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Results for Query ‹ Henipavirus infectious disease risk

Syrian Hamster as an Animal Model for the Study on Infectious Diseases – Nipah Virus

Bat–man disease transmission: zoonotic pathogens from wildlife reservoirs to human populations – Coronaviridae

Identification of an Unclassified Paramyxovirus in Coleura afra: A Potential Case of Host Specificity – Introduction

Perspectives of public health laboratories in emerging infectious diseases – Category 1: ‘Known' infectious pathogens/agents occur in new ‘Niches'

Bat–man disease transmission: zoonotic pathogens from wildlife reservoirs to human populations – Paramyxoviridae

Transmission or Within-Host Dynamics Driving Pulses of Zoonotic Viruses in Reservoir–Host Populations – Field sampling of infection prevalence

Human Coronaviruses and Other Respiratory Viruses: Underestimated Opportunistic Pathogens of the Central Nervous System? – 3. Respiratory Viruses with Neuroinvasive and Neurotropic Properties: Possible Associated Neuropathologies

Syrian Hamster as an Animal Model for the Study on Infectious Diseases – Yellow Fever Virus

Isolation and characterization of novel bat paramyxovirus B16-40 potentially belonging to the proposed genus Shaanvirus – Introduction

Zoonotic Viral Diseases of Equines and Their Impact on Human and Animal Health – Western Equine Encephalitis

Zoonotic Viral Diseases of Equines and Their Impact on Human and Animal Health – Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis

Targeted Strategies for Henipavirus Therapeutics – ANIMAL MODELS

Nipah virus: epidemiology, pathology, immunobiology and advances in diagnosis, vaccine designing and control strategies – a comprehensive review – Public health significance and zoonotic aspects

Human Coronaviruses and Other Respiratory Viruses: Underestimated Opportunistic Pathogens of the Central Nervous System? – 2. Viruses as Plausible Etiologic Agents in Neurological Disorders

Vaccine Development for Nipah Virus Infection in Pigs – Current State of NiV Vaccine Development

Targeted Strategies for Henipavirus Therapeutics – INTRODUCTION

Molecular Detection of Adenoviruses, Rhabdoviruses, and Paramyxoviruses in Bats from Kenya – Introduction

Improving immunological insights into the ferret model of human viral infectious disease – Henipavirus

Transmission or Within-Host Dynamics Driving Pulses of Zoonotic Viruses in Reservoir–Host Populations – Longitudinal sampling of individuals

Improving immunological insights into the ferret model of human viral infectious disease – SARS‐CoV

A single-dose ChAdOx1-vectored vaccine provides complete protection against Nipah Bangladesh and Malaysia in Syrian golden hamsters – Heterologous challenge with NiV Malaysia or HeV of Syrian Golden hamsters vaccinated with ChAdOx1 NiVB

Vaccine Development for Nipah Virus Infection in Pigs – Nipah virus is an Emerging Pathogen With the Potential For Pandemic

A single-dose ChAdOx1-vectored vaccine provides complete protection against Nipah Bangladesh and Malaysia in Syrian golden hamsters – Protective efficacy of antibodies elicited by ChAdOx1 NiVB in Syrian hamsters

Chimpanzee adenoviral vectors as vaccines for outbreak pathogens – Nipah virus

Experimental infection of hamsters with avian paramyxovirus serotypes 1 to 9 – Introduction