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Since 2010, variant strains of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) have caused disasters in the pork industry. The spike (S) protein, as the major immunity-eliciting antigen, has previously been used for serological testing and has been found to correlate significantly with the results of ..., Abstract
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Diverse species of rodents and shrews,which are abundant worldwide,harbor a variety of viruses; some of these are closely related to human viruses and possess zoonotic potential.Previously studies have demonstrated that the mammarenavirus and hantavirus carried by rodents or shrews could cause ..., Abstract
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Innate immunity provides immediate defense against viral infection.Influenza A virus (IAV) is able to get past the first line of defense.Elucidation of the molecular interaction between influenza factors and the newly recognized host players in the innate response might help in our understanding of ..., Abstract
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Rasmussen's encephalitis (RE) is a rare and severe progressive epileptic syndrome with unknown etiology.Infection by viruses,including human cytomegalovirus (HCMV),has been speculated to be a potential trigger for RE.However,no viral antigens have been detected in the brains of patients with ..., Abstract
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Rabies, a zoonotic disease, causes > 55,000 human deaths globally and results in at least 500 million dollars in losses every year. The currently available rabies vaccines are mainly inactivated and attenuated vaccines, which have been linked with clinical diseases in animals. Thus, a ..., Abstract
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