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  1. Clostridium perfringens (C. perfringens) infection is recognized as one of the most challenging issues threatening food safety and perplexing agricultural development. To date, the molecular mechanisms of the int...

    Authors: Zhen-Zhen Liu, Cheng-Kai Zhou, Xiao-Qi Lin, Yu Gao, Xue-Yue Luo, Jia-Bao Zhang, Qi Yin, Liang Zhang, Jian-Gang Zhang, Xin An, Wei Chen and Yong-Jun Yang
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:52
  2. Lyophilized Streptococcus spp. isolates (n = 50) from animal samples submitted to the diagnostic laboratory at the University of Connecticut in the 1940s were revivified to investigate the genetic characteristics...

    Authors: Ji-Yeon Hyeon, Junwon Kim, David H. Chung, Zeinab H. Helal, Robert Polkowski, Dong-Hun Lee and Guillermo R. Risatti
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:51
  3. Proteus mirabilis is a commensal bacterium dwelling in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract of humans and animals. Although New Delhi metallo-β-lactamase 1 (NDM-1) producing P. mirabilis is emerging as a threat, its e...

    Authors: Su Min Kyung, Jun Ho Lee, Eun-Seo Lee, Xi-Rui Xiang and Han Sang Yoo
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:50
  4. Riemerella anatipestifer infection is characterized by meningitis with neurological symptoms in ducklings and has adversely affected the poultry industry. R. anatipestifer strains can invade the duck brain to cau...

    Authors: Zongchao Chen, Min Zhu, Dan Liu, Mengsi Wu, Pengfei Niu, Yang Yu, Chan Ding and Shengqing Yu
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:49
  5. Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (APP) is a bacterium frequently associated with porcine pleuropneumonia. The acute form of the disease is highly contagious and often fatal, resulting in significant economic losse...

    Authors: Flavia Guarneri, Claudia Romeo, Federico Scali, Simona Zoppi, Nicoletta Formenti, Antonio Marco Maisano, Salvatore Catania, Marcelo Gottschalk and G. Loris Alborali
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:48
  6. Pasteurella multocida is an important zoonotic respiratory pathogen capable of infecting a diverse range of hosts, including humans, farm animals, and wild animals. However, the precise mechanisms by which P. mul...

    Authors: Guangfu Zhao, Yunhan Tang, Ruitong Dan, Muhan Xie, Tianci Zhang, Pan Li, Fang He, Nengzhang Li and Yuanyi Peng
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:46
  7. Swine acute diarrhea syndrome coronavirus (SADS-CoV) is a novel porcine enteric coronavirus that causes acute watery diarrhea, vomiting, and dehydration in newborn piglets. The type III interferon (IFN-λ) resp...

    Authors: Chunhui Zhong, Gaoli She, Yukun Zhao, Yufang Liu, Jingmin Li, Xiaona Wei, Zexin Chen, Keyu Zhao, Zhiqing Zhao, Zhichao Xu, Hao Zhang, Yongchang Cao and Chunyi Xue
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:45
  8. Swine acute diarrhea syndrome coronavirus (SADS-CoV), an emerging Alpha-coronavirus, brings huge economic loss in swine industry. Interferons (IFNs) participate in a frontline antiviral defense mechanism triggeri...

    Authors: Jiyu Zhang, Hongyan Shi, Liaoyuan Zhang, Tingshuai Feng, Jianfei Chen, Xin Zhang, Zhaoyang Ji, Zhaoyang Jing, Xiaoyuan Zhu, Dakai Liu, Xiaoman Yang, Miaomiao Zeng, Da Shi and Li Feng
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:44
  9. Senecavirus A (SVA) causes outbreaks of vesicular disease in pigs, which imposes a considerable economic burden on the pork industry. As current SVA prevention measures are ineffective, new strategies for cont...

    Authors: Xiwang Yang, Rui Liu, Yunsha Du, Caiqiu Mei, Guangneng Zhang, Chen Wang, Yijun Yang, Zhiwen Xu, Wenting Li and Xiao Liu
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:43
  10. African Swine Fever virus (ASFV), the causative agent of African swine fever, is a highly lethal hemorrhagic virus affecting domestic pigs and wild boars. The primary target cells for ASFV infection are porcin...

    Authors: Hua Cao, Mengjia Zhang, Zheyu Liao, Dongfan Li, Xinglin He, Hailong Ma, Pengfei Li, Xuexiang Yu, Guiqing Peng, Shengsong Xie, Qigai He and Wentao Li
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:42
  11. Tuberculosis BCG vaccination induced non-specific protective effects in humans led to postulate the concept of trained immunity (TRAIM) as an innate type of immune mechanism that triggered by a pathogen, prote...

    Authors: Rosa Casais, Natalia Iglesias, Iker A. Sevilla, Joseba M. Garrido, Ana Balseiro, Mercedes Dominguez and Ramon A. Juste
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:41
  12. The interaction between viral components and cellular proteins plays a crucial role in viral replication. In a previous study, we showed that the 3′—untranslated region (3′—UTR) is an essential element for the...

    Authors: Hao An, Xiaoli Yu, Jing Li, Fuyan Shi, Yumei Liu, Ming Shu, Zihan Li, Xiaohong Li, Wanwei Li and Junhao Chen
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:40
  13. A novel variant of rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus, designated RHDV2/b/GI.2, was first discovered in France in 2010. Subsequently, RHDV2 rapidly spread to Africa, North America, Australia, and Asia. RHDV2 ou...

    Authors: Zhuo Sun, Qi An, Yuepeng Li, Xiang Gao and Hongbin Wang
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:38
  14. In the last decade, prophages that possess the ability of lysogenic transformation have become increasingly significant. Their transfer and subsequent activity in the host have a significant impact on the evol...

    Authors: Dezhi Li, Wei Liang, Zhiqiang Huang, Wenwen Ma and Qing Liu
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:37
  15. Equine influenza virus (EIV) remains a threat to horses, despite the availability of vaccines. Strategies to monitor the virus and prevent potential vaccine failure revolve around serological assays, RT-qPCR a...

    Authors: Lena Kleij, Elise Bruder, Dorothée Raoux-Barbot, Nathalie Lejal, Quentin Nevers, Charlotte Deloizy, Bruno Da Costa, Loïc Legrand, Eric Barrey, Alexandre Chenal, Stéphane Pronost, Bernard Delmas and Sophie Dhorne-Pollet
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:36
  16. The increase in the emergence of antimicrobial resistance has led to great challenges in controlling porcine extraintestinal pathogenic Escherichia coli (ExPEC) infections. Combinations of antimicrobial peptides ...

    Authors: Qi Tao, Yi Lu, Qian Liu, Runqiu Chen, Yating Xu, Gang Li, Xiaoxiang Hu, Chao Ye, Lianci Peng and Rendong Fang
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:35
  17. Streptococcus suis serotype 2 is a major swine pathogen and a zoonotic agent, causing meningitis in both swine and humans, responsible for substantial economic losses to the swine industry worldwide. The pathogen...

    Authors: Servane Payen, Marie-Christine Giroux, Nicolas Gisch, Ursula Schombel, Nahuel Fittipaldi, Mariela Segura and Marcelo Gottschalk
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:34
  18. Lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV) infection is a major socio-economic issue that seriously threatens the global cattle-farming industry. Here, a recombinant virus LSDV-ΔTK/EGFP, expressing enhanced green fluores...

    Authors: Jingyu Wang, Jinzhao Ji, Yongcheng Zhong, Wenxin Meng, Shaobin Wan, Xiaoqing Ding, Zihan Chen, Weiyong Wu, Kun Jia and Shoujun Li
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:33
  19. Outbreaks of West Nile virus (WNV) occur periodically, affecting both human and equine populations. There are no vaccines for humans, and those commercialised for horses do not have sufficient coverage. Specif...

    Authors: Marielle Cochet, François Piumi, Kamila Gorna, Noémie Berry, Gaëlle Gonzalez, Anne Danckaert, Nathalie Aulner, Odile Blanchet, Stéphan Zientara, Francesc Xavier Donadeu, Hélène Munier-Lehmann, Jennifer Richardson, Alexandra Benchoua and Muriel Coulpier
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:32
  20. Pasteurella multocida is an opportunistic zoonotic pathogen that primarily causes fatal respiratory diseases, such as pneumonia and respiratory syndromes. However, the precise mechanistic understanding of how P. ...

    Authors: Guangfu Zhao, Yunhan Tang, Xiongli Liu, Pan Li, Tianci Zhang, Nengzhang Li, Fang He and Yuanyi Peng
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:31
  21. Epithelial damage due to gastrointestinal disorders frequently causes severe disease in horses. To study the underlying pathophysiological processes, we aimed to establish equine jejunum and colon enteroids (e...

    Authors: Christina Windhaber, Anna Heckl, Georg Csukovich, Barbara Pratscher, Iwan Anton Burgener, Nora Biermann and Franziska Dengler
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:30
  22. The prevalence of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus 1 (PRRSV1) isolates has continued to increase in Chinese swine herds in recent years. However, no effective control strategy is available f...

    Authors: Shubin Li, Ming Qiu, Shuai Li, Chen Li, Hong Lin, Yuejia Qiu, Wenhao Qi, Binghui Feng, Meng Cui, Shuai Yang, Wanglong Zheng, Shaobin Shang, Kegong Tian, Jianzhong Zhu, Yu Lu and Nanhua Chen
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:28
  23. Bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) belongs to the genus Pestivirus within the family Flaviviridae. Mitophagy plays important roles in virus-host interactions. Here, we provide evidence that non-cytopathic (NCP) B...

    Authors: Zhijun Li, Ying Zhang, Bao Zhao, Qinghong Xue, Chunjiang Wang, Siyu Wan, Jingyu Wang, Xiwen Chen and Xuefeng Qi
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:27
  24. Pyroptosis is a form of programmed cell death characterized by cell swelling, pore formation in the plasma membrane, lysis, and releases of cytoplasmic contents. To date, the molecular mechanism of human and m...

    Authors: Zhendong Ge, Jinxia Xu, Ke Yang, Longjian Wu, Shan Chen, Biao Chen, Jiangyao Tian, Jinpeng Zhang, Ahui Xu, Bei Huang, Houhui Song and Yang Yang
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:26
  25. Stem cell-derived organoid cultures have emerged as attractive experimental models for infection biology research regarding various types of gastro-intestinal pathogens and host species. However, the large siz...

    Authors: Stina Hellman, Frida Martin, Eva Tydén, Mikael E. Sellin, Albin Norman, Bernt Hjertner, Pia Svedberg and Caroline Fossum
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:25
  26. Understanding mortality causes is important for the conservation of endangered species, especially in small and isolated populations inhabiting anthropized landscapes where both natural and human-caused mortal...

    Authors: Ana Balseiro, Gloria Herrero-García, Juan Francisco García Marín, Ramón Balsera, Juana María Monasterio, David Cubero, Gabriel de Pedro, Álvaro Oleaga, Alberto García-Rodríguez, Israel Espinoza, Benjamín Rabanal, Gorka Aduriz, José Tuñón, Christian Gortázar and Luis José Royo
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:24
  27. According to previous studies, three representative avian adenoviral strains utilize coxsackievirus–adenovirus receptor (CAR) as a receptor and seem to exhibit diverse binding affinities and modes. Thus, furth...

    Authors: Yapeng Song, Mingyue Tao, Lin Liu, Yang Wang, Zhenchao Zhao, Zongmei Huang, Wenming Gao, Qiang Wei and Xinsheng Li
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:23
  28. The emergence of transferable linezolid resistance genes poses significant challenges to public health, as it does not only confer linezolid resistance but also reduces susceptibility to florfenicol, which is ...

    Authors: Eiseul Kim, Seung-Min Yang, Hyo-Sun Kwak, Bo-Youn Moon, Suk-Kyung Lim and Hae-Yeong Kim
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:21
  29. In mammary glands, the formation of less-permeable tight junctions (TJs) and the production of antimicrobial compounds like lactoferrin and defensins are important for preventing mastitis. Resveratrol, a polyp...

    Authors: Yusaku Tsugami, Takahiro Nii and Naoki Isobe
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:20
  30. Although cattle are the mammalian species with most global biomass associated with a huge impact on our planet, their immune system remains poorly understood. Notably, the bovine immune system has peculiaritie...

    Authors: Thomas Démoulins, Thatcha Yimthin, Dorothea Lindtke, Lukas Eggerschwiler, Raphael Siegenthaler, Fabien Labroussaa and Joerg Jores
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:18
  31. Streptococcus suis is a gram-positive bacterium that causes meningitis, septicemia, endocarditis, and other disorders in pigs and humans. We obtained 42 and 50 S. suis isolates from lesions of porcine endocarditi...

    Authors: Kai Kobayashi, Hiroaki Kubota, Mari Tohya, Megumi Ushikubo, Miki Yamamoto, Tsukasa Ariyoshi, Yumi Uchitani, Morika Mitobe, Rumi Okuno, Ichiro Nakagawa, Tsutomu Sekizaki, Jun Suzuki and Kenji Sadamasu
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:17
  32. Numerous infectious diseases in cattle lead to reductions in body weight, milk production, and reproductive performance. Cattle are primarily vaccinated using inactivated vaccines due to their increased safety...

    Authors: Rofaida Mostafa Soliman, Keisuke Nishioka, Fumi Murakoshi and Takaaki Nakaya
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:16
  33. This study investigated the role of causative infectious agents in ulceration of the non-glandular part of the porcine stomach (pars oesophagea). In total, 150 stomachs from slaughter pigs were included, 75 from ...

    Authors: Emily Taillieu, Steff Taelman, Sofie De Bruyckere, Evy Goossens, Ilias Chantziaras, Christophe Van Steenkiste, Peter Yde, Steven Hanssens, Dimitri De Meyer, Wim Van Criekinge, Michiel Stock, Dominiek Maes, Koen Chiers and Freddy Haesebrouck
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:15
  34. Streptococcus suis (S. suis) is an important porcine pathogen causing meningitis, arthritis, and septicemia. Serotypes 2 and 14 are the most common zoonotic ones worldwide, whereas serotypes 2, 9, and 7 are very ...

    Authors: Haodan Zhu, Uwe Müller, Christoph Georg Baums and Sophie Öhlmann
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:14

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  35. Mastitis, inflammation of the mammary gland, is the costliest disease in dairy cattle and a major animal welfare concern. Mastitis is usually caused by bacteria, of which staphylococci, streptococci and Escherich...

    Authors: Terhi Iso-Touru, Frank Panitz, Daniel Fischer, Minna K. Kyläniemi, Suvi Taponen, Jonna Tabell, Anneli Virta and Johanna Vilkki
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:13
  36. Streptococcus suis is a zoonotic pathogen that causes a major health problem in the pig production industry worldwide. Spain is one of the largest pig producers in the world. This work aimed to investigate the ge...

    Authors: Cristina Uruén, Ana Fernandez, José Luis Arnal, Mateo del Pozo, Maria Casas Amoribieta, Ignacio de Blas, Paula Jurado, Jorge Hugo Calvo, Marcelo Gottschalk, Luis Daniel González-Vázquez, Miguel Arenas, Clara M. Marín and Jesús Arenas
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:11
  37. Toxoplasma gondii is among the most important parasites worldwide. The apicoplast is a unique organelle shared by all Apicomplexan protozoa. Increasing lines of evidence suggest that the apicoplast possesses its ...

    Authors: Jie Xia, Yimin Yang, Xueqiu Chen, Kaiyue Song, Guangxu Ma, Yi Yang, Chaoqun Yao and Aifang Du
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:10
  38. Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) is a viral pathogen with substantial economic implications for the global swine industry. The existing vaccination strategies and antiviral drugs off...

    Authors: Heyou Yi, Ruirui Ye, Ermin Xie, Lechen Lu, Qiumei Wang, Shaojun Wang, Yankuo Sun, Tao Tian, Yingwu Qiu, Qianwen Wu, Guihong Zhang and Heng Wang
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:9
  39. Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) can induce persistent inflammatory damage to the tracheal mucosa of poultry and cause chronic respiratory diseases in chickens. To further investigate the mechanism of MG-induced inj...

    Authors: Lemiao Zhong, Chunlin Wu, Yan Zhao, Baoqin Huang, Zhongbao Luo and Yijian Wu
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:8
  40. Carbonyl-reducing enzymes (CREs) catalyse the reduction of carbonyl groups in many eobiotic and xenobiotic compounds in all organisms, including helminths. Previous studies have shown the important roles of CR...

    Authors: Nikola Rychlá, Martina Navrátilová, Eliška Kohoutová, Lucie Raisová Stuchlíková, Karolína Štěrbová, Josef Krátký, Petra Matoušková, Barbora Szotáková and Lenka Skálová
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:7
  41. Although the role of iron in bacterial infections has been well described for Staphylococcus (S.) aureus, iron acquisition in (bovine-associated) non-aureus staphylococci and mammaliicocci (NASM) remains insuffic...

    Authors: Helena Reydams, Bruno Toledo-Silva, Kristien Mertens, Sofie Piepers, Nick Vereecke, Fernando Nogueira Souza, Freddy Haesebrouck and Sarne De Vliegher
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:6
  42. Avian influenza viruses (AIV) of the H7N7 subtype are enzootic in the wild bird reservoir in Europe, cause infections in poultry, and have sporadically infected humans. The non-structural protein PB1-F2 is enc...

    Authors: Luise Hohensee, David Scheibner, Alexander Schäfer, Holly Shelton, Thomas C. Mettenleiter, Angele Breithaupt, Anca Dorhoi, Elsayed M. Abdelwhab and Ulrike Blohm
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:5
  43. During the replication process, the herpesvirus genome forms the head-to-tail linked concatemeric genome, which is then cleaved and packaged into the capsid. The cleavage and packing process is carried out by ...

    Authors: Qiao Yang, Yaya Feng, Yuanxin Zhang, Mingshu Wang, Renyong Jia, Dekang Zhu, Shun Chen, Mafeng Liu, Xinxin Zhao, Ying Wu, Shaqiu Zhang, Bin Tian, Xumin Ou, Sai Mao, Juan Huang, Qun Gao…
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:2
  44. The intestine of Haemonchus contortus is an essential tissue that has been indicated to be a major target for the prevention of haemonchosis caused by this parasitic nematode of small ruminants. Biological peculi...

    Authors: Caixian Zhou, Waresi Tuersong, Lu Liu, Wenda Di, Li He, Fangfang Li, Chunqun Wang and Min Hu
    Citation: Veterinary Research 2024 55:1

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