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Dec
2017

Two strains of PRRSVs were isolated in 2006 and 2016, respectively, and designated as FZ06A and FZ16A. Through the inoculation experiments, it was shown that FZ06A caused 100% morbidity and 60% mortality, while FZ16A caused 100% morbidity without death. By using genomic sequence and phylogenetic analyses, close relation of Chinese highly pathogenic PRRSV strain with FZ06A and FZ16A strains was achieved.
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