Universita' di Parma - Dipartimento di Salute animale Universita' degli Studi di Parma Dipartimento di Salute animale

4th International Symposium on Emerging and Re-emerging Pig Diseases

PRRS - PMWS - Swine Influenza

Rome, Palazzo dei Congressi,
June29th - July 2th, 2003.

 

Promoted by:
University of Parma, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Animal Health
Editors:
Paolo Martelli, Sandro Cavirani, Antonio Lavazza

Chairpersons and Invited Speakers:Gordon Allan (UK), Sandor Belak (S), Ian Brown (UK), Anette Břtner (DK), Bernard Easterday (USA), Perry Harms (USA), Steven Krakowka (USA), Kelly Lager (USA), François Madec (F), William Mengeling (USA), Robert Morrison (USA), Hans Nauwynck (B), Christopher Olsen (USA), Maurice Pensaert (B), Joaquim Segales (E), Torben Storgaard (DK), Kristien Van Reeth (B)

International Scientific Committee: Gordon M. Allan (UK), Thomas Blaha (D), Anette Břtner (DK), Paolo Cordioli (I), Marten de Jong (NL), Mariano Domingo (E), Paolo Martelli (I), William Mengeling (USA), Robert Morrison (USA), Sten Mortensen (DK), Maurice Pensaert (B), Philippe Vannier (F)

Scientific Secretariat: Sandro Cavirani (I), Antonio Lavazza (I)

Organizing Committee: Paolo Martelli (President), Paolo Borghetti, Cesidio Filippo Flammini, Cecilia Quintavalla. Department of Animal Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Parma, Via del Taglio, 8 - 43100 Parma, Italy.

Organizing Secretariat: New Team - Via C. Ghiretti, 2 - 43100 Parma, Italy

 

Proceedings

EDITORAL PREFACE

GENERAL SESSION

Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases

HOW VIRUSES CHANGE

Mengeling W.L.

HOW HUSBANDRY PRACTICES MAY CONTRIBUTE TO THE COURSE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN PIGS

Madec F., Rose N.

ADVANCES IN DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES

Belák S., Thorén P., Hakhverdyan M.

PRRS(Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome)

Lectures

MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY

Storgaard T.

PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME: CONTROL AND VACCINOLOGY

Lager K.M.

Workshop 1

PRRS - Epidemiology

DEVELOPING A MODEL TO RE-EVALUATE AEROSOL TRANSMISSION OF PRRSV

Dee S., Jacobson L., Rossow K., Pijoan C.

MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV) IN QUÉBEC

Larochelle R., D’Allaire S., Magar R.

EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION WITH A PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV) STRAIN WITH RELEVANT GENOMIC MUTATIONS IN THE ORF5 REGION

Ferrari M., Tosini A., Corradi A., Borghetti P., Scalvini A., Cantoni A.M., Ferrando L., Alborali L.

IMMUNITY TO PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV): SYSTEMIC AND LOCAL RESPONSES IN ACUTE AND PERSISTENT INFECTION

Xiao Z., Murtaugh M.P., Johnson C.R., Batista L., Dee S. A.

IN UTERO INFECTION WITH PRRSV AFFECTS IMMUNE FUNCTIONS OF SURVIVING PIGLETS

Nielsen J., Břtner A., Aasted B., Johnsen C.K., Riber U., Tingstedt J.E., Lind P.

PRRSV INFECTION INCREASES CD14 EXPRESSION AND LPS-BINDING PROTEIN IN THE LUNGS: POSSIBLE MECHANISM OF PRRSV-LPS CLINICAL SYNERGY

Van Gucht S., Van Reeth K., Labarque G., Nauwynck H., Pensaert M.B.

A REVERSE GENETICS APPROACH TO PRRS VIRUS GENE FUNCTION

Calvert J.G., Pearce D.S.,Wan Welch S.

TRANSMISSION OF PRRSV BY INDIVIDUAL HOUSEFLIES (MUSCA DOMESTICA)

Dee S., Otake S., Rossow K., Moon R., Pijoan C.

EVALUATION OF MOSQUITOES (ÁEDES VEXANS) AS BIOLOGICAL VECTORS OF PRRSV

Dee S., Otake S., Rossow K., Moon R., Pijoan C.

CASE STUDY OF REPEATED PRRS EPIZOOTICS IN A SOW PRODUCTION SYSTEM: USE OF MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS TO ASSESS FARM VARIATION IN VIRUSES

Lu K., Shissler J.T., Brumsted M., Alexander S., Parsons T.D.

GENETIC DIVERSITY (ORF5) OF PRRSV ISOLATES FROM A HERD WITH SAMS

Martelli P., Cordioli P., Fallacara F., Terreni M., Cavirani S.

GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) MAPPING OF SWINE DISEASES DYNAMICS

Matzkin Z., Alexander S., Brumsted M., J. T. Shissler, T.D. Parsons

SEROEPIDEMIOLOGY OF PRRS IN MÉXICO

Morilla A., Gonzalez-Vega D., Diosdado F., Estrada E.

MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV) ENVELOPE GLYCOPROTEIN 5

Murtaugh M.P., Wees C.E., Johnson J.E., Dwan C., Faaberg K.S.

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS INFECTION IN FRENCH FARROWING-TO-FINISHING HERDS

Pommier P., Pagot E., Keďta A., Auvigne V., Nell T., Ridremont B.

TEMPORAL SHEDDING AND PERSISTENCE OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS INFECTION IN THE BOAR

Prieto C., García C., Álvarez E., Vázquez A., Fernández A., Simarro I., Castro J.M.

PRRS IN THE YUGOSLAVIA. THE FIRST CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Radojicic B., Djuricic B., Medic B., Petrovic T.

CONCURRENT CIRCULATION OF PRRSV-EU AND PRRSV-US WITHIN SWINE HERD IN POLAND

Stadejek T., Stankiewicz I., Pejsak Z.

PATHOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE SELECTED PRRSV ISOLATES IN THAILAND

Thanawongnuwech R., Kesdaengsakolwut S., Tatsanakit A., Panprapa N.

INFECTIONS OF EUROPEAN- AND AMERICAN-TYPE PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUSES IN PMWS AFFECTED PIGS: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY

Wellenberg G.J., Stockhofe-Zurwieden N., Boersma W., Elbers A., De Jong M.

MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF PRRSV DURING PROLONGED IN VIVOREPLICATION

Yoon K.J., Chang C.C., Zimmerman J.J., Harmon K.M., Dixon P.M., Murtaugh M.

A FOLLOW UP STUDY OF RECURRENT ACUTE PRRS (ATYPICAL PRRS-SAMS) AND GENETIC VARIATION OF ORF5

Martelli P., Cordioli P., Fallacara F., Gozio S., Terreni M., Cavirani S.

INTRADERMAL AND INTRAMUSCULAR PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VACCINATION IN PIGLETS:CHANGES OF PERIPHERAL LYMPHOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS

Borghetti P., De Angelis E., Miduri F., Gozio S., Alborali L.G., Cordioli P., Lombardi G., Quintavalla C., Guazzetti S., Martelli P.

PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV) ENVELOPE GP5 PROTEIN FAILS TO PROTECT PIGS AGAINST PRRSV

Fernandez A., Prieto C., Vázquez A., Álvarez E., Ávila A., Salgado M.D., Castro J.M.

CHARACTERIZATION OF PRRSv ANTIBODY AND rtPCR RESPONSES FOLLOWING REPEATED EXPOSURES AND THEN CHALLENGE WITH HOMOLOGOUS WILD-TYPE VIRUS

McCaw M., Roberts J., Laster J., Hadley L., Erickson G.

UPREGULATION OF IL-10 GENE EXPRESSION IN THE PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS (PBMC) OF PIGS INFECTED WITH PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV)

Suradhat S., Thanawongnuwech R.,

DIFFERENTIATION OF ANTIBODIES AGAINST EUROPEAN AND NORTH AMERICAN TYPE OF PRRSV BY INDIRECT ELISA AND INDIRECT IMMUNOFLUORESENCE

Thür B., Seuberlich T., Egli C., Hofmann M.A.

PRRS VIRUS PERSISTENT INFECTION AND AUTO-ANTI-IDIOTYPIC ANTIBODIES

Zhou E., Jiang Z., Mahabadi M.

DETECTION OF PATHOGENS IN ABORTED FOETUSES AND STILLBORN PIGLETS

Dastig B., Schmoll F., Lang Ch., Irgang P., Spergser M.J., Schuh, Sipos W.,

PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS PNEUMONIA AND ENCEPHALITIS IN THREE-WEEK-OLD PIGS

Del Piero F., Hoffman V., Dyers R.

DETECTION RATES OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS, PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 AND SWINE INFLUENZA VIRUS IN PORCINE PROLIFERATIVE AND NECROTIZING PNEUMONIA

Drolet R., Larochelle R., Morin M., Delisle B., Magar R.

ENTRY PROCESS OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS IN PORCINE ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES

Nauwynck H., Vanderheijden N., Delputte P., Pensaert M.

LOCALIZATION OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS IN REPRODUCTIVE TISSUES OF EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED BOARS

Prieto C., García C., Álvarez E., Vázquez A., Fernández A., Simarro I., Castro J.M.

PORCINE DERMATITIS AND NEPHROPATHY SYNDROME (PDNS) AFFECTED PIGS HAVE EXTREMELY HIGH LEVELS OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 ANTIBODIES AND PRRSV INFECTIONS ARE EXCLUDED AS PRIMARY CAUSE IN THE ETIOLOGY OF PDNS: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY

Wellenberg G.J., Stockhofe-Zurwieden N., Boersma W., Elbers A., De Jong M.

LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF PRRSV INFECTION IN 6 BREEDING HERDS BY ELISA-ANTIBODY TEST AND SERUM POOLED PCR

Bonilauri P., Guazzetti S., Barbieri G., Casali M., Franchi L., Luppi A., Calzolari M., Merialdi G., Dottori M.

PRESENTATION OF A NEW ELISA FOR SPECIFIC DETECTION OF IGG AND IGM TO PRRSV COMPARISON WITH RT-PCR TAQMAN® TO REVEAL A PERIOD OF VIREMIA

Casas Amoribieta M., Casas Salvans J., Amoribieta Lopez L., Sellal E.

AIRBORNE TRANSMISSION OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS BETWEEN PIG UNITS LOCATED AT CLOSE RANGE

Kristensen C.S., Břtner A., Nielsen J.P., Jorsal S.E.

Workshop 2

PRRS - Control, vaccination and eradication

DETECTION OF PRRSV IN PIGS WITH LOW POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE ELISA SAMPLE-TO-POSITIVE RATIOS

Dee S., Batista L., Rossow K., Murtaugh M., Molitor T., Pijoan C.

PERFORMANCE AFTER HERD VACCINATION WITH PORCILIS®-PRRS IN PERSISTENTLY INFECTED FARROW-TO-FINISH HERDS

gr.Beilage E., gr.Beilage Th.

EFFICACY OF INGELVAC® PRRS MLV AGAINST EUROPEAN ISOLATES

Kovacs F., Schagemann G.

PRRSV VACCINATION STUDY: INTERLEUKIN-12 TO ENHANCE KILLED VACCINE IMMUNITY AND COMBINED VACCINATION WITH MODIFIED LIVE AND KILLED VACCINES

Nilubol D., Thacker B.J., Harris D.L., Thacker E.L.

NEW STRATEGIES ON VACCINOLOGY: USE OF THE TRANSMISSIBLE GASTROENTERITIS VIRUS AS A VECTOR FOR SWINE DISEASES

Plana-Durán J., Balasch M., Urniza A., Chu H.J., Alonso S., Sola I., Ortego J., Enjuanes L.

EFFICACY OF MODIFIED LIVE VIRUS PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY VIRUS VACCINES AGAINST HETEROLOGOUS RESPIRATORY CHALLENGE

Roof M.B., Vaughn E.M., Burkhart K.M., Faaberg K.S.

OBSERVATIONS FOLLOWING THE APPLICATION OF MULTIPLE STRATEGIES TO CONTROL PRRSV TRANSMISSION IN 3-2500 SOW BREEDING HERDS

Dee S.

A TESTING PROCEDURE TO EVALUATE GILTS’ PRRSV ACCLIMATIZATION

Giovanardi D., Pesente P., Sperati Ruffoni L., Sandri GP., Campagnari E., Motta C.,

SERODIAGNOSIS OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME WITH AN EUROPEAN AND NORTH AMERICAN NUCLEOCAPSID PROTEIN-BASED ELISA

Schaller A., Rebeski D., Samaras H., Rossi A., Schelp C.

THE ROLE OF SEROLOGY IN PRRS CONTROL

Stukelj M., Valen. cak Z.

ELIMINATION OF PRRSV BY TEST & REMOVAL: A SUMMARY OF 30 FARMS

Dee S.

TECHNIQUES FOR PRRSV ELIMINATION UTILIZING MODIFIED LIVE VIRUS VACCINES ON SINGLE- SITE SWINE FARMS

Gillespie T.G., Carroll A.L.

EVALUATION OF MASS VACCINATION AND UNIDIRECTIONAL FLOW FOR ELIMINATION OF PRRS

Philips R.C., Dee S.A.

EFFICACY OF DISABLED PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS VACCINES IN WEANED PIGS

Wan Welch S., Jolie R., Pearce D.S., W. Koertje, Shields S.L., Calvert J.G.

THE EFFECT OF VACCINATION OF SOWS WITH AN ATTENUATED PRRSV VACCINE ON THEIR HEALTH STATUS AND PERFORMANCE IN A FARM WITH ENDEMIC PRRSV INFECTION

Alexopoulos C., Kritas S.K., Kyriakis C.S., Tzika E., Kyriakis S.C.

THE IMPACT OF VACCINATION OF SOWS AND/OR THEIR LITTERS WITH AN ATTENUATED PRRSV VACCINE ON REDUCTION OF PVC2 EFFECTS

Alexopoulos C., Kritas S.K., Kyriakis C.S., Tzika E., Kyriakis S.C.

PULSE 200 EFFECTIVE APPLICATION METHOD FOR PRRS VACCINE IN GILTS

Cook D. L., Kruse F., Phillips R., Sick F., Okkinga K., Polson D., Demontis G.

SEROLOGICAL RESULTS OF A FIELD TRIAL WITH PORCILIS® PRRS IN GERMANY

Kuemmerlen D., Ritzmann M., Heinritzi K.

GENETIC VARIATION AND BIOLOGICAL SAFETY OF INGELVAC MLV MODIFIED LIVE PRRS VACCINE DURING SEVEN YEARS OF CONTINUOUS USE IN THE FIELD

Murtaugh M.P., Harding J., Faaberg K.S.,

FIELD STUDY INTO SAFETY OF PORCILIS® PRRS ON FRENCH FARMS

Pommier P., Keďta A., Pagot E., Nell T., Ridremont B.

PMWS -PCV2 (Postweaning Multisystemic Wasting Syndrome - PCV2)

Lectures

THE PATHOGENESIS OF PCV-2-ASSOCIATED POSTWEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME IN SWINE

Krakowka S., Ellis J.A., McNeilly F., Meehan B., Rings D.M., McCullough K., Břtner A., Nauwynck H., Charreyere C., Allan G.

HOW WE DIAGNOSE POSTWEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME

Segalés J., Calsamiglia M., Domingo M.

Workshop 3

PMWS - Pathogenesis and immunity

IDENTIFICATION OF THE ESSENTIAL AND NON-ESSENTIAL RNAS FOR VIRAL PROTEIN SYNTHESIS AND DNA REPLICATION OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2

Cheung A.K.

CYTOKINE mRNA EXPRESSION PROFILES ARE ALTERED IN LYMPHOID TISSUES OF PIGS SUFFERING POST-WEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME

Darwich L., Pié S., Rovira A., Segalés J., Domingo M., Oswald I.P., Mateu E.

CLONED GENOMIC DNA OF TYPE-2 PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS IS INFECTIOUS WHEN INJECTED DIRECTLY INTO THE MUSCLES OF PIGS AND GM-CSF HAS NO EVIDENT ROLE IN VIRUS REPLICATION

Loizel C., Blanchard P., Dory D., Oger A., Nignol A.C., Grasland B., Bigarre L., Cariolet R., Jestin A.

EXPERIMENTAL INOCULATION OF CONVENTIONAL PIGS WITH CLONED GENOMIC DNA OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 BY INTRAMUSCULAR AND INTRAPERITONEAL ROUTES

Roca M., Balasch M., Segalés J., Calsamiglia M., Viaplana E., Mankertz A., Plana-Durán J., Domingo M.

PCV2 REPLICATION IN LYMPH NODES OF PIGS INOCULATED IN LATE-GESTATION OR POSTNATALLY: VIRUS QUANTIFICATION, IMMUNOPHENOTYPING OF TARGET CELLS AND RELATION TO CLINICAL AND PATHALOGICAL OUTCOME OF INFECTION

Sanchez R.E., Meerts P., Nauwynck H.J., Ellis J.A., Pensaert M.B.,

DENDRITIC CELLS: A TROJAN HORSE FOR PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2.

Vincent I.E., Carrasco C.P., Herrmann B., Meehan B., Allan G.M., Summerfield A., McCullough K.C.

EXPERIMENTAL INOCULATION OF SPECIFIED PATHOGEN FREE PIGS WITH PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS 2 ONLY OR IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER PORCINE VIRUSES OR IMMUNOSTIMULATION

Stockhofe-Zurwieden N., Wellenberg G.J., Schuurman G., Zwart R.

DYNAMICS OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 AND PORCINE PARVOVIRUS IN A PMWS POSITIVE HERD

Exel B., Sipos W., Schuh M., Schmoll F.

THE (LIMITED) POSSIBILITY TO USE RESULTS FROM ROUTINE DIAGNOSTICS FOR EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ANALYSES OF THE PCV2-INFECTION IN SWINE HERDS

gr.Beilage E., Brakmann B., Busemann M., Hinrichs U., Opitz C., Tegeler R., Blaha T.

GENOTYPING VERSUS PATHOTYPING FOR THE CHARACTERISATION OF PCV-2 ISOLATES

Meehan B.M., McNeilly F., Ellis J.A., Krakowka S., Fossum C., Lasange C., Adair B.M., Ventura R., McNair I., Allan G.M. 170

DETECTION AND PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF TYPE 2 PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS (PCV-2) FROM PIGS WITH PMWS IN SLOVENIA, CROATIA AND YUGOSLAVIA

Toplak I., Lipej Z., Petrovi´ c T., Hostnik P., Grom J., Barli. c-Maganja D.

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY ON THE INFECTION DYNAMICS OF PCV2 AND PRRSV IN A SWINE INTEGRATION SYSTEM WITH A POSTWEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME OUTBREAK

Calsamiglia M., Segalés J., Fraile L., Rosell C., Seminati C., Martin M., Espinal A., Domingo M.

SPREAD OF PMWS WITHIN AN AREA OF DENMARK- AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL REPORT FROM PRACTICE

Rathkjen P.H., Conradsen P., Nielsen E., Riising H.J.

FIRST DESCRIPTION OF POSTWEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME IN THE WILD BOAR (Sus scrofa) IN EUROPE

Segalés J., Schulze C., Gortazar C., Vicente J., Domingo M.,

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION ON INFECTION OF PORCINE CRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 IN INTENSIVE SWINE FARMS IN CHINA

Wang Z.T., Yang H.C., Guo X.

NUTRITIONAL INTERVENTIONS AGAINST PCV2-INDUCED IMMUNOSUPPRESSION USING CONJUGATED LINOLEIC ACID

Bassaganya-Riera J., Hontecillas R., Halbur P.G., Yoon K.J., Pogranichniy R.M.

EXPRESSIONS OF ORF1 AND ORF2 OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS 2 AND POTENTIAL OF THE RECOMBINANT PROTEINS AS ELISA ANTIGENS FOR SEROLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS

Han LX, Chen Y, Wang YF, Qiu HJ, Tong GZ

SEROLOGICAL PROFILES IN DANISH PMWS CASE AND CONTROL HERDS

Ladekjćr-Mikkelsen A.S., Břtner A., Nielsen J., Hassing A.G., Bćbko P.

CHARACTERIZATION AND COMPARISION OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS SEQUENCES FROM POST- WEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME AFFECTED AND NON AFFECTED-HERDS

de Boisséson C., Béven V., Bigarré L., Thiéry R., Rose N., Eveno E., Madec F., Jestin A.

ANTIGENIC CHARACTERIZATION OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 1 AND 2 BY EM IMMUNOGOLD METHODS

Cerioli M., P. Cordioli, G. Bozzoni, D. Mahe, A. Lavazza

EFFECT OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 AND PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS INFECTION, SINGULAR OR COMBINATED, ON SWINE ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES

Chang H.W., Jeng C.R., Pang V.F.

IN VITROINFECTION WITH PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 (PCV2) AFFECTS THE CYTOKINE PATTERNS OF PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS OF NATURALLY PCV2 INFECTED PIGS

Darwich L., Balasch M., Plana-Durán J., Segalés J., Domingo M., Mateu E.

EFFECT OF SOW ON THE MORTALITY OF PIGS AFTER WEANING

Hassing A-G., Kristensen C.S., Bćbko P.

LACK OF EVIDENCE OF REPRODUCTIVE FAILURE CAUSED BY PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 IN SPAIN

Maldonado J., Segalés J., Martinez-Puig D., Calsamiglia M., Riera P., Domingo M., Artigas C.

INTERACTION OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 (PCV2) WITH PIG EMBRYOS

Mateusen B., Sanchez R., Van Soom A., Meerts P., Maes D., Nauwynck H.

EFFECT OF INTRAUTERINE CHALLENGE OF PVC2 ON SOWS AND FETUSES

Pogranichniy R.M., Jepsen R.J., Sorden S., Evans L.E., Stammer R., Yoon K.

APOPTOSIS IN LYMHOID TISSUES OF CONVENTIONAL HEALTHY AND POSTWEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME AFFECTED PIGS

Resendes A.R., Majó N., Segalés J., Domingo M.

Workshop 4

PMWS - How we diagnose PMWS

THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF PMWS IN THE NURSERY- REVIEW OF A SUCCESSFUL CONTROL PROGRAM

Hardge T., Gaumann H., Hasberg W., Lange S.

SCREENING FOR PATHOGENS IN PCV2 ASSOCIATED DISEASES

Pesch S., Johannsen U., Strijkstra G., Ohlinger V.F.

QUANTIFICATION OF PCV2 LOAD BY REAL TIME PCR IN PMWS AND PDNS NATURALLY AFFECTED PIGS

Sibila M., Olvera Ŕ., Casalmiglia M., Segalés J., Domingo M.

GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST PCV 2 ISOLATES FROM PIGS WITH POSTWEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME IN DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS OF GREECE

Sofia M., Billinis C., Knowles N.J., Psychas V., Leontides L., Spyrou V., Vlemmas J., Leontides S.

CHARACTERISATION OF THE FIRST CASES OF PMWS IN DENMARK

Hassing A-G., Břtner A., Ladekjćr- Mikkelsen A.S., Kristensen C.S., Jorsal S.E., Bille-Hansen V., Bćkbo P.

SERUM-HAPTOGLOBIN CONCENTRATION IN HERDS CHRONICALLY AFFECTED BY PMWS

Lannou J., Bernard F., Amenna N., Morvan H., Auvigne V.

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PMWS AND PDNS: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY

De Jong M.F., Elbers A., Wellenberg G.J.

COMPARATIVE STUDY AND VIROLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON PMWS SUSPECTED AND NON SUSPECTED HERDS IN ITALY

Alborali G.L., Salogni C., Zanoni M.G., Pacciarini M.L., Cordioli P., Martelli P.,

DETECTION OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 (PCV2) AND PORCINE PARVOVIRUS (PPV) IN ABORTED FETUSES

Altherr B., Zimmermann P., Etschmann B., Ritzmann M., Heinritzi K., Selbitz H.J., Truyen .,

VITAMIN E STATUS OF THE WEANED PIG AS A RISK FACTOR FOR DYING OF PMWS

Bćkbo P., Hassing A-G., Olsen P., Lorenzen B., Lauridsen C.

ABOUT PROBLEMS WITH PMWS IN THE FLATDECKS WITH DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT AND VACCINATION AGAINST PRRSV AND M.HYO. IN NORTH-WEST GERMANY

Busse F.W.

FIRST REPORT OF POST-WEANING MULTISISTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME (PMWS) IN PIGS IN VENEZUELA

Cano J.P., Segalés J., Sogbe E., Rodríguez C., Utrera V., Díaz C.T., Olvera A., Calsamiglia M.

USE OF IMMUNOELECTRONMICROSCOPY IN COMPARISON WITH IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE AND PCR FOR THE DETECTION OF PCV-2 FROM PIGLETS CLINICALLY AFFECTED BY PMWS

Cerioli M., G.L. Alborali, C. Salogni, M.G. Zanoni, M.L. Pacciarini, A. Lavazza

COMPARATIVE SEROLOGICAL AND VIROLOGICAL STUDY OF HERDS WITH AND WITHOUT POSTWEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME (PMWS)

Larochelle R., Magar R., D’Allaire S.

DEMONSTRATION OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS INFECTION IN PIGS WITH POSTWEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME (PMWS) IN CROATIA

Lipej Z., Toplak I., . So. stari´ c B., . Zarkovi´ c K., . Skrinjar L.J.,

LYMPH-NODE CYTOLOGY AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY IN PMWS DIAGNOSIS

Luppi A., Merialdi G., Bonilauri P., Dottori M., Cabassi E., Corradi A.,

PREVALENCE OF PMWS IN SUSPECTED AND NON-SUSPECTED BELGIAN FARMS

Meerts P., Sanchez R., Mateusen B., Nauwynck H., Pensaert M.B.

APPLICATION OF A NEWLY DEVELOPED REAL TIME PCR FOR THE QUANTIFICATION OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 IN DIFFERENT EXCRETION ROUTES

Olvera A., Sibila M., Calsamiglia M., Segalés J., Domingo M.,

DETECTION OF PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS TYPE 2 (PCV2) AND PORCINE PARVOVIRUS IN BOAR SEMEN AND TONSILLAR SCRAPINGS

Schmoll F., Voglmayr T., Exel B., Dastig B., Truschner K., Schuh M., Trcka M., Sipos W.

PORCINE PARVOVIRUS (PPV) ANTIBODIES IN PIGLETS AND POSTWEANING MULTISYSTEMIC WASTING SYNDROME (PMWS)

Valencak Z.

SWINE INFLUENZA

Lectures

SWINE INFLUENZA: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

Easterday B.C.

THE MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF INFLUENZA VIRUSES IN PIGS

Brown I.H.

THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN H1N2 INFLUENZA VIRUS IN THE EUROPEAN SWINE POPULATION AND ITS IMPACT ON PREVENTION AND CONTROL

Van Reeth K., Labarque G., Pensaert M.

Workshop 5

SWINE INFLUENZA - Epidemiology, immunity, control measures and new approaches in the future

SUBTYPING OF H1N1, H1N2 AND H3N2 SWINE INFLUENZA VIRUSES BY TWO MULTIPLEX RT-PCR

Chiapponi C., Fallacara F., Foni E.

SEROLOGICAL AND VIROLOGIC SURVEILLANCE FOR SWINE INFLUENZA VIRUS INFECTIONS AMONG PIGS OVER LARGE AREAS IN CHINA IN 1998-2002

Li H., Xin X., Yang H., Qin Y., Xuehui C., Chen H., Yu K., Bi Y., Tong G.

SEROLOGICAL STUDY OF SOW INFLUENZA VIRUS H1N1 INFECTION IN PIGS OF THAILAND

Damrongwatanapokin S., Parchariyanon S., Pinyochon W.

SEROLOGICAL AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF INFLUENZA VIRUS IN FATTENING PIGS IN ARGENTINA

Teodoroff T.A., Pecoraro M.R., Baumeister E., Janke B.H., Machuca M., Cappuccio J.A., Perfumo C.J.

ATTENUATION OF AN H3N2 SWINE INFLUENZA VIRUS UTILIZING A REVERSE GENETICS APPROACH

Richt J.A., Lager K.M., Janke B.H., García-Sastre A., Webster R.G., Webby R.J.

PROTECTION OF A SWINE INFLUENZA VIRUS VACCINE AGAINST AN H3N2 VIRUS ANTIGENICALLY AND GENETICALLY DISTINCT FROM THE VACCINE VIRUS

Rapp-Gabrielson V.J., Gergen L.R., Eddy B.A., Junker D.E., Weston C.Q., Fleck R., Erickson G.A., Nemechek E.C., Wasmoen T.L.

USE OF A STANDARD KIT FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF RESPIRATORY VIRAL INFECTIONS IN PIGS

Barigazzi G., Foni E., Chiapponi C., Leotti G., Longo S., Joisel F.

DETECTION OF SWINE INFLUENZA VIRUS BY RT-PCR AND STANDARD METHODS

Foni E., Chiapponi C., Fratta E., Garbarino C., Barigazzi G., Merenda M.

SEROLOGICAL PREVALENCE FOR SWINE INFLUENZA VIRUS IN PIGS BETWEEN 3 AND 15 WEEKS OF AGE IN ITALIAN FARMS: EVALUATION OF A MATERNAL ANTIBODY DECAY CURVE

Candotti P., Foni E., Leotti G., Joisel F., Longo S., Rota Nodari S.

SWINE INFLUENZA IN SLOVENE HERDS

Golinar I., Valen. cak Z.

SWINE INFLUENZA H3N2 IN VIRUSES CIRCULATING IN PIG POPULATION IN CHINA IN 2001 CLOSELY RELATED TO AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUSES

Li H., Yang H.C., Xin X., Qin Y., Cui S., Chen H., Yu K., Bi Y., Tong G.

MONITORING OF SWINE INFLUENZA IN POLAND IN THE SEASON 2001/2002

Markowska-Daniel I.

PULSE 200 EFFECTIVE APPLICATION METHOD FOR SWINE INFLUENZA VACCINE IN SOWS

Cook D. L., Kruse F., Demontis G.

A GE/TK DOUBLE-GENE-DELETED RECOMBINANT PSEUDORABIES VIRUS EXPRESSING THE HA GENE OF SWINE H3N2 INFLUENZA VIRUS

Ni JQ, Qiu HJ, Tian ZJ, Zhang CL, Tong GZ

INFLUENCE OF PRRS VIRUS INFECTION ON SWINE INFLUENZA VACCINE EFFICACY

Thacker E., Kittikoon P., Vincent A., Hipple K., Nilubol D., Yu S., Janke B., Thacker B.

INFLUENZA A HEMAGGLUTININ RECEPTORS EXPRESSION IN TWO PIG CELL LINES

Corradi A., Ferrari M., Di Lecce R., Cacchioli A., Cabassi E.