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    • African swine fever virus infection in Classical swine fever subclinically infected wild boars 

      Cabezón Ponsoda, Óscar; Muñoz González, Sara; Colom-Cadena, Andreu; Rosell, Rosa; Lavín González, Santiago; Marco, Ignasi; Fraile Sauce, Lorenzo José; Martínez de la Riva, Paloma; Rodríguez, Fernando; Domínguez, Javier; Ganges, Llilianne (BioMed Central, 2017)
      Recently moderate-virulence classical swine fever virus (CSFV) strains have been proven capable of generating postnatal persistent infection (PI), defined by the maintenance of viremia and the inability to generate ...
    • Molecular Detection and Identification of Chlamydiaceae in the Eyes of Wild and Domestic Ruminant Hosts from Northern Spain 

      Dias-Alves, Andrea; Cabezón Ponsoda, Óscar; Borel, Nicole; López Olvera, Jorge R.; Mentaberre García, Gregorio; Lavín González, Santiago; Fernández-Aguilar, Xavier (MDPI, 2021-03-23)
      Infections by Chlamydiae are associated with ocular disease in humans and animals. In this study, the presence and diversity of Chlamydia spp. was assessed in diseased and healthy eyes of domestic sheep and wild ruminants ...
    • Sarcoptic mange in wild ruminants in Spain: solving the epidemiological enigma using microsatellite markers 

      Moroni, Barbara; Angelone, Samer; Pérez, Jesús María; Molinar Min, Anna Rita; Pasquetti, Mario; Tizzani, Paolo; López Olvera, Jorge R.; Valldeperes, Marta; Granados, José Enrique; Lavín González, Santiago; Mentaberre García, Gregorio; Camacho‑Sillero, Leonor; Martínez‑Carrasco, Carlos; Oleaga, Alvaro; Candela, Mónica; Meneguz, Pier Giuseppe; Rossi, Luca (BMC (part of Springer Nature), 2021-03-20)
      Background: In Spain, sarcoptic mange was first described in native wildlife in 1987 in Cazorla Natural Park, causing the death of nearly 95% of the local native population of Iberian ibex (Capra pyrenaica). Since then, ...