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  1. In the global progress of bone tumor research, established stable and long-lasting transgenic chondrosarcoma (CSA) cell lines are rare, mainly of murine and human origin, while the establishment of canine CSA ...

    Authors: Meilin Wang, Xiao Wang, Lixin He, Hongbo Gao, Wenxuan Li, Huili Feng, Qingyuan Zhao, Wenwen Zhang, Chengzong Li, Bohan Zhang and Changwei Qiu
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:29
  2. Toxoplasma gondii is thought to infect all nucleated cells in warm-blooded animals, including poultry, mammals, and humans. However, it is unclear whether T. gondii can infect chicken erythrocytes due to the nucl...

    Authors: Chenghuan Li, Xiaohan Zhang, Xiaoyu Sang, Yanhong He, Saeed EI-Ashram, Yingying Ding, Tiantian Jiang and Na Yang
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:28
  3. Bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana) are amphibians with high economic value, but in recent years, bullfrog farming has encountered serious threats of bacterial diseases, and the “bullfrog economy” is facing a continuous...

    Authors: Wenyu Liao, Dongdong Wei, Mingzhu Liu, Ke Ke, Deqiang Shi, Bingzheng Li, Shuaishuai Huang, Jianbo Jiang, Qing Yu and Pengfei Li
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:27
  4. Canine atopic dermatitis (CAD) is a prevalent genetically susceptible inflammatory and pruritic allergic skin condition affecting not only the health of dogs but also the quality of life of their owners. Inter...

    Authors: Qiuhua Li, Yanyan Qu, Li Yao, Ning Ma, Mingxing Ding and Yi Ding
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:26
  5. Spillover of trypanosomiasis parasites from wildlife to domestic livestock and humans remains a major challenge world over. With the disease targeted for elimination by 2030, assessing the impact of control st...

    Authors: Mlyashimbi Helikumi and Steady Mushayabasa
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:25
  6. The regulation and maintenance of bone metabolic homeostasis are crucial for animal skeletal health. It has been established that structural alterations in the gut microbiota and ecological dysbiosis are close...

    Authors: Shu-Cheng Huang, Yan-Feng He, Pan Chen, Kai-Li Liu and Aftab Shaukat
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:23
  7. Broiler ascites syndrome (AS) is one of the main diseases threatening the health of broilers. It is well documented that myocardial hypertrophy and failure is one of the key mechanisms of broiler ascites syndr...

    Authors: Xiaoqi Yang, Xin Liu, Jiaqi Liu, Peiling Wu, Yang Fu, San Loon Kyein, Jiabin Zhang, Mengdi Zhang, Yuxuan Peng and Donghai Zhou
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:22
  8. Variations in the pathogenicity of Newcastle disease virus (NDV), the agent causing Newcastle disease, are associated with variants of different virulence. A few studies have characterized the expression of mi...

    Authors: Weiwei Liu, Zejun Xu, Siyuan Wang, Cuiping Song, Xusheng Qiu, Lei Tan, Yingjie Sun, Ying Liao, Guijun Wang, Xiufan Liu and Chan Ding
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:21
  9. A cross-sectional study was conducted to evaluate the risk factors associated with the Salmonella infection status of dairy herds in Henan and Hubei provinces, China. Herds were assigned a Salmonella status based...

    Authors: Jie Wang, Xiaojie Zhu, Yuxi Zhao, Yongkang Xue, Zhen Zhang, Lei Yan, Yingyu Chen, Ian D. Robertson, Aizhen Guo and Joshua W. Aleri
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:20
  10. The bacterium Avibacterium paragallinarum, previously known as Haemophilus paragallinarum, is responsible for causing infectious coryza (IC) in chickens and other avian species. In this case report, an outbreak o...

    Authors: Honglin Xie, Hui Li, Chenfei Yu, Yongqiang Miao, Yaping Wu, Ruoyi Jia, Qiang Zhang, Guanglin Pan, Qingyi Ma, Kangsheng Jia and Xinglong Wang
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:19
  11. Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii) is an obligate intracellular parasite with a wide range of hosts, including humans and many warm-blooded animals. The parasite exists in two interconvertible forms, namely tachyzoite...

    Authors: Pu Chen, Congcong Lyu, Yidan Wang, Ming Pan, Xingyu Lin and Bang Shen
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:18
  12. Antibiotics are widely used to treat various diseases. However, growing evidence indicates that antibiotic therapy in human life increases the incidence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Therefore, we need ...

    Authors: Songkang Qin, Yingli Wang, Mengjie Yang, Pengpeng Wang, Mudassar Iqbal, Jinquan Li and Yaoqin Shen
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:16
  13. Rabies is an ancient disease. Two centuries since Pasteur, fundamental progress occurred in virology, vaccinology, and diagnostics—and an understanding of pathobiology and epizootiology of rabies in testament ...

    Authors: Charles E. Rupprecht, Philip P. Mshelbwala, R. Guy Reeves and Ivan V. Kuzmin
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:15
  14. Coronaviruses are widespread in nature and can infect mammals and poultry, making them a public health concern. Globally, prevention and control of emerging and re-emerging animal coronaviruses is a great chal...

    Authors: Mingjun Su, Guanghui Zheng, Xiangwen Xu and Houhui Song
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:14
  15. Brucellosis remains one of the most common zoonoses spread worldwide, inducing enormous economic losses to the livestock industry and posing serious health threats to humans. Brucellosis re-emerged in China in...

    Authors: Yupeng Fang, Jianjun Wang, Guanyin Zhang, Fengdong Zhu, Chaoyue Guo, Jiandong Zhang, Kaixuan Guo, Yun Deng, Jinxue Zhang, Huanchun Chen and Zhengfei Liu
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:13
  16. The spike protein (S) of SARS-CoV-2 is responsible for viral attachment and entry, thus a major factor for host susceptibility, tissue tropism, virulence and pathogenicity. The S is divided with S1 and S2 regi...

    Authors: Alexandria Zabiegala, Yunjeong Kim and Kyeong-Ok Chang
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:12
  17. Lamb morbidity and mortality cause significant loss in a smallholder production system. A longitudinal prospective survey was conducted on 408 randomly selected farmers located in six purposefully selected keb...

    Authors: Haben Fesseha, Gizaw Gebremichael, Isayas Asefa and Teshita Edaso
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:11
  18. Bovine tuberculosis (bTB) is a chronic zoonotic disease that is endemic in China. Current in-vitro tests for bTB are mainly based on blood assays. Collection of samples results in some stress to the sampled cattl...

    Authors: Yingyu Chen, Shuang Cheng, Yu Wang, Guiqiang Wang, Xijuan Wu, Ian D. Robertson and Aizhen Guo
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:8
  19. Mosquito-borne infections are of global health concern because of their rapid spread and upsurge, which creates a risk for coinfections. chikungunya virus (CHIKV), an arbovirus disease transmitted by Aedes aegypt...

    Authors: Peter Asaga Mac, Philomena E. Airiohuodion, Raman Velayudhan, Shaistha Zubair, Markos Tadele, Jude, O. Aighobahi, Chukwuma Anyaike, Axel Kroeger and Marcus Panning
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:7

    The Correction to this article has been published in Animal Diseases 2023 3:9

  20. Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tuberculosis) can replicate in the macrophage by interfering with many host protein functions. While it is far from known these host proteins for controlling M. tuberculosis infecti...

    Authors: Aikebaier Reheman, Xiaojian Cao, Yifan Wang, Xi Nie, Gang Cao, Wei Zhou, Bing Yang, Yingying Lei, Weipan Zhang, Muhammad Ahsan Naeem and Xi Chen
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:5
  21. Doxycycline hydrochloride and florfenicol combination (DoxHcl&FF) is an effective treatment for respiratory diseases. In the study, our objective was to evaluate the activity of DoxHcl&FF against Actinobacillus p...

    Authors: Yuanyuan Yuan, Boyu An, Shuyu Xie, Wei Qu, Haihong Hao, Lingli Huang, Wanhe Luo, Jixiang Liang and Dapeng Peng
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:3
  22. The risk of pathogen transmission continues to increase significantly in the presence of tick vectors due to the trade of livestock across countries. In Ghana, there is a lack of data on the incidence of tick-...

    Authors: Seth Offei Addo, Ronald Essah Bentil, Kevin Nii Yartey, Jane Ansah-Owusu, Eric Behene, Philip Opoku-Agyeman, Selassie Bruku, Victor Asoala, Suzanne Mate, John Asiedu Larbi, Philip Kweku Baidoo, Michael David Wilson, Joseph W. Diclaro II and Samuel K. Dadzie
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2023 3:1
  23. Salmonella is a significant foodborne zoonotic pathogen that endangers both human and animal health. The goal of this research is to gain a preliminary understanding of Salmonella contamination and antimicrobial ...

    Authors: Cuirong Wu, Lihui Liu, Yuxin Sui, Lulu Huang, Yang Chen, Haihong Hao, Yuanhu Pan, Zhenli Liu and Guyue Cheng
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:31

    The Correction to this article has been published in Animal Diseases 2023 3:2

  24. This report describes an outbreak and treatment of pneumonia and enteritis in a snake farm with more than 3000 snakes containing Elaphe carinata (one-year-old) and Ptyas mucosus (three-month-old) seedlings in Hua...

    Authors: Ying Xia, Siyu Long, Yuxuan Peng, Songkang Qin and Yaoqin Shen
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:30
  25. Lymnaeid snails are key intermediate hosts for the development and survival of Fasciola spp., the causative agent of Fascioliasis which are economically important parasites infecting humans and livestock globally...

    Authors: Lily Tran, Vignesh A. Rathinasamy and Travis Beddoe
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:29
  26. Mycoplasma synoviae (M. synoviae) infections have become an increasingly serious concern in China because they cause huge economic losses to the poultry industry. Antibiotic treatment is one of control strategies...

    Authors: Chun Wang, Naiji Zhou, Haopeng Liu, Rongkun Yang, Weitao Cui, Qingrong Xu, Yuncai Xiao, Sishun Hu, Rui Zhou, Zili Li and Zutao Zhou
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:28
  27. Fasciolosis and hydatidosis are the world’s most common zoonotic major parasitic ailments of domesticated animals with financial and public health implications. A cross-sectional study was conducted on 384 ran...

    Authors: Haben Fesseha and Isayas Asefa
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:27
  28. Influenza viruses not only cause respiratory illness, but also have been reported to elicit neurological manifestations following acute viral infection. The central nervous system (CNS) has a specific defense...

    Authors: Doaa Higazy, Xianwu Lin, Tanghui Xie, Ke Wang, Xiaochen Gao and Min Cui
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:25
  29. Brucellosis is an important zoonosis that results in substantial economic losses to the livestock industry through abortions and reduced milk yield. This study investigated an abortion outbreak in a dairy herd...

    Authors: Yu Wang, Yan Wang, Qingjie Peng, Zhijie Xiang, Yingyu Chen, Guiqiang Wang, Xijuan Wu, Aizhen Guo and Ian D. Robertson
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:24
  30. The acidic leucine-rich nuclear phosphoprotein 32 kDa (ANP32) family consists of evolutionarily conserved proteins of 220–291 amino acids characterized by an N-terminal leucine-rich repeat domain (LRR) and a C...

    Authors: Mengmeng Yu, Yuxing Qu, Haili Zhang and Xiaojun Wang
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:22
  31. The feasibility of a commercially available assay for C-reactive protein (CRP, CRP for humans: hCRP, and CRP for dogs: vCRP) and a trial reagent of serum amyloid A (SAA, vSAA for animals) were applied to the m...

    Authors: Tohru Kimura
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:21
  32. Toxoplasma gondii is a widespread parasitic pathogen that infect humans and all warm-blooded animals, causing abortion and stillbirth in pregnant women and animals, as well as life threatening toxoplasmosis in i...

    Authors: Jinling Chen, Lilan Xue, Hongxia Hu, Xiaoyan Yin, Hui Cao and Bang Shen
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:20
  33. Natural killer T (NKT) cells activated with the glycolipid ligand α-galactosylceramide (α-GalCer) stimulate a wide variety of immune cells that enhance vaccine-mediated immune responses. Several studies have u...

    Authors: Bianca L. Artiaga, Igor Morozov, Russell Ransburgh, Taeyong Kwon, Velmurugan Balaraman, Sabarish V. Indran, Darling Melany De Carvalho Madrid, Weihong Gu, Jamie Henningson, Wenjun Ma, Jürgen A. Richt and John P. Driver
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:19
  34. This experiment was conducted with lactating Chinese Holstein cows to study the nutritional value of local protein feed resources. A three-step method (TSP) and a modified three-step method (MTSP) were used to...

    Authors: Shuai Han, Fan Zhang, Yanli Zhao, Xiaoyu Guo, Xiaowei Zhu and Sumei Yan
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:17
  35. Feline calicivirus (FCV) is an important feline pathogen mainly causing upper respiratory tract disease, conjunctivitis, and stomatitis, and it is classified into genotype I and genotype II. To investigate the p...

    Authors: Longlong Cao, Qiuyan Li, Kaituo Shi, Liting Wei, Hehao Ouyang, Zijun Ye, Wenguang Du, Jiawen Ye, Xiaochen Hui, Jiakang Li, Shengbo Cao and Dengyuan Zhou
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:16
  36. African swine fever (ASF) is a highly lethal disease of domestic and wild swine caused by African swine fever virus (ASFV). The disease currently circulates in Africa, Europe, Asia and on the island of Hispani...

    Authors: Daniel W. Madden, Sun-Young Sunwoo, Natasha N. Gaudreault, Jessie D. Trujillo, Igor Morozov, Carmina Gallardo and Juergen A. Richt
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:14
  37. African swine fever virus (ASFV) is an important pathogen causing acute infectious disease in domestic pigs and wild boars that seriously endangers the global swine industry. As ASFV is structurally complex an...

    Authors: Mingyang Cheng, Jiawei Luo, Yuetong Duan, Yu Yang, Chunwei Shi, Yu Sun, Yiyuan Lu, Junhong Wang, Xiaoxu Li, Jianzhong Wang, Nan Wang, Wentao Yang, Yanlong Jiang, Guilian Yang, Yan Zeng, Chunfeng Wang…
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:13
  38. Mycoplasma capricolum subsp. capricolum (Mcc) is an important etiological agent of contagious agalactia (CA). CA affects small ruminants and is characterized by inducing mastitis, arthritis, kerato-conjunctivitis...

    Authors: Noha Semmate, Zaid Zouagui, Zouhair Elkarhat, Zahra Bamouh, Siham Fellahi, Noursaid Tligui, Zineb Boumart, Ouafaa Fassi Fihri and Mehdi El Harrak
    Citation: Animal Diseases 2022 2:12

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