Rome, Italy. 5-7 November 2013
L'Asie, moteur de sa croissance ?
The current population of indigenous pigs in Bhutan are likely to become extinct within the next decade
Epidemiological analysis of Influenza A infection in Cambodian pigs and recommendations for surveillance strategies
An first study was launched to detect synthetic hormones in pigs, with the financial support of the QualiREG network and the Service of Cooperation and Cultural Action of the Embassy of France in Madagascar
This study published in PLoS NTDs demonstrates exposure to JEV in pigs, and co-circulation of JEV genotype I and III in mosquitoes within an urban environment in South Vietnam
A recent publication reviews the drivers of the Japanese Encephalitis virus ecology, such as husbandry of domestic pigs, climate, landscape, and viral genetics
Poor knowledge is available about residual antimicrobials in food in developing countries. A recent study sound the alarm about antimicrobial drug residues found in pork meat in Madagascar.
by Klaas Dietze, Food and Agriculture Organization: Agricultural Support Systems Division
Kenya, Burkina Faso, DR Congo
edited by J.F. Patience, this book has been prepared as a comprehensive treatise on the current state of our understanding of this topic which is so important to the pork industry.
Andy Grist (2007)
John Gadd (Nottingham University Press)
Slovenia, Ljubljana, 10-12 October 2013
May 2010: PCVD – Swine Influenza: Experience Sharing & Update
October 14-16, 2010
Cordoba, Andalusia, SPAIN
Appel à communications
3 et 4 février 2009 à Paris
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