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Dual-subtype FIV vaccine protects cats against in vivo swarms of both homologous and heterologous subtype FIV isolates
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Dual-subtype vaccinated cats developed broad-spectrum humoral and cellular immunity which protected cats against in vivo-derived inocula of homologous and heterologous FIV subtypes, suggesting an increase in cytotoxic cell activities against AIDS viruses.
Feline immunodeficiency virus model for designing HIV/AIDS vaccines.
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Findings from these studies are being used to define the prophylactic epitopes needed for an HIV-1 vaccine for humans.
Advances in FIV vaccine technology.
A tortoise-infecting picornavirus expands the host range of the family Picornaviridae
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Tortoise rafivirus A represents a potential new genus in the family Picornaviridae, for which the name “Rafiv virus” is proposed, and confirms the susceptibility of reptiles to picornavirus.
HIV-1 p24 vaccine protects cats against feline immunodeficiency virus infection
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The results suggest the importance of including lentiviral p24 as vaccine immunogen for human AIDS vaccine and suggest the potential importance of evolutionarily conserved, cross-protective epitopes in vaccine protection.
Proteomic analysis of equine amniotic membrane: characterization of proteins.
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A reference map for equine AM proteins is described that may provide a background to explain the positive results found in horses with ulcerative keratopathies using this biomaterial.
Equine deep stromal abscesses (51 cases - 2004-2009)--Part 2: the histopathology and immunohistochemical aspect with attention to the histopathologic diagnosis, vascular response, and infectious
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Abnormally decreased VEGF-A expression is suggested as the reason for the slow vascularization and delayed resolution of fungal DSA, whereas PEDF and IL-ra did not seem to have any influence on the vascularization process.
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