Michael Park

  • This finding, that low virulence-high Mx inducing VHSV isolates versus virulent-low Mx inducing VHSV isolates, could provide an important insight into VHSV pathogenesis. Whilst viral induction of Mx in various fish species is well known, the inhibition of the Mx1 gene expression observed in our co-inoculation assays with J167 in both rainbow trout…[Read more]

  • The first apparent recognition of BT in the United States (US) occurred in 1948 as a BT-like illness of sheep in Texas termed “soremuzzle”, but BTV was not isolated until 1952 following an outbreak of the disease in California (McKercher et al., 1953; Price and Hardy, 1954). BT was regarded as an emerging disease in the 1960’s and 1970’s because…[Read more]

  • Only limited knowledge is available to the antimicrobial susceptibility of H. parasuis. This pathogen is associated with polyserositis and arthritis (Glässer’s disease). In the acute form it might only be associated with pneumonia and septicemia without polyserositis. Martin de la Fuente et al. (2007) have compared the antimicrobial su…[Read more]

  • Michael Park posted an update 5 months ago

    As one can easily imagine, the case of few jasplakinolide paths typically characterizes NLOS propagation. Nonetheless, even a LOS channel can present few dominant paths. In fact, let us now consider the Digital Video Broadcasting—Handheld (DVB-H) standard [16], where multiple antenna transmission is exploited (see Fig. 2). Hence, it is possible t…[Read more]

  • Figure 1. Flow diagram of the study population.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload high-quality image (83 K)Download as PowerPoint slideImaging Protocol of Dynamic Chest Radiology (“Dynamic X-Ray Phrenicography”)Posteroanterior dynamic chest radiography (“dynamic X-ray phrenicography”) was performed using a prototype system (Konica…[Read more]

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