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genomic comparison between attenuated chinese equine infectious anemia virus vaccine strains and their parental virulent strains.a lentiviral vaccine, live attenuated equine infectious anemia virus (eiav) vaccine, was developed in the 1970s, and this has made tremendous contributions to the control of equine infectious anemia (eia) in china. four key virus strains were generated during the attenuation of the eiav vaccine: the original liao-ning strain (eiav(ln40)), a donkey-adapted virulent strain (eiav(dv117)), a donkey-leukocyte-attenuated vaccine strain (eiav(dlv121)), and a fetal donkey dermal cell (fdd)-adapted vacci ...201021136127
the presence of giardia intestinalis in donkeys, equus asinus, in china.giardia intestinalis is one of the most important zoonotic enteric parasites. as no information regarding prevalence and genotype of g. intestinalis in donkeys (equus asinus) in china is available, 181 faecal samples from 48 donkeys from jilin province, from 104 from shandong province and from 29 from liaoning province were examined between may and december 2015.201728049541
seroprevalence of toxoplasma gondii in slaughtered horses and donkeys in liaoning province, northeastern china.toxoplasma gondii is an important zoonotic pathogen infecting humans and almost all warm-blooded animals. the most common sources of human infection are ingestion of tissue cysts in raw or undercooked meat. however, limited information is available about t. gondii infection in horses and donkeys in china. in the present study, we report the seroprevalence of t. gondii infection in horses and donkeys in liaoning province, northeastern china.201323680297
prevalence and genetic characterization of toxoplasma gondii in donkeys in northeastern china.toxolasma gondii is one of the most important obligate intracellular protozoan parasites. recently, toxoplasmosis is of increasing concerns because t. gondii not only has a worldwide distribution but also can infect virtually all warm-blooded hosts including donkeys. however, limited information is available concerning the genetic characterization of t. gondii in donkeys in northeastern china. in this study, a total of 302 brain tissue samples collected from donkeys from jilin (n=108) and liaoni ...201728807857
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