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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Brazil stands out as the fourth largest producer and exporter of pork. The occurrence of certain diseases in animal production is one of the most important factors for swine production.
Swine pathogens can be divided into three groups: agents of foodborne illnesses of animal origin; agents of strategically important diseases for the health protection system; and agents of diseases responsible for losses in animal production. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed. Share This Paper. Citations Publications citing this paper. Pellegrin Biology References Publications referenced by this paper.
Principais ameaças sanitárias endêmicas da cadeia produtiva de suínos no Brasil
Development of DNA probe for detection of Aujeszky's disease virus. Barros , M. A DNA hybridization dot-blot assay using a radioactive and a non-radioactive probe has been developed for the detection of Aujeszky's disease virus ADV. This technique provides a fast and effective means of detecting acute cases of ADV infection but it was unable to detect ADV nucleic acid sequences in trigeminal nerve ganglia of latent infected pigs and mice. Keywords: Aujeszky's disease virus, dot-blot hybridization, radioactive probe, non radioactive probe. Aujeszky's disease virus ADV is the causative agent of disease in pigs, weaners and fatteners in which the mortality rate may vary widely, depending upon the age of the swine affected Gustafson,
Written Paper. Access the full text Link. Lookup at Google Scholar. An experimental inactivated, oil assisted Aujeszky's disease virus vaccine was tested for its ability to induce immunity, clinical protection level and reduction of viral infection after challenge by the nasal route.