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Prevalence of porcine circovirus 2 in pig farms
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  • VASILEIOS PAPATSIROS,
  • Georgios Papakonstantinou,
  • Eletherios Meletis,
  • Georgios Maragkakis,
  • Nikolaos Tsekouras,
  • Dimitra Bitchava,
  • Polychronis Kostoulas
VASILEIOS PAPATSIROS
University of Thessaly School of Health Sciences
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Georgios Papakonstantinou
University of Thessaly
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Eletherios Meletis
University of Thessaly
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Georgios Maragkakis
University of Thessaly
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Nikolaos Tsekouras
University of Thessaly
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Dimitra Bitchava
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Polychronis Kostoulas
University of Thessaly
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Abstract

The aim of the present study were to describe for first time the prevalence of porcine r porcine circovirus type-2 (PCV2) among pig farms. PIn conclusion, our results could be the basis of the development of surveillance protocols for a national monitoring system for PRRSV and PCV2, which could prevent future infection of Greek farms.