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Bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) is a pathogen found worldwide in calves. It can cause significant economic losses in agriculture. Many BVDV strains have been isolated in China. However, the pathogenesis and complete gene characteristics of BVDV isolate have yet not been reported in China. Here, a BVDV isolate was isolated and its pathogenesis and(More)
Staphylococcus aureus is a common Gram-positive pathogen that causes bovine mastitis, a persistent infection of the bovine mammary gland. To better understand the importance of bovine mammary fibroblasts (BMFBs) and the roles of the TLR-NF-κB and TLR-AP-1 signaling pathways in the regulation of S. aureus-associated mastitis and mammary fibosis, BMFBs(More)
OBJECTIVE: To study the effects of two epiphyseal stimulating procedures on local growth of long bone in rabbits. METHODS: Osteotomy was performed in the metaphysis near the proximal tibial epiphyseal plate and hemicircumferential periosteal excision was made on the proximal tibial epiphysis. Tibia roentgenography, tetracycline labelling, histological(More)
Newcastle disease virus (NDV) cause a highly contagious and economically loss in poultry. The amino acid sequence at the protease cleavage site of the fusion (F) protein has been postulated as a major determinant of NDV virulence. In this study, we have examined the role of F protein cleavage site sequence in NDV virulence by use reverse genetics(More)
OBJECTIVE The hemagglutinin-neuraminidase (HN) and fusion protein of Newcastle disease virus (NDV) plays a crucial role in the process of budding and infection. To understand the exact contribution of the HN gene to NDV pathogenecity, a reverse genetics system was developed using the lentogenic NDV LaSota strain . METHODS the HN genes of an avirulent(More)
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