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Immunogenicity and Linked Recognition of
Like several other bacterial pathogens,
Factors involved in the proliferation of blaCMY-2 plasmid-bearing Escherichia coli in cattle
Third-generation cephalosporins are a crucial component of the antibiotic arsenal for human and veterinary medicine. Resistance to third-generation cephalosporins is often conveyed by blaCMY-2 plasmids. The prevalence of ...
Growth of Mannheimia haemolytica:Inhibitory agents and putative mechanism of inhibition
Pneumonia is the most important disease of bighorn sheep (BHS). Pathogens detected in pneumonic BHS lungs include Mannheimia haemolytica, Bibersteinia trehalosi, Pasteurella multocida and Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae. Although ...
COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEMS OF TWO OVINE SPECIES (OVIS ARIES AND OVIS CANADENSIS)
Chapter 1 describes the economic and ecologic significance of respiratory disease in domestic sheep (DS; Ovis aries) and bighorn sheep (BHS; Ovis canadensis) and the need for interspecies comparative immune analyses. In ...
IMMUNIZATION STRATEGIES FOR THE CONTROL OF MANNHEIMIA HAEMOLYTICA PNEUMONIA IN BIGHORN SHEEP
Mannheimia haemolytica is an important pathogen of pneumonia in bighorn sheep (BHS, Ovis canadensis). Leukotoxin is the critical virulence factor of this bacterium. In an earlier study, an experimental vaccine containing ...
ELUCIDATING MECHANISMS FOR PERSISTENT INFECTION BY THE RELAPSING FEVER SPIROCHETE BORRELIA HERMSII
Relapsing fever is a tick-borne bacterial disease caused by a number of species in the genus Borrelia. Persistence is a key component of the lifecycle of relapsing fever Borrelia as it improves the chance for tick acquisition ...
STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ANAPLASMA MARGINALE ANTIGENICALLY VARIANT MSP2 PROTEIN
Antigenic variation allows pathogens to escape host immune responses and establish persistent infection. Anaplasma marginale uses gene conversion from a genomic allelic repertoire to generate msp2 expression site variants. ...