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    • A barnavirus sequence mined from a transcriptome of the Antarctic pearlwort Colobanthus quitensis 

      Nibert, Max L.; Manny, Austin R.; Debat, Humberto Julio; Firth, Andrew E.; Bertini, Laura; Caruso, Carla (2018-03)
      Because so few viruses in the family Barnaviridae have been reported, we searched for more of them in public sequence databases. Here, we report the complete coding sequence of Colobanthus quitensis associated barnavirus ...
    • A candidate gene survey of quantitative trait loci affecting chemical composition in tomato fruit 

      Bermúdez, Luisa; Urias, Ursula; Milstein, D.; Kamenetzky, Laura; Asís, Ramón; Fernie, Alisdair R.; Van Sluys, M.A.; Carrari, Fernando; Rossi, Magdalena (Society for Experimental Biology, 2008-07)
      In tomato, numerous wild-related species have been demonstrated to be untapped sources of valuable genetic variability, including pathogen-resistance genes, nutritional, and industrial quality traits. From a collection of ...
    • A case study of strategies for fostering international, interdisciplinary research 

      Halvorsen, Kathleen E.; Knowlton, Jessie L.; Mayer, A.S.; Phifer, Colin C.; Martins de Souza, Tatiana; Pischke, Erin C.; Propato, Tamara Sofía; Cavigliasso, Pablo; García, C.; Chiappe, Marta; Eastmond, Amarella; Licata, Julián Andrés; Kuhlberg, Mark; Medeiros, R.; Picasso Risso, Valentin; Mendez, G.; Primo, P.; Frado, A.; Veron, Santiago Ramón; Dunn, J.L. (2016-06)
      Bringing together and successfully managing a highly interdisciplinary (ID) research team of socioeconomic, biophysical, and engineering scientists is highly challenging, particularly when that team includes 20 scientists ...
    • A comparative life cycle assessment of the sugarcane value chain in the province of Tucumán (Argentina) considering different technology levels 

      Nishihara Hun, Andrea Lorena; Mele, Fernando Daniel; Perez, Gonzalo Antonio (Springer, 2017)
      Purpose: The purpose of this work is to quantify the environmental impact of the sugarcane industry in Tucumán (Argentina) through the life cycle analysis (LCA). The distinctive feature is the consideration of different ...
    • A comparative study of culture methods and PCR assay for Salmonella detection in poultry drinking water 

      Soria, Maria Cecilia; Soria, Mario; Bueno, Dante Javier (Oxford Academic Press, 2013-01)
      The present work compared 2 culture methods and PCR assays for motile and nonmotile Salmonella detection using artificially contaminated poultry drinking water. The specificity was 1 for all methods studied. The accuracy ...
    • A comparative study of culture methods and polymerase chain reaction assay for Salmonella detection in poultry feed 

      Soria, Maria Cecilia; Soria, Mario; Bueno, Dante Javier; Colazo, Jose (Oxford Academic Press, 2011-11)
      The present work compared 2 culture methods and PCR assay for the detection of motile and non-motile Salmonella strains using artificially contaminated poultry feed. The specificity was 1 in all methods. The accuracy and ...
    • A comparative study of culture methods and polymerase chain reaction for Salmonella detection in egg content 

      Soria, Mario; Soria, Maria Cecilia; Bueno, Dante Javier (Oxford Academic Press, 2012-10)
      The present work compared 2 culture methods and a PCR assay applied with 2 enrichment methods for the detection of motile and nonmotile Salmonella strains using artificially contaminated egg content. The specificity (Sp) ...
    • A comparison of five methods to assess embolism resistance in trees 

      Sergent, Anne Sophie; Varela, Santiago Agustin; Barigah, T.S.; Badel, E.; Cochard, H.; Dalla Salda, Guillermina; Delzon, S.; Fernandez, María Elena; Guillemont, J.; Gyenge, Javier; Lamarque, L.J.; Martinez Meier, Alejandro; Rozenberg, P.; Torres Ruiz, J.M; Martin St Paul, N.K. (Elsevier, 2020-04)
      Vulnerability to drought-induced embolism is a key trait that shapes drought resistance and that could be increasingly used to design climate-smart forest management guidelines and to anticipate the outcome of climate ...
    • A computational study of the interaction of the foot and mouth disease virus VP1 with monoclonal antibodies 

      Marrero Diaz De Villegas, Rubén; Rodríguez Limardo, Ramiro; Carrillo, Elisa Cristina; Konig, Guido Alberto; Turjanski, Adrián G. (Elsevier, 2015-10)
      Foot and mouth disease is caused by a non-enveloped virus (FMDV), which disposes several antigenic sites at the surface of their capsid proteins. The most relevant and immunodominant antigenic site of FMDV (site A or AnSA) ...
    • A contribution of beef to human health : a review of the role of the animal production systems 

      Pighin, Darí­o Gabriel; Pordomingo, Anibal; Pazos, Adriana Alejandra; Grigioni, Gabriela Maria; Godoy, Maria Fernanda; Paschetta, Fernanda; Chamorro, Verónica Celeste; Cunzolo, Sebastián Abel; Messina, Valeria (2016)
      Meat and meat products constitute important source of protein, fat, and several functional compounds. Although beef consumption may implicate possible negative impacts on human health, its consumption can also contribute ...
    • A cost-effective and customizable automated irrigation system for precise high-throughput phenotyping in drought stress studies 

      Ortiz, Diego; Litvin, Alexander G.; Salas Fernandez, Marìa G. (2018-06-05)
      The development of high-yielding crops with drought tolerance is necessary to increase food, feed, fiber and fuel production. Methods that create similar environmental conditions for a large number of genotypes are essential ...
    • A Coxiella mutualist symbiont is essential to the development of rhipicephalus microplus 

      Garcia Guizzo, Melina; Parizi, Luís Fernando; Nunes, Rodrigo Dutra; Schama, Renata; Albano, Rodolpho M.; Tirloni, Lucas; Oldiges, Daiane Patrícia; Pilz Vieira, Ricardo; Cruz Oliveira, Wanderson Henrique; De Souza Leite, Milane; Gonzalez, Sergio Alberto; Farber, Marisa Diana; Martins, Orlando; Da Silva Vaz, Itabajara; Oliveira, Pedro L. (Nature Publishing Group, 2017-12)
      The cattle tick Rhipicephalus microplus is a hematophagous ectoparasite that causes important economic losses in livestock. Different species of ticks harbor a symbiont bacterium of the genus Coxiella. It was showed that ...
    • A descriptive Study of lectin histochemistry of the placenta in cattle following inoculation of Neospora caninum. 

      Dorsch, Matías A.; de Yaniz, María Guadalupe; Fiorani, Franco; Hecker, Yanina Paola; Odeon, Anselmo Carlos; Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Campero, Carlos Manuel; Barbeito, Claudio Gustavo; Moore, Prando Dadin (Elsevier, 2019-01)
      The aim of this study was to describe the lectin-binding pattern in the placentas of cows infected experimentally with Neospora caninum. Four cows were inoculated intravenously with 1 × 108 tachyzoites of the NC-1 strain ...
    • A direct high-throughput in Cell-ELISA for measuring infectivity of cytopathic and non-cytopathic bovine viral diarrhoea virus strains applied to the assessment of antiviral activity 

      Quintana, Maria Eugenia; Barone, Lucas; Forlenza, María Belén; Trotta, Myrian Vanesa; Turco, Cecilia; Mansilla, Florencia Celeste; Cardoso, Nancy Patricia; Capozzo, Alejandra Victoria (Elsevier, 2018-07-19)
      Low-cost high-throughput methods applicable to any virus strain are required for screening antiviral compounds against multiple field strains. Colorimetric cell-viability assays are used for this purpose as long as the ...
    • A DNA vaccine formulated with chemical adjuvant provides partial protection against bovine herpes virus infection in cattle 

      Quattrocchi, Valeria; Soria, Ivana; Langellotti, Cecilia Ana; Gnazzo, Victoria; Gammella, Mariela; Moore, Prando Dadin; Zamorano, Patricia Ines (2017-01-25)
      Bovine herpesvirus-1 (BoHV-1) is the causative agent of bovine infectious rhinotracheitis, an important disease worldwide. Although conventional BoHV-1 vaccines, including those based on the use of modified live virus and ...
    • A dose-dependent response to MEK inhibition determines hypoblast fate in bovine embryos 

      Canizo, Jésica Romina; Ynsaurralde Rivolta, Amanda Eugenia; Vazquez Echegaray, Camila; Suvá, Mariana; Alberio, Virgilia; Aller Atucha, Juan Florencio; Guberman, Alejandra; Salamone, Daniel; Alberio, Ricardo; Alberio, Ramiro (BioMed Central, 2019-07-04)
      Background: The segregation of the hypoblast and the emergence of the pluripotent epiblast mark the final stages of blastocyst formation in mammalian embryos. In bovine embryos the formation of the hypoblast has been ...
    • A first record of bulk atmospheric deposition patterns of major ions in southern South America 

      Carnelos, D.A.; Portela, Silvina Isabel; Jobbagy Gampel, Esteban Gabriel; Jackson, R.B.; Di Bella, Carlos Marcelo; Panario, D.; Fagúndez, C.; Piñeiro Guerra, J.M.; Grion, L.; Piñeiro, G. (Springer, 2019-09)
      Despite the importance of long-term atmospheric deposition of ions for vegetation productivity and biogeochemistry, southern South America lacks long-term deposition records. We report a 6-year-long record of atmospheric ...
    • A first worldwide multispecies survey of invasive Mediterranean pine bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) 

      Faccoli, Massimo; Gallego, Diego; Branco, Manuela; Brockerhoff, Eckehard G.; Corley, Juan Carlos; Coyle, David R.; Hurley, Brett P.; Jactel, Herve; Lakatos, Ferenc; Lantschner, Maria Victoria; Lawson, Simon; Martinez, Gonzalo; Gomez, Demian F.; Avtzis, Dimitrios (Springer, 2020-02)
      Several European and Mediterranean species of pine bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae) have become established in North America and the southern hemisphere, posing a novel threat to planted and naturally-occurring ...
    • A functional classification of 63 common Poaceae in the “Campos” grasslands of South America 

      Cruz, Pablo; Lezana, Lucrecia; Durante, Martin; Jaurena, Martín; Figari, Mercedes; Oliveira, Leandro Bittencourt de; Theau, Jean-Pierre; Massa, Ernesto Segundo; Viegas, Julio; Quadros, Fernando L. Ferreira de (Asociación Argentina de Ecología, 2019-08)
      The natural grasslands that form part of the “Campos” of South America contain a large number of species at the paddock level (high α diversity), but little differentiation among paddocks (low β diversity). Thus, forage ...
    • A functional XopAG homologue in Xanthomonas fuscans pv. aurantifolii strain C limits host range 

      Gochez, Alberto Martin; Minsavage, Gerald V.; Potnis, Neha; Canteros, Blanca Isabel; Stall, Robert E.; Jones, Jeffrey B. (British Society for Plant Pathology, 2015)
      Citrus canker is caused by two Xanthomonas species, Xanthomonas citri, which has become the primary pathogen where citrus canker occurs (type A citrus canker, Xc-A), and X. fuscans pv. aurantifolii (Xfa), which consists ...