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- Bao, Shijun; Guo, Xiaoqin; Yu, Shengqing; Ding, Jiabo; Tan, Lei; Zhang, Fanqin; Sun, Yingjie; Qiu, Xusheng; Chen, Guanghua; Ding, Chan
- BMC veterinary research 2014 v.10 no.1 pp. 223
- Mycoplasma synoviae, etc ; Escherichia coli; Western blotting; arthritis; binding proteins; blood serum; catalytic activity; chickens; complement; cytoplasm; enzyme activity; fibronectins; genes; humans; metabolism; microscopy; pathogens; plasminogen; poultry industry; rabbits; respiratory tract diseases; turkeys; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Mycoplasma synoviae is an avian pathogen that can lead to respiratory tract infections and arthritis in chickens and turkeys, resulting in serious economic losses to the poultry industry. Enolase reportedly plays important roles in several bacterial pathogens, but its role in M. synoviae has not been established. Therefore, in this study, the enolase encoding gene (eno) of M. synoviae ...
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