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ETUDE DES PROPRIETES BIOPHYSIQUES DES VIRIONS ET DES COMPOSES VIRAUX DU VIRUS DE LA PESTE PORCINELIKHACHEV NV; MEL'NIKOVA LA; NIKOLAEVA NP et al.1978; DOKL. VSESOJUZ. AKAD. SEL'SKOKHOZ. NAUK V.I. LENINA; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1978; NO 1; PP. 29-31; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

The classical swine fever virus N-terminal protease Npro binds to cellular HAX-1JOHNS, Helen L; DOCEUL, Virginie; EVERETT, Helen et al.Journal of general virology. 2010, Vol 91, pp 2677-2686, issn 0022-1317, 10 p., 11Article

High titre Hog Cholera virus production on cytodex 3® microcarrier culturesCAIJ, A; DE SMET, A; DUBOIS, N et al.Archives of virology. 1989, Vol 105, Num 1-2, pp 113-118, issn 0304-8608Article

Characterization of Essential Domains and Plasticity of the Classical Swine Fever Virus Core ProteinRIEDEL, Christiane; LAMP, Benjamin; HEIMANN, Manuela et al.Journal of virology. 2010, Vol 84, Num 21, pp 11523-11531, issn 0022-538X, 9 p.Article

Biosynthesis of Classical Swine Fever Virus Nonstructural ProteinsLAMP, Benjamin; RIEDEL, Christiane; ROMAN-SOSA, Gleyder et al.Journal of virology. 2011, Vol 85, Num 7, pp 3607-3620, issn 0022-538X, 14 p.Article

Cytopathogenicity of Classical Swine Fever Virus Correlates with Attenuation in the Natural HostGALLEI, Andreas; BLOME, Sandra; GILGENBACH, Stefanie et al.Journal of virology. 2008, Vol 82, Num 19, pp 9717-9729, issn 0022-538X, 13 p.Article

Classical swine fever virus Npro interacts with interferon regulatory factor 3 and induces its proteasomal degradationBAUHOFER, Oliver; SUMMERFIELD, Artur; SAKODA, Yoshihiro et al.Journal of virology. 2007, Vol 81, Num 7, pp 3087-3096, issn 0022-538X, 10 p.Article

The development of an international reference panel of monoclonal antibodies for the differentiation of hog cholera virus from other pestivirusesEDWARDS, S; MOENNIG, V; WENSVOORT, G et al.Veterinary microbiology (Amsterdam). 1991, Vol 29, Num 2, pp 101-108, issn 0378-1135Article

An E2 sub-unit marker vaccine does not prevent horizontal or vertical transmission of classical swine fever virusDEWULF, J; LAEVENS, H; KOENEN, F et al.Vaccine. 2001, Vol 20, Num 1-2, pp 86-91, issn 0264-410XArticle

SWINE VESICULAR DISEASE VIRUSES ISOLATED FROM HEALTHY PIGS IN NON-EPIZOOTIC PERIODKODAMA M; OGAWA T; SAITO T et al.1980; NATL. INST. ANIM. HEALTH Q.; ISSN 0027-951X; JPN; DA. 1980; VOL. 20; NO 1; PP. 1-10; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

HOG CHOLERA VIRUS: SENSITIVITY TO HYDROLYTIC ENZYMES.LAUDE H.1977; ANN. RECH. VETER.; FR.; DA. 1977; VOL. 8; NO 1; PP. 59-65; ABS. FR.; BIBL. 2 P.Article

ISOELECTRIC FOCUSING OF HOG CHOLERA VIRUS.LAUDE H.1977; ANN. RECH. VETER.; FR.; DA. 1977; VOL. 8; NO 1; PP. 73-77; ABS. FR.; BIBL. 1 P.Article

PESTE PORCINA AFRICANA: OBSERVACIONES SOBRE MODIFICACION ESPONTANEA DE ALGUNAS PROPIEDADES DEL VIRUS DE CAMPO. = PESTE PORCINE AFRICAINE: OBSERVATION DE LA MODIFICATION SPONTANEE DE QUELQUES PROPRIETES DU VIRUS SAUVAGESANCHEZ BOTIJA C; ORDAS A; SOLANA A et al.1976; AN. INST. INVEST. VETER.; ESP; DA. 1976-1977; VOL. 24; PP. 7-17; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

OCCURRENCE OF CONTAMINATING VIRUSES IN VARIOUS SWINE FEVER VIRUS STRAINS. II. STUDIES ON GILLESPIE'S CYTOPATHIC TYPE-A STRAIN AND ON OTHER STRAINS.BODON L.1975; ACTA VETER. ACAD. SCI. HUNGAR.; HONGR.; DA. 1975; VOL. 25; NO 4; PP. 291-296; ABS. RUSSE; BIBL. 1/2 P.Article

COMPARAISON DE DEUX METHODES IN VITRO DE TITRAGE DES ANTICORPS NEUTRALISANT LE VIRUS DE LA PESTE PORCINE CLASSIQUE.CORTHIER G.1976; ANN. RECH. VETER.; FR.; DA. 1976 PARU 1977; VOL. 7; NO 4; PP. 349-360; ABS. ANGL.; BIBL. 1 P.Article

A NOTE ON THE USE OF BUFFALO CALF KIDNEY CULTURES FOR PROLIFERATION OF TISSUE CULTURE RINDERPEST VIRUS.BANSAL RP; JOSHI RC; KUMAR S et al.1975; INDIAN J. ANIMAL SCI.; INDIA; DA. 1975 PARU 1977; VOL. 45; NO 11; PP. 913-914; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

The feasibility of a novel bioreactor for vaccine production of classical swine fever virusWU, Sheng-Chi; LIAU, Ming-Yi; LIN, Ya-Ching et al.Vaccine. 2013, Vol 31, Num 6, pp 867-872, issn 0264-410X, 6 p.Article

Classical swine fever virus NS5B protein suppresses the inhibitory effect of NS5A on viral translation by binding to NS5ACHUN SHENG; JING WANG; JING XIAO et al.Journal of general virology. 2012, Vol 93, pp 939-950, issn 0022-1317, 12 p., 5Article

Classical swine fever virus inhibits nitric oxide production in infected macrophagesZAFFUTO, K. M; PICCONE, M. E; BURRAGE, T. G et al.Journal of general virology. 2007, Vol 88, pp 3007-3012, issn 0022-1317, 6 p., 11Article

Phylogenetic analysis of classical swine fever virus in TaiwanPAN, C. H; JONG, M. H; HUANG, T. S et al.Archives of virology. 2005, Vol 150, Num 6, pp 1101-1119, issn 0304-8608, 19 p.Article

Genetic typing of classical swine fever virusPATON, D. J; MCGOLDRICK, A; GREISER-WILKE, I et al.Veterinary microbiology (Amsterdam). 2000, Vol 73, Num 2-3, pp 137-157, issn 0378-1135Conference Paper

Susceptibility of a minipig kidney cell line (MPK) to hog cholera virusBUONAVOGLIA, C; FALCONE, E; PESTALOZZA, S et al.Microbiologica (Bologna). 1988, Vol 11, Num 3, pp 263-264, issn 0391-5352Article

A DIRECT PLAQUE ASSAY FOR HOG CHOLERA VIRUS.LAUDE H.1978; J. GEN. VIROL.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 40; NO 1; PP. 225-228; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

Classical swine feverPATON, David; EDWARDS, Steven.Veterinary microbiology (Amsterdam). 2000, Vol 73, Num 2-3, issn 0378-1135, 165 p.Conference Proceedings

Classical Swine Fever Virus Npro Limits Type I Interferon Induction in Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cells by Interacting with Interferon Regulatory Factor 7FIEBACH, Ana R; GUZYLACK-PIRIOU, Laurence; PYTHON, Sylvie et al.Journal of virology. 2011, Vol 85, Num 16, pp 8002-8011, issn 0022-538X, 10 p.Article

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