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January 21, 2022

Complete Genome Sequences of Five Rabies Virus Strains Obtained from Domestic Carnivores in Liberia.

Microbiology Resource Announcements
Stephanie MautiLaurent Dacheux
January 21, 2022

A spatial and cellular distribution of rabies virus infection in the mouse brain revealed by fMOST and single-cell RNA sequencing.

Clinical and Translational Medicine
Yachun ZhangLing Zhao
January 20, 2022

What can we learn from over a decade of testing bats in New South Wales to exclude infection with Australian bat lyssaviruses?

Australian Veterinary Journal
T W O'ConnorP D Kirkland
January 19, 2022

Comparative pathogenesis of different phylogroup I bat lyssaviruses in a standardized mouse model.

PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases
Antonia KleinConrad M Freuling
January 19, 2022

Household survey on owned dog population and rabies knowledge in selected municipalities in Bulacan, Philippines: A cross-sectional study.

PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases
Timothy John R DizonBeatriz P Quiambao
January 13, 2022

MARCH8 Targets Cytoplasmic Lysine Residues of Various Viral Envelope Glycoproteins.

Microbiology Spectrum
Yanzhao ZhangKenzo Tokunaga
January 12, 2022

Animal health is often ignored, but indispensable to the human right to health.

International Journal for Equity in Health
Sonja Hartnack
January 10, 2022

Dendrimer nanoplatforms for veterinary medicine applications: A concise overview.

Drug Discovery Today
Serge MignaniJean-Pierre Majoral
January 11, 2022

Diversity of rabies virus detected in Inner Mongolia, China, 2019-2021.

Transboundary and Emerging Diseases
Ye FengChangchun Tu
January 11, 2022
Open Access

Machine Learning Identifies Cellular and Exosomal MicroRNA Signatures of Lyssavirus Infection in Human Stem Cell-Derived Neurons.

Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology
Ryan J FarrMegan Dearnley
January 11, 2022
Open Access

Antiviral Properties of Alginate-Based Biomaterials: Promising Antiviral Agents against SARS-CoV-2.

ACS Applied Bio Materials
Ángel Serrano-ArocaRuibing Wang
January 11, 2022

Free-roaming dog population dynamics in Ranchi, India.

Research in Veterinary Science
M J EvansS Mazeri
January 8, 2022

Spatial Distribution and Population Estimation of Dogs in Thailand: Implications for Rabies Prevention and Control.

Frontiers in Veterinary Science
Weerapong ThanapongtharmKansuda Leelahapongsathon
January 7, 2022

Nearly Complete Genome Sequences of Eight Rabies Virus Strains Obtained from Domestic Carnivores in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Microbiology Resource Announcements
Patient Pati PyanaLaurent Dacheux
January 7, 2022

Notes from the Field: Three Human Rabies Deaths Attributed to Bat Exposures - United States, August 2021.

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