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An international modelling challenge to predict and control a virtual African swine fever (ASF) epidemic at the pig-boar interface

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Modelling the transmission and control of Johne's disease in Irish dairy herds with spring bunch calving

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A renewed partnership with Senegal in animal epidemiology

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