Tag Archive: IAV-S, Influenza A virus in swine, Micah Jansen, reassortment
Sep 01, 2021Susan SpiegelComments Off on Research confirms co-circulation of multiple influenza strainsInfluenza A virus in swine (IAV-S) is increasingly challenging for US producers, primarily because the epidemiology of IAV-S involves a highly diverse pool of viruses.
What’s in a name? Understanding how flu viruses are identified can help fine-tune swine vaccine strategies
Feb 26, 2021Susan SpiegelComments Off on What’s in a name? Understanding how flu viruses are identified can help fine-tune swine vaccine strategiesBy Micah Jansen, DVM, Veterinary Manager, US Pork, Zoetis
Oct 16, 2020Susan SpiegelComments Off on Genetic diversity makes swine influenza a challenge for producersInfluenza A virus in swine is one of the primary respiratory pathogens challenging swine production systems in the US and around the world.
Sep 15, 2020Susan SpiegelComments Off on Veterinarians answer questions on influenzaWith influenza A virus (IAV-S) in swine continuing to cause performance losses on US pig farms, veterinarians have taken up the mantle to find solutions.
Mar 16, 2019Susan SpiegelComments Off on Carthage vets focusing on ‘regional’ IAV-S vaccination strategies for breeding herdsAs influenza viruses evolve, is there a more effective way to manage vaccinations for influenza A virus in swine?
May 18, 2018Susan SpiegelComments Off on Piglets are key subpopulation in keeping IAV-S circulatingWhen it comes to influenza A virus in swine (IAV-S), the relationship between the sow’s immune status and piglet protection remains perplexing.
Jan 04, 2018Susan SpiegelComments Off on Genetic diversity, changing clinical picture make IAV-S detection challengingBy Phillip Gauger, DVM, MS, PhD Associate Professor Iowa State University Influenza A virus in swine (IAV-S) remains among the top health challenges facing the US swine industry and, worse...
Jul 21, 2017Susan SpiegelComments Off on IAV-S elimination in breed-to-wean herds is challenging — but possibleInfluenza A virus in swine (IAV-S) continues to present an ever-changing health challenge in breed-to-wean populations.