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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 ...

Comprehensive toxicokinetic analysis reveals major interspecies differences in absorption, distribution and elimination of citrinin in pigs and broiler chickens

bioavailability for CIT was complete for broilers (113-131%), while ranging from 37 to 44% in pigs. CIT was more rapidly absorbed in pigs (Tmax = 0.92 h) compared to broiler chickens (Tmax = 7.33 h). The ...

The African swine fever virus isolate Belgium 2018/1 shows high virulence in European wild boar.

fever (ASF) is one of the most important and complex viral diseases in domestic pigs and wild boar. Over the last decade, the disease has spread to several European and Asian countries and is now one of ...

Porcine NK Cells Stimulate Proliferation of Pseudorabies Virus-Experienced CD8 and CD4CD8 T Cells.

cells and whether this APC-like activity of NK cells may stimulate proliferation of antiviral T cells. Here, using the porcine alphaherpesvirus pseudorabies virus (PRV), we show that vaccination of pigs ...

Risks for animal health related to the presence of zearalenone and its modified forms in feed

adverse effect levels (NOAEL s) for pig (piglets and gilts), poultry (chicken and fattening turkeys), sheep and fish (extrapolated from carp) and lowest observed effect level (LOAEL) for dogs. No reference ...

High-level expression of Chlamydia psittaci major outer membrane protein in COS cells and in skeletal muscles of turkeys.

of the avian C. psittaci serovar D strain NJ1, 79.1 and 81.1% identical to that of the C. psittaci guinea pig inclusion conjunctivitis strain, 60.9 and 62.5% identical to that of the Chlamydia ...

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