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  1. Early immune response following Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica serovar Typhimurium infection in porcine jejunal gut loops.

    Veterinary Research 40(1):5 (2009) PMID 18922229 PMCID PMC2695014

    We used an in vivo gut loop model, which allows the analysis of multiple immune responses within the same animal. Four jejunal gut-loops were each inoculated with 3 x 10(8) cfu of S. Typhimurium in 3 one-month-old piglets and mRNA expressions of various cytokines, chemokines, transcription factors,...
  2. A comparison of the active surveillance of scrapie in the European Union.

    Veterinary Research 39(3):37 (2008) PMID 18307969

    We assessed the standardisation of the surveys throughout time across the EU and identified clusters of countries with similar underlying characteristics allowing comparisons between them. In the absence of sufficient covariate information to explain the observed variability across countries, we mod...
  3. In vitro pre-exposure of Haemonchus contortus L3 to blood eosinophils reduces their establishment potential in sheep.

    Veterinary Research 38(4):647 (2007) PMID 17682295

    We were compelled to evaluate the effects of other blood cells contaminating our eosinophil-enriched suspensions. Although eosinophils and neutrophils were the only cells found adherent to H. contortus infective larvae in vitro, induced eosinophils in the presence of immune serum were primarily resp...
  4. Effect of subacute oral doses of nivalenol on immune and metabolic defence systems in mice.

    Veterinary Research 38(4):635 (2007) PMID 17565910

    We tested the effects of a large array of oral doses of this toxin for responses on plasma biochemistry, the immune system and hepatic drug metabolism in mice. C57Bl6 mice received oral doses of toxin (0.014, 0.071, 0.355, 1.774 or 8.87 mg/kg bw) 3 days a week for 4 weeks. Only the highest dose of N...
  5. Myxoma virus in the European rabbit: interactions between the virus and its susceptible host.

    Veterinary Research 38(2):299 (2007) PMID 17296158

    Myxoma virus (MV) is a poxvirus that evolved in Sylvilagus lagomorphs, and is the causative agent of myxomatosis in European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus). This virus is not a natural pathogen of O. cuniculus, yet is able to subvert the host rabbit immune system defenses and cause a highly lethal...
  6. Assessment of diagnostic tools for eradication of bovine tuberculosis in cattle co-infected with Mycobacterium bovis and M. avium subsp. par...

    Veterinary Research 37(4):593 (2006) PMID 16701065

    The intradermal tuberculin (IDTB) test and the interferon-gamma (IFN-gamma) assay are used worldwide for detection of bovine tuberculosis in cattle, but little is known about the effect of co-infecting agents on the performance of these diagnostic tests. This report describes a field trial conducted...
  7. Genetic evolution of canine coronavirus and recent advances in prophylaxis.

    Veterinary Research 37(2):191 (2006) PMID 16472519

    Since the first identification of the virus in 1971, the disease caused by canine coronavirus (CCoV) has not been adequately investigated and the role that the virus plays in canine enteric illness has still not been well established. In the last decade, as a consequence of the relatively high mutat...
  8. Campylobacter.

    Veterinary Research 36(3):351 (2005) PMID 15845230

    Species within the genus, Campylobacter, have emerged over the last three decades as significant clinical pathogens, particularly of human public health concern, where the majority of acute bacterial enteritis in the Western world is due to these organisms. Of particular concern are the species, C....
  9. Epidemiology of bovine tick-borne diseases in southern Italy.

    Veterinary Research 33(4):421 (2002) PMID 12199369

    This investigation was carried out in an area covering part of three southern Italian regions: Campania, Basilicata and Apulia. Eighty-one farms were involved using the formula suggested by Thrusfield; they were equally distributed over the area which was subdivided into 81 geo-referenced sub-areas....
  10. [Detection of Cryptosporidium oocysts in goat kid faeces: comparison of a latex agglutination test with three other conventional techniques]...

    Veterinary Research 33(2):169 (2002) PMID 11949641

    Detection of Cryptosporidium oocysts from goat kid faeces: comparison of a latex agglutination test with three other conventional techniques. A quantitative latex agglutination test (QLAT) with monoclonal antibodies for the detection of Cryptosporidium oocysts in faeces was compared with 3 other con...