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Viruses. 2017 Feb 18;9(2). Genetic Assessment of African Swine Fever Isolates Involved in Outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of Congo between 2005 and 2012 Reveals Co-Circulation of p72 Genotypes I, IX and XIV, Including 19 Variants. 4.1.

Viruses. 2017 Feb 18;9(2). Genetic Assessment of African Swine Fever Isolates Involved in Outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of Congo between 2005 and 2012 Reveals Co-Circulation of p72 Genotypes I, IX and XIV, Including 19 Variants.

Molecular Characterization This is the first extensive molecular evaluation of circulating ASFV genotypes in the DRC. Previous knowledge was based on data from single samples submitted for ASF diagnosis [9,11,26,29,31,32], but little was known about the dynamics of circulating ASFV strains in the DRC. Analysis of the p72 gene identified three genotypes (I, IX and XIV) circulating in the DRC.

Forty of 62 (64.5%) clustered with DRC historical strains (DRC_Kat63 and DRC_Kat67), as well as other strains from genotype I, confirming that genotype I is the most prevalent in the country. Figure 5. Although the p54 gene was previously determined to be a valuable locus for finer levels of discrimination [19,34,35], no additional resolution was gained for this dataset; however, the p54 locus did corroborate the topology generated by the p72 analysis.

The CVR was capable of providing further resolution than either the p72 or p54 genes. 4.2. Parasites & Vectors 07/01/17 Regional level risk factors associated with the occurrence of African swine fever in West and East Africa. African swine fever (ASF), caused by a DNA virus of the genus Asfivirus, is a highly contagious disease for domestic pigs.

Parasites & Vectors 07/01/17 Regional level risk factors associated with the occurrence of African swine fever in West and East Africa

It can have severe socio-economic impacts due to high mortality and trade restrictions [1]. ASF is considered the major limiting factor for pig production in many sub-Saharan African countries where a significant commercial pig industry exists [1, 2]. ASF has also spread outside Africa, including recently to the Caucasus and Russia, posing considerable threats to the global pig industry [3, 4, 5, 6]. Because no vaccine has been developed, a full understanding of the ecology and epidemiology of ASF is fundamental to implement effective control measures [2, 6, 7]. ASF outbreaks have been reported for many sub-Saharan African countries, and the epidemiology and ecology of ASF are thought to vary between different regions [8, 9]. A few studies have been conducted to investigate the factors linked with ASF risk [10].

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Peste porcine africaine en Tanzanie. Peste porcine africaine au Kenya. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases 22/05/16 Identification of a New Genotype of African Swine Fever Virus in Domestic Pigs from Ethiopia. Summary African swine fever (ASF) is an important emerging transboundary animal disease (TAD), which currently has an impact on many countries in Africa, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and the Russian Federation.

Transboundary and Emerging Diseases 22/05/16 Identification of a New Genotype of African Swine Fever Virus in Domestic Pigs from Ethiopia

The current situation in Europe shows the ability of the virus to rapidly spread, which stands to threaten the global swine industry. At present, there is no viable vaccine to minimize spread of the disease and stamping out is the main source of control. In February 2011, Ethiopia had reported its first suspected outbreaks of ASF. Genomic analyses of the collected ASF virus (ASFV) strains were undertaken using 23 tissue samples collected from domestic swine in Ethiopia from 2011 to 2014. Introduction.

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Peste porcine africaine au Nigéria. Peste porcine africaine en Côte d'Ivoire. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Volume 2013 (2013), Epidemiological Overview of African Swine Fever in Uganda (2001–2012) Preventive Veterinary Medicine xxx (2012) xxx– xxx Risk factors for farm-level African swine fever infection in major pig-produc. ENVT - 2006 - Thèse en ligne : Etude épidémiologique de la peste porcine africaine dans la région de Marovoay (Madagascar) TROPICULTURA - 1987 - Mesures prophylactiques contre la peste porcine africaine à Kounden, Cameroun. OATAO - 2006 - Etude épidémiologique du cycle sauvage de la Peste Porcine Africaine dans la région du Sine Saloum au Sénégal. Ec. Le Glaunec, Gaëlle.

OATAO - 2006 - Etude épidémiologique du cycle sauvage de la Peste Porcine Africaine dans la région du Sine Saloum au Sénégal. Ec

Etude épidémiologique du cycle sauvage de la Peste Porcine Africaine dans la région du Sine Saloum au Sénégal. Thèse d'exercice, Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse - ENVT, 2006, 138 p. Après avoir évoqué l'épidémiologie de la Peste Porcine Africaine (PPA) en Afrique et la situation particulière du Sénégal à ce sujet, l'auteur présente l'étude. D'une part, il faut déterminer s'il existe une circulation du virus au sein des phacochères en réalisant des prélèvements sur ces derniers par l'intermédiaire de la chasse. D'autre part, le rôle de la tique molle Ornithodoros sonraï en tant que vecteur de la maladie est étudié en recherchant sa présence dans les élevages de porcs et dans les terriers de phacochères. Repository Staff Only: item control page. OATAO - 2007 - Epidémiologie de la peste porcine africaine dans la région du lac Alaotra (Madagascar) : étude des facteurs de ri. Franco, Stéphanie.

OATAO - 2007 - Epidémiologie de la peste porcine africaine dans la région du lac Alaotra (Madagascar) : étude des facteurs de ri

OATAO - 2002 - La peste porcine africaine au Togo : épidémiologie et modalités de lutte. Sorin, Corinne.

OATAO - 2002 - La peste porcine africaine au Togo : épidémiologie et modalités de lutte

La peste porcine africaine au Togo : épidémiologie et modalités de lutte. Thèse d'exercice, Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III, 2002, 114 p. La peste porcine africaine, maladie virale très contagieuse, a frappé le Togo en 1997 causant des épizooties menaçantes pour la sécurité alimentaire de la population. Après l'échec des premières mesures de lutte, la maladie s'est propagée sans aucun contrôle. L'enquête sérologique que nous avons réalisée sur le cheptel porcin togolais permet de connaître la Situation épidémiologique actuelle. Repository Staff Only: item control page. CDC EID – DEC 2012 – Au sommaire: African Swine Fever Virus, Tanzania, 2010–2012.

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CDC EID – DEC 2012 – Au sommaire: African Swine Fever Virus, Tanzania, 2010–2012

Protecting People. JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE - 2013 - Epidemiological Overview of African Swine Fever in Uganda (2001–2012)