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  • Gestational exposure to the cannabinoid WIN 55,212-2 and its effect on the innate intestinal immune response. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):20340Hernández-Cervantes R, Pérez-Torres A, … Morales Montor J
  • The consequences of marijuana consumption during pregnancy and its effects on the function of the immune system have been little studied. Marijuana is one of the most consumed recreational drugs among pregnant women, and it is known that gestational exposure to marijuana can have serious effects on the offspring after birth. In this study, we challenged the immune system of Wistar rats by infecti…
  • Zoonotic parasites of dromedary camels: so important, so ignored. [Review]
    Parasit Vectors 2019; 12(1):610Sazmand A, Joachim A, Otranto D
  • With a global population of about 35 million in 47 countries, dromedary camels play a crucial role in the economy of many marginal, desert areas of the world where they survive under harsh conditions. Nonetheless, there is scarce knowledge regarding camels' parasite fauna which can reduce their milk and meat productions. In addition, only scattered information is available about zoonotic parasite…
  • Regulation of host immune cells and cytokine production induced by Trichinella spiralis infection. [Journal Article]
    Parasite 2019; 26:74Song Y, Xu J, … Sun S
  • The nematode Trichinella spiralis can cause immunoregulation during the early phase of infection. However, previous studies are still insufficient for a full understanding of this phenomenon and its underlying mechanism. In this study, immune cells and cytokine profiles of T. spiralis infected mice were examined by Meso Scale Discovery (MSD) and flow cytometry. The MSD results of the spleen showe…
  • Reviewing the risk of feed as a vehicle for swine pathogen transmission. [Review]
    Vet Med Sci 2019Jones CK, Woodworth J, … Paulk CB
  • CONCLUSIONS: This risk can be maintained below critical status by minimizing the likelihood that a pathogen can enter the feed supply chain, such as by excluding high-risk ingredients from facilities, extending biosecurity to mills, and considering proactive mitigation strategies. In reality, all these actions may be necessary to prevent the detrimental transmission of porcine biological hazards into the US swine herd through the feed supply chain.
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