articles about PCV2Tags
The gut microbiome provides an alternative tool for control and prevention of diseases.
This article relates different microbiome profiles to greater or lesser severity in clinical signs, lesions and viral load in a co-infection with PRRS and PCV2 viruses, opening a window of opportunity.
The current diagnostic tests are very powerful, allowing us to detect even small changes in the genome of a virus, but what do they tell us?
The decrease in PCV2a and PCV2b genotypes over time and the increase in PCV2d in 2012 may be due more to other, unknown, factors than to immunological selection resulting from PCV2a-based vaccination.