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  1. Pet birds are a not-so-well known veterinarian’s clientship fraction. Bought individually or in couples, as families often do (which is a lucrative business for pet shops or local breeders) or traded (sometime...

    Authors: Geraldine Boseret, Bertrand Losson, Jacques G Mainil, Etienne Thiry and Claude Saegerman

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:36

    Content type: Review

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  2. Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium (Salmonella Typhimurium) infection of chickens that are more than a few days old results in asymptomatic cecal colonization with persistent shedding of bacteria. We hypothe...

    Authors: Ryan J Arsenault, Scott Napper and Michael H Kogut

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:35

    Content type: Research

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  3. The bacterium Flavobacterium psychrophilum is a serious problem for salmonid farming worldwide. This study investigates by multilocus sequence typing (MLST) the population structure of this pathogen in Japan wher...

    Authors: Erina Fujiwara-Nagata, Céline Chantry-Darmon, Jean-François Bernardet, Mitsuru Eguchi, Eric Duchaud and Pierre Nicolas

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:34

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  4. Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus (PRRSV) infections are characterized by prolonged viremia and viral shedding consistent with incomplete immunity. Type I interferons (IFN) are essenti...

    Authors: Arnaud Baumann, Enric Mateu, Michael P Murtaugh and Artur Summerfield

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:33

    Content type: Research

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Veterinary Research 2013 44:74

  5. Bovine viral diarrhoea virus (BVDV) is an economically important pathogen of cattle worldwide. Infection of a pregnant animal may lead to persistent infection of the foetus and birth of a persistently infected...

    Authors: Claudia Bachofen, Hans-Rudolf Vogt, Hanspeter Stalder, Tanja Mathys, Reto Zanoni, Monika Hilbe, Matthias Schweizer and Ernst Peterhans

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:32

    Content type: Research

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  6. After the unexpected emergence of Bluetongue virus serotype 8 (BTV-8) in northern Europe in 2006, another arbovirus, Schmallenberg virus (SBV), emerged in Europe in 2011 causing a new economically important di...

    Authors: Virginie Doceul, Estelle Lara, Corinne Sailleau, Guillaume Belbis, Jennifer Richardson, Emmanuel Bréard, Cyril Viarouge, Morgane Dominguez, Pascal Hendrikx, Didier Calavas, Alexandra Desprat, Jérôme Languille, Loïc Comtet, Philippe Pourquier, Jean-François Eléouët, Bernard Delmas…

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:31

    Content type: Review

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  7. The role of flagella in the pathogenesis of F4ac+ Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) mediated neonatal and post-weaning diarrhea (PWD) is not currently understood. We targeted the reference C83902 ETEC strai...

    Authors: Mingxu Zhou, Qiangde Duan, Xiaofang Zhu, Zhiyan Guo, Yinchau Li, Philip R Hardwidge and Guoqiang Zhu

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:30

    Content type: Research

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  8. In mammalian cells, GAPDH (glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase) has recently been shown to be implicated in numerous apoptotic paradigms, especially in neuronal apoptosis, and has been demonstrated to pla...

    Authors: Congcong Wang, Chunzhou Han, Tao Li, Dehao Yang, Xiaojiong Shen, Yinxin Fan, Yang Xu, Wenli Zheng, Chenzhong Fei, Lifang Zhang and Feiqun Xue

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:29

    Content type: Research

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  9. Between 2007 and 2009, the largest human Q fever epidemic ever described occurred in the Netherlands. The source was traced back to dairy goat farms, where abortion storms had been observed since 2005. Since o...

    Authors: Lenny Hogerwerf, Aurélie Courcoul, Don Klinkenberg, François Beaudeau, Elisabeta Vergu and Mirjam Nielen

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:28

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  10. Flavobacterium columnare (F. columnare) is the causative agent of columnaris disease. This bacterium affects both cultured and wild freshwater fish including many susceptible commercially important fish species.

    Authors: Annelies Maria Declercq, Freddy Haesebrouck, Wim Van den Broeck, Peter Bossier and Annemie Decostere

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:27

    Content type: Review

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  11. Streptococcus equi subsp. zooepidemicus is the pathogen most commonly isolated from the uterus of mares. S. zooepidemicus is an opportunistic pathogen and part of the resident flora in the caudal reproductive tra...

    Authors: Camilla Dooleweerdt Rasmussen, Maria Mathilde Haugaard, Morten Roenn Petersen, Jesper Møller Nielsen, Hanne Gervi Pedersen and Anders Miki Bojesen

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:26

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  12. Nosemosis caused by the microsporidia Nosema apis and Nosema ceranae are among the most common pathologies affecting adult honey bees. N. apis infection has been associated with a reduced lifespan of infected bee...

    Authors: Cristina Botías, Raquel Martín-Hernández, Laura Barrios, Aránzazu Meana and Mariano Higes

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:25

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  13. Strategies to control bovine respiratory disease depend on accurate classification of disease risk. An objective method to refine the risk classification of beef calves could be economically beneficial, improv...

    Authors: Chandrika Senthilkumaran, Mary Ellen Clark, Khaled Abdelaziz, Ken G Bateman, Allison MacKay, Joanne Hewson and Jeff L Caswell

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:24

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  14. European quail (Coturnix c. coturnix) may share with Japanese quail (Coturnix c. japonica) its potential as an intermediate host and reservoir of avian influenza viruses (AIV). To elucidate this question, Europea...

    Authors: Kateri Bertran, Roser Dolz, Núria Busquets, Virginia Gamino, Júlia Vergara-Alert, Aida J Chaves, Antonio Ramis, Xavier F Abad, Ursula Höfle and Natàlia Majó

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:23

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  15. The upper respiratory tract mucosa represents the first line of defense, which has to be overcome by pathogens before invading the host. Considering the economic and ethical aspects involved in using experimen...

    Authors: Sabrina Vairo, Wim Van den Broeck, Herman Favoreel, Alessandra Scagliarini and Hans Nauwynck

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:22

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  16. The bovine immunodeficiency virus (BIV) transactivator (BTat) recruits the bovine cyclin T1 (B-cyclin T1) to the LTR to facilitate the transcription of BIV. Here, we demonstrate that bovine hexamethylene bisac...

    Authors: Hong-yan Guo, Yong-gang Ma, Yuan-ming Gai, Zhi-bin Liang, Jing Ma, Yang Su, Qi-cheng Zhang, Qi-min Chen and Juan Tan

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:21

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  17. Resistance to respiratory disease in cattle requires host defense mechanisms that protect against pathogens which have evolved sophisticated strategies to evade them, including an altered function of pulmonary...

    Authors: María A Risalde, Verónica Molina, Pedro J Sánchez-Cordón, Fernando Romero-Palomo, Miriam Pedrera, Bartolomé Garfia and José C Gómez-Villamandos

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:20

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  18. It is widely accepted that the majority of cancers result from multiple cellular events leading to malignancy after a prolonged period of clinical latency, and that the immune system plays a critical role in t...

    Authors: Gonzalo Moratorio, Sabrina Fischer, Sergio Bianchi, Lorena Tomé, Gonzalo Rama, Gonzalo Obal, Federico Carrión, Otto Pritsch and Juan Cristina

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:19

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  19. Differentiation of porcine T helper cells is still poorly investigated, partly due to a lack of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) specific for molecules involved in this process. Recently, we identified a mAb speci...

    Authors: Katharina Reutner, Judith Leitner, Andrea Müllebner, Andrea Ladinig, Sabine E Essler, J Catharina Duvigneau, Mathias Ritzmann, Peter Steinberger, Armin Saalmüller and Wilhelm Gerner

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:18

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  20. Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) is responsible for significant economic losses in the porcine industry. Currently available commercial vaccines do not allow optimal and safe protect...

    Authors: Elodie Roques, Aurélie Girard, Marie-Claude St-Louis, Bernard Massie, Carl A Gagnon, Martin Lessard and Denis Archambault

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:17

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  21. Chagas disease has a high incidence in Mexico and other Latin American countries. Because one of the most important known methods of prevention is vector control, which has been effective only in certain areas...

    Authors: Minerva Arce-Fonseca, Martha A Ballinas-Verdugo, Emma R Abreu Zenteno, Davinia Suárez-Flores, Silvia C Carrillo-Sánchez, Ricardo Alejandre-Aguilar, José Luis Rosales-Encina, Pedro A Reyes and Olivia Rodríguez-Morales

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:15

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  22. The molecular pathogenic mechanisms of prion diseases are far from clear. Genomic analyses have revealed genetic biomarkers potentially involved in prion neuropathology in naturally scrapie-infected sheep, a g...

    Authors: Hicham Filali, Enric Vidal, Rosa Bolea, Mercedes Márquez, Paola Marco, Antonia Vargas, Martí Pumarola, Inmaculada Martin-Burriel and Juan J Badiola

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:14

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  23. Natural Killer (NK) cells play a crucial role in the early phase of immune responses against various pathogens. In swine so far only little information about this lymphocyte population exists. Phenotypical ana...

    Authors: Kerstin H Mair, Andrea Müllebner, Sabine E Essler, J Catharina Duvigneau, Anne K Storset, Armin Saalmüller and Wilhelm Gerner

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:13

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  24. RNA virus populations within samples are highly heterogeneous, containing a large number of minority sequence variants which can potentially be transmitted to other susceptible hosts. Consequently, consensus g...

    Authors: Marco J Morelli, Caroline F Wright, Nick J Knowles, Nicholas Juleff, David J Paton, Donald P King and Daniel T Haydon

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:12

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  25. Sheep scab is an intensively pruritic, exudative and allergic dermatitis of sheep caused by the ectoparasitic mite Psoroptes ovis. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effect of P. ovis infesta...

    Authors: Miriam R Stoeckli, Tom N McNeilly, David Frew, Edward J Marr, Alasdair J Nisbet, Adri HM van den Broek and Stewart TG Burgess

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:11

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  26. Pigeon protozoal encephalitis (PPE) is an emerging central-nervous disease of domestic pigeons (Columba livia f. domestica) reported in Germany and the United States. It is caused by the apicomplexan parasite Sar...

    Authors: Philipp Olias, Anne Meyer, Robert Klopfleisch, Michael Lierz, Bernd Kaspers and Achim D Gruber

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:10

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  27. The conventional C-strain vaccine induces early protection against classical swine fever (CSF), but infected animals cannot be distinguished from vaccinated animals. The CP7_E2alf marker vaccine, a pestivirus ...

    Authors: Patricia Renson, Mireille Le Dimna, André Keranflech, Roland Cariolet, Frank Koenen and Marie-Frédérique Le Potier

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:9

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  28. Malaria is a serious infectious disease caused by parasites of the Plasmodium genus that affect different vertebrate hosts. Severe malaria leads to host death and involves different pathophysiological phenomena s...

    Authors: Barbarella Matos de Macchi, Farlen José Bebber Miranda, Fernanda Silva de Souza, Eulógio Carlos Queiroz de Carvalho, Antônio Peixoto Albernaz, José Luiz Martins do Nascimento and Renato Augusto DaMatta

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:8

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  29. An enduring challenge in the vaccinology of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus (IPNV) is the lack of correlation between neutralizing antibodies and protection against mortality. To better understand the imm...

    Authors: Hetron Mweemba Munang’andu, Børge Nilsen Fredriksen, Stephen Mutoloki, Roy Ambli Dalmo and Øystein Evensen

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:7

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  30. Hemotrophic mycoplasmas (HM) are highly specialized red blood cell parasites that cause infectious anemia in a variety of mammals, including humans. To date, no in vitro cultivation systems for HM have been av...

    Authors: Albina Sokoli, Katrin Groebel, Katharina Hoelzle, Werner M Amselgruber, José M Mateos, Mårten KJ Schneider, Urs Ziegler, Kathrin M Felder and Ludwig E Hoelzle

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:6

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  31. While many factors contribute to resistance and susceptibility to infectious disease, a major component is the genotype of the host and the way in which it is expressed. Johne’s disease is a chronic inflammato...

    Authors: Brooke Dobson, Simon Liggett, Rory O’Brien and J Frank T Griffin

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:5

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  32. At present, the immune response of pigs in relation to Staphylococcus aureus carriage is poorly understood. This study was aimed at investigating the dynamics of the anti-staphylococcal humoral immune response in...

    Authors: Florence Crombé, Wannes Vanderhaeghen, Corné P de Vogel, Willem J Van Wamel, Kurt Barbé, Katleen Hermans, Freddy Haesebrouck and Patrick Butaye

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:4

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  33. The heartworm Dirofilaria immitis is the causative agent of cardiopulmonary dirofilariosis in dogs and cats, which also infects a wide range of wild mammals and humans. The complex life cycle of D. immitis with s...

    Authors: Yan Fu, Jingchao Lan, Xuhang Wu, Deying Yang, Zhihe Zhang, Huaming Nie, Rong Hou, Runhui Zhang, Wanpeng Zheng, Yue Xie, Ning Yan, Zhi Yang, Chengdong Wang, Li Luo, Li Liu, Xiaobin Gu…

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:3

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  34. A better understanding of the variation in infectivity and its relation with clinical signs may help to improve measures to control and prevent (clinical) outbreaks of diseases. Here we investigated the role o...

    Authors: Tijs J Tobias, Annemarie Bouma, Angeline JJM Daemen, Jaap A Wagenaar, Arjan Stegeman and Don Klinkenberg

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:2

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  35. The present study was aimed at investigating the effect of experimental infection by Trypanosoma vivax in different stages of pregnancy, determining the pathogenesis of reproductive failure, and confirming transp...

    Authors: Taciana MF Silva, Roberio G Olinda, Carla MF Rodrigues, Antônio CL Câmara, Francisco C Lopes, Wesley AC Coelho, Múcio FB Ribeiro, Carlos IA Freitas, Marta MG Teixeira and Jael S Batista

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2013 44:1

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  36. Prion diseases such as scrapie in small ruminants, bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in cattle and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) in man, are fatal neurodegenerative disorders. These diseases result from...

    Authors: Sylvie L Benestad, Lars Austbø, Michael A Tranulis, Arild Espenes and Ingrid Olsaker

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:87

    Content type: Short report

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  37. In individual animals affected by transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, different disease phenotypes can be identified which are attributed to different strains of the agent. In the absence of reliable te...

    Authors: Erica Corda, Katy E Beck, Rosemary E Sallis, Christopher M Vickery, Margaret Denyer, Paul R Webb, Susan J Bellworthy, Yvonne I Spencer, Marion M Simmons and John Spiropoulos

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:86

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  38. Herpesviruses have been recognized in marine mammals, but their clinical relevance is not always easy to assess. A novel otarine herpesvirus-3 (OtHV3) was detected in a geriatric California sea lion (Zalophus cal...

    Authors: Stephanie Venn-Watson, Celeste Benham, Frances M Gulland, Cynthia R Smith, Judy St Leger, Pam Yochem, Hendrik Nollens, Uriel Blas-Machado, Jeremiah Saliki, Katie Colegrove, James FX Wellehan Jr and Rebecca Rivera

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:85

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  39. In order to investigate the pathogenesis of neosporosis following a primary infection in late pregnancy, cattle were subcutaneously challenged with 5 × 108Neospora caninum (NC1 isolate) tachyzoites at day 210 of ...

    Authors: Julio Benavides, Frank Katzer, Stephen W Maley, Paul M Bartley, Germán Cantón, Javier Palarea-Albaladejo, Caroline A Purslow, Yvonne Pang, Mara S Rocchi, Francesca Chianini, David Buxton and Elisabeth A Innes

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:83

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  40. Candidatus Mycoplasma turicensis” (CMt) is a hemoplasma species of felids. Recent evidence has shown that cats that overcome bacteremia may be protected from reinfection. The purposes of this study were to (1) r...

    Authors: Marilisa Novacco, Felicitas S Boretti, Marco Franchini, Barbara Riond, Marina L Meli and Regina Hofmann-Lehmann

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:82

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  41. Bovine papillomavirus type 1 infects not only cattle but also equids and is a causative factor in the pathogenesis of commonly occurring equine sarcoid tumours. Whilst treatment of sarcoids is notoriously diff...

    Authors: Margaret Finlay, ZhengQiang Yuan, Iain M Morgan, M Saveria Campo and Lubna Nasir

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:81

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  42. Pigs possess a microbiota in the upper respiratory tract that includes Haemophilus parasuis. Pigs are also considered the reservoir of influenza viruses and infection with this virus commonly results in increased...

    Authors: Tufária Mussá, Carolina Rodríguez-Cariño, Alejandro Sánchez-Chardi, Massimiliano Baratelli, Mar Costa-Hurtado, Lorenzo Fraile, Javier Domínguez, Virginia Aragon and María Montoya

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:80

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  43. The only existing preventive measure against American trypanosomosis, or Chagas disease, is the control of the transmitting insect, which has only been effective in a few South American regions. Currently, the...

    Authors: Olivia Rodríguez-Morales, M Magdalena Pérez-Leyva, Martha A Ballinas-Verdugo, Silvia C Carrillo-Sánchez, J Luis Rosales-Encina, Ricardo Alejandre-Aguilar, Pedro A Reyes and Minerva Arce-Fonseca

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:79

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  44. Salmonid alphavirus subtype-3 (SAV-3) infection in Atlantic salmon is exclusively found in Norway. The salmonid alphaviruses have been well characterized at the genome level but there is limited information ab...

    Authors: Cheng Xu, Tz-Chun Guo, Stephen Mutoloki, Øyvind Haugland and Øystein Evensen

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:78

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  45. Mouse bioassay can be readily employed for strain typing of naturally occurring transmissible spongiform encephalopathy cases. Classical scrapie strains have been characterised historically based on the establ...

    Authors: Katy E Beck, Christopher M Vickery, Richard Lockey, Thomas Holder, Leigh Thorne, Linda A Terry, Margaret Denyer, Paul Webb, Marion M Simmons and John Spiropoulos

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:77

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  46. Vaccination is an important control measure for neosporosis that is caused by a coccidian parasite, Neospora caninum, leading to abortion and reproductive disorders in cattle and serious economic impacts worldwid...

    Authors: Mariana R D Cardoso, Caroline M Mota, Dâmaso P Ribeiro, Pablo G Noleto, William B F Andrade, Maria A Souza, Neide M Silva, Tiago W P Mineo, José R Mineo and Deise A O Silva

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:76

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  47. Helicobacter (H.) suis colonizes the stomach of pigs and is the most prevalent gastric non-H. pylori Helicobacter species in humans. Limited information is available on host immune responses after infection with ...

    Authors: Bram Flahou, Kim Van Deun, Frank Pasmans, Annemieke Smet, Jiri Volf, Ivan Rychlik, Richard Ducatelle and Freddy Haesebrouck

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:75

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  48. The ecology of pathogens, and particularly their emergence in multi-host systems, is complex. New approaches are needed to reduce superficial complexities to a level that still allows scientists to analyse und...

    Authors: Alexandre Caron, Michel de Garine-Wichatitsky, Mduduzi Ndlovu and Graeme S Cumming

    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:73

    Content type: Research

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