swine influenza

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Synonyms for swine influenza

an acute and highly contagious respiratory disease of swine caused by the orthomyxovirus thought to be the same virus that caused the 1918 influenza pandemic


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swine breeders have welcomed news that China is to lift its ban on live pigs from the United States pending H1N1 influenza testing.
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