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Mathematical Approach to Estimating the Main Epidemiological Parameters of African Swine Fever in Wild Boar
African swine fever (ASF) severely threatens the swine industry worldwide, given its spread and the absence of an available licensed vaccine, and has caused severe economic losses. Its persistence in wild boar (WB), longer than in domestic pig farms, and the knowledge gaps in ASF epidemiology hinder ASF virus (ASFV) eradication. Even in areas where disease is effectively controlled and ASFV is no longer detected, declaring eradication is difficult as seropositive WBs may still be detected. Thedoi:10.3390/vaccines8030521 pmid:32932614 fatcat:snuttuzz5vdvxn3puznpccmiki