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Seasonal activity and tick-borne pathogen infection rates of Ixodes ricinus ticks in Hungary.
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Investigation of the seasonal timing of questing by I. ricinus and the infection rate of this tick species with all major tick-borne zoonotic pathogens in Hungary found that most newly emerged ticks delayed their questing until the following spring. Expand
Bovine Kobuvirus in Europe
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Aichi virus and bovine kobuvirus were first isolated in Japan and have been also detected in other countries in Asia, Europe, South America, and northern Africa. Expand
Studies of in vivo distribution of bovine herpesvirus type 4 in the natural host
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Amplification of DNA from blood lymphocytes through postinoculation (p.i.) day 48 proved that the virus started to replicate in these cells immediately after inoculation of the calves and that intensive virus growth took place during the 7 to 8 weeks of the infection. Expand
Kobuvirus in Domestic Sheep, Hungary
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The kobuvirus genome in sheep was determined by using the 5′/3′ RACE (rapid amplification of cDNA ends) kit, 2nd generation (Roche Diagnostics GmbH, Mannheim, Germany) and primers were designed for Aichi virus. Expand
Molecular evidence of Rickettsia helvetica and R. monacensis infections in Ixodes ricinus from Hungary
The genus Rickettsia consists of strictly intracellular bacteria that fall into one of three groups: the typhus group, the scrubtyphus group, or the spotted-fever group. Some European ticks are knowExpand
PCR DETECTION OF BOVINE HERPESVIRUSES FROM NONBOVINE RUMINANTS IN HUNGARY
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was used to test six different nonbovine ruminant species for five bovine herpesviruses including infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus (BoHV-1), bovine herpesExpand
Cultivable internal bacterial flora of ticks isolated in Hungary
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The work showed, that internal bacterial community of ticks is diverse, novel strains were isolated several with medical importance, some bacteria multiplicate inside ticks, and that ticks continuously take up bacteria from the environment. Expand
Rickettsiae of the spotted-fever group in ixodid ticks from Hungary: identification of a new genotype ('Candidatus Rickettsia kotlanii').
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Three common European 'anthrophilic' ticks, Ixodes ricinus, Haemaphysalis concinna and Dermacentor reticulatus, were collected in Hungary and tested, in assays based on nested PCR, for rickettsiae of the spotted-fever group, raising the possibility that ricksettsiae other than Rickettsia slovaca are involved in human disease in Hungary. Expand
Molecular detection of novel astroviruses in wild and laboratory mice
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The sequence of a 3,263 bp genome segment including the partial ORF1b (RdRp), complete ORF2 (capsid precursor), and 3′ NTR of a research mouse astrovirus strain (TF18LM) was determined, indicating that AstVs described in this study represent a novel Mamastrovirus species. Expand
Detection of genotype 1 and 2 bovine noroviruses in Hungary
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Norwalk and Sapporo viruses are prototype strains of the Norovirus and Sapovirus, respectively. Expand
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