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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.

hematogenous and neuronal pathways, but replication in the brain was mostly efficiently suppressed and associated with a type I IFN-independent activation of OAS1 expression. In the olfactory bulb and thalamus, ...

QuilA-Adjuvanted T. gondii Lysate Antigens Trigger Robust Antibody and IFNγ+ T Cell Responses in Pigs Leading to Reduction in Parasite DNA in Tissues Upon Challenge InfectionImage

vaccine induced the strongest immune response and reduced the parasite DNA load below the detection limit in brain and skeletal muscle tissue in most animals. These findings might inform the development of ...

Complete Coding Sequence of Usutu Virus Strain Gracula religiosa/U1609393/Belgium/2016 Obtained from the Brain Tissue of an Infected Captive Common Hill Myna (Gracula religiosa)

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Van Borm, Steven; Lambrecht, Benedicte; Vandenbussche, Frank; Steensels, Mieke Source: Genome Announcements, Volume 5, Issue 12 (2017) Health Topics:  Animal health Santé animale Diergezondheid M ...

Complete Coding Sequence of Usutu Virus Strain Gracula religiosa/U1609393/Belgium/2016 Obtained from the Brain Tissue of an Infected Captive Common Hill Myna (Gracula religiosa)

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Van Borm, Steven; Lambrecht, Benedicte; Vandenbussche, Frank; Steensels, Mieke Source: Genome Announcements, Volume 5, Issue 12 (2017) Health Topics:  Animal health Santé animale Diergezondheid M ...

Inhibition of MALT1 decreases neuroinflammation and pathogenicity of virulent rabies virus in mice.

gene expression and infiltration and activation of immune cells in brain. Specific deletion of in T cells also delayed disease development while deletion in myeloid cells, neuronal cells or NK cells had ...

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

inflammation and activation of T cells through MALT1 for controlling the virulence of an attenuated rabies virus in the brain. IMPORTANCE Rabies virus is a neurotropic virus which can infect any mammal. ...

Resurgence of Schmallenberg Virus in Belgium after 3 Years of Epidemiological Silence.

not been vaccinated against SBV. The autopsy of the eight-month-old malformed foetus revealed hydrocephalus, torticollis and arthrogryposis. Foetal brain tissue and blood were found to be SBV-positive ...

Impact of caspase-1/11,-3,-7, or IL-1/IL-18 deficiency on rabies virus-induced macrophage cell death and onset of disease.

either caspase-1 and-11 or-7 or both IL-1 and IL-18 led to general brain infection and lethal disease similar to wild-type mice. Deficiency of caspase-3, on the other hand, significantly delayed the onset ...

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