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Experimental infection of specific-pathogen-free pigs with a swine influenza virus (HSW1N1) and study of the duration of viral shedding



Experimental infection of specific-pathogen-free pigs with a swine influenza virus (HSW1N1) and study of the duration of viral shedding



Canadian Veterinary Journal 26(4): 138-143



A strain of swine influenzavirus isolated in Finistere (France) in 1982 was inoculated into the nose of 12 SPF pigs aged 19 weeks and weighing about 78 kg, and 22 aged 7 weeks (weighing about 21 kg). Some were killed after 8, 15, 21 or 30 days. Mild pneumonia developed in only 3 of the older and one of the younger pigs.

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