym (porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome) for a viral disease characterized by two overlapping clinical presentations, reproductive impairment or failure in breeding animals, and respiratory disease in pigs of any age.

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  • Diseases of the Respiratory System - Abstract - Europe PMC

    2017-1-1 · The collection and evaluation of tracheobronchial secretions is a useful method for assessing lower airway disease and is widely used in the determination of the etiology of infectious pneumonia (viral, mycoplasmal, fungal, and parasitic) or the severity of disease (bronchoalveolar lavage fluid cytology in horses with heaves, exercise-induced ...

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  • PRRS Virus Drags Down Performance | National Hog Farmer

    2021-7-5 · Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) continues to be an economically significant disease for the global swine industry. First identified in the late 1980s, it still frustrates pork producers and veterinarians around the world. The PRRS virus can produce both a reproductive form of the disease in the breeding herd and a respiratory form in nursery and …

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  • Swine Diseases: Wuhan - Expertscape.com

    These are the 272 published articles about Swine Diseases that originated from Wuhan during 2010-2021. + Citations-Citations + Abstracts-Abstracts

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  • Detailed Protocol 'Breeds' Success | National Hog Farmer

    2003-8-15 · Staggering gilt introductions improves reproductive success because it permits staff to only breed a few gilts at a time to meet the goal of 22-25 gilts bred per week, he says. In addition, breeding is separated to ease the pressure on staff, he adds. Sows are bred by 10 a.m. Staff tend to other chores for a few hours, catching a break.

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    2016-6-9 · Swine: Baytril® 100 is indicated for the treatment and control of swine respiratory disease (SRD) associated with Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, Pasteurella multocida, Haemophilus parasuis, Streptococcus suis,Bordetella bronchiseptica and Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae. Cannot be used in veal or lactating cows. Any other 'off label' use is not ...

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    measures such as biological control through the application of ecology from NEM 6942 at University of Florida

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  • Manuscripts by Strategic Topical Areas : USDA ARS

    Generation and evaluation of a Haemophilus parasuis capsule mutant (Oct 2018) The type of adjuvant in whole inactivated influenza A virus vaccines impacts vaccine-associated enhanced respiratory disease (Oct 2018) Transmission dynamics of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus A(H5Nx) clade 2.3.4.4, North America, 2014–2015 (Oct 2018)

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  • Amy Vincent : USDA ARS

    Introductions and evolution of human-origin seasonal influenza A viruses in multinational swine populations- ... Swine Disease Conference Proceedings, November 14-15, 2013, Ames, Iowa. p. 16-20. ... Innate Immune Responses are Enhanced in Pigs After Sequential Infection with Influenza Virus and Haemophilus parasuis-(Abstract Only)

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  • Frontiers | DNA Vaccines Against Mycoplasma Elicit

    2000-10-15 · Many emerging diseases in early weaned systems are actually old pathogens such as Streptococcus suis and Haemophilus parasuis. These organisms can be more severe when a high-health population is weaned early. Large numbers of susceptible nursery pigs can be infected by carrier pigs in the group, resulting in a very impressive disease outbreak.

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  • Keeping High-Health Operations Productive | National Hog ...

    2015-3-13 · Landscape structure influences host–parasite–pathogen dynamics at multiple scales in space and time. Landscape epidemiology, which connects disease ecology and landscape ecology, is still an emerging field. We argue that landscape epidemiology must move beyond simply studying the influence of landscape configuration and composition on epidemiological processes and …

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  • A social–ecological approach to landscape epidemiology ...

    measures such as biological control through the application of ecology from NEM 6942 at University of Florida

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    2016-6-9 · Swine: Baytril® 100 is indicated for the treatment and control of swine respiratory disease (SRD) associated with Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, Pasteurella multocida, Haemophilus parasuis, Streptococcus suis,Bordetella bronchiseptica and Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae. Cannot be used in veal or lactating cows. Any other 'off label' use is not ...

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  • Sinus infection photos | Page 4 | BackYard Chickens ...

    2015-4-7 · Team introductions: The wheat genomics and genomics-based crop improvement team currently consists of 32 graduate students and eight faculty members, including three senior fellows. The team leader Dr. Ma Zhengqiang, who received his Ph.D. degree from Cornell University, was an awardee of the Scientific Fund for Outstanding Youth, NSFC, and a ...

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  • College of Science

    A disease of swine that has a short incubation period and is highly fatal ... the smuggling of animals into the US is not that uncommon and continues to be a real risk for foreign disease introductions. True. ... Glasser's disease (Haemophilus parasuis) African swine fever.

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  • Development and Validation of Reverse Transcription Loop ...

    2019-3-14 · Development and Validation of a Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) Assay for Rapid Detection of Glaesserella (Haemophilus) parasuis. Pilchová V, Seinige D, Hennig-Pauka I, Büttner K, Abdulmawjood A, Kehrenberg C. Microorganisms, 9(1), 25 Dec 2020

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    Assavacheep, P., Assavacheep, A. and Turni, C. (2012) Detection of a putative hemolysin operon, hhdBA, of Haemophilus parasuis from pigs with Glasser disease. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 24 (2). pp. 339-343. ISSN 1040-6387

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  • Submission - Inquiry into the regulation, control and ...

    2013-9-25 · Appendix 1 Cost of plant pest and disease eradication. 26. Appendix 2 The National System for Prevention and Management of Marine Pest Incursions. 27. Appendix 3: Diseases carried by feral animals in Australia. 29 Summary

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  • Old Diseases, Emergent Diseases: The Evolution of Health ...

    2008-7-24 · Experimental colonization of piglets and gilts with systemic strains of Haemophilus parasuis and Streptococcus suis to prevent disease. Can J Vet Res. 65:161-167. 28. Pearce-Duvet JM. 2006. The origin of human pathogens: evaluating the role of agriculture and domestic animals in the evolution of human disease. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc. 81:369-382.

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  • Frontiers | The Promise of Whole Genome Pathogen ...

    2015-3-13 · Landscape structure influences host–parasite–pathogen dynamics at multiple scales in space and time. Landscape epidemiology, which connects disease ecology and landscape ecology, is still an emerging field. We argue that landscape epidemiology must move beyond simply studying the influence of landscape configuration and composition on epidemiological processes and …

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  • A social–ecological approach to landscape epidemiology ...

    The ninth and latest edition of this comprehensive guide to swine diseases and production information features extensively revised and updated chapters on physical examination and diagnosis, various viral and bacterial diseases (including several new disease chapters), other miscellaneous conditions and veterinary practice.

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  • Diseases of Swine, Ninth Edition | Barbara E. Straw ...

    Pigs have a very well developed sense of personal danger, recognizing their limitations and risk. They will stay close to a an area they deem to be safe. A sick pig will often stay motionless under a pile of hay or leaves. A sick pig, even of the friendliest kind, will often scream at …

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  • Identifying A Sick Mini Pig - Mini Pig Info

    Pathogenesis of Bacterial Infections in Animals Fourth Edition Pathogenesis of Bacterial Infections in Animals, Fourth Edition

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  • Development and Validation of Reverse Transcription Loop ...

    2019-3-14 · Development and Validation of a Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) Assay for Rapid Detection of Glaesserella (Haemophilus) parasuis. Pilchová V, Seinige D, Hennig-Pauka I, Büttner K, Abdulmawjood A, Kehrenberg C. Microorganisms, 9(1), 25 Dec 2020

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  • Frontiers | The Promise of Whole Genome Pathogen ...

    2021-5-22 · Theileria research findings. Written by: Graeme Eamens and Cheryl Jenkins. In Australia, bovine theileriosis is caused by the haemoprotozoan Theileria orientalis that infects erythrocytes, and can result in clinical signs of lethargy, fever, anaemia, jaundice, abortions and mortalities in naive cattle.

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  • Flock and Herd case studies

    Plasmid pB1000 bearing blaROB-1 is responsible for high-level ß-lactam resistance in Haemophilus influenzae as well as in Pasteurella multocida and Haemophilus parasuis isolates from Spain. Here, we explore the presence of ROB-1 in Italy and investigate the relative contribution of penicillin-binding protein 3 (PBP3) mutations and ROB-1 to the ...

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  • VISAVET | Publicaciones científicas 2011

    Austin-Busse, Rose-Leáh (2010): Evaluation of the efficacy of two different tulathromycin treatments in weaned piglets infected intratracheally with Haemophilus parasuis serovar 5. Dissertation, LMU München: Tierärztliche Fakultät Austrup, Britta (2006): Nachweis von Telomeraseaktivität und Telomerlängen in humanen mesenchymalen Stammzellen.

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  • MERCK VETERINARY MANUAL -SUMMARY Merck

    2015-4-7 · Team introductions: The wheat genomics and genomics-based crop improvement team currently consists of 32 graduate students and eight faculty members, including three senior fellows. The team leader Dr. Ma Zhengqiang, who received his Ph.D. degree from Cornell University, was an awardee of the Scientific Fund for Outstanding Youth, NSFC, and a ...

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  • College of Science

    The condition described here is the dry form of avian (fowl) pox. This is a relatively slow spreading disease that can be spread by contact or by mosquitoes that may harbor infective virus for greater than a month. In the dry form of the disease, the main sign is raised, whitish wart-like lesions on unfeathered areas (head, legs, vent, etc.).

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  • NAVLE Question of the Day Flashcards | Quizlet

    Edema disease is a neurologic disease caused by a hemolytic Escherichia coli producing Shiga toxin e2 and F18 pili resulting in high mortality in recently-weaned pigs. Glasser's Disease, caused by Hemophilus parasuis is usually an acute disease of 6 to 8 week-old pigs which causes fibrinous arthritis, polyserositis, and meningitis.

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