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A Versatile Panel of Reference Gene Assays for the Measurement of Chicken mRNA by Quantitative PCR.

selected genes on the detection of statistically significant differences in expression. The results are compared with those obtained using 28s ribosomal RNA, the present most widely accepted reference gene ...

A trend analysis of antimicrobial resistance in commensal Escherichia coli from several livestock species in Belgium (2011-2014).

regression and Generalized Estimating Equation and after p value adjustment for multiple testing (Linear step-up method), statistically significant decreasing temporal trends were observed for several of the ...

Follow-up of the Schmallenberg Virus Seroprevalence in Belgian Cattle.

antibodies. All sampled herds tested positive and within-herd seroprevalence was estimated at 65.66% (95% CI: 62.28-69.04). A statistically significant decrease was observed between the beginning and the end of ...

Dose-dependent effect of experimental Schmallenberg virus infection in sheep.

obtain a homogeneous response in infected animals under experimental conditions. In the productively infected animals, no statistical differences between the different inoculation doses were found in the ...

Cytokine and immunoglobulin isotype profiles during CP7_E2alf vaccination against a challenge with the highly virulent Koslov strain of classical swine fever virus.

p.389-95 (2014) Keywords: Administration, Oral Animals Classical Swine Fever Classical swine fever virus Cytokines Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay Immunoglobulin Isotypes Statistics, Nonparametric Swine ...

Large-scale cross-sectional serological survey of Schmallenberg virus in Belgian cattle at the end of the first vector season.

conclusion that the Schmallenberg virus was widespread in Belgium during winter 2011. Seroprevalence was shown to be statistically associated to the animal’s age (P < 0.0001): with 64.9% (95% CI: ...

Evaluation of four enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays for the serologic survey of avian influenza in wild bird species.

tests for validation purposes. Cohen’s kappa statistics and Spearman correlation coefficients were calculated for each combination of two tests and for each bird species. Test agreement for mallard sera ...

Characteristics of serology-based vaccine potency models for foot-and-mouth disease virus.

Neutralization Tests Predictive Value of Tests Reproducibility of Results Roc Curve Statistics as Topic Viral Vaccines Abstract: BACKGROUND: Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccine potency testing involves hundreds ...

Quantitative characterization of agglomerates and aggregates of pyrogenic and precipitated amorphous silica nanomaterials by transmission electron microscopy.

particles. This reduces operator-induced bias and assures a statistically relevant number of measurements, avoiding the tedious repetitive task of manual measurements. Access to multiple parameters further ...

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