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  • Enteroviral infection in Greek AIDS patients 

    Papaventsis, D.; Markoulatos, P.; Mangafas, N.; Lazanas, M.; Levidiotou-Stefanou, S. (2004)
    Objective: Prolonged intestinal replication of polioviruses has not previously been studied in Greek AIDS patients. The objective of our study was to estimate the prevalence of enteroviral infections in this population. ...
  • A model to account for the consequences of host nutrition on the outcome of gastrointestinal parasitism in sheep: Logic and concepts 

    Vagenas, D.; Bishop, S. C.; Kyriazakis, I. (2007)
    A deterministic, dynamic simulation model is developed to account for the interactions between gastrointestinal parasitism and host nutrition, and predict their consequences on performance and level of parasitism of sheep. ...
  • Recovery of Salmonella enterica from seropositive finishing pig herds 

    Lo Fo Wong, D. M. A.; Dahl, J.; Van Der Wolf, P. J.; Wingstrand, A.; Leontides, L.; Von Altrock, A. (2003)
    The aim of this study was to assess the probability of detecting Salmonella from pen faecal samples in seropositive classified finishing pig herds. The study involved 77 herds from Denmark (20), The Netherlands (20), Greece ...
  • Vaccine derived bi- and multi-recombinant Sabin strains 

    Paximadi, E.; Karakasiliotis, I.; Bolanaki, E.; Krikelis, A.; Markoulatos, P. (2007)
    A retrospective analysis of five Sabin intertypic recombinant strains, isolated from human feacal specimens during the time period 1978-1985 in Greece, was performed by RT-PCR, Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism ...