Paramyxovirus Infection in Pigs with Interstitial Pneumonia and Encephalitis in the United States

@article{Janke2001ParamyxovirusII,
  title={Paramyxovirus Infection in Pigs with Interstitial Pneumonia and Encephalitis in the United States},
  author={Bruce H. Janke and Prem S. Paul and John Landgraf and Patrick G. Halbur and C D Huinker},
  journal={Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation},
  year={2001},
  volume={13},
  pages={428 - 433}
}
In the last few years, newly recognized paramyxoviruses have been associated with severe disease in several animal species, including swine, as well as in human beings. Recently, a paramyxovirus was isolated from a swine herd in the northcentral United States that experienced an epizootic of respiratory and central nervous system disease. Affected pigs had interstitial pneumonia with necrotizing bronchiolitis and encephalitis characterized by lymphocytic perivasculitis and diffuse gliosis. Germ… 
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