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1. Efficacy of BCG vaccine in animal models of neurological disorders.

The Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine can modulate the immune response via antigen-specific immune response, but also it can confer nonspecific protection and therapeutic benefits in several neurological conditions through different heterologous effects of vaccination. However, the precise...

Author(s) : Cossu, D.; Ruberto, S.; Yokoyama, K.; Hattori, N.; Sechi, L. A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Vaccine 2022 Vol.40 No.3 pp.432-436 ref.57

2. Control of crop diseases through Integrated Crop Management to deliver climate-smart farming systems for low- and high-input crop production.

Crop diseases affect crop yield and quality and cause significant losses of total food production worldwide. With the ever-increasing world population and decreasing land and water resources, there is a need not only to produce more food but also to reduce agricultural greenhouse gas (GHG)...

Author(s) : Richard, B.; Qi AiMing; Fitt, B. D. L.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Plant Pathology 2022 Vol.71 No.1 pp.187-206 ref.many

3. A 5-year neutralizing immune response to yellow fever vaccine in HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected adults.

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Author(s) : Durier, C.; Mercier-Delarue, S.; Verdière, N. C. de; Meiffrédy, V.; Matheron, S.; Samri, A.; Resch, M.; Marchand, L.; Autran, B.; Launay, O.; Simon, F.

Publisher : Wolters Kluwer (UK) Ltd, Kingston upon Thames, UK

Journal article : AIDS 2022 Vol.36 No.2 pp.319-321 ref.10

4. Using the health belief model to examine travelers' willingness to vaccinate and support for vaccination requirements prior to travel.

Data from a survey of 1478 travelers and multistep group structural equation model analysis revealed that the Health Belief Model constructs of cues to action (trust in third-party information sources), perceived severity of and susceptibility to COVID-19, and beliefs about the protection benefits...

Author(s) : Suess, C.; Maddock, J. E.; Dogru, T.; Mody, M.; Lee SeungHoon

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2022 Vol.88 ref.95

5. Growth inhibition of phytopathogenic spiroplasmas by membrane-interactive antimicrobial peptides novispirin T7 and caerin 1.1.

Spiroplasma kunkelii and Spiroplasma citri, both helical-shaped cell wall-less bacteria, are the causative agents of corn stunt disease and citrus stubborn disease, respectively. Plants exhibiting natural resistance to these phytopathogenic spiroplasmas are currently lacking. Engineering artificial ...

Author(s) : Wei, W.; Davis, R. E.; Mowery, J. D.; Zhao Yan

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Applied Biology 2022 Vol.180 No.1 pp.109-117 ref.59

6. Altruism and vaccination intentions: evidence from behavioral experiments.

Vaccine hesitancy has been on the rise throughout the past two decades, especially in high income countries where existing pro-vaccination public health communication strategies have proven ineffective. We argue that appealing to other-regarding preferences is one way of improving the effectiveness ...

Author(s) : Cucciniello, M.; Pin, P.; Imre, B.; Porumbescu, G. A.; Melegaro, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Social Science & Medicine 2022 Vol.292 ref.36

7. Human allergy to cats: a review for veterinarians on prevalence, causes, symptoms and control.

Practical relevance: Human allergy to cats affects a substantial and growing proportion of the global population, and cat allergy is regarded as the third most common cause of human respiratory allergies, and the second most common indoor cause. Veterinarians will frequently encounter owners who...

Author(s) : Sparkes, A. H.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2022 Vol.24 No.1 pp.31-42 ref.161

8. Autophagy signaling pathway is a therapeutic target to inhibit GCRV replication.

Autophagy is an evolutionarily conserved process that is thought to be essential for maintaining physiological homeostasis. However, the role of autophagy in host immune defense against viruses was poorly understood in fish. In this study, we found that although GCRV infection induced autophagy,...

Author(s) : Chu PengFei; Zhu YuChao; Zhuang MingLong; He LiBo; Zhang XiaoJun

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Aquaculture 2022 Vol.548 No.Part 2

9. Application of heat-killed probiotics in aquaculture.

Probiotics confer health benefits to aquatic animals, although the use of live probiotics could negatively impact the aquaculture environment. Thus, heat-killed probiotics are an alternative choice that could equally improve growth performance and disease resistance of farmed fish and shellfish....

Author(s) : Ngoc Tuan Tran; Yang Wei; Xuan Truong Nguyen; Zhang Ming; Ma HongYu; Zheng HuaiPing; Zhang YueLing; Chan KokGan; Li ShengKang

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Aquaculture 2022 Vol.548 No.Part 2

10. A case of aseptic meningitis without skin rash caused by oka varicella vaccine.

Here, we present a previously healthy adolescent with aseptic meningitis without skin rash caused by varicella vaccine derived from the Oka/Biken strain; the patient received a single dose of varicella vaccine at 1 year of age. Pediatricians should be aware of the potential for reactivation of...

Author(s) : Kawamura, Y.; Suzuki, D.; Kono, T.; Miura, H.; Kozawa, K.; Mizuno, H.; Yoshikawa, T.

Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc., Hagerstown, USA

Journal article : Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 2022 Vol.41 No.1 pp.78-79 ref.11

11. Apoptosis versus survival of African horse sickness virus serotype 4-infected horse peripheral blood mononuclear cells.

Expanding on our previous work, this study used transcriptome analysis of RNA sequences to investigate the various factors that contributed to either inducing apoptosis that resulted in cell death or promoting the survival of African horse sickness virus serotype 4 (AHSV4)-infected horse peripheral ...

Author(s) : Faber, E.; Tshilwane, S. I.; Kleef, M. van; Pretorius, A.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Virus Research 2022 Vol.307 ref.66

12. Improving gut function in pigs to prevent pathogen colonization.

Author(s) : Bosi, P.; Luise, D.; Trevisi, P.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Understanding gut microbiomes as targets for improving pig gut health 2022 pp.399-434 ref.many

13. Current knowledge of immune priming in invertebrates, emphasizing studies on Tenebrio molitor.

Vertebrates rely on the most sophisticated adaptive immunity to defend themselves against various pathogens. This includes immunologic memory cells, which mount a stronger and more effective immune response against an antigen after its first encounter. Unlike vertebrates, invertebrates' defense...

Author(s) : Kojour, M. A. M.; Snigdha Baliarsingh; Jang HoAm; Yun KeunHo; Park KiBeom; Lee JongEun; Han YeonSoo; Patnaik, B. B.; Jo YongHun

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Developmental and Comparative Immunology 2022 Vol.127 ref.163

14. Innate immune memory in invertebrates: concept and potential mechanisms.

Invertebrates are the protagonists of a recent paradigm shift because they now show that vertebrates are not the only group with immune memory. This review discusses the concept of immune priming, its characteristics, and differences with trained immunity and immune enhancement. We include an...

Author(s) : Lanz-Mendoza, H.; Contreras-Garduño, J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Developmental and Comparative Immunology 2022 Vol.127 ref.143

15. The Batman and Robin of liver-stage immunity to malaria.

Author(s) : Heath, W. R.; Holz, L. E.; Fernandez-Ruiz, D.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Trends in Parasitology 2022 Vol.38 No.1 pp.7-8

16. Making a good malaria vaccine better.

Author(s) : Duffy, P. E.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Trends in Parasitology 2022 Vol.38 No.1 pp.9-10 ref.8

17. A brief history of OspA vaccines including their impact on diagnostic testing for Lyme disease.

The only United States Food and Drug Administration approved vaccine preparation to prevent Lyme disease consisted of a single recombinant outer surface protein A (OspA), which was marketed for use from late 1998 until early 2002, with no vaccine currently available for humans for nearly 20 years....

Author(s) : Wormser, G. P.

Publisher : Elsevier, New York, USA

Journal article : Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease 2022 Vol.102 No.1 ref.45

18. Light regimen on health and growth of broilers: an update review.

The importance of lighting regimen is increasing with the industrialization of poultry production, as lighting has been intimately associated with not only the establishment of rhythm and synchronous physiology of broiler chickens, but also the secretion of hormones associated with broiler...

Author(s) : Wu YuJun; Huang Jingxi; Quan ShuLi; Yang Ying

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Poultry Science 2022 Vol.101 No.1 ref.80

19. Characterization of the molecular properties and allergenicity (IgE-binding capacity) of β-lactoglobulin by heat treatment using asymmetric-flow field-flow fractionation and ultra-performance liquid chromatography quadrupole time of flight mass chromatography.

In this study, the heat product (90°C, 10 min) of β-lactoglobulin (β-LG) was analyzed by asymmetric-flow field-flow fractionation (AF4) to observe the effect of heat treatment. The changes in molar mass (M) and molar size induced by heat treatment were characterized by AF4, and changes in molar...

Author(s) : Li Yang; Yang YunJia; Zou Yue; Shu Lin; Han NanYin; Yang Yi

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Chemistry 2022 Vol.374 ref.30

20. Insect pest management in the age of synthetic biology.

Arthropod crop pests are responsible for 20% of global annual crop losses, a figure predicted to increase in a changing climate where the ranges of numerous species are projected to expand. At the same time, many insect species are beneficial, acting as pollinators and predators of pest species....

Author(s) : Fernández, R. M.; Petek, M.; Gerasymenko, I.; Juteršek, M.; Baebler, Š.; Kallam, K.; Giménez, E. M.; Gondolf, J.; Nordmann, A.; Gruden, K.; Orzaez, D.; Patron, N. J.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Plant Biotechnology Journal 2022 Vol.20 No.1 pp.25-36 ref.139

21. Immunotoxicity induced by ivermectin is associated with NF-κB signaling pathway on macrophages.

Ivermectin (IVM) has been widely used as a highly effective and broad-spectrum biopesticide in animal husbandry and agriculture. Considering the frequent environmental and occupational exposure, the various toxic effects caused by IVM should be paid more attention. The immune system is a common...

Author(s) : Zhang Ping; Li YanDi; Xu WenPing; Cheng JiaGao; Zhang Cheng; Gao JuFang; Li Zhong; Tao LiMing; Zhang Yang

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.289 ref.41

22. Adrenergic receptor gene expression in bovine leukocytes.

The α- and β-adrenergic receptors (ARs) bind the stress hormones epinephrine (E), norepinephrine (NE), and dopamine and activate diverse physiological responses. A lack of information on AR gene expression in leukocytes limits our understanding of how stress alters immune function. Quantitative...

Author(s) : Howell, A.; Arsic, N.; Brownlie, R.; Griebel, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Developmental and Comparative Immunology 2022 Vol.127 ref.67

23. Overexpression of lncRNA08489 enhances tomato immunity against Phytophthora infestans by decoying miR482e-3p.

LncRNAs are widely involved in various biological processes of plants. Recent evidences indicated that lncRNAs could act as competing endogenous RNAs (ceRNAs) to adsorb complementary miRNAs in a type of target mimicry, thereby indirectly regulating the target genes of miRNAs. In this study, a...

Author(s) : Liu WeiWei; Cui Jun; Luan YuShi

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 2022 Vol.587 pp.36-41

24. Protective immunity after natural infection with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) - Kentucky, USA, 2020.

Background: As vaccine supply and access remain limited in many parts of the world, understanding the duration of protection from reinfection after natural infection is important. Methods: Distinct individuals testing positive and negative for SARS-CoV-2 between March 6, 2020, and August 31, 2020,...

Author(s) : Spicer, K. B.; Glick, C.; Cavanaugh, A. M.; Thoroughman, D.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : International Journal of Infectious Diseases 2022 Vol.114 pp.21-28 ref.37

25. Post-acute COVID-19 syndrome after reinfection and vaccine breakthrough by the SARS-CoV-2 Gamma variant in Brazil.

We describe a case of prolonged COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 Gamma variant in a fully vaccinated healthcare worker, 387 days after an infection caused by lineage B.1.1.33. Infections were confirmed by whole-genome sequencing and corroborated by the detection of neutralizing antibodies in...

Author(s) : Penetr, S. L. S.; Silva, M. F. B. da; Resende, P.; Pina-Costa, A.; Santos, H. F. P.; Guaraldo, L.; Calvet, G. A.; Ogrzewalska, M.; Arantes, I.; Zukeram, K.; Araújo, M. F. de; Lima, A. B. M.; Lopes, R. S.; Lira-Silva, L. R.; Moraes, I. V.; Wakimoto, M. D.; Fuller, T. L.; Gabaglia, C. R.; Espíndola, O. M.; Bonaldo, M. C.; Daniel-Ribeiro, C. T.; Whitworth, J.; Smith, C.; Nielsen-Saines, K.; Pauvolid-Correa, A.; Siqueira, M. M.; Brasil, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : International Journal of Infectious Diseases 2022 Vol.114 pp.58-61 ref.16