Aujeszky's disease


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Au·jesz·ky's disease

 (ou-jĕs′kēz)
[After Aladár Aujeszky (1869-1933), Hungarian veterinary pathologist.]
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Proceedings of the International Symposium on PRRS and Aujeszky's Disease, Ploufragan, France, June 21-24.
Examples are that of McInerney and Kooij (1997) for Aujeszky's disease, the study of Smith et al.
Pseudorabies virus (PRV), also called Aujeszky's disease virus or Suid herpesvirus 1, is the causative agent of pseudorabies (PR), which infects a wide variety of animals from mollusks to mammals and damages world economy.
The Department of Animal Husbandry, Government of India accepted UK's Export Health Certificate for export of live swine after the British Government revised their certificate by declaring that the UK is free from African swine fever, Classical Swine Fever, swine vesicular disease Teschen disease and Aujeszky's disease in accordance with the OIE Terrestrial Animal Health code.
Test results indicated that the animal was negative for rabies, canine distemper, Aujeszky's disease, leishmaniasis, and flavivirus infection (online Technical Appendix).
Gonzalez BM, Juarez MM, Ramirez MH, Soto ZC, Carrillo Ml, Cruz ST (2015) Protective effect of a Mexican propolis on mdbk cells exposed to Aujeszky's Disease Virus (pseudorabies virus).
Pseudorabies (PR), also known as Aujeszky's disease, is a highly contagious viral disease of great sanitary and economic importance in pigs (OIE, 2015).
DIVA vaccines have been tried for livestock diseases like Aujeszky's disease and others but there is still a long way to achieve the millennium development goals (Van Oirschot et al., 1986; Lee et al., 2011; Gao et al, 2012).
Presently, NIHSAD undertaken research, diagnosis and surveillance of avian influenza, rabbit hemorrhagic disease, Bovine immuno-deficiency, Aujeszky's disease, porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, transmissible gastroenteritis, African swine fever, malignant catarrhal fever, caprine arthritis and encephalitis.
Vaccination of piglets exhibited strong protection against both Aujeszky's disease and CSFV [51] supporting the use of rPRV-based bivalent vaccines against CSFV.