Sample records for VIRUS DE LOS SIMIOS (simian virus)
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Virus en primates no humanos: Zoonosis, Antroponosis y Biodiversidad/ VIRUS IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES: ZOONOSIS, ANTHROPONOSIS AND BIODIVERSITY/ VIRUS EM PRIMATAS NÃO HUMANOS: ZOONOSES, ANTROPONOSES E BIODIVERSIDADE

Pujol, Flor H.
2006-06-01

Resumen en portugués Os primatas não humanos são hospedeiros de patógenos que podem infectar ao homem por transmissão zoonótica. O melhor exemplo deste risco é a origem dos vírus da imunodeficiência humana 1 e 2. Muitos dos primatas não humanos estão em vias de extinção e ao mesmo tempo sob risco de adquirir doenças dos humanos, como por exemplo, a infecção pelo vírus pólio. Finalmente, existem diferenças interessantes quanto ao grau de susceptibilidade a distintos agentes v (mas) irais, entre os primatas do Novo Mundo e do Velho Mundo. Por exemplo, já foram descritos 40 retrovírus da imunodeficiência símia que infectam símios do Velho Mundo, sendo que nenhum destes têm a capacidade de infectar os primatas do Novo Mundo. O estudo das infecções virais em primatas não humanos é de grande importância para a preservação da biodiversidade assim como para a prevenção de epidemias de grande impacto na saúde humana. Resumen en español Los primates no humanos son huéspedes de patógenos que pueden infectar al hombre por transmisión zoonótica. El mejor ejemplo de este riesgo es el origen de los virus de inmunodeficiencia humana 1 y 2. Muchos de los primates no humanos están en vías de extinción y a su vez a riesgo de adquirir enfermedades de humanos, como por ejemplo la infección por virus polio. Finalmente, existen diferencias interesantes en el grado de susceptibilidad a distintos agentes virale (mas) s entre los primates del Nuevo Mundo y del Viejo Mundo. Por ejemplo, se han descrito 40 retrovirus de inmunodeficiencia simia que infectan simios del Viejo Mundo y ninguno que infecte a primates del Nuevo Mundo. El estudio de las infecciones virales en primates no humanos reviste importancia tanto para la preservación de la biodiversidad como para la prevención de epidemias de gran impacto en salud humana. Resumen en inglés Nonhuman primates can harbour pathogens that might infect humans through zoonotic transmission. The best example of this threat is the origin of human immunodeficiency viruses 1 and 2. Several nonhuman primate species are endangered and might be in turn at risk of acquiring infection through human contacts, like poliovirus infection. Finally, interesting differences have been described in the degree of susceptibility to different viral agents between New World and Old Wor (mas) ld primates. For example, up to 40 different simian retroviruses have been identified infecting simians from the Old World but none has been found infecting New World primates. The study of viral infection in nonhuman primates is important for preserving biodiversity as well as to prevent epidemics with a significant impact on human health.

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Synthetic or natural peptides binding protein phosphatase 2A, identification method and uses

Garcia, Alphonse; Cayla, Xavier; Rebollo, Angelita; Langsley, Gordon
2005-01-01

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Seroprevalence and Genomic Divergence of Circulating Strains of Feline Immunodeficiency Virus among Felidae and Hyaenidae Species

Troyer, Jennifer L.; Pecon-Slattery, Jill; Roelke, Melody E.; Johnson, Warren; VandeWoude, Sue; Vazquez-Salat, Nuria

Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) infects numerous wild and domestic feline species and is closely related to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV). Species-specific strains of FIV have been described for domestic cat (Felis catus), puma (Puma concolor), lion (...

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Seroprevalence and Genomic Divergence of Circulating Strains of Feline Immunodeficiency Virus among Felidae and Hyaenidae Species

Troyer, Jennifer L.; Pecon-Slattery, Jill; Roelke, Melody E.; Johnson, Warren E.; VandeWoude, Sue; Vazquez-Salat, Nuria; Brown, Meredith; Frank, Laurence; Woodroffe, Rosie; Winterbach, Christiaan; Hemson, Graham; Bush, Mitch; Alexander, Kathleen A.; Revilla, Eloy; O'Brien, Stephen J.
2005-07-01

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Role of Insulin Receptor and Balance in Insulin Receptor Isoforms A and B in Regulation of Apoptosis in Simian Virus 40-immortalized Neonatal Hepatocytes

Nevado, Carmen; Benito, Manuel; Martínez Valverde, Ángela

Copyright © by American Society for Cell Biology.-- Final full-text version of the paper available at: http://www.molbiolcell.org/content/vol19/issue3/ | We have investigated the unique role of the insulin receptor (IR) and the balance of its isoforms A and B in the regulation of apoptosis in simian...

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Immortalized mouse mammary fibroblasts lacking dioxin receptor have impaired tumorigenicity in a subcutaneous mouse xenograft model.

Mulero-Navarro, Sonia; Pozo-Guisado, Eulalia; Pérez-Mancera, P. A.; Alvarez-Barrientos, Alberto; Catalina-Fernández, Inmaculada; Hernández-Nieto, Emilia; Sáenz-Santamaria, Javier; Martínez, Natalia; Rojas, José M.; Sánchez-García, I.; Fernández-Salguero, P.
2005-06-09

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HIV protease cleaves poly(A)-binding protein

Alvarez, Enrique; Catelló, Alfredo; Menéndez-Arias, Luis; Carrasco, Luis
2006-05-15

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Differential CD4+ versus CD8+ T-Cell Responses Elicited by Different Poxvirus-Based Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Vaccine Candidates Provide Comparable Efficacies in Primates

Mooij, Petra; Balla-Jhagjhoorsingh, Sunita S.; Koopman, Gerrit; Beenhakker, Niels; Van Haaften, Patricia; Baak, Ilona; Nieuwenhuis, Ivonne G.; Kondova, Ivanela; Wagner, Ralf; Wolf, Hans; Gómez, Carmen E.; Nájera García, José Luis; Jiménez, Victoria; Esteban, Mariano; Heeney, Jonathan L.
2008-01-09

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Virus de inmunodeficiencia bovina

Daffner, J.; Scortti, M.
1997-01-01

Resumen en español Al presente, existe un número considerable de conocimientos sobre la biología molecular del VIB. Posee el genoma más complejo de los lentivirus no primates y contiene genes accesorios que son usados positivamente para regular la expresión genómica, en forma similar a la exhibida por los lentivirus primates. La infección por VIB en bovinos no produce enfermedad clínica aguda, en ausencia de cofactores, en similitud a lo que ocurre con otros lentivirus de reducida pa (mas) togenicidad, involucrando, quizás, mecanismos de adaptación. La susceptibilidad de los bovinos a la infección por VIB puede depender de la cepa viral involucrada, así como de factores ambientales y de manejo. En este sentido es importante poder determinar qué factores regulan positivamente la expresión del VIB y mejoran la patogenicidad Resumen en inglés At present, a considerable amount of knowledge has accumulated about the molecular biology of bovine immunodeficiency-like virus -BIV-. BIV has the most complex genome of the nonprimate lentiviruses and contains a series of accessory genes that are used to positively regulate virus gene expression in a fashion similar to that exhibited by the primate lentiviruses. This similarity in BIV and primate lentivirus accessory gene function may help in efforts to elucidate the ro (mas) le of accessory genes in lentivirus replication and pathogenicity. BIV infection of cattle does not produce acute clinical diseases in the absence of cofactors, and thus is typical of most other ungulate and simian lentiviruses with reduced pathogenicity, which have naturally evolved during virus-host adaptation. This finding contrasts with more acutely pathogenic lentiviruses, such as SIVpbj and MVV strain K1772. They have recently mutated to forms that induce a rapid clinical disease and a quick death for the host. In any event, bovine susceptibility to BIV disease may depend upon BIV strains, but also on bovine breeds and environmental factors. It thus will be important to determine the factors that regulate BIV expression and enhance pathogenicity

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