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Molecular and antigenic characteristics of Newcastle disease virus isolates from domestic ducks in China.
Differential modulation of avian β-defensin and Toll-like receptor expression in chickens infected with infectious bronchitis virus
- Yang Xu, Tingting Zhang, Shengwang Liu
- Biology, MedicineApplied Microbiology and Biotechnology
- 4 July 2015
The result suggested that compared with the P110 strain, the P3 strain induced a more pronounced host innate immune response, which contributes to the proposal that IBV infection induces an increase in the messenger RNA (mRNA) expression of some AvBDs and TLRs, which suggests thatAvBDs may play significant roles in the resistance of chickens to IBV replication.
Molecular and antigenic characteristics of Massachusetts genotype infectious bronchitis coronavirus in China
Evidence of VP1 of duck hepatitis A type 1 virus as a target of neutralizing antibodies and involving receptor-binding activity.
Genetic, antigenic, and pathogenic characteristics of Newcastle disease viruses isolated from geese in China
- Qianqian Xu, Junfeng Sun, Shengwang Liu
- Biology, MedicineJournal of veterinary diagnostic investigation…
- 26 May 2017
NDVs that were isolated from geese did not differ in genetic, serologic, and pathogenic characteristics from those isolated from chickens, indicating that these NDVs were derived from chicken NDVs.
Serotype shift of a 793/B genotype infectious bronchitis coronavirus by natural recombination
Identification of a Conserved B-Cell Epitope on Duck Hepatitis A Type 1 Virus VP1 Protein
LPAPTS was identified as a VP1-specific linear B-cell epitope recognized by the neutralizing mAb 2D10, which has potential applications in the development of diagnostic techniques and epitope-based marker vaccines against DHAV-1.
Serotype, antigenicity, and pathogenicity of a naturally recombinant TW I genotype infectious bronchitis coronavirus in China
Development and evaluation of a VP1-ELISA for detection of antibodies to duck hepatitis type 1 virus.
Infection of Goose with Genotype VIId Newcastle Disease Virus of Goose Origin Elicits Strong Immune Responses at Early Stage
It is demonstrated that NDV infection induces strong innate immune responses and intense inflammatory responses at early stage in goose which may associate with the viral pathogenesis.