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Articles by Mahsa Khosravi
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  Faeze Shafi Naderi , Fateme Sefid , Mahsa Khosravi , Fourozan Esmaili Dahaj , Haniye Ashkani , Fateme Sharaf Nahal and Golnaz Kalantari
  Vibrio harveyi is one of the important aquatic pathogens founded predominately in marine habitats. The gram-negative bacterium can cause infection in a broad range of marine vertebrates and invertebrates, involving fishsh, shrimp, lobster and mollusk. Until now, the traditional forms of vaccines against V. harveyi have been produced including killed whole bacterial cells (mostly) and extracellular products (in part). In addition to these vaccines, currently a number of protein-based (in fact recombinant subunit) vaccines have been manufactures and are shown to be effective against some V. harveyi starins.
  Fateme Sharaf Nahal , Fateme Sefid , Golnaz Kalantari , Faeze Shafi Naderi , Mahsa Khosravi , Fourozan Esmaili Dahaj and Haniye Ashkani
  Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae is the causative agent of acute and chronic pleuroneumonia that is responsible for substantial morbidity and mortality in the pig industry. New improved vaccines that can protect against all serotypes and prevent colonization are required. Previous studies showed that whole cells of Propionibacterium acnes protected pigs from A. pleuropneumoniae serotype 1 and 5 and therefore the basis for a promising heterologous vaccine. The aim of this study was to identify those protein antigens of P. acnes responsible for protection against A. pleuropneumoniae infection. Antibodies that are induced by recombinant PASsb cross-react with epitopes in the ApxIV and ZnuA proteins of A. pleuropneumoniae. ZnuA is a known A. pleuropneumoniae immunogenic protein and is required for virulence.
 
 
 
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