classical swine fever

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classical swine fever

n.
A highly infectious, often fatal viral disease of swine, characterized by fever, loss of appetite, and diarrhea. It occurs worldwide. Also called hog cholera.
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The effect of sample degradation and RNA stabilization on classical swine fever virus RT-PCR and ELISA methods.
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Maternal Antibody Persistence against the Classical Swine Fever Virus in Piglets Born from Vaccinated Sows in Farms With Different Vaccination Strategies