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- 5Detmer, Susan E.
- 3Harding, John C. S.
- 3Novakovic, Predrag
- 2Al-Dissi, Ahmad N.
- 2Harding, John C.S.
- 2Ladinig, Andrea
Type 2 porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus infection increases apoptosis at the maternal-fetal interface in late gestation pregnant giltsDownload
The pathogenesis of fetal death associated with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) is hypothesized to be a consequence of PRRS virus-induced apoptosis at the maternal-fetal interface (MFI). The objectives of this study were to evaluate distribution and degree of apoptosis in the...
Relationships of CD163 and CD169 positive cell numbers in the endometrium and fetal placenta with type 2 PRRSV RNA concentration in fetal thymusDownload
Several routes of porcine reproductive and respiratory virus PRRSV transmission across the porcine diffuse epitheliochorial placentation have been proposed, but none have been proven. The objectives of this study were to investigate associations between numbers of CD163 and CD169 positive...
Maternal and fetal predictors of fetal viral load and death in third trimester, type 2 porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus infected pregnant giltsDownload
Minimal research has focused on understanding mechanisms underlying porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) induced reproductive failure. We have completed a large-scale project investigating phenotypic and genotypic predictors of reproductive PRRS severity in which numerous...
Pathologic Evaluation of Type 2 PorcineReproductive and Respiratory SyndromeVirus Infection at the Maternal-FetalInterface of Late Gestation Pregnant GiltsDownload
The pathogenesis of fetal death caused by porcine reproductive and respiratory syndromevirus (PRRSV) remains unclear. The objective of this study was to improve our understand-ing of the pathogenesis by assessing potential relationships between specific histopatho-logical lesions and PRRSV RNA...
Transcriptomic and epigenetic profiling of the lung of influenza-infected pigs: A comparison of different birth weight and Susceptibility groupsDownload
Influenza viruses are a common cause of respiratory disease in swine. Infections range in severity from asymptomatic to causing significant morbidity. The main objective of this study was to compare lung transcriptomic and epigenetic responses to influenza infection in pigs from high or low birth...