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By A. L. J. Gielkens, A. J. M. Berns (auth.), G. Wittmann, S. A. Hall (eds.)

Aujeszky's illness (AD) is expanding in Europe and it has develop into a major challenge in a number of the international locations of the ecu groups (EC). The regulate and eradication of the ailment is especially tough due to the fact that advert virus (ADV) conjures up a persistant latent an infection in its major host, the pig. Such latent an infection may also happen while vaccinated pigs are uncovered to the virus. In view of this, the fee of the eu groups (CEC) notion it essential to have a survey at the present kingdom of data on advert and ADV. for this reason, a seminar used to be organised through the Federal learn Institute for Animal Virus illnesses in Tubingen, Federal Republic of Germany, and held there on June nine and 10, 1981. The seminar used to be part of the 'Animal Pathology Programme' of the CEC. The seminar used to be attended via forty four individuals from the nations of the EC, and 29 papers have been provided which coated a large box of analysis on advert: houses of the virus, diagnostic tactics, immunity and pathogenesis, vaccination, latent an infection, epidemiology, keep an eye on and eradication. Scientists from vary­ ent institutes within the EC who've been engaged on advert therefore had the oppor­ tunity to replace their wisdom in addition to to offer and obtain impetus for additional clinical paintings. moreover, many information got that are of curiosity for the veterinary experts with reference to manage and eradication of AD.

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In only one of these cases an ELISA titre of 1 : 40 versus a negative SN was registered. TABLE 1 RESULTS OF A COMPARATIVE SCREENING TEST OF 471 PORCINE FIELD SERA ELISA Positive SNT Total: Negative positive 158 2 Negative 6 300 Toxic 1 4 471 Sera Positive sera were then titrated and results were compared. Although ELISA titres were considerably higher than SNT titres the titration curves corresponded well. in Figure 3. The results are shown Considering the different anamnestic situation of the herds it became clear that the significance of the clinical anamnesis was irrelevant.

J. Gielkens H. Ludwig Yes, that is too complex of course. I think we must be a little critical of just cloning DNA for fun - wasting money and brains simply to do something in the scientific field because it can be done. the basis first. We must know 31 CHARACTERISTICS OF FIELD AND MODIFIED AUJESZKY'S DISEASE VIRUS STRAINS F. Tozzini Istituto di Malattie Infettive, Facolta Veterinaria, 56100 Pisa, Italy. ABSTRACT Four Aujeszky's disease virus strains isolated from pigs~ the live vaccine used in Italy and an experimental modified strain~ were characterised by their behaviour in tissue culture~ their thermal sensitivity and rabbit virulence markers.

DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS Since treatment of serum with 2-MC will result in decomposition of IgM and inhibition of its neutralising effect, but will leave IgG unchanged, both Figures la and Ib demonstrate that early IgG as well as IgM contains C'-requiring VNA. Six to 10% of the pool of guinea pig serum that served as source of C' appear to give optimum neutralisation by IgM, whereas slightly higher concentrations would seem to be required by IgG . In this respect it should be borne in mind that the neutralisationenhancing effect of C' is proportional to its haemolytical activity (Taniguchi and Yoshino, 1965) .

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