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Molecular characterization of two acetylcholinesterase genes from the oriental tobacco budworm, Helicoverpa assulta (Guenée).
Cloned cDNAs encoding two ace genes, designated as Ha-ACE1 and Ha-ace2 by a combined degenerate PCR and RACE strategy from adult heads of the oriental tobacco budworm, Helicoverpa assulta, demonstrated that two Ha-AChEs were expressed in vivo. Expand
Whole-blood gene-expression profiles of cows infected with Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis reveal changes in immune response and lipid metabolism.
The data indicate a balanced response that serves the immune-limiting mechanism while the host-defense responses are progressing, and the major gene networks and pathways underlying the immune response to MAP infection using whole-blood cells are determined. Expand
Anti-inflammatory activity of Camellia japonica oil.
Results indicate that CJ oil exerts anti-inflammatory effects by downregulating the expression of iNOS and COX-2 genes through inhibition of NF-κB and AP-1 signaling. Expand
Anti-inflammatory effects of Zea mays L. husk extracts
The results indicate that ZMHE has anti-inflammatory effects by downregulating the expression of iNOS gene and its downregulation is mediated by inhibiting NF-kB and AP-1 signaling. Expand
In vivo induction of mucosal immune responses by intranasal administration of chitosan microspheres containing Bordetella bronchiseptica DNT.
Results suggested that direct vaccination via the nasal cavity was effective for targeting nasal-associated lymphoid tissues, and that CMs were an efficient adjuvant in nasal mucosal immunity for atrophic rhinitis vaccine. Expand
Plasmid Typing and Resistance Profiling of Escherichia fergusonii and Other Enterobacteriaceae Isolates from South Korean Farm Animals
The presence of broad-host-range plasmid replicons such as IncN, IncA/C, IncHI1, and IncHI2 that are associated with important virulence genes and toxins as well as antimicrobial resistance determinants indicates that E. fergusonii has the potential to become an important pig pathogen and possible emerging opportunistic zoonotic pathogen. Expand
Generation and envelope protein analysis of internalization defective Brucella abortus mutants in professional phagocytes, RAW 264.7.
Results suggest OMP25 is not an essential factor, but might be involved in host cellular internalization, as well as pleiotropic effects of ccmC gene and BruAb2_0168 locus, which are associated to expression of OMP 25, OMP28 and Porin2b. Expand
Effect of bacteriophage in enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) infected pigs.
  • S. Cha, A. Yoo, +5 authors H. Yoo
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of veterinary medical science
  • 21 March 2012
Pigs of phage treated groups C and D showed more resistance to diarrhea due to ETEC infection compared to positive control group B on the third day after the initial challenge, suggesting the possibility of using CJ12 as a feed additive. Expand
Antimicrobial resistance, virulence genes and PFGE-profiling of Escherichia coli isolates from South Korean cattle farms
The gastroinstestinal flora of cattle could be a significant reservoir of diverse virulence and antimicrobial resistance determinants, which is potentially hazardous to public health. Expand
Anti-Salmonella Activity of Lemongrass Oil Alone and in Combination with Antibiotics
A combination of streptomycin and lemongrass oil or its main component, citral, may be useful for reducing the minimum effective dose of antibiotic required for the treatment of resistant S. typhimurium infections. Expand