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Experimental infection of dogs with highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (H5N8)

Yuk SS, Lee DH, Park JK, Tseren-Ochir EO, Kwon JH, Noh JY, Song CS

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):381-384.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.381
During the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N8 virus outbreak in Korea, a dog in layer farm contaminated by H5N8 was reported seropositive for HPAI H5N8. To investigate the possibility...
Establishment of minimal positive-control conditions to ensure brain safety during rapid development of emergency vaccines

Baek H, Kim KH, Park MY, Kim K, Ko B, Seo HS, Kim BS, Hahn TW, Yi SS

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):371-379.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.371
With the increase in international human and material exchanges, contagious and infectious epidemics are occurring. One of the effective methods of epidemic inhibition is the rapid development and supply of...
Generation, characterization, and application in serodiagnosis of recombinant swine vesicular disease virus-like particles

Xu W, Goolia M, Salo T, Zhang Z, Yang M

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):361-370.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.361
Swine vesicular disease (SVD) is a highly contagious viral disease that causes vesicular disease in pigs. The importance of the disease is due to its indistinguishable clinical signs from those...
Chimeric rabies glycoprotein with a transmembrane domain and cytoplasmic tail from Newcastle disease virus fusion protein incorporates into the Newcastle disease virion at reduced levels

Yu GM, Zu SL, Zhou WW, Wang XJ, Shuai L, Wang XL, Ge JY, Bu ZG

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):351-359.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.351
Rabies remains an important worldwide health problem. Newcastle disease virus (NDV) was developed as a vaccine vector in animals by using a reverse genetics approach. Previously, our group generated a...
Potential biomarkers as an indicator of vertical transmission of Johne's disease in a Korean native cattle farm

Park HT, Park HE, Cho YI, Kim EH, Jung M, Shin SW, Lee SH, Kim DY, Yoo HS

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):343-349.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.343
Paratuberculosis (PTB) is caused by Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) and is one of the most widespread and economically important diseases in cattle. After birth, calves are raised with natural...
Molecular and genomic features of Mycobacterium bovis strain 1595 isolated from Korean cattle

Kim N, Jang Y, Kim JK, Ryoo S, Kwon KH, Kim M, Kang SS, Byeon HS, Lee HS, Lim YH, Kim JM

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):333-341.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.333
The aim of this study was to investigate the molecular characteristics and to conduct a comparative genomic analysis of Mycobacterium (M.) bovis strain 1595 isolated from a native Korean cow....
Immune responses in pigs and cattle vaccinated with half-volume foot-and-mouth disease vaccine

Park ME, You SH, Lee SY, Lee KN, Ko MK, Choi JH, Kim B, Lee JS, Park JH

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):323-331.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.323
With the current commercial foot-and-mouth disease vaccine, inoculating twice increases the formation of denatured meat due to granuloma or residual adjuvant at the injection site in pigs, resulting in economic...
Influence of vaccine potency and booster administration of foot-and-mouth disease vaccines on the antibody response in calves with maternal antibodies

Çokçalışkan C, Türkoğlu T, Uzunlu E, Sareyyüpoğlu B, Hancı I, İpek A, Arslan A, Babak A, İldeniz G, Gülyaz V

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):315-322.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.315
Foot-and-mouth disease is one of the most important viral diseases of cloven-hoofed animals. Mass vaccination is an effective method to control the disease and is frequently utilized in endemic regions....
Effect of the fourth nucleotide at the 3′ end of neuraminidase and matrix viral genomic RNA on the pathogenicity of influenza virus A/PR/8/34

Lee CY, Kwon HJ, Nguyen TT, Kim I, Jang HK, Kim JH

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):307-313.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.307
Twelve nucleotides located at the 3′ end of viral genomic RNA (vRNA) are conserved among influenza A viruses (IAV) and have a promoter function. Hoffmann's 8-plasmid reverse genetics vector system...
Optimized clade H5N1 recombinant-vaccine strains against highly pathogenic avian influenza

Jang JW, Lee CY, Kim IH, Choi JG, Lee YJ, Yuk SS, Lee JH, Song CS, Kim JH, Kwon HJ

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):299-306.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.299
A/Puerto Rico/8/34 (PR8)-derived recombinant viruses have been used for seasonal flu vaccines; however, they are insufficient for vaccines against some human-fatal H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) viruses (HPAIV) due...
Seroprevalence of three influenza A viruses (H1N1, H3N2, and H3N8) in pet dogs presented to a veterinary hospital in Ohio

Jang H, Jackson YK, Daniels JB, Ali A, Kang KI, Elaish M, Lee CW

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):291-298.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.291
The prevalence of canine H3N8 influenza and human H1N1 and H3N2 influenza in dogs in Ohio was estimated by conducting serologic tests on 1,082 canine serum samples. In addition, risk...
Development and trial of vaccines against Brucella

Lalsiamthara J, Lee JH

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):281-290.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.281
The search for ideal brucellosis vaccines remains active today. Currently, no licensed human or canine anti-brucellosis vaccines are available. In bovines, the most successful vaccine (S19) is only used in...
Evolution, global spread, and pathogenicity of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5Nx clade

Lee DH, Bertran K, Kwon JH, Swayne DE

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):269-280.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.269
Novel subtypes of Asian-origin (Goose/Guangdong lineage) H5 highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) viruses belonging to clade 2.3.4, such as H5N2, H5N5, H5N6, and H5N8, have been identified in China since...
Optimization of human, animal, and environmental health by using the One Health approach

Sleeman JM, DeLiberto , Nguyen N

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):263-268.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.263
Emerging diseases are increasing burdens on public health, negatively affecting the world economy, causing extinction of species, and disrupting ecological integrity. One Health recognizes that human, domestic animal, and wildlife...

Yoo HS, Ryu PD

  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2017 Aug;18(S1):261-262.
  • doi: 10.4142/jvs.2017.18.S1.261
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