Category Archives: Porcine viruses
First longitudinal study assessing the infection dynamics of PCV-3 in commercial healthy farms of Spain
Porcine Circovirus 3 (PCV-3) is a recently discovered virus belonging to the family Circoviridae. It represents the third porcine species of genus Circovirus, together with PCV-1, considered non-pathogenic, and PCV-2, one of the most economically relevant viruses for the pork industry.
Porcine circovirus 2 (PCV-2) genetic variability under natural infection scenario reveals a complex network of viral quasispecies.
A study revealing the complex network of viral quasiespecies present under natural infection scenario of porcine circovirus 2 (PCV-2), was published recently by researchers from IRTA-CReSA in collaboration with a researcher from University of Padua (Italy).
Salvador Oliver-Ferrando, a PhD student from CReSA, together with Dra. Marina Sibila, researcher of the CReSA, and Dr. Joaquim Segalés, the director of the aforementioned research center, are the authors of the review article published in the Suis magazine, “Clinic signs and pathological findings, How to recognize it?”