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Ticks are important vectors of emerging and re-emerging pathogens. The aim of this study was to determine tick species occurring in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region (XUAR), especially on border regions. A total of 22,994 ticks (including 22,629 adults, 365 larvae and nymphs), belonging to six tick...

Author(s)
Sheng JinLiang; Jiang MengMeng; Yang MeiHua; Bo XinWen; Zhao ShanShan; Zhang YanYan; Wureli, H.; Wang BaoJu; Tu ChangChun; Wang YuanZhi
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 2019, 10, 3, pp 665-669
Abstract

Background: The remarkable diversity and mobility of Newcastle disease viruses (NDV) includes virulent viruses of genotype VI. These viruses are often referred to as pigeon paramyxoviruses 1 because they are normally isolated and cause clinical disease in birds from the Columbidae family. Genotype...

Author(s)
Sabra, M.; Dimitrov, K. M.; Goraichuk, I. V.; Wajid, A.; Sharma, P.; Williams-Coplin, D.; Basharat, A.; Rehmani, S. F.; Muzyka, D. V.; Miller, P. J.; Afonso, C. L.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Veterinary Research, 2017, 13, 291, pp (26 September 2017)
Abstract

Since its emergence in South East Asia in 2003, Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) A/H5N1 has reportedly caused outbreaks in poultry and/or wild birds in 62 countries, of which 24 were in Europe. Interestingly, out of the many genetic clades circulating in Asia, the westward spread of HPAI...

Author(s)
Cattoli, G.; Fusaro, A.; Monne, I.; Capua, I.
Publisher
Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI), Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Viruses, 2009, 1, 3, pp 1351-1363
Abstract

Technical and biological hurdles have precluded the retrieval of nuclear gene genealogies within most species. Among these obstacles, the possibility of intragenic recombination is one of the most demanding challenges. We studied the utility of nuclear genes for intraspecific evolutionary...

Author(s)
Antunes, A.; Templeton, A. R.; Guyomard, R.; Alexandrino, P.
Publisher
Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution, Lawrence, USA
Citation
Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2002, 19, 8, pp 1272-1287
Abstract

Publisher
Russian Journal of Nematology, Moscow, Russia
Citation
Russian Journal of Nematology, 2001, 9, 2, pp 143-168
Abstract

A phylogenetic analysis of relationships is carried out for the species of the mite genus Ensliniella, all of which are associated with eumenine vespid wasps of the genus Allodynerus. Vespacarus, Kennethiella and Monobiacarus are used as outgroups, following the results of an analysis of generic...

Author(s)
Klompen, J. S. H.; O'Connor, B. M.
Citation
Journal of Natural History, 1995, 29, 1, pp 111-135
Abstract

THE author criticises the widespread view, first expressed by Frank, that our modern horses originated from two ancestral types, one Eastern, the other Western. From his investigations in Central Asia and Mongolia he is inclined to trace the origin of the domestic horse to other two wild ancestors. ...

Author(s)
Rumjancev, B. F.
Citation
Izv. Akad. Nauk S. S. S. R., Otd. Mat. Est., 1936, 2/3, pp 415-448
Abstract

THE evolution and taxonomy of Bovidae are reviewed. The author considers the 5 groups of the subfamily-Bubalus, Bibos, Bison, Poephagus, and Bos- to be separate genera. He is inclined to include among the Taurinae the following extinct wild species which contributed to the origin and development of ...

Author(s)
Kolesnik, N. N.
Citation
Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR. Seriya Biologicheskaya, 1936, pp 375-414
Abstract

Although 14 years only have passed since the discovery of Leishmania donovani and L. trópica a very large number of papers have been published on these protozoa and the diseases produced by them; these articles are, however, to be found distributed throughout a large number of periodicals which are ...

Author(s)
Laveran, A.
Publisher
Paris: Masson et Cie.,
Citation
Leishmanioses. Kala-azar. Bouton d'Orient. Leishmaniose Americaine., 1917, pp iii + 521 pp.

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