Swine flu sex with pigs

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Kendall P. Myers, Christopher W. Olsen, Sharon F. Setterquist, Ana W. Capuano, Kelley J.

Transmission of influenza A viruses between pigs and people, Iowa, 2002–2004

Urban Dictionary: Swine transmitted disease

Using Next Generation Sequencing to help define the nature, dynamics and transmission parameters of swine flu infection between pigs. Concerns over the threat of disease being transmitted from animals to human are considerable with the last Swine Influenza pandemic occurring in which, along with infection of the UK population, resulted in other effects such as widespread animal culls and trade bans of pig-derived products. The overall aim of this project is to gain a better understanding of the transmission dynamics of the virus as well as assessing the efficacy of current vaccines and various control strategies. Such knowledge is not available for any flu-susceptible mammalian species, including humans, so there is potential for data from this study to be used to achieve better animal health in pigs, and also have a wider impact on influenza control measures. Using this sequencing data, assessment and comparison of virus transmission in donor and contact pigs can be carried out. This will enable the generation of data for a comprehensive analysis by consortium partner Cambridge University. The information gained from such data will grant researchers a means of counting the number of virus particles transmitted enabling estimation of bottle neck size, as well as variants of the virus which can be tracked along the transmission chain.

Swine flu Q&A

Although many people think of the flu as a mild ailment, each year in the United States a couple of hundred thousand people get sick enough to require hospitalization, and between 20, and 40, die from the infection. Already, is not a typical year. We're in the midst of a flu pandemic caused by a virus that first emerged in Mexico in mid-February.
The original virus is a contagious respiratory disease in pigs caused by type A influenza. Pigs are hit by regular outbreaks. There are many different types of swine flu and the current human cases involve the H1N1 strain of the type A influenza virus. The A H1N1 strain has never before circulated among humans and is not related to previous or current human seasonal flu viruses, the World Health Organisation WHO says.