Animal Health

Rapid Development of Efficacious Swine Vaccines for Pandemic H1N1

Authors
  • Ryan Lee Vander Veen (Iowa State University)
  • Mark Mogler (Iowa State University)
  • Kurt I. Kamrud (Iowa State University)
  • D.L. Hank Harris (Iowa State University)

Abstract

Pandemic H1N1 (pH1N1) influenza was first reported in the United States in April 2009. Since then, the virus has spread worldwide in both human and swine populations. Currently, pH1N1 influenza is the most common H1N1 virus infecting pigs in the United States. Vaccination of swine against pH1N1 represents the single best method of protecting against infection.

Keywords: ASL R2675

How to Cite:

Vander Veen, R. L. & Mogler, M. & Kamrud, K. I. & Harris, D. H., (2012) “Rapid Development of Efficacious Swine Vaccines for Pandemic H1N1”, Iowa State University Animal Industry Report 9(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/ans_air-180814-643

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Published on
01 Jan 2012
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