< > J249 - Virus Research

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Publisher Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 1984-
ISSN 0168-1702

Specific Chapter/Section References

Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
J249.12.w1 1989 Kimberlin, R.H. & Walker, C.A. Pathogenesis of scrapie in mice after intragastric infection 12 213-220
J249.21.w1 1991 McColl, K.A. & Gould, A.R. Detection and characterisation of bluetongue virus using the polymerase chain reaction 21 19-34
J249.38.w1 1995 Plyusnin, A., Vapalahti, O., Lehväslaiho, H., Apekina, N., Mikhailova, T., Gavrilovskaya, I., Laakkonen, J., Niemimaa, J., Henttonen, H., Brummer-Korvenkontio, M. & Vaeria, A. Genetic variation of wild Puumala viruses within the serotype, local rodent populations and
individual animal
38 25-41
J249.38.w2 1995 Bowen, M.D., Kariwa, H., Rollin, P.E., Peters, C.J. & Nichol, S.T. Genetic characterization of a human isolate of Puumala hantavirus from France 38 279-289
J249.39.w1 1995 Plyusnin, A., Cheng, Y., Vapalahti, O., Pejcoch, M., Unar, J., Jelinkova, Z., Lehväslaiho, H., Lundkvist, A., Vaheri, A. Genetic variation in Tula hantaviruses: sequence analysis of the S and M segments of strains from Central Europe 39 237-250
J249.45.w1 1996 Lundkvist, A., Vapalahti, O., Plyusnin, A., Sjölander, K.B., Niklasson, B. & Vaheri, A. Characterization of Tula virus antigenic determinants defined by monoclonal antibodies raised against baculovirus-expressed nucleocapsid protein 45 29-44
J249.57.w1 1998 Knowles, N.J., Dickinson, N.D., Wilsden, G., Carra, E., Brocchi, E. & De Simone, F. Molecular analysis of encephalomyocarditis viruses isolated from pigs and rodents in Italy
 
48 53-62
J249.61.w1 1999 Heiske, A., Anheier, B., Pilaski, J., Volchkov, V.E. & Feldmann, H. A new Clethrionomys-derived hantavirus from Germany: evidence for distinct genetic sublineages of Puumala viruses in Western Europe 61 101-112
J249.67.w1 2000 Escutenaire, S., Chalon, P., Verhagen, R., Heyman, P., Thomas, I., Karelle-Bui, L., Avsic-Zupanc, T., Lundkvist, A., Plyusnin, A. & Pastoret, P. Spatial and temporal dynamics of Puumala hantavirus infection in red bank vole (Clethrionomys glareolus) populations in Belgium 67 91-107
J249.74.w1 2001 Escutenaire, S., Chalon, P., Heyman, P., Van der Auwera, G., van der Groen, G., Verhagen, R., Thomas, I., Karelle-Bui, L., Vaheri, A., Pastoret, P.P. & Plyusnin, A. Genetic characterization of Puumala hantavirus strains from Belgium: evidence for a distinct phylogenetic lineage 74 1-15
J249.91.w1 2003 Thomson, G.R., Vosloo, W. & Bastos, A.D.S. Foot and mouth disease in wildlife 91 145-161
J249.91.w2 2003 Sutmoller, P., Barteling, S.S., Olascoaga, R.C. & Simpson, K.J. Control and eradication of foot-and-mouth disease 91 101-144
J249.101.w1 2004 Pritchard, L.I., Sendow, I., Lunt, R., Hassan, S.H., Kattenbelt, J., Gould, A.R., Daniels, P.W. & Eaton, B.T. Genetic diversity of bluetongue viruses in south east Asia 101 193-201
J249.111.w1 2005 Belotto, A., Leanes, L.F., Schneider, M.C., Tamayo, H. & Correa, E.  Overview of rabies in the Americas 111 5-12
J249.111.w2 2005 Slate, D., Rupprecht, C.E., Rooney, J.A., Donovan, D., Lein, D.H. & Chipman, R.B. Status of oral rabies vaccination in wild carnivores in the United States 111 68-76
J249.128.w1 2007 Jakab, F., Horváth, G., Ferenczi, E., Sebok, J., Varecza, Z. & Szucs, G. Detection of Dobrava hantaviruses in Apodemus agrarius mice in the Transdanubian region of Hungary 128 149-152
J249.129.w1 2007 Plyusnina, A., Dexter, J., Charbonnel, N., Cosson, J.-F. & Plyusnin, A. Puumala and Tula hantaviruses in France 129 58-63
J249.137.w1 2008 Batten, C.A., Maan, S., Shaw, A.E., Maan, N.S. & Mertens, P.P. A European field strain of bluetongue virus derived from two parental vaccine strains by genome segment reassortment    
J249.144.w1 2009 Korva M, Duh D, Puterle A, Trilar T, Zupanc TA. First molecular evidence of Tula hantavirus in Microtus voles in Slovenia 144 318-322
J249.60.w1 2011 Sanada T, Kariwa H, Nagata N, Tanikawa Y, Seto T, Yoshimatsu K, Arikawa J, Yoshii K, Takashima I. Puumala virus infection in Syrian hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus) resembling hantavirus infection in natural rodent hosts 160 108-119
J249.X.w1 2013 Shafiq, M., Minakshi, P., Bhateja, A., Ranjan, K. & Prasad, G. Evidence of genetic reassortment between Indian isolate of bluetongue virus serotype 21 (BTV-21) and bluetongue virus serotype 16 (BTV-16) X [Ahead of print]

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