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- Milad Lagzian; Mohammad Reza Bassami; Hesam Dehghani
- Veterinary immunology and immunopathology 2016 v.176 pp. 5-17
- in vivo studies; Newcastle disease; cell death; Avian orthoavulavirus 1; vaccination; chemokines; nucleoproteins; macrophages; gene expression; immunodominant epitopes; viruses; Escherichia coli; transcription factors; major histocompatibility complex; immune response; toxicity; virulent strains; chickens; antigen presentation; viability; nitric oxide; monocytes; Influenza A virus; avian influenza; recombinant vaccines; poultry industry
- ... Avian influenza virus (AIV) and Newcastle disease virus (NDV) are two important viral diseases in the poultry industry. Therefore, new disease-fighting strategies, especially effective genetic vaccination, are in high demand. Bacterial Ghost (BG) is a promising platform for delivering genetic materials to macrophages, cells that are among the first to encounter these viruses. However, there is no ...
- Sally Woodman; Amanda J. Gibson; Ana Rubio García; Guillermo Sanchez Contreras; John W. Rossen; Dirk Werling; Victoria Offord
- Veterinary immunology and immunopathology 2016 v.169 pp. 10-14
- Mirounga; endangered species; methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus; marine mammals; population dynamics; Brucella; risk; Toll-like receptor 6; methicillin; bacterial infections; pathogens; Phoca vitulina; disease outbreaks; mortality; antibiotic resistance; innate immunity; Influenza A virus; environmental health; Phocine morbillivirus; vaccine adjuvants; Toll-like receptor 1
- ... Pinnipeds are a diverse clade of semi-aquatic mammals, which act as key indicators of ecosystem health. Their transition from land to marine environments provides a complex microbial milieu, making them vulnerable to both aquatic and terrestrial pathogens, thereby contributing to pinniped population decline. Indeed, viral pathogens such as influenza A virus and phocine distemper virus (PDV) have b ...