A Chinese state laboratory has detected two more-transmissible mutations of the African swine fever virus, a disease that has devastated pig herds across the country in recent years.In a paper published on Friday, researchers at the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science’s Harbin Veterinary Research Institute said they carried out genetic analysis of various natural mutations of the virus found in seven provinces between June and December.Two of the emerging strains were highly transmissible…



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