Reprint

Classical Swine Fever

Edited by
January 2021
226 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03943-809-9 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03943-810-5 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Classical Swine Fever that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Medicine & Pharmacology
Public Health & Healthcare
Summary
This book focuses on the “disease aspects” of classical swine fever (CSF). The epidemiological pattern of the reemergence of CSF from wild boars and its spread to neighboring domestic pigs provides useful information for policy makers. The recent advances in diagnostics and vaccines and how each type of vaccine should be appropriately used in various field situations provide useful information for practicing veterinarians and laboratory scientists, for example, whether the vaccine virus attenuated enough to not cross the placenta to avoid sequelae, how innocuous samples like serum should be cautiously treated to avoid risk of virus spread, how various genotypes of the CSF virus evolve and compete to survive in the field, and how the CSF virus molecularly manipulates normal cell biological processes for its own advantage to survive. Phylogenetic analyses help in tracing the origin of the CSF virus responsible for each outbreak. Overall, readers should be impressed by the capabilities of CFS in pigs. We hope that this book can be a useful reference for all colleagues, whether in CSF-free or CSF-affected parts of the world.
Format
  • Hardback
License and Copyright
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
classical swine fever; spatio-temporal analysis; wild boar; transboundary diseases; classical swine fever virus; apoptosis; autophagy; pyroptosis; pathogenesis; classical swine fever virus (CSFV); LOM vaccine strain; Jeju LOM strain; omega value; transmission; classical swine fever; pestivirus; Flaviviridae; virus inactivation; complement inactivation; detergent; Tween20; antibody detection; safety; sample transport; CSFV; pathogenicity; MLV-LOM; SPF pig; Jeju LOM strain; classical swine fever; Japan; space–time analysis; wild boar; CSFV; genotype; virulence; E2 gene; phylogenetic tree; border disease; bovine viral diarrhea; classical swine fever; pestivirus; serum neutralization test; reporter virus; CSFV; wild boar; antibody; transmission; E2; classical swine fever virus; genotype; virus shift; viral replication; dual infections; classical swine fever; virulence; trans-placental transmission; persistent congenital infection; foetal immune response; classical swine fever virus; replication; sows; classical swine fever; porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus; quantitative PCR; antibody; modified live vaccine; E2 subunit vaccine; classical swine fever virus; CSFV; swine; genome; phylogeny; diversity; immunobiology; diagnosis; vaccines; publication bias; prevalence; meta-analysis; India; classical swine fever; laboratory diagnosis; technologies; future perspectives; n/a; classical swine fever virus (CSFV); subgenotype 2.1c; subgenotype 2.1d; pathogenicity; China

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