< > J267 - Infection and Immunity

Organisation American Society for Microbiology
Publisher American Society For Microbiology, Washington, DC, USA. 1970 -
ISSN pISSN: 0019-9567
eISSN: 1098-5522

Specific Chapter/Section References

Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
J267.3.w1 1971 Hinze, H.C. New member of the herpesvirus group isolated from wild cottontail rabbits 3 350-354
J267.3.w2 1971 Johnston, P.B. Taxonomic features of seven serotypes of simian and ape foamy viruses 3 793-399
J267.5.w1 1972 Day, W.C. & Berendt, R.F. Experimental tularemia in Macaca mulatta: relationship of aerosol particle size to the infectivity of airborne Pasteurella tularensis  5 77-82
J267.8.w1 1973 Hooks, J.J., Gibbs, C.J., Chou, S., Howk, R., Lewis, M. & Gajdusek, D.C. Isolation of a new simian foamy virus from a spider monkey brain culture 8 804-813
J267.12.w1 1975 Swack, N.S. & Hsuing, G.D. Pathogenesis of simian foamy virus infection in natural and experimental hosts. 12 470-474
J267.15.w1 1977 Felsenfeld, A.D. & Schmidt, N.J. Antigenic relationships among several simian varicella-like viruses and varicella-zoster virus 15 807-812
J267.18.w1 1977 Matsunaga, Y., Matsuno, S. & Mukoyama, J. Isolation and characterization of a parvovirus of rabbits. 18 495-500
J267.20.w1 1978 Nemo, G.J., Brown, P.W., Gibbs, C.J. & Gajdusek, D.C. Antigenic relationship of human foamy virus to the simian foamy viruses 20 69-72
J267.26.w1 1979 Gordon, D.H., Isaacson, M. & Taylor, P. Plague antibody in large African mammals: Elephants, buffalo, zebras, sable antelope 26 767-769
J267.27.w1 1980 Horvath, I., Kemenes, F., Molnar, L., Szeky, A. & Racz, I. Experimental syphilis and serological examination for treponematosis in hares 27 231-234
J267.31.w1 1981 Marczynska, B., Jones, C.J. & Wolfe, L.G. Syncytium-forming virus of common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus jacchus) 31 1261-1269
J267.36.w1 1982 Koskela, P. & Herva, E. Cell-mediated and humoral immunity induced by a live Francisella tularensis vaccine 36 983-989
J267.39.w1 1983 Mikesell, P., Ivins, B.E., Ristroph, J.D. & Dreier, T.M. Evidence for plasmid-mediated toxin production in Bacillus anthracis 39 371-376
J267.44.w1 1984 Jahrling, P.B. & Peters, C.J. Passive antibody therapy of Lassa fever in cynomolus monkeys: importance of neutralizing antibody and Lassa virus strain 44 528-533
J267.49.w1 1987 Green, B.D., Battisti, L., Koehler, T.M., Thorne, C.B. & Ivins, B.E. Demonstration of a capsule plasmid in Bacillus anthracis 49 291-297
J267.55.w1 1987 Turell, M.J. & Knudson, G.B. Mechanical transmission of Bacillus anthracis by stable flies (Stomoxys calcitrans) and mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti and Aedes taeniorhynchus) 55 1859-1861
J267.59.w1 1991 Fortier, A.H., Slayter, M.V., Ziemba, R., Meltzer, M.S. & Nacy, C.A. Live vaccine strain of Francisella tularensis: infection and immunity in mice 59 2922-2928
J267.64.w1 1996 Howe, D.K., Summers, B.C. & Sibley, L.D. Acute virulence in mice is associated with markers on chromosome VIII in Toxoplasma gondii 64 5193-5198
J267.67.w1 1999 Tiwana, H., Wilson, C., Pirt, J., Cartmell, W. & Ebringer, A.
Autoantibodies to brain components and antibodies to Acinetobacter calcoaceticus are present in bovine spongiform encephalopathy 67 6591-6595
J267.68.w1 2000 Dreisbach. V,C., Cowley, S. & Elkins, K.L. Purified lipopolysaccharide from Francisella tularensis live vaccine strain (LVS) induces protective immunity against LVS infection that requires B cells and gamma interferon 68 1988-1996
J267.68.w2 2000 Mackintosh, C.G., Qureshi, T., Waldrup, K., Labes, R.E., Dodds, K.G. & Griffin, J.F. Genetic resistance to experimental infection with Mycobacterium bovis in red deer (Cervus elaphus) 68 1620-1625
J267.72.w1 2004 Ferraz, J.C., Stavropoulos, E., Yang, M., Coade, S., Espitia, C., Lowrie, D.B., Colston, M.J. & Tascon, R.E. A heterologous DNA priming-Mycobacterium bovis BCG boosting immunization strategy using mycobacterial Hsp70, Hsp65, and Apa antigens improves protection against tuberculosis in mice 72 6945-6950
J267.73.w1 2005 Wu, T.H., Hutt, J.A., Garrison, K.A., Berliba, L.S., Zhou, Y & Lyons, C.R. Intranasal vaccination induces protective immunity against intranasal infection with virulent Francisella tularensis biovar A 73 2644-2654
J267.73.w2 2005 Twine, S., Byström, M., Chen, W., Forsman, M., Golovliov, I., Johansson, A., Kelly, J., Lindgren, H., Svensson, K., Zingmark, C., Conlan, W. & Sjöstedt, A. A mutant of Francisella tularensis strain SCHU S4 lacking the ability to express a 58-kilodalton protein is attenuated for virulence and is an effective live vaccine.
73 8345-8352
J267.73.w3 2005 Skinner, M.A., Wedlock, D.N., de Lisle, G.W., Cooke, M.M., Tascon, R.E., Ferraz, J.C., Lowrie, D.B., Vordermeier, H.M., Hewinson, R.G. & Buddle, B.M. The order of prime-boost vaccination of neonatal calves with Mycobacterium bovis BCG and a DNA vaccine encoding mycobacterial proteins Hsp65, Hsp70, and Apa is not critical for enhancing protection against bovine tuberculosis 73 4441-4444
J267.74.w1 2006 O'Brien, R., Mackintosh, C.G., Bakker, D., Kopecna, M., Pavlik, I. & Griffin, J.F. Immunological and molecular characterization of susceptibility in relationship to bacterial strain differences in Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis infection in the red deer (Cervus elaphus) 74 3530-3537
J267.74.w2 2006 Vordermeier, H.M., Huygen, K., Singh, M., Hewinson, R.G. & Xing, Z. Immune responses induced in cattle by vaccination with a recombinant adenovirus expressing mycobacterial antigen 85A and Mycobacterium bovis BCG 74 1416-1418
J267.75.w1 2007 Baron, S.D., Singh, R. & Metzger, D.W. Inactivated Francisella tularensis live vaccine strain protects against respiratory tularemia by intranasal vaccination in an immunoglobulin A-dependent fashion 75 2152-2162
J267.75.w2 2007 Sebastian S, Dillon ST, Lynch JG, Blalock LT, Balon E, Lee KT, Comstock LE, Conlan JW, Rubin EJ, Tzianabos AO, Kasper DL. A defined O-antigen polysaccharide mutant of Francisella tularensis live vaccine strain has attenuated virulence while retaining its protective capacity 75 2591-2602
J267.76.w1 2008 Huntley, J.F., Conley, P.G., Rasko, D.A., Hagman, K.E., Apicella, M.A. & Norgard, M.V. Native outer membrane proteins protect mice against pulmonary challenge with virulent type A Francisella tularensis 76 3664-3671
J267.77.w1 2009 Salomonsson, E., Kuoppa, K., Forslund, A.L., Zingmark, C., Golovliov, I., Sjöstedt, A., Noppa, L. & Forsberg, A.
Reintroduction of two deleted virulence loci restores full virulence to the live vaccine strain of Francisella tularensis
77 3424-3431
J267.77.w2 2009 Sharma, J., Li, Q., Mishra, B.B., Georges, M.J. & Teale, J.M. Vaccination with an attenuated strain of Francisella novicida prevents T-cell depletion and protects mice infected with the wild-type strain from severe sepsis 77 4314-4326
J267.77.w3 2009 Garcia Pelayo, M.C., Uplekar, S., Keniry, A., Mendoza Lopez, P., Garnier, T., Nunez Garcia, J., Boschiroli, L., Zhou, X., Parkhill, J., Smith, N., Hewinson, R.G., Cole, S.T. & Gordon, S.V. A comprehensive survey of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) across Mycobacterium bovis strains and M. bovis BCG vaccine strains refines the genealogy and defines a minimal set of SNPs that separate virulent M. bovis strains and M. bovis BCG strains 77 2230-2238
J267.78.w1 2010 Jia, Q., Lee, B.Y., Bowen, R., Dillon, B.J., Som, S.M. & Horwitz, M.A.
A Francisella tularensis live vaccine strain (LVS) mutant with a deletion in capB, encoding a putative capsular biosynthesis protein, is significantly more attenuated than LVS yet induces potent protective immunity in mice against F. tularensis challenge 78 4341-4355

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