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    • Campylobacter fetus releases S-layered and immunoreactive outer membrane vesicles = Campylobacter fetus secreta vesículas de membrana externa inmunorreactivas que conservan la capa S 

      Farace, Pablo; Cravero, Silvio Lorenzo Pedro; Taibo, Catalina Beatriz; Diodati, Julian Angel; Morsella, Claudia Graciela; Paolicchi, Fernando; Sabio Y Garcia, Julia Veronica; Gioffre, Andrea (Elsevier, 2021-08)
      The study of outer membrane vesicles (OMVs) became relevant because of their probable important role in the transfer of virulence factors to host cells. Campylobacter fetus is mainly a mammal pathogen whose virulence ...
    • Differential replication of Foot-and-mouth disease viruses in mice determine lethality 

      Cacciabue, Marco Polo; Garcia Nuñez, Maria Soledad; Delgado, Fernando Oscar; Curra, Anabella Paola; Marrero Diaz De Villegas, Rubén; Molinari, Maria Paula; Rieder, Elizabeth; Carrillo, Elisa Cristina; Gismondi, Maria Ines (2017-09)
      Adult C57BL/6J mice have been used to study Foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) biology. In this work, two variants of an FMDV A/Arg/01 strain exhibiting differential pathogenicity in adult mice were identified and ...
    • Pathogenesis of domestic pigs submitted to mycobacterial sensitizations previous to experimental infection with Mycobacterium bovis 

      Cuerda, Maria Ximena; Colombatti Olivieri, Maria Alejandra; Gravisaco, María José; Marfil, Maria Jimena; Barandiaran, Soledad; Sevilla, Iker A.; Garrido, Joseba M.; Moyano, Roberto Damian; Zumarraga, Martin Jose; Romano, Maria Isabel; Juste, Ramón A.; Santangelo, María De La Paz (INIA (España), 2022-03)
      Aim of study: To demonstrate the virulence of a Mycobacterium bovis local pig isolate in order to contribute to a better understanding of the pathological and immunological consequences of M. bovis infection in previous ...
    • The role of glucose in the pathology of EHEC O157: H7 

      Marques Da Silva, Wanderson; Taibo, Catalina Beatriz; Sabio Y Garcia, Julia Veronica; Larzabal, Mariano; Cataldi, Angel Adrian (Cambridge University Press, 2020-04)
      The pathogen enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC) O157: H7 is responsible for hemorrhagic colitis and hemolytic uremic syndrome in humans [1]. During the colonization process in the gastrointestinal tract, EHEC needs ...