The aim of this study was to check the presence of Bordetella bronchiseptica and Pasteurella multocida type D in different areas in Thailand.

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IPVS, 2020

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Kitchodok, R.; Ananratanakul, C.; Serod, C.; Chompupun, D.; Buakhiew, A.; Traiyarach, S.; Martos Raich, A.; Galé Ansó, I.

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Control measures for PAR and NPAR will be relevant to future work on testing the field efficacy of Porcine Atrophic Rhinitis vaccines in Thai pig farming

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Occurrence of Bordetella bronchiseptica and Pasteurella multocida associated with Non-Progressive Atrophic Rhinitis

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