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Article published the February 7, 2022:

Histopathological changes in pigs infected with ileitis

IntroductionIleitis (proliferative enteropathy of pigs), caused by the obligate intracellular parasite, the bacterium Lawsonia intracellularis, is the most common intestinal infection worldwide, affecting pigle...
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Olena Ayshpur
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Article published the February 1, 2022:

Do we need to vaccinate against parasites? If yes, which one? Are you sure? Vaccination against parasites – status quo and the way forward

Introduction - vaccines against parasites In modern swine medicine, vaccination against various pathogens is an integral part of the health management. However, currently not a single vaccine against parasites ...
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Anja Joachim
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Article published the January 31, 2022:

Diagnostics for parasites - what do we know, where do we go?

Ascaris suum is currently the only parasitic worm that is still highly prevalent in modern intensive pig production systems. However, due to the subclinical nature of the disease, ascariasis often remains undia...
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Peter Geldhof
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Article published the August 6, 2021:

Public health impact and control options of parasitic zoonoses via pork

IntroductionParasites have long been neglected but nowadays are becoming more recognized as important foodborne pathogens. Various factors contribute to their undervaluation such as complex lifecycles and ...
Author/s :
Joke van der Giessen
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Article published the April 15, 2021:

Streptococcosis control in swine production

Streptococcosis are diseases caused by different species of the genus Streptococcus and, in the case of swine, mainly due to Streptococcus suis. There are 35 recognised serotypes of S. suis, being the serotypes...
Author/s :
Ignacio Lopez Paredes
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Article published the September 13, 2018:

First Case of Natural Infection in Pigs. Review of Trypanosoma cruzi Reservoirs in Mexico

The epidemiological cycle of Trypanosoma cruzi involves humans, the transmitting arthropod, and a large number of different naturally infected mammals. Mammals play an important role as reservoirs, specifically...
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Paz María Salazar-Schettino
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Article published the July 20, 2017:

Vaccination against parasites – status quo and the way forward

Background - vaccines against parasites In modern swine medicine, vaccination against various pathogens is an integral part of the health management. However, currently not a single vaccine against parasites o...
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Anja Joachim
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Article published the April 6, 2017:

Use of H-Index and Other Bibliometric Indicators to Evaluate Research Productivity Outcome on Swine Diseases

IntroductionThe measure of the scientific quality and productivity of a particular researcher or research team has been traditionally a controversial issue. The topic is not trivial as it can be used by manager...
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Ivan DiazJoaquim Segalés
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Article published the July 17, 2009:

Parasites in Swine: An outline

Parasites have been a problem for livestock producers for as long as there has been livestock. These parasites can cause economic loss to the producer in many ways including: decrease feed efficiency, increase ...
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Article published the February 17, 2009:

External Parasites on Swine

External parasites of swine are a serious problem for Florida producers. Arthropod parasites limit production by feeding on blood, skin, and hair. The wounds and skin irritation produced by these parasites resu...
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