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Maturation of Esophageal Motility and Esophagogastric Junction in Preterm Infants

changes may suggest further development of the enteric nervous system after birth in former preterm neonates. Health Topics:  Burden of disease Fardeau de la maladie Ziektelast Manuscript versions:  DOI:  ...

Efficient control of Japanese encephalitis virus in the central nervous system of infected pigs occurs in the absence of a pronounced inflammatory immune response.

central nervous system (CNS), resulting in a detrimental outcome. Pigs act as important amplification and reservoir hosts, and JEV infection of pigs is mostly subclinical. Information on virus spread in the ...

Global burden of intellectual disability resulting from dietary exposure to lead, 2015

notable effects are those that occur on the nervous system. This is particularly the case in the exposure to the fetus, infant and child. Infants and children generally have higher lead exposures on a body ...

Combining primary care surveillance and a meta-analysis to estimate the incidence of the clinical manifestations of Lyme borreliosis in Belgium, 2015–2017

(LB) is an important tick-borne disease which can cause a broad range of symptoms mainly affecting the skin, the nervous system and the joints. This study aims to estimate the incidence of the different ...

Burden and Risk Assessment of Foodborne Disease

which are able to cause extra-intestinal disease, e.g., central nervous system manifestations due to congenital toxoplasmosis or cancer due to heavy metal exposure. In addition to the health impacts, the ...

MALT1 controls attenuated rabies virus by inducing early inflammation and T cell activation in the brain.

impact of MALT1 on virus infection in the central nervous system. Here, we studied infection with an attenuated rabies virus (ERA) and observed increased susceptibility with ERA in MALT1-/- mice. Indeed, ...

Present status of laboratory diagnosis of human taeniosis/cysticercosis in Europe.

establish in the human central nervous system (neurocysticercosis, NCC) and other organs and tissues; they also develop in pigs, the natural intermediate host. Human taeniosis may be caused by T. solium, ...

Age-Dependent Differences in Pseudorabies Virus Neuropathogenesis and Associated Cytokine Expression.

enhanced viral replication and associated immunopathology in immature TG and the central nervous system neurons of 2-week-old pigs and that neurological disease is related with extensive viral replication ...

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