Репродуктивно-респираторный синдром свиней в Российской Федерации: системы контроля, идентификация риска

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В работе рассмотрен вопрос о применении стратегий борьбы против репродуктивно- респираторного синдрома свиней в условиях Российской Федерации. Рассмотрены биологические и правовые факторы, способные влиять на качество борьбы с РРСС. Рекомендованы разработка комплексного подхода при контроле, профилактике и диагностике РРСС и обновление государственного нормативно-правового регулирования по РРСС в РФ.

Об авторах

А. С. Оганесян
ФГБУ «ВНИИЗЖ», г. Владимир
Россия


М. А. Шибаев
ФГБУ «ВНИИЗЖ», г. Владимир
Россия


Н. Е. Баскакова
ФГБУ «ВНИИЗЖ», г. Владимир
Россия


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Для цитирования: Оганесян А.С., Шибаев М.А., Баскакова Н.Е. Репродуктивно-респираторный синдром свиней в Российской Федерации: системы контроля, идентификация риска. Ветеринария сегодня. 2016;(4):53-61.

For citation: Oganesyan A.S., Shibayev M.A., Baskakova N.E. Porcine reproductoryand respiratory syndrome in the Russian Federation: control systems, risk identification. Veterinary Science Today. 2016;(4):53-61. (In Russ.)

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