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The list of new publications with authors from the Norwegian Veterinary Institute is updated weekly. For older publications go to the respective lists.











Shiga toxin-encoding genes (stx genes) in human faecal samples

Urdahl AM, Solheim HT, Vold L, Hasseltvedt V, Wasteson Y. APMIS 2013; 121 (3):202-210
[ - 17.07.13]

Edwardsiella piscicida sp. nov., a novel species pathogenic to fish

Abayneh T, Colquhoun DJ, Sorum H. JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY 2013; 114 (3):644-54
[ - 16.07.13]

Characterization of food spoilage fungi by FTIR spectroscopy

Shapaval V, Schmitt J, Moretro T, Suso HP, Skaar I, Asli AW, Lillehaug D, Kohler A. JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY 2013; 114 (3):788-96
[ - 16.07.13]

Parental exposure to natural mixtures of POPs reduced embryo production and altered gene transcription in zebrafish embryos

Lyche JL, Grzes IM, Karlsson C, Nourizadeh-Lillabadi R, Berg V,Kristoffersen AB, Skare JU, Alestrom P, Ropstad E. AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY 2013;126: 424-34
[ - 16.07.13]

DNA-Fragments Are Transcytosed across CaCo-2 Cells by Adsorptive Endocytosis and Vesicular Mediated Transport.

Johannessen LE, Spilsberg B, Wiik-Nielsen CR, Kristoffersen AB, Holst-Jensen A, Berdal KG. PLOS ONE 2013; 8 (2)
[ - 15.07.13]

Experimental parapoxvirus infection (contagious ecthyma) in semi-domesticated reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus)

Tryland M, Klein J, Berger T, Josefsen TD, das Neves CG, Oksanen A, Asbakk K. VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY 2013; 162 (2-4):499-506
[ - 11.07.13]

Timing and quantifying Aphanomyces astaci sporulation from the noble crayfish suffering from the crayfish plague

Makkonen J, Strand DA, Kokko H, Vralstad T, Jussila J. VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY 2013; 162 (2-4):750-5
[ - 11.07.13]

High prevalence of infections and pathological changes in burbot (Lota lota) from a polluted lake (Lake Mjosa, Norway)

Berg V, Zerihun MA, Jorgensen A, Lie E, Dale OB, Skaare JU, Lyche JL. CHEMOSPHERE 2013; 90 (5):1711-8
[ - 11.07.13]

Osmoregulatory disturbances in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., caused by the monogenean Gyrodactylus salaris

Pettersen RA, Hytterod S, Vollestad LA, Mo, TA. JOURNAL OF FISH DISEASES 2013; 36 (1):67-70
[ - 10.07.13]