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Gestion du risque peste porcine africaine en Europe

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Références EFSA concernant la peste porcine africaine

Peste porcine africaine - Plans d'action en Europe-France. Réponses parlementaires. Front. Vet. Sci. 26/03/18 Relevant measures to prevent the spread of African swine fever in the European Union domestic pig sector. 1Complutense University of Madrid, Spain 2University of Ljubljana, Slovenia 3CENTER FOR ANIMAL HEALTH RESEARCH, INIA, Spain 4GD Animal Health, Netherlands 5Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale della Lombardia e dell'Emilia Romagna Bruno Ubertini (IZSLER), Italy During the last decade, African swine fever (ASF) has spread from the Caucasus region to eastern European Union (EU) countries affecting domestic pig and wild boar populations.

Front. Vet. Sci. 26/03/18 Relevant measures to prevent the spread of African swine fever in the European Union domestic pig sector

In order to avert ASF spread, mitigation measures targeting both populations have been established. However, despite these efforts, ASF has been reported in thirteen different countries (Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Moldova, Czech Republic and Romania). In the absence of an effective vaccine or treatment to ASF, introduction and spread of ASF onto domestic pig farms can only be prevented by strict compliance to control measures. Edited by: * Correspondence: DVM. DW_COM - MARS 2018 - Spectrum: Germany's wild boar problem. EUROPA_EU 19/09/17 African Swine Fever. What is African swine fever?

EUROPA_EU 19/09/17 African Swine Fever

- Current situation - Control measures - EFSA scientific advice - Blueprint and Roadmap (BRMP) - ASF Diagnostic Manual - Description of the disease What is African swine fever? African swine fever (ASF) is a devastating infectious disease of pigs, usually deadly. No vaccine exists to combat this virus. It does not affect humans nor does it affect other animal species other than pigs and wild boars. Current Situation For epidemiological information gathered through the EU Animal Disease Notification System (ADNS), please see the "Notification System" page. The agenda and the presentations of the points being discussed in the Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed (PAFF) can be found in the "Animal Health and Welfare regulatory committee" page. Control measures.

FAO - Présentation : The interface between wild boar and extensive pig production: implications for the spread of ASF in Eastern Europe. CIRAD 01/12/14 Projet ASForce : éradiquer la peste porcine. 01/12/2014 - Communiqué de presse Après Lisbonne (Portugal) en 2012 et Cagliari (Sardaigne) en 2013, c’est Montpellier qui a accueilli, du 22 au 24 octobre, la troisième réunion de l’ensemble du consortium (Full Consortium Meeting) du projet ASForce qui vise à éradiquer la peste porcine africaine (PPA) (African Swine Fever), maladie dévastatrice qui affecte le porc par un virus complexe.

CIRAD 01/12/14 Projet ASForce : éradiquer la peste porcine

Initié en 2012 pour une période de trois ans, le projet ASForce UE FP7) est constitué d’un consortium de18 partenaires européens et russes répartis dans 8 pays. CENTRO DI REFERENZA NAZIONALE PER LE PESTI SUINE - 2004 - Piano di emergenza per la peste suina classica e per la peste suina africana. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases - 2012 - Monitoring of African Swine Fever in the Wild Boar Population of the Most Recent Endemic Area of Spain. EUROPE - ASFRISK - 2009 - Evaluation and controlling the risk of African swine fever in the EU.

ASFORCE - La peste porcine africaine menace de s'étendre en Europe - Soyez en conscient! ASFORCE - Programme de recherche 2012-2015 - Targeted research effort on African swine fever. BMC - 2014 - Modular framework to assess the risk of African swine fever virus entry into the European Union. CDC EID - Volume 20, Number 9—September 2014. Au sommaire notamment: Genetic Variation among African Swine Fever Genotype II Viruses, Eastern and Central Europe. Carmina Gallardo ( , Jovita Fernández-Pinero, Virginia Pelayo, Ismail Gazaev, Iwona Markowska-Daniel, Gediminas Pridotkas, Raquel Nieto, Paloma Fernández-Pacheco, Svetlana Bokhan, Oleg Nevolko, Zhanna Drozhzhe, Covadonga Pérez, Alejandro Soler, Denis Kolvasov, and Marisa Arias Author affiliations: Centro de Investigación en Sanidad Animal (CISA-INIA), Madrid, Spain (C.

CDC EID - Volume 20, Number 9—September 2014. Au sommaire notamment: Genetic Variation among African Swine Fever Genotype II Viruses, Eastern and Central Europe

Gallardo, J. Fernández-Pinero, V. Pelayo, R. Highlight and copy the desired format. Abstract. DG SANCO 09/06/17 Rapport OAV : IT Italy - Animal health - African swine fever. Cookies This site uses cookies to offer you a better browsing experience.

DG SANCO 09/06/17 Rapport OAV : IT Italy - Animal health - African swine fever

Find out more on how we use cookies and how you can change your settings. European Commission Accessibility tools Service tools Language Navigation path Browse section: All Topics. BMC VETERINARY RESEARCH 04/01/16 African swine fever virus transmission cycles in Central Europe: Evaluation of wild boar-soft tick contacts through detection of antibodies against Ornithodoros erraticus saliva antigen.

African swine fever (ASF) is one of the most important and complex notifiable diseases of both domestic and wild pigs.

BMC VETERINARY RESEARCH 04/01/16 African swine fever virus transmission cycles in Central Europe: Evaluation of wild boar-soft tick contacts through detection of antibodies against Ornithodoros erraticus saliva antigen

It is caused by the eponymous virus which belongs to the genus Asfivirus within the Asfarviridae family [1]. African swine fever virus (ASFV) is the only known DNA virus with an arthropod vector. The latter are soft ticks of the genus Ornithodoros [2]. In general, different transmission cycles are observed with ASFV: a sylvatic cycle, a soft tick-pig cycle, and a domestic cycle [3]. The former is of importance in Southern and Eastern Africa, where it involves warthogs and soft ticks of the O. moubata complex, while a similar sylvatic cycle in Europe, involving Eurasian wild boar and O. erraticus ticks has not been hitherto demonstrated [4].

The endophilous/ nidicolous ticks in the O. erraticus complex have been reported from the Iberian Peninsula, North and West Africa, and Western Asia [9–11]. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY - AOUT 2015 - Assessment of African Swine Fever Diagnostic Techniques as a Response to the Epidemic Outbreaks in Eastern European Union Countries: How To Improve Surveillance and Control Programs.

EUROPE 13/01/15 Présentation : Exotic diseases approaching EU EFSA mandates on PPR, sheep pox, lumpy skin disease. OIE - FEV 2015 - Présentation : Latvia report : Second meeting (SGE2) BMC 29/12/15 African swine fever virus transmission cycles in Central Europe: Evaluation of wild boar-soft tick contacts through detection of antibodies against Ornithodoros erraticus saliva antigen. ANSES 22/05/12 Introduction de maladies animales exotiques en France : des recommandations pour améliorer la surveillance et la prévention . L'actualité a été ajouté à votre bibliothèque Actualité du 22/05/2012 Fièvre aphteuse, influenza aviaire ou encore fièvre catarrhale ovine, comme l'ont montré les crises sanitaires de la dernière décennie, il est essentiel de disposer de systèmes de lutte organisés et réactifs contre les agents pathogènes exotiques.

ANSES 22/05/12 Introduction de maladies animales exotiques en France : des recommandations pour améliorer la surveillance et la prévention .

Afin d'identifier les maladies exotiques les plus à risque d'introduction en France et de préciser les modalités de lutte et de surveillance les plus adaptées contre ces agents, l'Anses s'est auto-saisie. Elle publie aujourd'hui les résultats de ses travaux et les recommandations qu'elle en tire. La santé des animaux est susceptible d'être menacée par divers agents pathogènes (bactéries, virus, parasites) dont certains peuvent également affecter la santé humaine (agents zoonotiques). Dans ce contexte, l'Anses a souhaité s'autosaisir. L'étude de l'Anses a porté sur les maladies des bovins, des petits ruminants, des porcs, des chevaux et des volailles.

The Veterinary record. 02/2015; African swine fever in wild boar in Europe: a notable challenge. NATIONAL VETERINARY INSTITUTE (SVA_SE) 22/04/15 Projet de recherche 2013-2015 - Assessing the impacts of African swine fever in smallholder pig systems and the feasability of potential interventions. Published 2015-04-22 In this project researchers from SLU and SVA will undertake an analysis of the pig production in selected environments in Uganda, to assess the economic impact of African swine fever, its prevention and control.

NATIONAL VETERINARY INSTITUTE (SVA_SE) 22/04/15 Projet de recherche 2013-2015 - Assessing the impacts of African swine fever in smallholder pig systems and the feasability of potential interventions

Karl Ståhl from SLU and SVA is the project leader. A participatory approach will be used to assess the feasibility of available intervention strategies in the different production settings, and to understand drivers of compliance versus non-compliance. Uganda has the second largest and most rapidly growing pig production in Africa. Most of these pigs are found in smallholder family farms in the rural areas, and are mostly kept by women. ASF has severe socio-economic impact. Quantitative and qualitative methods will be applied in the project. SVA_SE - MARS 2014 - Présentations du workshop : African swine ferver in wild board. SGE1%20-%20Expert%20presentation%201%20(Wild%20boar-domestic%20pig%20interface)%20-%20S%20%20Khomenko. LUDWIG MAXIMILLIANS UNIVERSITAT MUNCHEN - 2012 - Thèse en ligne : Classical and African swine fever in domestic pigs and Europea. Abstract Classical and African swine fever are highly contagious, notifiable viral diseases affecting different members of the Suidae family, both showing tremendous impact on animal health and pig production.

LUDWIG MAXIMILLIANS UNIVERSITAT MUNCHEN - 2012 - Thèse en ligne : Classical and African swine fever in domestic pigs and Europea

Optimization of CSF control strategies comprised two different approaches. In a first step, the current strategy of oral immunization of wild boar using a conventional C-strain vaccine was supplemented with the implementation of genetic DIVA using a recently developed multiplex rRT-PCR assay. This approach facilitates a rapid and reliable differentiation of field virus infected from C-strain vaccinated wild boar, and thus presents a promising tool also for emergency vaccination scenarios in domestic pigs. However, the use of conventional modified live vaccines like the C-strain does not allow serological differentiation of infected from vaccinated animals which is a prerequisite for modern disease control. THE VETERINARY RECORD 13/01/90 Distribution and biology of Ornithodoros erraticus in parts of Spain affected by african swine fe. PLOS - AVRIL 2013 - Introduction of African Swine Fever into the European Union through Illegal Importation of Pork and Pork Pro.

Transboundary animal diseases can have very severe socio-economic impacts when introduced into new regions.

PLOS - AVRIL 2013 - Introduction of African Swine Fever into the European Union through Illegal Importation of Pork and Pork Pro

The history of disease incursions into the European Union suggests that initial outbreaks were often initiated by illegal importation of meat and derived products. The European Union would benefit from decision-support tools to evaluate the risk of disease introduction caused by illegal imports in order to inform its surveillance strategy.

However, due to the difficulty in quantifying illegal movements of animal products, very few studies of this type have been conducted. Using African swine fever as an example, this work presents a novel risk assessment framework for disease introduction into the European Union through illegal importation of meat and products. It uses a semi-quantitative approach based on factors that likely influence the likelihood of release of contaminated smuggled meat and products, and subsequent exposure of the susceptible population. Figures. PIRBRIGHT INSTITUTE - African swine fever virus group. Publications. African swine fever is an economically important haemorrhagic fever of domestic pigs which is caused by a large DNA virus (ASFV).

Virus isolates vary in virulence, the most virulent isolates causing 100% mortality but isolates of reduced virulence have emerged as the virus has circulated in domestic pigs. Pigs that recover from infection may remain persistently infected for long periods. The natural hosts for ASFV are warthogs, bushpigs and soft ticks of the Ornithodoros species (O. moubata in Africa and O. erraticus in southern Europe).

The virus persistently infects these wildlife hosts showing no signs of disease. The ability of the virus to persist in its hosts shows that it has mechanisms to evade host defence systems. PIRBRIGHT INSTITUTE - African swine fever virus group. Publications. Peste porcine africaine : menace lointaine ou dangereusement proche ? CDC EID - AVRIL 2012 - High Virulence of African Swine Fever Virus Caucasus Isolate in European Wild Boars of All Ages. FAO – NOV 009 - EMPRES WATCH - African swine fever spread in the Russian Federation and the risk for the region.

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Tous droits réservés. MAI 2013 - EMPRES WATCH - African swine fever in the Russian Federation: risk factors for Europe and beyond. ANSES - La peste porcine africaine aux portes de l'Europe (BEP n°34, déc 2009, page 10.