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Antigenic comparison of bovine, ovine, equine, and llama adenoviruses

Irwandi Yusuf

Antigenic comparison of bovine, ovine, equine, and llama adenoviruses

by Irwandi Yusuf

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adenoviruses.,
  • Cattle -- Viruses.,
  • Antigens.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Irwandi Yusuf.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 leaves, bound. ;
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15195096M

    Two antigenic species of adenovirus have previously been isolated from NWCs, which differed from bovine, ovine, or equine adenoviruses. 5 The present case provides further evidence that NWCs can be infected with their own species of adenovirus, as the isolate was phylogenetically distinct from other adenoviruses within the genus Mastadenovirus. Cattle - Bovine Sheep - Ovine Horses - Equine Foxes - Vulpine Wolves - Lupine Monkeys - Simian (not sure why it's a different form) My question is, do ALL types of animal have an adjective form? Is there a word like this for, say, snails, .

    The ovine model is a domestic crossbred species. We have found that the Suffolk or Hampshire breeds typically adjust better to laboratory conditions. They also tend to have a more docile nature and welcome human contact. The ovine model is vaccinated for Clostridial disease and tetanus. An appropriate antibiotic and deworming regimen is followed. Comparative Anatomy of the Canine, Bovine and Equine Forelimb Posted by Cari Wise on Aug at AM Dr. Cari Wise is a graduate of the University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine.

    Compare & Contrast the Equine & Bovine Digestive Systems Tough cellulose chains broken Fermentation- where does it happen? Focus: reticulorumen Holds gallons Topic 1 Where fiber fermentation begins Rumen large Considerably more . Collagen is one of the most ubiquitous proteins in the animal kingdom and the dominant protein in extracellular tissues such as bone, skin and other connective tissues in which it acts primarily as a supporting scaffold. It has been widely investigated scientifically, not only as a biomedical material for regenerative medicine, but also for its role as a food source for both humans and livestock.


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Antigenic comparison of bovine, ovine, equine, and llama adenoviruses by Irwandi Yusuf Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title: ANTIGENIC COMPARISON OF BOVINE, OVINE, EQUINE, AND LLAMA ADENOVIRUS ES Abstract approved: Donald E. Mattson, D.V.M., Ph.D. Fifteen adenoviruses from cattle, sheep, horses, and llamas were studied by virus neutralization to determine their degree of antigenic similarity.

Prototype vi-ruses included bovine adenoviruses speciesovine. Fifteen adenoviruses from cattle, sheep, horses, and llamas were studied by virus neutralization to determine their degree of antigenic similarity. Prototype viruses included bovine adenoviruses speciesovine adenoviruses species 5 and 6, and equine.

Graduation date: Fifteen adenoviruses from cattle, sheep, horses, and llamas were studied by\ud virus neutralization to determine their degree of antigenic similarity.

Prototype viruses\ud included bovine adenoviruses speciesovine adenoviruses species 5 and\ud 6, and equine adenovirus species 1. Benkő, in Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences, Bovine, Ovine, Caprine, and Other Ruminant Adenoviruses. There is an amazing diversity of AdVs that can infect ruminant hosts.

Several isolates originating from cattle and sheep belong to various species in genus l BAdVs, substantially ovine from mastadenoviruses as judged for. For example, some bovine adenoviruses (eg, bovine adenoviruses 1, 3, and 10) are now assigned to the genus Mastadenovirus as bovine and llama adenoviruses book A, B, and C, whereas others (eg, bovine adenoviruses 4, 5, and 8) are included in the genus Atadenovirus as bovine atadenovirus D.

Ovine adenoviruses 1–5, bovine adenovirus 2, and goat adenovirus. Antigenic comparison of bovine, ovine, equine, and llama adenoviruses. Pipas, M. Epizootiology of Parelaphostrongylus tenuis in Pennsylvania and implications of transmission from white-tailed deer to llamas.

Two adenoviruses (WV /75 and WV /75), isolated from lambs in New Zealand were compared using neutralisation tests with the five recognised ovine adenovirus species, NINE bovine and four porcine adenoviruses. WV /75 did not cross-react with any of the viruses tested and represents a new ovine adenovirus species (OAV-6).

WV /75 cross-reacted with bovine. Bovine, Ovine, Porcine, Equine. For those of you who do crossword puzzles, you may want to commit to memory this handy list, to save thumbing through the dictionary and maybe spilling your cup of coffee or glass of wine, as a result:) aquiline - eagle asinine - donkey bovine - cattle cancrine - crab.

Sheep are ovine and goats are caprine or hircine. 1) From Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary () Caprine a. Of or pertaining to a goat 2) From Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary () Hircine 1.

Goatlike; of or pertaining to a goat or the goats. nucleotide database demonstrated 68% identity with the isolates Canine adenovirus 1 and Bovine adenovirus 3. Comparison.

ovine, or equine adenoviruses. 5 The 1), bovine adenoviruses (BAV. adenovirus [ad´ĕ-no-vi″rus] any of a large group of viruses causing disease of the upper respiratory tract and conjunctiva, and also present in latent infections in normal persons; many induce malignancy in certain species.

Along with many rhinovirus subspecies and the picornaviruses, adenoviruses are among the causes of the common cold. adj., adj. Other ruminant adenoviruses also have endothelial cell tropism, including OAdV serotype 4 (OAdV-4), 11 bovine adenovirus serot 12,13 and a deer adenovirus isolated in California.

14 Necrotizing hepatitis has been previously described as a result of experimental infection of lambs with OAdV-4 11 but not with other serotypes of OAdV. As adjectives the difference between bovine and ovine is that bovine is (not comparable) of or pertaining to cattle while ovine is of, pertaining to, resembling, or being a sheep.

As nouns the difference between bovine and ovine is that bovine is an animal of the family bovidae, including cattle, buffaloes and bison while ovine is a sheep. Bovine adenoviruses A, B, C B Canine adenovirus (infectious canine hepatitis) C Caprine adenovirus Cp Equine adenoviruses A, B Eq Fowl adenoviruses A – E A Human adenoviruses A – F (respiratory and/or ocular disease) H NHP Ovine adenoviruses A, B, C O Porcine adenoviruses A, B, C P D N A E Asfarviridae – nm DS linear.

Bovine. Caprine. Canine. Equine. Feline. Ovine. Porcine, Llama, Avian, Swine These words are collectively know as animal what. If you have any lists or link of this list kindly give me. PLEASE AND THANK YOU. Contact Us. Phone: + (0) Fax: + (0) E-mail: [email protected] Address: Holycross, Thurles, Co.

Tipperary. It seems that many of the words below might only be used in a scientific or medical context (e.g., acarine disease, bovine myology, anatidaephobia). Most of these words are based on the scientific names of the animals (e.g., cows belong to the Bovinae subfamily), although some are based on Greek words for an animal (e.g., arietine for ram.

Most of the 52 hemagglutination-inhibition and 25 serum neutralization major or minor heterotypic responses among the equine antisera were observed at similar levels in previous studies with rabbit antisera and appeared to represent genuine antigenic relationships among the human adenoviruses.

Equine antisera to human adenoviruses 1 to 33 and a. Canine is dogs, feline is cats, bovine is cattle, ovine is sheep and equine is horses. 0 0. beatlesfanatic 1 decade ago. aquiline - eagle. assinine - donkey. bovine - cattle. cancrine - crab. canine - dog.

Yak- Bovine. Zebra- Equine, Zebrine, Hippotigrine. 6 0. Mark C. 6 years ago. I'd been looking for the following for ages: Owl. Request PDF | Adenoviral infection in captive moose (Alces alces) in Canada | Adenoviral infection was associated with hemorrhagic enteritis.

Muscles of the Bovine Crus. Vasculature of the Hindlimb. Arteries of the Hindlimb. The essential difference between the bovine arterial system of the hindlimb and that of the dog is the supply to the distal hindlimb. Unlike horses and dogs the saphenous artery doesn't have cranial and caudal branches.

Instead it continues down the plantar.Book Chapter. The history of arboviral infections of horses in Australia is being rewritten ANTIGENIC HOMOGENEITY OF EQUINE ADENOVIRUSES MJ STUDDERT. AN ELECTRON MICROSCOPIC COMPARISON OF BOVINE INFECTIOUS PUSTULAR VULVOVAGINITIS VIRUS AND INFECTIOUS BOVINE RHINOTRACHEITIS VIRUS IN .The isolates were separated into 6 distinct biovariants, 3 for sheep and 3 for cattle, based on reactions in a battery of 21 test media.

Three bovine isolates associated with disease caused hemolysis of bovine blood. The rest of the isolates did not hemolyze either bovine or ovine .