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- 3Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome
- 2PRRS Virus
- 2Pork industry
- 1Fetal death
- 3Harding, John C. S.
- 1Al-Dissi, Ahmad N.
- 1Bao, Hua
- 1Detmer, Susan E.
- 1Kommadath, Arun
- 1Ladinig, 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...
Differences in Whole Blood Gene ExpressionAssociated with Infection Time-Course andExtent of Fetal Mortality in a ReproductiveModel of Type 2 Porcine Reproductive andRespiratory Syndrome Virus (PRRSV)InfectionDownload
Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus (PRRSV) infection of pregnantfemales causes fetal death and increased piglet mortality, but there is substantial variationin the extent of reproductive pathology between individual dams. This study used RNA-sequencing to characterize the whole...
Maternal and fetal thyroid dysfunction following porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus2 infectionDownload
To better understand the host response to porcine reproductive and respiratory virus-2 (PRRSV2) we evaluated circulating thyroid hormone and associated gene expression in a late gestation challenge model. Pregnant gilts were inoculated at gestation day 85 and fetal samples collected at either 12...