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Volume 17, Number 12—December 2011

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Characterization of African Swine Fever Virus Caucasus Isolate in European Wild Boars

Claudia Gabriel, Sandra BlomeComments to Author , Alexander Malogolovkin, Stanislav Parilov, Denis Kolbasov, Jens P. Teifke, and Martin Beer
Author affiliations: Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, Greifswald–Insel Riems, Germany (C. Gabriel, S. Blome, J.P. Teifke, M. Beer); National Research Institute for Veterinary Virology and Microbiology, Pokrov, Russia (A. Malogolovkin, S. Parilov, D. Kolbasov)

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View of the mucosal surface of the dissected stomach showing representative gross lesions after oral inoculation of a wild boar with 106 median tissue culture infectious dose of an African swine fever virus isolate from Armenia (experiment at the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut). The image illustrates acute gastritis; note diffuse mucosal hemorrhages affecting a large part of the mucosa. The animal died on day 7 postinfection.

Figure 2. View of the mucosal surface of the dissected stomach showing representative gross lesions after oral inoculation of a wild boar with 106 median tissue culture infectious dose of an African swine fever virus isolate from Armenia (experiment at the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut). The image illustrates acute gastritis; note diffuse mucosal hemorrhages affecting a large part of the mucosa. The animal died on day 7 postinfection.

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