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  1. Teladorsagia circumcincta is the most economically important gastrointestinal (abomasal) nematode parasite of sheep in cool temperate regions, to which sheep show genetically-varying resistance to infection. Lamb...

    Authors: Anton G Gossner, Virginia M Venturina, Darren J Shaw, Josephine M Pemberton and John Hopkins
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:26
  2. Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis is the causative agent of Johne’s disease, an intestinal disease of ruminants with major economic consequences. Infectious bacilli are phagocytosed by host macropha...

    Authors: David E MacHugh, Maria Taraktsoglou, Kate E Killick, Nicolas C Nalpas, John A Browne, Stephen DE Park, Karsten Hokamp, Eamonn Gormley and David A Magee
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:25
  3. In order to assess the dynamics of influenza virus infection in pigs, serological and virological follow-ups were conducted in two whole batches of pigs from two different farms (F1 and F2), from 3 weeks of ag...

    Authors: Meritxell Simon-Grifé, Gerard E Martín-Valls, María J Vilar, Núria Busquets, Mercedes Mora-Salvatierra, Theo M Bestebroer, Ron AM Fouchier, Margarita Martín, Enric Mateu and Jordi Casal
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:24
  4. Intestinal immune regulation including development of oral tolerance is of great importance for the maintenance of intestinal homeostasis. Concerning this, regulatory T cells (Tregs) occupy a pivotal role in c...

    Authors: Johannes Junginger, Ulrike Schwittlick, Frederik Lemensieck, Ingo Nolte and Marion Hewicker-Trautwein
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:23
  5. The mycotoxin T-2 toxin and Salmonella Typhimurium infections pose a significant threat to human and animal health. Interactions between both agents may result in a different outcome of the infection. Therefore, ...

    Authors: Elin Verbrugghe, Virginie Vandenbroucke, Maarten Dhaenens, Neil Shearer, Joline Goossens, Sarah De Saeger, Mia Eeckhout, Katharina D'Herde, Arthur Thompson, Dieter Deforce, Filip Boyen, Bregje Leyman, Alexander Van Parys, Patrick De Backer, Freddy Haesebrouck, Siska Croubels…
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:22
  6. A variety of mechanisms contribute to the viral-bacterial synergy which results in fatal secondary bacterial respiratory infections. Epidemiological investigations have implicated physical and psychological st...

    Authors: Paul D Hodgson, Palok Aich, Joseph Stookey, Yurij Popowych, Andrew Potter, Lorne Babiuk and Philip J Griebel
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:21
  7. Staphylococcus aureus is an important cause of nosocomial and community-acquired infections in humans and animals, as well as the cause of mastitis in dairy cattle. Vaccines aimed at preventing S. aureus infectio...

    Authors: Liben Chen, Shuang Li, Zhengfang Wang, Ruilong Chang, Jingliang Su and Bo Han
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:20
  8. The presence of foreign cells within the tissue/circulation of an individual is described as microchimerism. The main purpose of the present investigation was to study if microchimerism occurs in healthy sows/...

    Authors: Uladzimir U Karniychuk, Wander Van Breedam, Nadine Van Roy, Claire Rogel-Gaillard and Hans J Nauwynck
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:19
  9. Bovine mastitis remains the most common and costly disease of dairy cattle worldwide. A complementary control measure to herd hygiene and vaccine development would be to selectively breed cattle with greater r...

    Authors: Christopher D Russell, Stephanie Widdison, James A Leigh and Tracey J Coffey
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:17
  10. West Nile virus (WNV) is a positive-stranded RNA virus belonging to the Flaviviridae family, a large family with 3 main genera (flavivirus, hepacivirus and pestivirus). Among these viruses, there are several g...

    Authors: Marina De Filette, Sebastian Ulbert, Michael S Diamond and Niek N Sanders
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:16
  11. Numerous mammal species, including domestic and wild animals such as ruminants, dogs, cats and rodents, as well as humans, serve as reservoir hosts for various Bartonella species. Some of those species that explo...

    Authors: Hongkuan Deng, Danielle Le Rhun, Jean-Philippe R Buffet, Violaine Cotté, Amanda Read, Richard J Birtles and Muriel Vayssier-Taussat
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:15
  12. Escherichia coli is a frequent cause of clinical mastitis in dairy cows. It has been shown that a prompt response of the mammary gland after E. coli entry into the lumen of the gland is required to control the in...

    Authors: Adeline Porcherie, Patricia Cunha, Angelina Trotereau, Perrine Roussel, Florence B Gilbert, Pascal Rainard and Pierre Germon
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:14
  13. An enteroaggregative Verotoxin (Vtx)-producing Escherichia coli strain of serotype O104:H4 has recently been associated with an outbreak of haemolytic-uremic syndrome and bloody diarrhoea in humans mainly in Germ...

    Authors: Denis Piérard, Henri De Greve, Freddy Haesebrouck and Jacques Mainil
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:13
  14. Rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) is a calicivirus of the genus Lagovirus that causes rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD) in adult European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus). First described in China in 1984, ...

    Authors: Joana Abrantes, Wessel van der Loo, Jacques Le Pendu and Pedro J Esteves
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:12
  15. Endemic diseases of cattle, such as bovine viral diarrhea, have significant impact on production efficiency of food of animal origin with consequences for animal welfare and climate change reduction targets. M...

    Authors: Mark Tinsley, Fraser I Lewis and Franz Brülisauer
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:11
  16. Leishmania is inoculated, by the bite of an infected sandfly, into the skin of the host, where the promastigotes are phagocyted by dermal macrophages. The dermal region comprises cells and abundant extracellular ...

    Authors: Mariana Silva-Almeida, Luiz OP Carvalho, Ana L Abreu-Silva, Celeste SF Souza, Daiana J Hardoim and Kátia S Calabrese
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:10
  17. To investigate immune responses upon re-infection with Lawsonia intracellularis, local and peripheral humoral and cell-mediated immune responses to primary and challenge inoculations were studied in 22 pigs. Pigs...

    Authors: Henriette Cordes, Ulla Riber, Tim K Jensen and Gregers Jungersen
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:9
  18. Susceptibility of sheep to scrapie, a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy of small ruminants, is strongly influenced by polymorphisms of the prion protein gene (PRNP). Breeding programs have been implemented ...

    Authors: Pier Luigi Acutis, Francesca Martucci, Antonio D'Angelo, Simone Peletto, Silvia Colussi, Cristiana Maurella, Chiara Porcario, Barbara Iulini, Maria Mazza, Luana Dell'Atti, Fabio Zuccon, Cristiano Corona, Nicola Martinelli, Cristina Casalone, Maria Caramelli and Guerino Lombardi
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:8
  19. The role of chondrocytes in the development of infectious arthritis is not well understood. Several examples of mycoplasma-induced arthritis in animals indicate that chondrocytes come into direct contact with ...

    Authors: Daliborka Dusanic, Dusan Bencina, Irena Oven, Ivanka Cizelj, Mojca Bencina and Mojca Narat
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:7
  20. Cyprinid herpesvirus 3 (CyHV-3), also known as Koi herpesvirus, is the etiological agent of a mortal disease in common and koi carp. Recently, we investigated the entry of CyHV-3 in carp using bioluminescence ...

    Authors: Guillaume Fournier, Maxime Boutier, Victor Stalin Raj, Jan Mast, Eric Parmentier, Pierre Vanderwalle, Dominique Peeters, François Lieffrig, Frédéric Farnir, Laurent Gillet and Alain Vanderplasschen
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:6
  21. The aim of this study was to determine, using immunofluorescence and in situ hybridization, whether CAEV is capable of infecting goat uterine epithelial cells in vivo. Five CAEV seropositive goats confirmed as...

    Authors: Mohamad Z Ali Al Ahmad, Laurence Dubreil, Gérard Chatagnon, Zakaria Khayli, Marine Theret, Lionel Martignat, Yahia Chebloune and Francis Fieni
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:5
  22. Probiotic and prebiotics, often called "immune-enhancing" feed additives, are believed to deal with pathogens, preventing the need of an immune response and reducing tissue damage. In this study, we investigat...

    Authors: Roger Badia, Galliano Zanello, Claire Chevaleyre, Rosil Lizardo, François Meurens, Paz Martínez, Joaquim Brufau and Henri Salmon
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:4
  23. Disease modelling is one approach for providing new insights into wildlife disease epidemiology. This paper describes a spatio-temporal, stochastic, susceptible- exposed-infected-recovered process model that s...

    Authors: Brendan D Cowled, M Graeme Garner, Katherine Negus and Michael P Ward
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:3
  24. Porcine pleuropneumonia caused by Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae accounts for serious economic losses in the pig farming industry worldwide. We examined here the immunogenicity and protective efficacy of the rec...

    Authors: Lenka Sadilkova, Jiri Nepereny, Vladimir Vrzal, Peter Sebo and Radim Osicka
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:2
  25. Lumpy skin disease (LSD) is a severe viral disease of cattle. Circumstantial evidence suggests that the virus is transmitted mechanically by blood-feeding arthropods. We compared the importance of transmission...

    Authors: Reuma Magori-Cohen, Yoram Louzoun, Yael Herziger, Eldad Oron, Alon Arazi, Eeva Tuppurainen, Nahum Y Shpigel and Eyal Klement
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2012 43:1
  26. In the last decade many studies have been performed on the virulence of Newcastle disease virus (NDV). This is mainly due to the development of reverse genetics systems which made it possible to genetically mo...

    Authors: Jos CFM Dortmans, Guus Koch, Peter JM Rottier and Ben PH Peeters
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:122
  27. Toxoplasma gondii seroprevalence was determined in 3333 sheep sera from 125 distinct sheep flocks in Scotland, with the majority of flocks being represented by 27 samples, which were collected between July 2006 a...

    Authors: Frank Katzer, Franz Brülisauer, Esther Collantes-Fernández, Paul M Bartley, Alison Burrells, George Gunn, Stephen W Maley, Chris Cousens and Elisabeth A Innes
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:121
  28. Limited information is available on the transmission and spread of influenza virus in pig populations with differing immune statuses. In this study we assessed differences in transmission patterns and quantifi...

    Authors: Anna Romagosa, Matt Allerson, Marie Gramer, Han Soo Joo, John Deen, Susan Detmer and Montserrat Torremorell
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:120
  29. Continuously growing cell lines infected with the protozoan parasite Theileria annulata can readily be established by in vitro infection of leukocytes with the sporozoite stage of the parasite. The aim of the cur...

    Authors: Jane Hart, Niall D MacHugh and W Ivan Morrison
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:119
  30. Salmonella Typhimurium infections in pigs often result in the development of carriers that intermittently excrete Salmonella in very low numbers. During periods of stress, for example transport to the slaughterho...

    Authors: Elin Verbrugghe, Filip Boyen, Alexander Van Parys, Kim Van Deun, Siska Croubels, Arthur Thompson, Neil Shearer, Bregje Leyman, Freddy Haesebrouck and Frank Pasmans
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:118
  31. A challenge experiment was performed to investigate whether administration of Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) via the respiratory route leads to MAP infection in calves. Eighteen calves from tes...

    Authors: Susanne WF Eisenberg, Ad P Koets, Mirjam Nielen, Dick Heederik, Rienske Mortier, Jeroen De Buck and Karin Orsel
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:117
  32. Feces from 142 animals were collected on 15 farms in the region of Brittany, France. Each sample was directly collected from the rectum of the animal and identified with the ear tag number. Animals were sample...

    Authors: Jérôme Follet, Karine Guyot, Hélène Leruste, Anne Follet-Dumoulin, Ourida Hammouma-Ghelboun, Gabriela Certad, Eduardo Dei-Cas and Patrice Halama
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:116
  33. The Lapinized Philippines Coronel (LPC) vaccine, an attenuated strain of classical swine fever virus (CSFV), is an important tool for the prevention and control of CSFV infection and is widely and routinely us...

    Authors: Yu-Liang Huang, Victor Fei Pang, Chun-Ming Lin, Yi-Chieh Tsai, Mi-Yuan Chia, Ming-Chung Deng, Chia-Yi Chang and Chian-Ren Jeng
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:115
  34. The response of the abomasal transcriptome to gastrointestinal parasites was evaluated in parasite-susceptible and parasite-resistant Angus cattle using RNA-seq at a depth of 23.7 million sequences per sample....

    Authors: Robert W Li, Manuela Rinaldi and Anthony V Capuco
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:114
  35. Domestic pigs are the main representatives of the domestic cycle of Trichinella spiralis that play a role in transmission to humans. In Europe, backyard pigs of small household farms are the most important risks ...

    Authors: Frits FJ Franssen, Manoj Fonville, Katsuhisa Takumi, Isabelle Vallée, Aurélie Grasset, Marie A Koedam, Piet W Wester, Pascal Boireau and Joke WB van der Giessen
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:113
  36. Group A rotaviruses (GARs) are one of the most common causes of diarrhea in suckling pigs. Although a number of G and P genotypes have been identified in porcine GARs, few attempts have been made to study the ...

    Authors: Ayako Miyazaki, Kazufumi Kuga, Tohru Suzuki, Mariko Kohmoto, Ken Katsuda and Hiroshi Tsunemitsu
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:112
  37. This study analyzed the functional expression of TLR3 in various gastrointestinal tissues from adult swine and shows that TLR3 is expressed preferentially in intestinal epithelial cells (IEC), CD172a+CD11R1high a...

    Authors: Shoichi Hosoya, Julio Villena, Tomoyuki Shimazu, Masanori Tohno, Hitomi Fujie, Eriko Chiba, Takeshi Shimosato, Hisashi Aso, Yoshihito Suda, Yasushi Kawai, Tadao Saito, Susana Alvarez, Shuji Ikegami, Hiroyuki Itoh and Haruki Kitazawa
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:111
  38. The application of genetic breeding programmes to eradicate transmissible spongiform encephalopathies in goats is an important aim for reasons of animal welfare as well as human food safety and food security. ...

    Authors: Wilfred Goldmann, Kelly Ryan, Paula Stewart, David Parnham, Rosa Xicohtencatl, Nora Fernandez, Ginny Saunders, Otto Windl, Lorenzo González, Alex Bossers and James Foster
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:110
  39. Gene expression analysis has proven to be a very useful tool to gain knowledge of the factors involved in the pathogenesis of diseases, particularly in the initial or preclinical stages. With the aim of findin...

    Authors: Raül Tortosa, Xavier Castells, Enric Vidal, Carme Costa, María del Carmen Ruiz de Villa, Àlex Sánchez, Anna Barceló, Juan María Torres, Martí Pumarola and Joaquín Ariño
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:109
  40. Infection of cattle with foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) results in the development of long-term protective antibody responses. In contrast, inactivated antigen vaccines fail to induce long-term protective...

    Authors: Miriam A Windsor, B Veronica Carr, Bartomiej Bankowski, Debi Gibson, Elizabeth Reid, Pip Hamblin, Simon Gubbins, Nicholas Juleff and Bryan Charleston
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:108
  41. In order to understand the mechanism of neuroinvasion of a highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAIV) into the central nervous system (CNS) of chickens, specific pathogen free chickens were inoculated wit...

    Authors: Aida J Chaves, Núria Busquets, Rosa Valle, Raquel Rivas, Júlia Vergara-Alert, Roser Dolz, Antonio Ramis, Ayub Darji and Natàlia Majó
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:106
  42. Many of the known fish herpesviruses have important aquaculture species as their natural host, and may cause serious disease and mortality. Anguillid herpesvirus 1 (AngHV-1) causes a hemorrhagic disease in Eur...

    Authors: Steven J van Beurden, Baptiste Leroy, Ruddy Wattiez, Olga LM Haenen, Sjef Boeren, Jacques JM Vervoort, Ben PH Peeters, Peter JM Rottier, Marc Y Engelsma and Alain F Vanderplasschen
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:105
  43. One hundred and four scrapie positive and 77 negative goats from 34 Greek mixed flocks were analysed by prion protein gene sequencing and 17 caprine scrapie isolates from 11 flocks were submitted to molecular ...

    Authors: Eirini G Fragkiadaki, Gabriele Vaccari, Loukia V Ekateriniadou, Umberto Agrimi, Nektarios D Giadinis, Barbara Chiappini, Elena Esposito, Michela Conte and Romolo Nonno
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:104
  44. The inhibitory receptor programmed death-1 (PD-1) and its ligand, programmed death-ligand 1 (PD-L1) are involved in immune evasion mechanisms for several pathogens causing chronic infections. Blockade of the P...

    Authors: Ryoyo Ikebuchi, Satoru Konnai, Tatsuya Shirai, Yuji Sunden, Shiro Murata, Misao Onuma and Kazuhiko Ohashi
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:103
  45. Mycoplasma haemofelis is a mycoplasmal pathogen (hemoplasma) that attaches to the host's erythrocytes. Distributed worldwide, it has a significant impact on the health of cats causing acute disease and, despite t...

    Authors: Andrea P Santos, Ana MS Guimaraes, Naíla C do Nascimento, Phillip J SanMiguel, Samuel W Martin and Joanne B Messick
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:102
  46. The etiology of reptilian viral diseases can be attributed to a wide range of viruses occurring across different genera and families. Thirty to forty years ago, studies of viruses in reptiles focused mainly on...

    Authors: Ellen Ariel
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:100
  47. We reported previously that sheep affected with footrot (FR) have lower whole-blood selenium (WB-Se) concentrations and that parenteral Se-supplementation in conjunction with routine control practices accelera...

    Authors: Jean A Hall, Rachel L Sendek, Rachel M Chinn, D Paul Bailey, Katie N Thonstad, Yongqiang Wang, Neil E Forsberg, William R Vorachek, Bernadette V Stang, Robert J Van Saun and Gerd Bobe
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2011 42:99

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