From the selected papers, four will represent Brazil in the next edition of the event, which will take place in Germany in 2024
Director of the Scientific Committee Roberto Guedes and IPVS President Fernanda Almeida / Gabriel Andrade
Known as one of the main showcases for the exhibition and dissemination of research focused on the swine area, IPVS2022 recognized in its 26th edition, which took place between June 21 and 24, 2022, at RioCentro, Rio de Janeiro, the abstracts that stood out for their originality and solutions for this production chain.
The congress, which brought together 2,170 professionals committed to the evolution of global swine production, returned to Brazil after 34 years and was surprising for the relevance of the themes presented. "When analyzing the abstracts submitted to our committee, we noticed the significant scientific advancement of researchers, who even in the midst of the pandemic did not cease their research and delivered valuable material, which will certainly solve bottlenecks in the production chain of pigs," says the veterinarian and Director of the Scientific Committee IPVS2022 Roberto Guedes.
For IPVS2022 president Fernanda Almeida, all this engagement will take swine farming to other levels. "Noticing the commitment of so many professionals on behalf of the activity only reinforces the certainty that we will achieve excellence in production and that we are on the right track," she says.
She points out that these abstracts will be the business card of the national swine industry. "We will be represented by great professionals and by important work in the 2024 edition of the IPVS, which will be held in Germany. This privileges us and delivers the legacy of IPVS2022, which for sure will be marked in the history of the event," she says.
Of the twenty selected, the best presentations were by Cipriano de Abreu, from Iowa State University - Ames - USA; Jasmine Hattab, from the University or Teramo - Teramo - Italy; Wei-Tao Chen, from National Taiwan University - Taipei - Taiwan and Fanciéli Adriane Molossi - UFRGS - Porto Alegre - Brazil, ranked in that order.
Get to know now the papers that got top marks in IPVS2022:
Session 1 -Viral Diseases I
Molly Kroeger – “Detection and correlation of PCV2 by PCR and IHC in tissues in a PVC2d/PRRSV challenge model in the new paradigm of PCV2d infection”
Session 2- Bacterial Diseases I
Fernando Leite - Efficacy of an Oral Vaccine Against Monophasic Salmonella I 4,,12:i:
Session 3 - Immunology & Vaccinology I
Edgar Tapia – “Performance of a Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (MHP) serum antibody ELISA for the detection of MHP antibody in processing fluids”
Session 4 – Production and innovation
Jasmine Hattab – “Artificial Intelligence and Slaughtered Pigs: a promising affair”
Session 5 - Viral Diseases II
Daniel Moraes -“Macroepidemiological aspects of influenza virus A detection in the United States swine population between 2010-2021”
Session 6 -Bacterial Diseases II
Cipriano De Abreu - “Mycoplasma hyorhinis detection in dams and piglets during lactation”
Session 7 - Welfare
Raúl David Guevara Ballesteros - “Assessment of pig oxidative stress model"
Session 8 - Antimicrobials
Sarah Rodrigues Chagas -“Comparative study between different formulations containing toltrazuril under field conditions”
Session 9 - Viral Diseases III
Christa Goodell - “Efficacy of “Tooth extraction” for ASFV elimination and relevance of point of care testing for ASFV to the field”
Session 10 - Bacterial Diseases III
Cipriano De Abreu - “An experimental aerossol infection model for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae in pigs”
Session 11 - Immunology & Vaccinology Ii
Fernando Bravo De Laguna Ortega - “Cytokine’s gene expression. Profile in tissues of piglets supplemented with Saccharomyces cerevisisae boulardii CNCM I-1079 and vaccinated against Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae”
Session 12 - Nutrition
Saffir Dominique Fernandes - “Effects of maternal plane of nutrition on gastrointestinal morphophysiology in different birth weight piglets”
Session 13 - Viral Diseases IV
Nick Vereecke - “Increased prevalence of 27a like porcine parvovirus type 1 strains in Europe and reactivity of vaccination-antisera against different PPV-1 strains”
Session 14 - Bacterial Diseases IV
Emma T Helm - “Correlating diagnostic metrics and performance in Lawsonia intracellularis challenged pigs”
Session 15 - Reproduction
Ana Clara Rodrigues De Oliveira - “Altrenogest supplementation in sows from day 6 to 12 of pregnancy improves piglet performance at birth”
Session 16 - Herd Management
Petronella Anne Calitz - “Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) bioluminiescence assay for biosecurity verification”
Session 17 - Miscellaneous
Edison De Souza Magalhães - “Application of aggregated histopathology data to assess disease impact in growing pig populations”
Session 18 - Clinical Cases
Franciéli Adriane Molossi - “PCV3-associated disease in neonatal piglets in Brazil”
Session 19 - Immunology & Vaccinology III
Wei-Tao Chen - “Construction and Stable Expression of Mammalian Cell-based Secretory Classical Swine Fever Virus Envelope Glycoprotein E2 to Enhance Antigenicity and Performance of Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assays”
Session 20 - Food Safety - Parasites
Luciana Giacometti Cavalheiro - “Microbiological quality of pig carcasses in a slaughterhouse under risk-based inspection system”