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Research Updates

Volume 1 - 2012

Number 1 The effect of passive immunity to Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae and an extended lactation period on piglet immune development
Number 2
Number 3 Swine breeding herd monitoring for influenza virus after mass vaccination
Number 4 Epidemiological study of air filtration systems for preventing PRRSV infection in large sow herds
Number 5 Economic study of air filtration systems for preventing PRRSV infections in large sow herds 
Number 6 PRRS incidence/prevalence pilot study
Number 7 Time to produce PRRSv-negative pigs from infected breeding sites  
Number 8 Genes expressed by pathogenic and non-pathogenic Lawsonia intracellularis isolates
Number 9 Detection of large genetic diversity of porcine group B rotavirus strains in the United States, resulting in a modified classification proposal for G genotypes 
Number 10 The effect of PRRSV infection on the expression of the antibody repertoire
Number 11 Detection of Airborne Influenza A virus in experimentally infected pigs with maternally derived antibodies

Volume 2 - 2013

Number 1 Effect of PRRSV aerosols particle size on air filtration efficiency
Number 2 Early detection of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae infections in live pigs: Comparison of current methods 
Number 3 Comparison of production losses between whole herd exposure programs to control PRRSv
Number 4 Association of herd-closure practices with PRRSv-elimination from breeding herds  
Number 5 Indirect transmission of influenza A virus  
Number 6 Swine influenza virus risk factors in growing pigs
Number 7 Farrowing room transmission of PCV2 from sows to piglets
Number 8 Detection and quantification of influenza A virus in environmental samples

Volume 3 - 2014

Number 1 Antigenic drift of H1N1 influenza A virus in pigs with and without passive immunity
Number 2 PRRS incidence/prevalence study
Number 3 Is PED virus airborne and infectious?
Number 4 Effect of EPI technology on decreasing PRRS, influenza and PED viruses in aerosols from experimentally infected pigs
Number 5 A third Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus, United States
SDEC Filtration Fact Sheet by Dr. Peter Raynor
See also his presentation on Aerobiology and the Principles of Air Filtration
Number 6 Quantification of the impact of swine diseases in growing pig production: Influenza, PRRS and PED
Number 7 Application of Filter Standards to Evaluate Used Filters against PRRSV

 


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