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Epidemiological and genetic characteristics of swine pseudorabies virus in mainland China between 2012 and 2017
Phylogenetic analysis based on gB, gC, and gE showed that PRV strains prevalent in China had a remarkably distinct evolutionary relationship with PRVs from other countries, which might explain the observation that Bartha-K61 vaccine was unable to provide full protection against emergent strains.
Evaluation of recombinant proteins of Haemophilus parasuis strain SH0165 as vaccine candidates in a mouse model.
A one-step RT-PCR assay to detect and discriminate porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome viruses in clinical specimens.
A direct real-time polymerase chain reaction assay for rapid high-throughput detection of highly pathogenic North American porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus in China without RNA…
- K. Kang, Keli Yang, D. Gou
- Biology, MedicineJournal of Animal Science and Biotechnology
- 2 October 2014
This is the first report to describe a real-time RT-PCR assay capable of detecting PRRSV in crude serum samples without the requirement for purifying RNA, and has a great potential for application to other RNA viruses.
Deletion of the znuA virulence factor attenuates Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae and confers protection against homologous or heterologous strain challenge.
Development of a multiplex PCR to detect and discriminate porcine circoviruses in clinical specimens
- Keli Yang, Zuwu Jiao, Danna Zhou, R. Guo, Z. Duan, Yong-xiang Tian
- MedicineBMC Infectious Diseases
- 5 September 2019
The multiplex PCR assay could be used as a differential diagnostic tool for monitoring and control of PCVs in the field and indicates that the PCVs infection and their co-infection are severe in Hubei province, Central China.
Tea polyphenols inhibit the growth and virulence of ETEC K88.
Effects of heavy metal pollution on microbial communities and activities of mining soils in Central Tibet, China
Results indicated that compared to the control, soils in Sites 1-4 were polluted by heavy metals, resulting in decrease in culturable number of bacteria, actinomyces, ammonifying bacteria, nitrobacteria and cellulolytic bacteria, and MBC contents, but increase in basal respiration and qCO 2 .