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    • A Neospora caninum vaccine using recombinant proteins fails to prevent foetal infection in pregnant cattle after experimental intravenous challenge 

      Hecker, Yanina Paola; Cóceres, Verónica Mabel; Wilkowsky, Silvina Elizabeth; Jaramillo Ortiz, Jose Manuel; Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Verna, Andrea Elizabeth; Ganuza, Agustina; Cano, Dora Beatriz; Lischinsky, Lilian Haydee; Ángel, Sergio Oscar; Zamorano, Patricia Ines; Odeon, Anselmo Carlos; Leunda, Maria Rosa; Campero, Carlos Manuel; Morein, Bror; Moore, Prando Dadin (Elsevier, 2014-12-15)
      The aim of the present study was to evaluate the immunogenicity and protective efficacy of rNcSAG1, rNcHSP20 and rNcGRA7 recombinant proteins formulated with immune stimulating complexes (ISCOMs) in pregnant heifers against ...
    • Experimental inoculation of Neospora caninum in pregnant water buffalo 

      Konrad, Jose Luis; Moore, Prando Dadin; Crudeli, Gustavo Angel; Caspe, Sergio Gaston; Cano, Dora Beatriz; Leunda, Maria Rosa; Lischinsky, Lilian Haydee; Regidor-Cerrillo, Javier; Odeon, Anselmo Carlos; Ortega-Mora, Luis M.; Echaide, Ignacio Eduardo; Campero, Carlos Manuel (Elsevier, 2012-06-08)
      The aim of this study was to characterize the pathogenesis of Neospora caninum in experimentally inoculated pregnant water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis). Twelve Mediterranean female water buffaloes ranging in age from 4 to 14 ...
    • First report of congenital Neospora caninum encephalomyelitis in two newborn calves in the Argentinean Pampas 

      Micheloud, Juan Francisco; Moore, Prando Dadin; Canal, Ana María; Lischinsky, Lilian Haydee; Hecker, Yanina Paola; Canton, German Jose; Odriozola, Ernesto Raul; Odeon, Anselmo Carlos; Campero, Carlos Manuel (2015)
      Bovine neosporosis is a parasitic disease of major concern in cattle industry worldwide. Although abortion is the more frequent clinical presentation, sporadic congenital clinical bovine neosporosis has been scarcely ...
    • Neospora caninum NC-6 Argentina induces fetopathy in both serologically positive and negative experimentally inoculated pregnant dams 

      Bacigalupe, Diana; Basso, W.; Caspe, Sergio Gaston; More, Gastón; Lischinsky, Lilian Haydee; Gos, M.L.; Leunda, Maria Rosa; Campero, Lucía María; Moore, Prando Dadin; Schares, Gereon; Campero, Carlos Manuel; Venturini, María C. (2013-07)
      Neospora caninum infection is a major cause of abortion in cattle. The objectives of this study were to genetically characterize the N. caninum NC-6 Argentina isolate using a multilocus microsatellite analysis approach and ...