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The different effector function capabilities of the seven equine IgG subclasses have implications for vaccine strategies
Lewis MJ, et al.
Molecular Immunology, 45(3), 818-827 (2008)
Line P Lauridsen et al.
Journal of proteomics, 150, 98-108 (2016-10-25)
A toxicovenomic analysis of the venom of the forest cobra, N. melanoleuca, was performed, revealing the presence of a total of 52 proteins by proteomics analysis. The most abundant proteins belong to the three-finger toxins (3FTx) (57.1wt%), which includes post-synaptically
Bjorn-Patrick Mohl et al.
Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP, 16(11), 1990-2005 (2017-08-31)
Bluetongue virus (BTV) causes infections in wild and domesticated ruminants with high morbidity and mortality and is responsible for significant economic losses in both developing and developed countries. BTV serves as a model for the study of other members of
Henrik Chart et al.
Journal of medical microbiology, 56(Pt 9), 1161-1166 (2007-09-01)
The aim of this study was to evaluate an immunoassay for the detection of human serum antibodies to the LPS and flagellar antigens of Salmonella Typhi and Salmonella Paratyphi A, B and C, and to the Vi capsular polysaccharide of
D Tortorella et al.
The Journal of biological chemistry, 270(46), 27439-27445 (1995-11-17)
Diphtheria toxin is a bacterial protein that undergoes a physiologically critical conformational change at low pH. This change involves a partial unfolding event forming a molten globule-like structure, which exposes hydrophobic regions and which allows the toxin to insert into
Usefulness of a commercial equine IgG test and serum protein concentration as indicators of failure of transfer of passive immunity in hospitalized foals
Metzger N, et al.
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 20(2), 382-387 (2006)
Melanie J Lewis et al.
Molecular immunology, 45(3), 818-827 (2007-08-03)
Recombinant versions of the seven equine IgG subclasses were expressed in CHO cells. All assembled into intact immunoglobulins stabilised by disulphide bridges, although, reminiscent of human IgG4, a small proportion of equine IgG4 and IgG7 were held together by non-covalent
Successful post-exposure prophylaxis of Ebola infected non-human primates using Ebola glycoprotein-specific equine IgG
Pyankov OV, et al.
Scientific Reports, 7(3), 41537-41537 (2017)
Sonia Carmen Lopo Costa et al.
Parasites & vectors, 14(1), 275-275 (2021-05-24)
Currently, various zoonotic diseases are classified as emerging or reemerging. Because equids have a direct relationship with various vectors, they are possibly more frequently exposed to zoonotic agents than are humans. The undeniable importance of diseases such as human granulocytic
Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii and Trichinella spiralis in Horses in Xinjiang, Northwestern China
Xing H, et al.
Journal of equine veterinary science, 60, 11-15 (2018)
Marc K Kouam et al.
Veterinary parasitology, 170(1-2), 170-175 (2010-03-04)
The role of horses in the transmission of parasitic zoonoses either as a source of infection to vectors or through contamination of definitive hosts is gaining importance worldwide. For this reason sera from 773 equids including 753 horses, 13 mules
Line P Lauridsen et al.
Journal of proteomics, 136, 248-261 (2016-02-16)
A toxicovenomic study was performed on the venom of the green mamba, Dendroaspis angusticeps. Forty-two different proteins were identified in the venom of D. angusticeps, in addition to the nucleoside adenosine. The most abundant proteins belong to the three-finger toxin
Andreas H Laustsen et al.
Toxicon : official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 107(Pt B), 187-196 (2015-07-15)
Four specimens of the olive sea snake, Aipysurus laevis, were collected off the coast of Western Australia, and the venom proteome was characterized and quantitatively estimated by RP-HPLC, SDS-PAGE, and MALDI-TOF-TOF analyses. A. laevis venom is remarkably simple and consists
Noah D Cohen et al.
PloS one, 15(10), e0240479-e0240479 (2020-10-16)
Strangles is a common disease of horses with worldwide distribution caused by the bacterium Streptococcus equi subspecies equi (SEE). Although vaccines against strangles are available commercially, these products have limitations in safety and efficacy. The microbial surface antigen β 1→6
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