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What does HC stand for?
HC stands for Hog Cholera (classical swine fever)
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With the development of these and other new products, the biologics industry began to move its emphasis on hog cholera serum and virus to one based on the production of numerous new vaccines and bacterial products.
In the meantime, the development of traditional national compulsory vaccines such as foot and mouth disease vaccine, bird flu vaccine, blue ear disease vaccine, hog cholera vaccine in China are relatively mature as a result of national animal vaccine procurement policies.
Farm minister seeks thorough probe into hog cholera TOKYO - Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Yoshiyuki Kamei said Thursday he urged ministry officials to conduct thorough investigations into hog cholera in Kagoshima Prefecture.
SEOUL, April 18 Kyodo South Korea announced Thursday that pork exports to Japan that were to resume in June will be postponed until at least October due to an outbreak of hog cholera in a northern province.
In addition to FMD, classical swine fever -- formerly known as hog cholera -- would be the most likely biological weapon used to infect hogs.
Diseases such as hog cholera and others are fatal to animals but can't be spread to humans.
Pestivirus" is a scientific term for a group of viruses that includes economically important ones such as bovine viral diarrhea (BVD) viruses and hog cholera virus, also known as classical swine fever virus.