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Detection of toxins involved in foodborne diseases caused by Gram‐positive bacteria

important virulence factors of respective foodborne pathogens and a primary cause of the related foodborne diseases. They are proteins or peptides that differ from each other in their size, structure, ...

Study of the underlying mechanisms and consequences of pathogenicity differences between two in vitro selected G1-H9N2 clones originating from a single isolate.

Influenza in Birds Poultry Diseases Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction Sequence Analysis, DNA Viral Plaque Assay virulence Virus Shedding Abstract: The G1- H9N2 avian influenza virus (AIV) has caused ...

New insights in dermatophyte research.

disorders. Main taxonomic traits at the generic level have changed considerably, and now fine-tuning at the species level with state-of-the-art technology has become urgent. Research on virulence factors ...

Comparative Profiling of Ubiquitin Proteasome System Interplay with Influenza A Virus PB2 Polymerase Protein Recapitulating Virus Evolution in Humans

of virulence in humans. An extensive PB2- UPS interplay has been detected that recapitulates the evolution of IAV s in humans. Functional validation with several IAV strains, including the seasonal ...

Virulence and immunogenicity of genetically defined human and porcine isolates of M. avium subsp. hominissuis in an experimental mouse infection

comparison with two well-studied M. avium subsp. hominissuis reference strains i.e. Mah 104 and Mah TH135, identified in the two MST22 isolates nine specific virulence factors of the mammalian cell entry ...

Strain- and Dose-Dependent Reduction of Toxoplasma gondii Burden in Pigs Is Associated with Interferon-Gamma Production by CD8(+) Lymphocytes in a Heterologous Challenge Model.

gondii strains and the corresponding virulence factors. These findings suggest the potential of the IPB-G strain to elicit a partially protective immune response and to reduce the parasite burden upon ...

Virulence and immunogenicity of genetically defined human and porcine isolates of M. avium subsp. hominissuis in an experimental mouse infection.

comparison with two well-studied M. avium subsp. hominissuis reference strains i.e. Mah 104 and Mah TH135, identified in the two MST22 isolates nine specific virulence factors of the mammalian cell entry ...

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

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Verpoest, Sara; Ann Brigitte Cay; Favoreel, Herman; Nick De Regge Source: J Virol, Volume 91, Issue 2 (2017) Keywords: Age factors Animals ...

Evolutionary History and Ongoing Transmission of Phylogenetic Sublineages of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Beijing Genotype in China.

observed in the studied collection demonstrate that large-scale (but not middle/small-scale) distance remains one of the decisive factors of the genetic divergence of M. tuberculosis populations. Analysis of ...

Impact of Age, Season, and Flowing vs. Stagnant Water Habitat on Avian Influenza Prevalence in Mute Swan (Cygnus olor) in Belgium.

(2016) Keywords: Animals Anseriformes Antibodies, Viral Belgium Ecosystem Female Influenza A Virus, H5N1 Subtype Influenza in Birds Male prevalence Seasons Seroepidemiologic Studies virulence Abstract: Due ...

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