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Capsid proteins from field strains of foot-and-mouth disease virus confer a pathogenic phenotype in cattle on an attenuated, cell-culture-adapted virus

in-contact animals. Thus, the surface-exposed capsid proteins of the O1K B64 strain are responsible for its attenuation in cattle. Consequently, there is no evidence for any adaptation, acquired during cell ...

Molecular study of the quasispecies evolution of a typical pigeon paramyxovirus type 1 after serial passages in pigeons by contact.

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Barbezange, Cyril; Jestin, V Source: Avian Pathol, Volume 34, Issue 2 (2005) Keywords: Animals Base Sequence Bird Diseases brain ...

Overview of spatio-temporal distribution inferred by multi-locus sequence typing of Taylorella equigenitalis isolated worldwide from 1977 to 2018 in equidae

Keywords: Contagious equine metritis Infectious equine disease MLST Taylorellaequigenitalis Abstract: The accurate identification of Taylorella equigenitalis strains is essential to improve worldwide ...

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