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Members of the family Rhabdoviridae are single-stranded RNA viruses and globally important pathogens of wild and cultured fish and thus relatively well studied in their respective hosts or other model systems. Here, we review the protective immune mechanisms that fish mount in response to rhabdovirus infections. Teleost fish possess the principal components of innate and adaptive immunity found in other vertebrates. Neutralizing antibodies are critical for long-term protection from fish rhabdoviruses, but several studies also indicate a role for cell-mediated immunity. Survival of acute rhabdoviral infection is also dependent on innate immunity, particularly the interferon (IFN) system that is rapidly induced in...
Biomechanical properties of the gastrocnemius tendon in broilers experimentally infected with avian reovirus
Cytoskeletal organization, vinculin-phosphorylation, and fibronectin expression in transformed fibroblasts with different cell morphologies.
Sequences near the 5' long terminal repeat of avian leukosis viruses determine the ability to induce osteopetrosis.
Assessing potential health risks from viruses and parasites in reclaimed water in Arizona and Florida, USA
Production of reovirus type-1 and type-3 from vero cells grown on solid and macroporous microcarriers
Presumptive diagnosis of subclinical infections utilizing computer-assisted analysis of sequential enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays against multiple antigens.
Bionomics of Culex tarsalis (Diptera: Culicidae) in relation to arbovirus transmission in southeastern California