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- Steven J. A. Kimble; April J. Johnson; Rod N. Williams; Jason T. Hoverman
- EcoHealth 2017 v.14 no.4 pp. 810-815
- Ranavirus; Terrapene; adaptive immunity; captive animals; clinical examination; mortality; nose; quantitative polymerase chain reaction
- ... A Ranavirus outbreak in a captive population of wild-caught individuals was monitored using clinical evaluations and real-time PCR in 317 wild box turtles held in captivity during translocation. During the 2-year study period, the population experienced 71.6% mortality, suggesting that ranaviruses can rapidly attenuate populations. Wide variation in infection rate (7–94% per sampling period) was o ...
- Maria Grazia Pennisi; Maria Flaminia Persichetti
- Veterinary parasitology 2018 v.251 pp. 131-137
- DNA; Leishmania infantum; Phlebotominae; adaptive immunity; antibody detection; bone marrow; cats; cecum; clinical examination; colon; comorbidity; dogs; drugs; eyes; hosts; immunocompetence; kidneys; leishmaniasis; liver; longevity; lungs; lymph nodes; mucosa; nose; parasites; prognosis; spleen; stomach; therapeutics; zoonoses
- ... Leishmania infantum is a vector-borne zoonotic disease transmitted by phlebotomine sand flies and dogs are considered the main reservoir of the parasite. Feline leishmaniosis (FeL) caused by L. infantum is an emergent feline disease more and more frequently reported in endemic areas. This review summarizes current knowledge focusing similarities and differences with canine leishmaniosis (CanL). Ca ...
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- Philippe Fournier; Volker Schirrmacher
- Biology 2013 v.2 no.3 pp. 936-975
- Avian orthoavulavirus 1; Respirovirus; T-lymphocytes; adaptive immunity; antigens; antineoplastic activity; birds; clinical examination; cytotoxicity; dendritic cells; immunocompetence; immunostimulants; neoplasm cells; neoplasms; patients; vaccination; vaccines; viruses
- ... Oncolytic viruses (OVs) replicate selectively in tumor cells and exert anti-tumor cytotoxic activity. Among them, Newcastle Disease Virus (NDV), a bird RNA virus of the paramyxovirus family, appears outstanding. Its anti-tumor effect is based on: (i) oncolytic activity and (ii) immunostimulation. Together these activities facilitate the induction of post-oncolytic adaptive immunity. We will presen ...
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