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Review on the transmission porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus between pigs and farms and impact on vaccination.

Review on the transmission porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus between pigs and farms and impact on vaccination.
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Pileri E, Mateu E,


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Pileri E, Mateu E,

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Veterinary research 2016 Oct 2847(1) 108
Abstract

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) is considered to be one of the most costly diseases affecting intensive pig production worldwide. Control of PRRS is a complex issue and involves a combination of measures including monitoring, diagnosis, biosecurity, herd management, and immunization. In spite of the numerous studies dealing with PRRS virus epidemiology, transmission of the infection is still not fully understood. The present article reviews the current knowledge on PRRSV transmission between and within farm, and the impact of vaccination on virus transmission.

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