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Tendencias en Infecciones Virales Emergentes en Porcinos

Publicado por Maverick Panditas


Trends in Emerging Viral Infections of Swine
Autor: Antonio Morilla, Kyoung-Jin Yoon, Jeff J. Zimmerman
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 387
Materia: Veterinaria
Año: 2002
Formato: PDF
ISBN: 0813803837

Este libro incluye secciones sobre el comercio internacional, regímenes de vacunación contra nuevos y emergentes virus, epidemiología y control, así como significativos nuevos brotes como el virus del Oeste del Nilo. En el libro intervienen expertos internacionales en la materia.



CONTENIDO:
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Transmission of Viruses Through Pigs and Products of Pig Origin
1.2. The Role of International Agencies in the Control of Contagious Animal Diseases
1.3. The Social Impact of Disease Control and Eradication Programs: Case Studies
2. SWINE INFLUENZA VIRUS
2.1. Swine Influenza: Etiology, Epidemiology, and Diagnosis
2.2. Influenza A Viruses in Pigs in Europe
2.3. Emergence of Novel Strains of Swine Influenza Virus in North America
3. PORCINE PARAMYXOVIRUSES
3.1. Blue Eye Disease: Clinical Signs and Lesions
3.2. New Approaches in the Diagnosis of Porcine Rubulavirus (LPMV)
3.3. Comparison of Tests for Serological Diagnosis of Blue Eye Disease
3.4. Seroepidemiology of Blue Eye Disease
3.5. Vaccination Against Blue Eye Disease
3.6. The Molecular Biology of Porcine Rubulavirus (La Piedad Michoacán Virus, LPMV)
3.7. Porcine Rubulavirus (LPMV) Infection in PK- Cell Line
3.8. Carbohydrate Specificity and Porcine Rubulavirus Infectivity
3.9. Neuropathology of Porcine Rubulavirus Infection
3.10. Are the Lesions in the Epididymis of Boars Infected with Porcine Rubulavirus (LPMV) Similar to Those of Mumps Virus in Humans?
3.11. Pathogenesis of Porcine Rubulavirus (LPMV) in Pancreatic Rat Islets
3.12. Menangle Virus: A New Cause of Fetal Mummification and Congenital Defects in Pigs
3.13. Nipah Virus Infection in Swine
3.14. Nipah Virus Diagnosis and Control in Swine Herds
4. AFRICAN SWINE FEVER VIRUS
4.1. African Swine Fever
4.2. Eradication of African Swine Fever in Cuba ( and )
4.3. African Swine Fever Eradication: The Spanish Model
5. CLASSICAL SWINE FEVER VIRUS
5.1. Reemergence of Classical Swine Fever in Cuba, to
5.2. Reemergence of Classical Swine Fever Virus in Mexico
5.3. The Reappearance of Classical Swine Fever in England in
5.4. Experiences with Classical Swine Fever Vaccination in Mexico
5.5. An Update on Classical Swine Fever Virus Molecular Epidemiology
6. FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE AND SWINE VESICULAR DISEASE VIRUSES
6.1. Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Taiwan
6.2. Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Japan
6.3. Foot-and-Mouth Disease: Preventive Measures in the Republic of Korea
6.4. Swine as the Origin of the Foot-and- Mouth Disease in the United Kingdom,
6.5. Application of Assays Based on Foot-and-Mouth Disease Nonstructural Proteins to Epidemiological Surveillance
6.6. Swine Vesicular Disease
7. PORCINE HERPESVIRUSES
7.1. Pseudorabies: A Century of Learning
7.2. Epidemiological Pattern of Aujeszky’s Disease in a Hyperendemic Area of Mexico
7.3. Aujeszky’s Disease in Asia
7.4. Aujeszky’s Disease in the Republic of Korea
7.5. Immunity Against Aujeszky’s Disease Virus
7.6. The Porcine Lymphotropic Herpesviruses: Emerging Pathogens in Xenotransplantation?
8. ARBOVIRAL INFECTIONS
8.1. Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis
8.2. Japanese Encephalitis Virus
8.3. West Nile Virus
8.4. Arthropod Vector and Vertebrate Host Associations of West Nile Virus
9. PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS
9.1. Animal Circoviruses
9.2. Postweaning Multisystemic Wasting Syndrome and Porcine Circovirus: A United States Perspective
9.3. Postweaning Multisystemic Wasting Syndrome and Porcine Circovirus Type : The European Perspective
9.4. Postweaning Multisystemic Wasting Syndrome: Experimental Studies with Porcine Circovirus Type
9.5. A Clinician’s Perspective on Postweaning Multisystemic Wasting Syndrome
9.6. Porcine Dermatitis and Nephropathy Syndrome
10. PORCINE NIDOVIRUSES
10.1. Porcine Coronaviruses
10.2. Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus: Epidemiology
10.3. Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome: Virology
10.4. Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome: Diagnosis
10.5. Characteristics of the Cell-Mediated Immune Response of Swine to Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus
10.6. Bacterial Infections Are Potentiated by Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus Infection: Fact or Fiction?
10.7. Serological Associations Between Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus and Other Swine Pathogens in Mexico
10.8. Control of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome in Large Systems: Strategies for the Future

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