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Mycoplasma suis was previously classified as Eperythrozoon suis. On the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequencing, Neimark et al....


Porcine teschoviruses (PTVs) belong to the genus Teschovirus within the family Picornaviridae (Pringle, 1999). Specific to...

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It is suggested that the Chios breed is the result of crossbreeding between the local sheep of the island of Chios and breeds of Anatolia...


The Sapelovirus genus, within the family Picornaviridae, consists of three species: Sapelovirus A (SV-A) formerly...


Picornaviruses infecting pigs, described for many years as 'porcine enteroviruses', have now been recognized as distinct viruses...


Porcine enteroviruses (PEV) are members of the family Picornaviridae, genus Enterovirus and were originally divided into 13...


B. bison is a large ungulate with brown pelage, characterized by a hump at the shoulders, a large head and short neck, and short,...


Camelpox is a contagious viral disease of camels that occurs throughout the camel-breeding countries of northern Africa, the Middle East, and...


CMLV is a large enveloped DNA virus within the genus Orthopoxvirus (family Poxviridae). Similar to other orthopoxviruses,...

Cover for Bubalus bubalis (Asian water buffalo)

B. bubalis is a large ruminant with prominent horns, splayed hooves and a brown or dark grey coat. There are two morphologies....

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