vesicular

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vesicular

[və′sik·yə·lər]
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Characterized by abundant vesicles.
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Radial immunodiffusion and serum neutralization techniques for the assay of antibodies to swine vesicular disease.
We also warn that pigs are susceptible to a wide range of exotic notifiable diseases, including Foot and Mouth Disease, Classical Swine Fever and Swine Vesicular Disease.
Of these viruses, only swine vesicular disease virus, foot-and-mouth disease virus, and encephalomyocarditis virus are zoonotic.
The IAH's research focuses on diseases in cattle, sheep, horses and pigs including FMD, lumpy skin disease, rinderpest, African swine fever, swine vesicular disease, equine encephalosis and sheep and goat pox.
It also houses a reference lab which specialises in the diagnosis of diseases including African horse sickness, Swine vesicular disease - and foot and mouth disease.
The Defra spokesman said last night: "Following an investigation of suspected vesicular disease by Animal Health on a holding near Guildford in Surrey, laboratory results have this evening indicated that the Foot and Mouth Disease virus is present in samples from cattle on the premises.
Chief Veterinary Officer Bert Houston said: "Negative results from the laboratory tests mean that we have ruled out suspicion of foot and mouth disease and swine vesicular disease.
The animal was seen to have blisters on its body - but the symptoms could be due to foot-and-mouth disease or swine vesicular disease.
The project, which will be run later this month, aims to strengthen animal quarantine procedures in Irian Jaya by improving the vets' ability to identify diseases such as classical swine fever, vesicular disease of pigs, bluetongue and exotic diseases of poultry.
These vesicles can be caused by a handful of diseases - including FMD, vesicular stomatitis, swine vesicular disease, and vesicular exanthema - known collectively as vesicular diseases.
Nor, for that matter, are they revamping corporate strategy to accommodate new rules on electro-medical implantable, non-automatic weighing machines, tire pressure gauges, protection of hotels against fire, lawn-mower noise, swine vesicular disease, boar meat, enzootic bovine leukosis, or brucellosis in small ruminants.
SVA infection was associated with porcine idiopathic vesicular disease (PIVD) in pigs in Canada (2), the United States (1), and Brazil (3,4).