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Prevalence of Mycoplasma gallisepticum and Mycoplasma synoviae in commercial poultry, racing pigeons and wild birds in Belgium.

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Michiels, Tinne; Welby, Sarah; Vanrobaeys, Mia; Quinet, Christian; Rouffaer, Lieze; Lens, Luc; Martel, An; Butaye, Patrick Source: Avian ...

Age- and strain-dependent differences in the outcome of experimental infections of domestic pigs with wild boar pseudorabies virus isolates.

population. To assess the possible impact of such a reintroduction in a naive herd, an in vivo infection study using two genetically characterized wild boar PRV isolates (BEL24043 and BEL20075) representative ...

Exploring cattle movements in Belgium.

revealed a significant short-distance movement of bovine which could be an important factor contributing to the local spreading of a disease. The model however revealed hot spot areas of movement in Belgium; ...

Bovine tuberculosis surveillance alternatives in Belgium.

component was important. Using an antibody ELISA at purchase and an interferon gamma test during winter screening and at import would increase greatly the sensitivity and the confidence level of Belgium’s ...

Redesigning the serological surveillance program for notifiable avian influenza in Belgian professional poultry holdings.

combining all data sources, was run to obtain sensitivity estimates for the detection of an infected bird in the different risk groups identified. An optimal number of holdings for each risk group was then ...

Identification of risk factors for the prevalence and persistence of Salmonella in Belgian broiler chicken flocks.

are an important source of salmonellosis after eggs and pork. Between 1987 and 1999 the trend of human salmonellosis incidence in Belgium increased constantly. However, from 2000 until 2005 a decrease ...

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