•Genotype II African swine fever virus (ASFV) circulating in Europe has high pathogenicity for domestic pigs and wild boar.•Genotype II ASFV strains in Europe do not exhibit attenuation and have limited ability to establish persistent infections.•The wild boar population in Eastern Europe plays an important role in the maintenance and spread of ASFV.•Immune responses against ASFV are not fully understood, hampering the rational design of vaccines.•Control relies on ‘stamping-out’ policies and control of pig movements, which have a significant impact on affected regions.
The Veterinary Journal – Elsevier
Published: Mar 1, 2018
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