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PLoS Biology

Pathogen transmission from vaccinated hosts can cause dose-dependent reduction in virulence

PLoS BiologyMarch 6, 2020
Richard I BaileyAndrea Doeschl-Wilson
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences : CMLS

Revisiting cellular immune response to oncogenic Marek's disease virus: the rising of avian T-cell immunity

Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences : CMLSFebruary 22, 2020
Yi YangShaobin Shang
ACS Omega

In Silico Rational Design and Virtual Screening of Bioactive Peptides Based on QSAR Modeling

ACS OmegaApril 1, 2020
Mehri Mahmoodi-ReihaniVahid Zare-Shahabadi
Journal of Veterinary Science

Characterization of Newcastle disease virus obtained from toco toucan

Journal of Veterinary ScienceApril 2, 2020
Jiaxin LiYanlong Cong
Veterinary Research Forum : an International Quarterly Journal

Effect of experimental infectious bursal disease virus on clinical signs and pathogenesis of avian influenza virus H9 N2 in turkey by real time PCR

Veterinary Research Forum : an International Quarterly JournalMarch 25, 2020
Farhad HashemzadeMasoud Ghorbanpoor
Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy : CII

Oncolytic Newcastle disease virus activation of the innate immune response and priming of antitumor adaptive responses in vitro

Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy : CIIFebruary 24, 2020
Shannon BurkeDanielle K Carroll
International Journal of Molecular Sciences

UL36 Encoded by Marek's Disease Virus Exhibits Linkage-Specific Deubiquitinase Activity

International Journal of Molecular SciencesMarch 11, 2020
Junyan LinMengyun Wang

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