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  • European brown hare syndrome in wild European brown hares from Greece 

    Billinis, C.; Psychas, V.; Tontis, D. K.; Spyrou, V.; Birtsas, P. K.; Sofia, M.; Likotrafitis, F.; Maslarinou, O. M.; Kanteres, D. (2005)
    From 1999 to mid-2003, 97 European brown hares (Lepus europaeus) found dead throughout Greece were examined by necropsy, histopathology, and reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) for the presence of ...
  • Polarisation of Major Histocompatibility Complex II Host Genotype with Pathogenesis of European Brown Hare Syndrome Virus 

    Iacovakis, C.; Mamuris, Z.; Moutou, K. A.; Touloudi, A.; Hammer, A. S.; Valiakos, G.; Giannoulis, T.; Stamatis, C.; Spyrou, V.; Athanasiou, L. V.; Kantere, M.; Asferg, T.; Giannakopoulos, A.; Salomonsen, C. M.; Bogdanos, D.; Birtsas, P.; Petrovska, L.; Hannant, D.; Billinis, C. (2013)
    A study was conducted in order to determine the occurrence of European Brown Hare Syndrome virus (EBHSV) in Denmark and possible relation between disease pathogenesis and Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) host genotype. ...