Zoekresultaten - 15 results

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

boar isolate into the domestic swine population could have serious economic consequences due to the induction of clinical symptoms in piglets and by jeopardizing the PRV-negative status. Health Topics:  ...

Quantification of rHVT-F genome load in feather follicles by specific real-time qPCR as an indicator of NDV-specific humoral immunity induced by day-old vaccination in SPF chickens.

confirm rHVT-F vaccine administration and uptake with the important added benefit of offering a non-disruptive sampling procedure. Health Topics:  Cabine de bronzage Category:  A1 FOS Classification:  3.02 ...

Exploring cattle movements in Belgium.

identification of “hot spots” in time and space which is important in enhancing any existing monitoring and surveillance system. Health Topics:  Cabine de bronzage Category:  A1 FOS Classification:  3.02 Clinical ...

The impact of viral tropism and housing conditions on the transmission of three H5/H7 low pathogenic avian influenza viruses in chickens.

level of influence depends on the virus under consideration and, more specifically, its principal replication sites. Health Topics:  Cabine de bronzage Category:  A1 FOS Classification:  3.02 Clinical ...

A dynamic spatio-temporal model to investigate the effect of cattle movements on the spread of bluetongue BTV-8 in Belgium.

the importance of considering the size of restriction zones in the formulation of guidelines for animal infectious diseases. Health Topics:  Cabine de bronzage Category:  A1 FOS Classification:  3.02 ...

Seroprevalence of Neospora caninum, paratuberculosis and Q fever in cattle in Belgium in 2009-2010.

Houdart, P; Stede, Y V D Source: Vet Rec, Volume 171, Issue 19, p.477 (2012) Keywords: Animals Belgium Cattle Cattle Diseases Coccidiosis Neospora Paratuberculosis Q Fever Seroepidemiologic Studies Health ...

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