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  • A Method for Direct Demonstration of

    After being washed in alcohol and mounted in Euparal the cells are examined for darkly stained granular material at the periphery. The characteristic granules granules Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details are the Mycoplasma organisms and can be readily distinguished from uninfected control cultures. Morag C. Timbury

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  • Efficacy of enteric‐coated tilmicosin granules in pigs ...

    infectious pleuropneumonia has caused huge economic losses to the pig industry (Zimmerman, Karriker, Ramirez, Schwartz, & Stevenson, 2012). Currently, pigs with infectious pleuropneumonia are mainly treated with antibiotics. Tilmicosin, 20–deoxo–20-(3,5-dimethylpiperidin-l-yl) desmycosin, a …

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  • Efficacy of enteric-coated tilmicosin granules in pigs ...

    Background: Porcine infectious pleuropneumonia caused by Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (App) is one of the most serious infectious diseases in pigs and has brought huge economic losses to the world pig industry. The aim of this trial was to evaluate the effect of enteric-coated tilmicosin granule in the treatment and control of artificial infection of App.

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  • Electron Micrographs made from L Forms of Proteus

    Some of the larger granules stained unevenly and appeared to consist of several smaller granules. Granules, less than 0.1µ. were seen in preparations from 3A type colonies. Colonies of organisms of the pleuropneumonia group of human origin also consisted of granules 0.2-1 µ in size, although in any particular culture the granules were more uniform in size than they were in a culture of the L-phase …

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  • Efficacy of enteric‐coated tilmicosin granules in pigs ...

    2019-10-7 · Porcine infectious pleuropneumonia caused by Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (App) is one of the most serious infectious diseases in pigs and has brought huge economic losses to the world pig industry. The aim of this trial was to evaluate the effect of enteric‐coated tilmicosin granule in the treatment and control of artificial infection of App.

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  • Efficacy of enteric‐coated tilmicosin granules in pigs ...

    2019-10-7 · To improve the palatability and efficacy of tilmicosin, we developed enteric‐coated tilmicosin granules. To provide evidence for clinical use of the enteric‐coated tilmicosin granules for treating infectious pleuropneumonia, the clinical efficacy in the treatment of swine artificially infected with App was evaluated in our laboratory.

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  • Fuchsinophile Granules in the Tissues of Mice infected ...

    These granules were found in liver cells liver cells Subject Category: Anatomical and Morphological Structures see more details, pancreatic acinar cells, myocardial and skeletal muscle skeletal muscle Subject Category: Anatomical and Morphological Structures see more details fibres, fetal fat cells, astrocytes, and the renal tubules. It appears unlikely that these structures represent a form of …

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  • Non-Specific Genital Infections. The Isolation of ...

    see more details, 2 to 10 microns in diameter, containing tiny granules. L organisms may grow as separate colonies or appear as vesicles interspersed with …

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  • China Antibiotics 500g 25% 50% Tylvalosin Tartrate

    Tylvalosin Tartrate Water Soluble Granules is a water-soluble granular powder for oral use by administration in the drinking water. For respiratory infection (swine pasteurellosis, porcine infectious pleuropneumonia, mycoplasmalpneumonia of swine, haemophilus parasuis), alimentary infection(porcine proliferative enteropathy, swine dysentery), sow postnatal infection(metritis, mammitis, agalactosis) …

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  • TYlOsIN TARTRATE TYLOSIN TARTRATE - Biovet

    2012-12-3 · Presentation: Powder or granules Category: Macrolide antibiotic Application: For veterinary use only For production of pharmaceutical products Quality: USP, Ph. Eur., BP (Vet.) CONTENT Not less than 850 IU/mg. PharmaCOlOgiCal aCTiON Tylosin is a macrolide antibiotic with a bacteriostatic effect against Gram-positive and some

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  • MICRO‐ORGANISMS OF THE PLEUROPNEUMONIA

    Summary The organisms of the pleuropneumonia group, PPO, AGO and PPLO, constitute a uniform class of microbes. They all grow in small colonies, which can easily be overlooked unless inspected microscopically. Their colony form, a dark central portion embedded in the agar medium and lighter peripheral zone, is characteristic. Their morphology is fundamentally simple. Small granular forms, of ...

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  • Fuchsinophile Granules in the Tissues of Mice infected ...

    The author, who has made an extensive study of the histological changes in experimental animals infected with Coxsackie virus, now reports the presence of minute cytoplasmic fuchsinophilic granules in the lesions in suckling mice produced by the Connecticut-5 strain of virus. These granules were found in liver cells, pancreatic acinar cells, myocardial and skeletal muscle fibres, fetal fat ...

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    Read the latest articles of Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics at ScienceDirect.com, Elsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature

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  • Evidence for the bacterial origin of Acholeplasma ...

    1985-7-1 · L-forms from a Corynebacterium were induced in hyperosmolar media and gradually adapted to normal osmolarity over a period of two years. During this adaptation several morphologic L-form variants derived from the L-form cultures and were serologically identified as Acholeplasma laidlawii A. The possibility that the bacterial and L-form cultures were contaminated with acholeplasmas was ...

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  • Immune mechanisms in infections of poultry -

    1987-5-1 · Immune mechanisms in diseases of poultry. Vet. Immunol & Immunopathol., 15: 87-113. Resistance to infectious agents may depend upon innate mechanisms or acquired immune responses. Inflammation, phagocytosis, cell-mediated immunity and antibodies are components of a complex reaction which result either in resistance or in susceptibility.

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  • Some, New Observations Bearing on the Nature of the ...

    One form of rat bite fever in man is caused by Streptobacillus moniliformis [see TROP. Dis. Bull., 1942, v. 39, 693.]. Cultures examined by an agar fixation technique show bacillary threads in close association with bodies resembling the causative organism of pleuropneumonia. Pure strains of the associated organism, known as L1, have been obtained but it has not been possible to obtain a pure...

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  • US Patent for Modified Polynucleotides for the

    The invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition including a plurality of lipid nanoparticles having a mean particle size of between 80 nm and 160 nm and containing an mRNA encoding a polypeptide. The lipid nanoparticles include a cationic lipid, a neutral lipid, a cholesterol, and a PEG lipid. The mRNA contains a 5′-cap, 5′-UTR, a 3′-UTR, and a poly-A region with at least 100 ...

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  • (PDF) Dr. Hamed Attia Summary of Important

    Dr. Hamed Attia Summary of Important Infectious Diseases for Field Veterinarians of Infections Diseases in Farm Animals. Mohammed Ibrahim. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper.

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  • MODIFIED POLYNUCLEOTIDES FOR THE

    The instant application is also related to co-pending applications, each filed concurrently with International Application No. PCT/US2013/030066 on Mar. 9, 2013 and having Attorney Docket Number M300.20, (PCT/U.S. Ser. No. 13/030,062) entitled Modified Polynucleotides for the Production of Biologics and Proteins Associated with Human Disease ...

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  • Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics |

    Read the latest articles of Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics at ScienceDirect.com, Elsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature

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  • L-form bacteria, chronic diseases and the origins of

    2016-11-5 · 2. History of L-form bacteria and possible role in infectious disease. In the light of the importance of the cell wall, it is surprising that many bacteria are apparently able to switch into a wall-deficient state called the L-form ().These cells were named in 1935 by Emmy Klieneberger [].She was attempting to isolate pleuropneumonia-like organisms (PLOs; now called mycoplasma) from the blood ...

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  • US Patent for Modified Polynucleotides for the

    The invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition including a plurality of lipid nanoparticles having a mean particle size of between 80 nm and 160 nm and containing an mRNA encoding a polypeptide. The lipid nanoparticles include a cationic lipid, a neutral lipid, a cholesterol, and a PEG lipid. The mRNA contains a 5′-cap, 5′-UTR, a 3′-UTR, and a poly-A region with at least 100 ...

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  • (PDF) Dr. Hamed Attia Summary of Important

    Dr. Hamed Attia Summary of Important Infectious Diseases for Field Veterinarians of Infections Diseases in Farm Animals. Mohammed Ibrahim. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper.

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  • Fluoroquinolones Antibiotics For Animal Water

    1. This medicine applies to various types of infectious diseases livestock, poultry and small animals of caused by sensitive bacteria and mycoplasma. 2. Diseases caused by streptococcus, E. coli intestinal toxemia (edema disease) salmonellosis, contagious pleuropneumonia, mycoplasma pneumonia, mastitis -. Metritis - agalactia syndrome. 3.

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  • MODIFIED POLYNUCLEOTIDES FOR THE

    The instant application is also related to co-pending applications, each filed concurrently with International Application No. PCT/US2013/030066 on Mar. 9, 2013 and having Attorney Docket Number M300.20, (PCT/U.S. Ser. No. 13/030,062) entitled Modified Polynucleotides for the Production of Biologics and Proteins Associated with Human Disease ...

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  • Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection induces a

    Induction of cathelin‐related antimicrobial peptide by Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection . To determine whether M. pneumoniae infection induces CRAMP production, CRAMP concentrations in BALF of M. pneumoniae‐infected mice were determined using a sandwich ELISA.As shown in Figure 2, CRAMP concentrations in BALF of M. pneumoniae‐infected mice were 20–25 ng/mL, whereas the …

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  • MODIFIED POLYNUCLEOTIDES FOR THE

    2014-1-9 · The instant application is also related to co-pending applications, each filed concurrently herewith on Mar. 9, 2013 and having Attorney Docket Number M300.20, (PCT/US13/_____) entitled Modified Polynucleotides for the Production of Biologics and Proteins Associated with Human Disease; Attorney Docket Number M304.20 (PCT/US13/_____), entitled ...

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  • Interleukin-6 - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Stephen D. Gaunt, in Veterinary Clinical Pathology Secrets, 2004 19 Describe the hematopoietic events that lead to production of neutrophils.. The marrow production of the granulocytic leukocytes and monocytes is linked to a common stem cell. The pluripotential stem cell proliferates in response to stem cell factor and interleukin-6 (IL-6), and differentiates to lineage-specific progenitor ...

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  • MODIFIED POLYNUCLEOTIDES FOR THE

    2015-3-26 · FIG. 6C shows protein production after transfection of modified mRNA fully modified with N1-methyl-pseudouridine (N1-methyl-Pseudo-U) and 5-methylcytosine (5mC). FIG. 7 is a histogram of VEGF protein production in HEK293 cells.

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  • L-form bacteria, chronic diseases and the origins of

    2016-11-5 · 2. History of L-form bacteria and possible role in infectious disease. In the light of the importance of the cell wall, it is surprising that many bacteria are apparently able to switch into a wall-deficient state called the L-form ().These cells were named in 1935 by Emmy Klieneberger [].She was attempting to isolate pleuropneumonia-like organisms (PLOs; now called mycoplasma) from the blood ...

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  • VT 13 - oepm.es

    2016-1-29 · granules for treating res-piratory bovine infectious rhinotracheitis and prepara- ... thereof for the production of a vaccine against hae-monchosis CN 103495138 A 20140108 ... tion for treating infectious pleuropneumonia of lives-tock and preparation tech-nology thereof US 2013309273 A1

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  • VIC GOP VIC Animal Health

    2020-3-19 · Granules Antibacterial granules manufactured by VIC Animal Health are produced according to the unique granule production technology. Alexanderwerk equipment is used in the production technology. The technology provides for forcedly supplying powder, its passing through zones of compression, trapping and pressing, it ensures

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  • Etiology and pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis and ...

    1972-3-1 · INFECTIOUS ETIOLOGY IN RA A generation or so ago RA was called chronic infectious arthritis and was re- garded as an infectious disease; thus the idea that RA is the result of an infection From the Rheumatology and Infectious Disease Units, Department of Medicine, College of Medicine, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. Supported in part by ...

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  • Diagnostic investigations of toxoplasmosis in four swine

    2018-2-2 · of an infectious etiology. The first diagnostic evaluations were performed to exclude the most frequent infectious dis-eases of swine, including hog cholera. Bacteriologic, viro-logic, and toxicologic investigations were negative. The his-tologic examination revealed protozoal microrganisms in the organs of animals from the 4 outbreaks.

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    It improves conversion rates and production efficiency versus control groups, as much as tylvalosin alone or associated to chlortetracycline.4 ... Atrophic rhinitis, pneumonia, swine pleuropneumonia. Glässer disease, infectious synovitis, necrotic and infectious enteritis of …

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    Sci-Hub ideas. We fight inequality in knowledge access across the world. The scientific knowledge should be available for every person regardless of their income, social status, geographical location and etc. Our mission is to remove any barrier which impeding the widest possible distribution of …

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  • NOAH Compendium | Vetmulin 450 mg/g Granules

    Water intake may be depressed during the administration of tiamulin in birds. It appears to be concentration-dependent with 500 mg tiamulin hydrogen fumarate (equivalent to 1.11 g of product) in 4 litres of water reducing intake by approximately 10% and 500 mg tiamulin hydrogen fumarate (equivalent to 1.11 g of product) in 2 litres of water by 15% in chickens.

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  • Veterinary immunology | Ian R. Tizard | download

    Immunology is broad and complex, and the educated veterinarian needs more than a superficial knowledge of the subject. One result of the vast increase in data, and a major change in this edition, is the recognition that the immune system is not simply the sum of a series of discrete signaling pathways.

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  • MODIFIED POLYNUCLEOTIDES FOR THE TREATMENT

    The resultant mmRNA construct is assayed for stability, protein production and other parameters including half-life at various time points. It has been discovered that the polyA-G quartet results in protein production equivalent to at least 75% of that seen using a poly …

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  • Modified Polynucleotides For The Production Of

    MODIFIED POLYNUCLEOTIDES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF BIOLOGICS AND PROTEINS ASSOCIATED WITH HUMAN DISEASE . ... As used herein, a 'vaccine' is a biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular disease or infectious agent. According to the present invention, one or more vaccines currently being marketed or in development may be encoded ...

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  • MODIFIED POLYNUCLEOTIDES FOR THE TREATMENT

    The resultant mmRNA construct is assayed for stability, protein production and other parameters including half-life at various time points. It has been discovered that the polyA-G quartet results in protein production equivalent to at least 75% of that seen using a poly …

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  • Folleto Comercial - Salud Animal | Veterinarios Productos ...

    It improves conversion rates and production efficiency versus control groups, as much as tylvalosin alone or associated to chlortetracycline.4 ... Atrophic rhinitis, pneumonia, swine pleuropneumonia. Glässer disease, infectious synovitis, necrotic and infectious enteritis of …

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  • One Test Microbial Diagnostic Microarray for ...

    2012-1-24 · The present study describes the use of microarray technology for rapid identification and differentiation of Mycoplasma mycoides subsp. mycoides from other mycoplasmas that may be pathogenic to ruminants, including those of the Mycoplasma mycoides cluster, genetically and antigenically strictly correlated with Mycoplasma mycoides subsp. mycoides. A microarray containing …

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  • Vaccines against Pathogens: A Review and Food For

    A producer for direct production of the monoclonal antibodies was introduced where splenic B cells from immunized animal was fused with malignant (immortal) plasma cells, forming a hybridoma. The B cell hybridoma, which is able to secret the desired antibody, then isolated from the other cells by reactivating it with the antigen of interest.

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  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION: IRREGULAR, NON ... -

    IRREGULAR, NON-SPORING, GRAM-POSITIVE RODS. A General Introduction has been added to each disease chapter in an attempt to give a brief updated overview of the taxonomic, biological and other characteristics of the virus family or group of bacteria /protozoa that cause disease in livestock and, where relevant, involve wildlife.

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  • Diagnostic challenges: Equine thoracic neoplasia -

    2011-10-9 · Differentiating a thoracic tumour from a number of infectious conditions of the thorax can be surprisingly difficult. The accompanying article (W. Lee et al., unpublished data) demonstrates a common dilemma for clinicians in differentiating neoplastic effusion from pleuropneumonia or a mediastinal abscess. Middle-aged and aged horses with solid ...

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  • Beneficial and Deleterious Effects of Neutrophil ...

    Many diseases of horses are associated with systemic or local inflammation that results in coagulopathies and thromboembolic complications. Inciting causes for these coagulopathies include strangulating small intestinal lesions, colitis, parasitic migration, and pleuropneumonia. 1-3 Thromboembolism manifests as jugular vein thrombosis, or in more serious cases as thrombosis of pulmonary ...

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  • Effects of Clopidogrel and Aspirin on Platelet

    Start studying MMG 563: Veterinary Pathogenic MicrobiologyInfections of the respiratory tract Pasteurellaceae I and II. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more …

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  • Modified Polynucleotides For The Production Of

    MODIFIED POLYNUCLEOTIDES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF BIOLOGICS AND PROTEINS ASSOCIATED WITH HUMAN DISEASE . ... As used herein, a 'vaccine' is a biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular disease or infectious agent. According to the present invention, one or more vaccines currently being marketed or in development may be encoded ...

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  • Degraded neutrophil extracellular traps promote the

    2019-9-10 · Furthermore, a severe clinical case of pleuropneumonia in gilts originating from a vaccinated A.pp-free breeding farm illustrates the impact of A.pp and S. suis co-infection on the health status ...

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  • Characterization of Effector and Memory T Cell

    2015-4-16 · Cultured IFN-γ ELISPOT assays are primarily a measure of central memory T cell (Tcm) responses with humans; however, this important subset of lymphocytes is poorly characterized in cattle. Vaccine-elicited cultured IFN-γ ELISPOT responses correlate with protection against bovine tuberculosis in cattle. However, whether this assay measures cattle Tcm responses or not is uncertain.

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  • Molecular Mechanisms of Mast Cell Activation by ...

    2021-6-23 · Production of TNF-α was blunted upon pharmacological depletion of protein kinase C by phorbol-12 myristate-13 acetate. Exposure to low, nontoxic concentrations of SLO also resulted in enhanced phosphorylation of stress-activated protein kinases p38 mitogen-activated protein (MAP) kinase and c-jun N-terminal kinase (JNK).

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  • L-form bacteria, chronic diseases and the origins of

    2016-11-1 · 2. History of L-form bacteria and possible role in infectious disease. In the light of the importance of the cell wall, it is surprising that many bacteria are apparently able to switch into a wall-deficient state called the L-form (figure 1).These cells were named in 1935 by Emmy Klieneberger [].She was attempting to isolate pleuropneumonia-like organisms (PLOs; now called mycoplasma) from ...

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    The occurrence of bacterial pathogens in the food chain has caused a severe impact on public health and welfare in both developing and developed countries. Moreover, the existence of antimicrobial-tolerant persisting morphotypes of these pathogens including both persister-cells as well as bacterial spores contributes to difficulty in elimination and in recurrent infection.

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    Characteristics of monera Monera (Monos – single) includes prokaryotes and shows the following characters : (1) They are typically unicellular organisms (but one group is mycelial). (2) The genetic material is naked circular DNA, not enclose by nuclear envelope. (3) Ribosomes and simple chromatophores are the only subcellular organelles in the cytoplasm. The ribosomes […] …

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    The resistance of field-raised swine to dysentery infection is increased by a sequence of parenteral and oral administrations. First there is parenterally administered to the swine an injectable cell concentrate containing a virulent isolate of killed cells of Treponema hyodysenteriae, and not less than five days after the animals have received the first of the parenteral injections, a series ...

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    paragallinarum [infectious coryza] Infectious Coryza • Transmission Inhalation and ingestion of contaminated feed and water • Clinical findings Conjunctivitis Oculonasal discharge Swelling of infraorbital sinus Facial edema Drop in egg production Genus Actinobacillus Actinobacillus species • Small, gram-negative rods or coccobacilli ...

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  • Further Progress in Venereology

    2016-10-13 · COUTTS WE, COUTTS WR. Treponema pallidum buds, granules, and cysts as found in human syphilitic chancres and seen in fixed unstained smears observed under dark-ground illumination. Am J Syph Gonorrhea Vener Dis. 1953 Jan; 37 (1):29–36. COUTTS WE, SILVA-INZUNA E, MORALES-SILVA G. Unstained slides for the diagnosis of certain treponematoses.

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  • CSIRO PUBLISHING | Animal Production Science

    2017-11-29 · This is the introductory paper for a Festschrift to honour the contribution that John Langtree Black has made so far to animal science over his 50-year career. The paper outlines the extraordinary wide range of topics, disciplines and animal species covered by his research and intellectual thinking. It describes major contributions made to enhancing knowledge in areas of animal science and to ...

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  • Degraded neutrophil extracellular traps promote the

    2019-9-10 · A.pp and BALF of A.pp-infected swine induce NETs, but A.pp grows efficiently in the presence of degraded NETs.. a Primary fresh blood-derived porcine neutrophils were isolated and treated with RPMI as negative control (RPMI, ctr), methyl-β-cyclodextrin (CD) as positive control, A.pp, BALF of uninfected or A.pp-infected pigs.After 3 h incubation at 37 °C and 5% CO 2 the cells were fixed.

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  • Folleto Comercial - Salud Animal | Veterinarios Productos ...

    microencapsulated granules of tiamulin. Tiamulin is a pleuromutilin derived semi-synthetic antibiotic, it possess bacteriostatic action. Its spectrum includes Gram-positive, some Gram-negative bacteria and mycoplasma. Combined with tetracyclines, has synergic action against primary or secundary respiratory and enteric pathogens.

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    US10519199B2 US16/324,827 US201716324827A US10519199B2 US 10519199 B2 US10519199 B2 US 10519199B2 US 201716324827 A US201716324827 A US 201716324827A US 10519199 B2 US10519199 B2 US 10519199B2 Authority US United States Prior art keywords vaccine mycoplasma swine recombinant protein infection Prior art date 2016-08-12 Legal status (The legal status is an …

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  • Pathogens | June 2019 - Browse Articles - MDPI

    Pathogens. , Volume 8, Issue 2 (June 2019) – 46 articles. Cover Story ( view full-size image ): A model of the interactions between emerging periodontal bacteria with neutrophils in the gingival tissue is presented. The putative periodontal pathogens Filifactor alocis and Peptoanaerobacter stomatis are both recognized by neutrophils through ...

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  • INFECTIOUS DISEASES | JAMA Internal Medicine |

    Abel, J. J.; Hampil, B.; Jonas, A. F., Jr., and Chalian, W.: Researches in Tetanus: VII. (1) The Time Required for the Fixation of a Fatal Quantity of Tetanus Toxin; (2) The Return Passage of Toxin by Way of the Lymphatic Capillaries to the Cardiovascular System; (3) The Return Passage as the Basis of a Method for the Approximate Determination of the Volume of Lymph in the Closed Lymphatic ...

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  • Vaccines for Veterinarians | Ian R. Tizard | download

    11.Production, Assessment and Regulation of Vaccines 12.Passive Immunization 13.Canine Vaccines 14.Feline Vaccines 15.Equine Vaccines 16.Bovine Vaccines 17.Sheep and Goat Vaccines 18.Porcine Vaccines 19.Poultry Vaccines 20.Vaccination of Exotic and Wild Species 21.Fish Vaccines 22.Vaccines Against Parasites 23.Anticancer Vaccines

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  • CSIRO PUBLISHING | Animal Production Science

    2017-11-29 · This is the introductory paper for a Festschrift to honour the contribution that John Langtree Black has made so far to animal science over his 50-year career. The paper outlines the extraordinary wide range of topics, disciplines and animal species covered by his research and intellectual thinking. It describes major contributions made to enhancing knowledge in areas of animal science and to ...

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  • Further Progress in Venereology

    2016-10-13 · COUTTS WE, COUTTS WR. Treponema pallidum buds, granules, and cysts as found in human syphilitic chancres and seen in fixed unstained smears observed under dark-ground illumination. Am J Syph Gonorrhea Vener Dis. 1953 Jan; 37 (1):29–36. COUTTS WE, SILVA-INZUNA E, MORALES-SILVA G. Unstained slides for the diagnosis of certain treponematoses.

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  • WO 2013/151736 A2 - In Vivo Production Of Proteins

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  • PATHOLOGY OF GUINEA PIGS, HAMSTERS and GERBILS

    2016-5-27 · with C. difficile, toxin production, and death. Even non‐treated animals in the same room may result in fatal typhlocolitis. 68 Liver Clostridium piliforme Multifocal to coalescing necrotizing hepatitis Epizootics of Tyzzer’ disease, primarily in weanlings, may occur following environmental changes.

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  • AASV Swine Information Library Catalog

    Genetic disposition for infectious arthritis in piglets Mate Zoric. Efficacy of probiotic Lactobacillus plantarum 22F, 25F and Pediococcus acidilactici 72N on growth performance in experimental piglets Pawiya Pupa. SuisSano: Monitoring antibiotic use and health parameters in Swiss pig production by electronic treatment and health registers

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  • Folleto Comercial - Salud Animal | Veterinarios Productos ...

    microencapsulated granules of tiamulin. Tiamulin is a pleuromutilin derived semi-synthetic antibiotic, it possess bacteriostatic action. Its spectrum includes Gram-positive, some Gram-negative bacteria and mycoplasma. Combined with tetracyclines, has synergic action against primary or secundary respiratory and enteric pathogens.

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    Information on EC 4.1.1.1 - pyruvate decarboxylase

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  • Corn-based vaccines: current status and prospects ...

    2017-3-27 · Corn is an attractive host for vaccine production and oral delivery. The present review provides the current outlook and perspectives for this field. Among seed-crops, corn represents a key source of biomass for food, fuel production, and other applications. Since the beginning of the development of plant-based vaccines, corn was explored for the production and delivery of vaccines.

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  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Miscellaneous

    Wagwer GP, Martin DH, Koutski L et al: Puerperal infectious morbidity: Relationship to route of delivery and to antepartum Chlamydia trachomatis infection. Am J Obstet Gynecol 138: 1008, 1980 : 29. Bowie W, Holmes KK: Chlamydia trachomatis. In Mandell GL, Douglas RG, Bennett JE (eds): Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases, pp. 1469–1470.

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    2021-6-28 · Fogging is an adjunct or supplement to normal cleaning and disinfection procedures and practices. Close room off, so fog is confined to room to be treated. Prepare a Virkon™ S at dilution of 1.0% to 2.0% in water (1:100 to 1:50). Apply at an application rate of 1 gallon per 430 ft 2 of floor space.

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  • Manual on meat inspection for developing countries

    48/144 high-probability publications. We are testing a new system for linking publications to authors. You can help! If you notice any inaccuracies, please sign in and mark papers as correct or incorrect matches. If you identify any major omissions or other inaccuracies in the publication list, please let us know.

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    The four rats in Groups C and D had EPG counts greater than 10, 000 EPG during days 7-21 after infection. Maximum EPG values in Group C were 85, 400 and 106, 600; those in Group D were 134, 000 and 346, 000. The two rats in Group E showed severe itching and …

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  • Journal of Veterinary Medical Science

    2008-2-15 · Kinetic Analysis of T Cells and Antibody Production in Chickens Infected with Marek's Disease Virus Hideaki YAMAMOTO, Masakazu HATTORI, Kazuhiko OHASHI, Chihiro SUGIMOTO, Misao ONUMA. Released: February 15, 2008. P945-946 Abstract; Full Text PDF[439K] + + ...

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    2021-7-16 · Infectious bronchitis (IB) is an acute, highly contagious viral disease of chickens characterized by respiratory signs (gasping, sneezing, coughing, and nasal discharge), severe renal disease associated with nephrotropic strains, and a marked decrease in egg production.

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    A slight degree of swelling is noticed in contagious pleuropneumonia of horse and cattle plague, anthrax and fowl diphtheria [19]. Capillary Refill Time (CRT): Capillary refill time (CRT) is defined as “time required for return of color after application of blanching pressure to a distal capillary bed [20-25].

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