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Année 2015
  • Andraud M., Mahé S., Eono F., Renson P., Bourry O., Rose N. 2015. Infections précoces par le virus du SDRP : importance des anticorps maternels. 47èmes Journées de la Recherche Porcine, 47 : 301-302, 3-4/02/2015, Paris, France.
  • Beaudeau F., 2015. Transmission de Coxiella burnetii entre troupeaux bovins laitiers. Réunion de restitution auprès des vétérinaires de GDS Bretagne des résultats des études 2012-2014 réalisées. 30/04/2015, Vannes, France.
  • Beaudeau F., Kuntz G., Joly A., 2015. La Fièvre Q en élevage bovin laitier. Réunion de restitution auprès des éleveurs des résultats des études réalisées en Bretagne. 07/04/2015, Pleyben, France.
  • Ezanno P., Bidan F., Arnoux S., Camanes G., Damman A. 2015. Modélisation du risque épidémiologique : vers des outils d’aide à la gestion : cas de la maîtrise de la diarrhée virale bovine (BVDV) en troupeau bovin allaitant. Journées de la SNGTV,  20-22/05/2015, Nantes.
  • Ezanno P., Camanes G., Bidan F., Arnoux S., Damman A. 2014. Des outils d’aide à la maîtrise des maladies infectieuses en élevage : illustration sur la BVD (Diarrhée Virale Bovine). SPACE, 16/09/2015, Rennes, France.
  • Renson P., Rose N., Keranflec'h A., Paboeuf F., Belloc C., Le Potier M.F., Bourry O. 2015. Infection comparée de porcs EOPS par une souche de virus du SDRP française et une souche est-européenne hautement pathogène (souche Léna). 47èmes Journées de la Recherche Porcine, 47 : 277-282. 3- 4/02/2015, Paris, France.
  • Rose N., Renson P., Andraud M., Paboeuf F., Le Potier M.F., Bourry O. 2015. Réduction de la transmission du virus du Syndrome Dysgénésique et Respiratoire Porcin (SDRP) chez les porcs vaccinés en conditions expérimentales. 47èmes Journées de la Recherche Porcine, 47 : 271-276. 3-4/02/2015, Paris, France.
Année 2014
  • Belloc C et al. 2014. Les actions de recherche en France sur le SDRP : focus sur les projets PRRSEval et MIHMES. Séminaire à destination des acteurs de la santé en filière porcine, 13/10/2014, Ploufragan, France.
  • Damman A., Arnoux S., Camanes G., Bidan F., Ezanno P. 2014. Du modèle à l’outil d’aide à la gestion de la santé animale en élevage bovin : cas du virus de la diarrhée virale bovine (BVDV) en troupeau bovin allaitant. In : 21ème Rencontres Recherches Ruminants, Paris, France
Année 2013
  • Beaudeau, F., Joly, A., 2013. Description et évaluation d'un dispositif innovant non basé sur le recours systématique aux tests individuels pour la certification non IPI des bovins. In, BVD Days, 14-15/11/2013, Nantes, France.
  • Ezanno, P., Damman, A., 2013. Vers des outils d'aide à la décision. In, BVD Days, 14-15/11/2013, Nantes, France.