Efficacy of Type 2 PRRSV vaccine against Chinese and Vietnamese HP-PRRSV challenge in pigs.

  title={Efficacy of Type 2 PRRSV vaccine against Chinese and Vietnamese HP-PRRSV challenge in pigs.},
  author={Kelly M. Lager and Sarah N Schlink and Susan L. Brockmeier and Laura C Miller and Jamie N. Henningson and Matthew Allan Kappes and Marcus E. Kehrli and Crystal L. Loving and Baoquing Guo and Sabrina L. Swenson and Hanchun Yang and Kay S. Faaberg},
  volume={32 48},
Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) causes significant reproductive losses in the sow herd and respiratory disease in growing pigs. The virus belongs to the family Arteriviridae and there are two major genotypes. Type 1 is represented by Lelystad virus, the European prototype virus, and Type 2 is represented by the North American prototype virus, VR-2332. Depending on husbandry, immune status of the herd, and virulence of the isolate, the severity of disease and… CONTINUE READING
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