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    • Caracterización del virus de influenza en cerdos en Argentina 

      Dibarbora, Marina (Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad de Buenos Aires, 2016)
      La infección por Influenza A virus (IAV) es considerada una de las principales causas de enfermedad respiratoria en cerdos. Además, su carácter zoonótico representa un riesgo para la salud pública. En Argentina, si bien ...
    • Swine influenza: clinical, serological, pathological, and virological cross‐sectional studies in nine farms in Argentina 

      Dibarbora, Marina; Cappuccio, Javier Alejandro; Olivera, Valeria Soledad; Quiroga, Maria Alejandra; Machuca, Mariana; Perfumo, Carlos Juan; Pérez, Daniel R.; Pereda, Ariel Julian (International Society for Influenza and other Respiratory Virus Diseases, 2013-12)
      Background: Influenza A viruses (IAV) are important pathogens responsible for economic losses in the swine industry and represent a threat to public health. In Argentina, clinical, pathological, and virological findings ...
    • Two years of surveillance of influenza a virus infection in a swine herd. Results of virological, serological and pathological studies 

      Cappuccio, Javier Alejandro; Dibarbora, Marina; Lozada, María Inés; Quiroga, María Alejandra; Olivera, Valeria Soledad; Dangelo, Marta; Pérez, Estefanía Marisol; Barrales, Hernán; Perfumo, Carlos Juan; Pereda, Ariel Julian; Pérez, Daniel R. (2017)
      Swine farms provide a dynamic environment for the evolution of influenza A viruses (IAVs). The present report shows the results of a surveillance effort of IAV infection in one commercial swine farm in Argentina. Two ...