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African swine fever: an epidemiological update.
African swine fever (ASF) is one of the most important swine diseases, mainly because of its significant sanitary and socioeconomic consequences. This review gives an update on the epidemiology ofExpand
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African swine fever (ASF): five years around Europe.
Since African swine fever (ASF) was re-introduced into Eastern Europe in April 2007, the disease has spread through five countries, drastically changing the European ASF situation. ThisExpand
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Quantitative risk assessment for the introduction of African swine fever virus into the European Union by legal import of live pigs.
The recent incursion and spread of African swine fever virus (ASFV) in the Russian Federation and Caucasus region, close to European Union (EU) borders, have increased the concerns regarding theExpand
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Risk of African swine fever introduction into the European Union through transport-associated routes: returning trucks and waste from international ships and planes
BackgroundThe uncontrolled presence of African swine fever (ASF) in Russian Federation (RF) poses a serious risk to the whole European Union (EU) pig industry. Although trade of pigs and theirExpand
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Potential use of oral fluid samples for serological diagnosis of African swine fever.
African swine fever (ASF) is a complex, highly lethal, notifiable disease of swine. ASF is wide-spread in sub-Saharan Africa and East European countries and there is presently a great risk of spreadExpand
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Detection of African Swine Fever Antibodies in Experimental and Field Samples from the Russian Federation: Implications for Control.
African swine fever (ASF) re-entered in Europe in 2007 by Georgia rapidly affecting neighbouring countries. Since then, ASF has caused severe problems to the Russian Federation (RF) and spread toExpand
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[African swine fever in Russian Federation].
African swine fever (ASF) is an infectious viral disease that causes high economic losses due to the necessity of depopulation of pigs in affected areas, sanitary measures, trade restrictions, etc.Expand
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Monitoring of African swine fever in the wild boar population of the most recent endemic area of Spain.
Wild boars are natural hosts for African swine fever (ASF). The ASF virus (ASFV) can persist for long periods in the environment, such as in ticks and contaminated products, which may be sources ofExpand
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Detection of African Swine Fever Virus Antibodies in Serum and Oral Fluid Specimens Using a Recombinant Protein 30 (p30) Dual Matrix Indirect ELISA
In the absence of effective vaccine(s), control of African swine fever caused by African swine fever virus (ASFV) must be based on early, efficient, cost-effective detection and strict control andExpand
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Why is African swine fever still present in Sardinia?
African swine fever (ASF) is an infectious disease of swine that has been present in Sardinia since 1978. Soon after introduction of the disease, several control and eradication programmes wereExpand
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