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- Zhang, Jinyue, et al. Show all 17 Authors
- BMC veterinary research 2019 v.15 no.1 pp. 63
- Anseriform dependoparvovirus 1; allantoic fluid; apoptosis; beak; cytotoxicity; ducks; dwarfing; eggs; fibroblasts; financial economics; fluorescent antibody technique; geese; harvesting; intestines; liver; poultry feeding; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); tongue; vaccines; viral load; viruses; China
- ... BACKGROUND: Short beak and dwarfism syndrome (SBDS) was caused by novel goose parvovirus (NGPV)--a variant of goose parvovirus (GPV). Ducks infected with NGPV shows clinical signs including growth retardation and protrusion of the tongue from an atrophied beak. SBDS outbreak was first reported at the northern coastal provinces of China during 2015 and it was again reported in Sichuan, an inland pr ...
- Zhang, Jinyue, et al. Show all 14 Authors
- Veterinary microbiology 2017 v.212 pp. 39-47
- Hepatitis C virus; Tembusu virus; antigen presentation; brain; cytokines; double-stranded RNA; ducks; gene expression; gene expression regulation; gene ontology; goslings; host range; hosts; immune evasion; immune response; inflammation; liver; major histocompatibility complex; non-specific protein-tyrosine kinase; oligomerization; pathogen-associated molecular patterns; pathogenesis; peptidoglycans; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction; sequence analysis; signal transduction; spleen; transactivators; transcription factor NF-kappa B; transcriptomics; unigenes; viruses; Asia
- ... Flaviviruses pose a significant threat to public health worldwide. Recently, a novel flavivirus, duck Tembusu virus (TMUV), was identified as the causative agent of a serious duck viral disease in Asia. Its rapid spread and expanded host range have raised substantial concerns regarding its potential threat to non-avian hosts, including humans. However, the specific molecular host responses to this ...