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Identification of African swine fever virus genomic DNAs in wild boar habitats within outbreak regions in South Korea

Journal of Veterinary Science 2021년 22권 2호 p.28 ~ 28
이경락, 최용준, 유종찬, Hwang Ju-sun, 정현기, Jheong Weon-Hwa, 김선희,
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이경락 ( Lee Kyung-Lak ) - National institute of Environmental Research
최용준 ( Choi Yong-Jun ) - National institute of Environmental Research
유종찬 ( Yoo Jong-Chan ) - National institute of Environmental Research
 ( Hwang Ju-sun ) - National institute of Environmental Research
정현기 ( Jeong Hyun-Gi ) - National institute of Environmental Research
 ( Jheong Weon-Hwa ) - National institute of Environmental Research
김선희 ( Kim Seon-Hee ) - National institute of Environmental Research

Abstract


An African swine fever (ASF) outbreak in wild boars was first reported on October 2, 2019, in South Korea. Since then, additional cases were reported in South Korea's border areas. We here report the identification of ASF virus (ASFV) DNAs from two out of eight environmental abiotic matter samples collected from areas where ASF-positive wild boar carcasses were found. Comparative genomic investigations suggested that the contaminating ASFV DNAs originated from the wild boar whose carcass had been found near the positive sample sites. This is the first report on the identification of ASF viral material in wild boar habitats.

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African swine fever virus; environmental surveillance; microclimate; South Korea; wild boar

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