Role of stress on early pathogenesis of Senecavirus A in pigs

This week, Dr. Guilherme Preis, phD candidate with Dr. Fabio Vannucci shares results of his latest research on stress and its influence on Senecavirus A.

Key points

  • Impact of a stress model on the early pathogenesis of Senecavirus A was evaluated.
  • Time to detect replicating virus in snout skins and coronary bands was 48 hours post inoculation.
  • Na├»ve animals likely do not have enough time to develop vesicles during most transportation events, if exposed via the nasal route.
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