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ISAV is a pleiomorphic enveloped virus, 100-130 nm in diameter, with 10-12 nm surface projections exhibiting haemagglutination,...

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Disease(s) associated with this pathogen is/are on the list of diseases notifiable to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE). The...

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Atrophic rhinitis is a widely prevalent infectious disease of pigs characterized by atrophy of the nasal turbinate bones, which results in a...

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Porcine enteroviruses are very small, non-enveloped, roughly spherical nucleocapsids with a diameter of 22-31 nm. They contain non-segmented...

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Porcine enteroviruses are widespread, and occur in many different serotypes. The pathology of porcine enterovirus infections varies greatly...

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The causal pathogens of sheep and goat pox (SGPX) are capripoxviruses of the family of Poxviridae. These are DNA viruses, which are...

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The genus Salmonella comprises a large group of bacteria that cause infectious diseases of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles, as well...

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