Swine Influenza Virus Technical Articles


Article published the October 15, 2019:

Immunonutrition, a topic of interest

Outbreaks of avian and swine influenza, as well as African swine fever in Asia, are forcing scientists to reevaluate and redirect their research towards a stronger strengthening of the immune system through nut...
Author/s :
Joaquin Armando Paulino Paniagua
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Article published the July 2, 2019:

AH1N1 impact on the Mexican pork meat market

1. Introduction In April 2009, Edgar Hernández, a four year-old boy from La Gloria, El Perote in Veracruz, Mexico, was declared the first human infected with a new kind of virus that caused a type of pn...
Author/s :
Joana Chapa Cantu
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Article published the June 10, 2019:

Detection of antibodies against pathogens in feral and domestic pigs (Sus scrofa) at the Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve, Mexico

  Introduction Globalization has played an important role in the dissemination of diseases because it allows the mobilization of people, animals and products from one place to another in a short time1. I...
Author/s :
Rosalba Carreón
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Article published the October 5, 2017:

Influenza A (H1N1) pdm09 Virus among Healthy Show Pigs, United States

Cross-species infections with influenza A viruses readily occur between humans and pigs. Pigs often have been infected by human epidemic viruses (1), and swine workers and their family members are at increased ...
Author/s :
Russ Daly, DVM, DACVPM
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Article published the August 10, 2017:

Distinct Regulation of Host Responses by ERK and JNK MAP Kinases in Swine Macrophages Infected with Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 Influenza Virus

  Introduction Swine influenza is an acute respiratory disease caused by swine influenza viruses (SIV). The symptoms and signs generally include fever, sneezing, nasal rattles, and respiratory distress i...
Author/s :
Carol J. CardonaZheng Xing
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Article published the June 30, 2017:

Active Surveillance for Influenza A Virus among Swine, Midwestern United States, 2009–2011

Influenza A virus has become a major pathogen, causing epidemics of respiratory disease in humans, which not only result in increased deaths but also raise public health organization alarms regarding the need f...
Author/s :
Dr. Jim LoweMarie Culhane
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Article published the June 9, 2017:

Influenza Virus Surveillance in Coordinated Swine Production Systems, United States

Influenza A viruses (IAVs) are the etiologic agents of acute respiratory disease in many mammalian species. Although originating in wild aquatic birds, IAVs have been successful in crossing the species barrier,...
Author/s :
Dr. Jim Lowe
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Article published the May 18, 2017:

Characterization of Viral Load, Viability and Persistence of Influenza A Virus in Air and on Surfaces of Swine Production Facilities

  Introduction Influenza A virus (IAV) causes significant epidemics of respiratory disease in humans that result in human deaths and raise public health concerns that require a deeper understanding of IA...
Author/s :
Montse TorremorellVictor Neira Ramirez
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Article published the April 20, 2017:

Concentration, Size Distribution, and Infectivity of Airborne Particles Carrying Swine Viruses

Introduction Among all infectious agents, those transmitted through aerosols are the most difficult to control [1]. The speed of dispersion of airborne infectious agents makes them hard to contain and protect ...
Author/s :
Montse TorremorellPeter Davies
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Article published the December 16, 2016:

Association between Influenza A Virus Infection and Pigs Subpopulations in Endemically Infected Breeding Herds

Introduction Influenza A viruses (IAVs) are Orthomixoviruses able to infect many animal species including birds, pigs and humans [1]. The segmented genome of IAVs allows the exchange of gene segments between...
Author/s :
Marie CulhaneMontse TorremorellPeter Davies
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