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The National Animal Health Laboratories Network was established as part of a strategy to coordinate and network the diagnostic testing capabilities of federal veterinary diagnostic laboratories with state and university diagnostic laboratories to improve early detection of, response to, and recovery from animal health emergencies, including bioterrorist events, newly emerging diseases, and foreign animal disease agents. The network is composed of 58 laboratories in 45 states. Current activities include a training program for technicians who test for certain high-risk diseases such as food and mouth disease and conducting surveillance for animal diseases, such as swine influenza virus and pseudorabies.

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