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, concentrations of resistant bacteria, sources of contamination, and how much that resistance persists and travels. The report is available from the CDC at www.cdc.gov/drugresistance/resources/publications.html . ASF DETECTABLE IN TONSILS, SPLEEN FOR

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announced they developed the first field-use test that identifies ASF virus DNA in pigs and pork—whether the samples come from oral fluid, blood, muscle tissue, bone marrow, or spleen tissue. The product is a collaboration of researchers with the federal

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loss, low fevers, coughing, skin necrosis and ulcers, arthritis, and joint swelling. In postmortem examinations, veterinarians may see lesions in many organs, especially the spleen, lymph nodes, kidneys, and heart. A fact sheet is available from Iowa

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