Mechanisms in the Pathogenesis of Enteric Diseases 2

  • Prem S. Paul
  • David H. Francis

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 473)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Fergus Shanahan
    Pages 1-9
  3. L. Enjuanes, I. Sola, A. Izeta, J. M. Sánchez-Morgado, J. M. González, S. Alonso et al.
    Pages 31-45
  4. Marian C. Horzinek
    Pages 61-72
  5. Mary K. Estes, Andrew P. Morris
    Pages 73-82
  6. Rodney A. Moxley, Gerald E. Duhamel
    Pages 83-101
  7. Richard L. Guerrant, Aldo A. M. Lima, Manuel Barboza, Sharon Young, Terezinha Silva, Leah Barrett et al.
    Pages 103-112
  8. Ahmad M. Al-Majali, Elikplimi K. Asem, Carlton Lamar, J. Paul Robinson, James Freeman, A. Mahdi Saeed
    Pages 113-123
  9. Frédéric Goffaux, Bernard China, Laurence Janssen, Vinciane Pirson, Jacques Mainil
    Pages 129-136
  10. Ahmad M. Al-Majali, J. Paul Robinson, Elikplimi K. Asem, Carlton Lamar, M. James Freeman, A. Mahdi Saeed
    Pages 137-145
  11. David H. Francis, Alan K. Erickson, Philippe A. Grange
    Pages 147-154
  12. Nancy A. Cornick, Ilze Matise, James E. Samuel, Brad T. Bosworth, Harley W. Moon
    Pages 155-161
  13. Ilze Matise, Theerapol Sirinarumitr, Brad T. Bosworth, Harley W. Moon
    Pages 163-171
  14. Evelyn A. Dean-Nystrom, Brad T. Bosworth, Harley W. Moon
    Pages 173-177
  15. Hongyan An, John M. Fairbrother, Clarisse Desautels, Josée Harel
    Pages 179-184
  16. Alojz Bomba, Radomíra Nemcová, Soña Gancarčíková, Róbert Herich, Rudolf Kaštel
    Pages 185-190
  17. Michael E. Konkel, Bong J. Kim, Vanessa Rivera-Amill, Steven G. Garvis
    Pages 215-224
  18. Vanessa Rivera-Amill, Michael E. Konkel
    Pages 225-229
  19. Sean A. Gray, Michael E. Konkel
    Pages 231-235
  20. Roger B. Harvey, Robin C. Anderson, Colin R. Young, Michael E. Hume, Kenneth J. Genovese, Richard L. Ziprin et al.
    Pages 237-239
  21. Mitchell S. Abrahamsen
    Pages 241-247
  22. Jerome C. Nietfeld, Teresa J. Yeary, Randall J. Basaraba, Konrad Schauenstein
    Pages 249-260
  23. Renée M. Tsolis, Robert A. Kingsley, Stacy M. Townsend, Thomas A. Ficht, L. Garry Adams, Andreas J. Bäumler
    Pages 261-274
  24. T. S. Wallis, M. Wood, P. Watson, S. Paulin, M. Jones, E. Galyov
    Pages 275-280
  25. Isaacson R. E., Argyilan C., Kwan L., Patterson S., Yoshinaga K.
    Pages 281-289
  26. Leigh A. Farrington, Roger B. Harvey, Sandra A. Buckley, Larry H. Stanker, Peter D. Inskip
    Pages 291-297
  27. Kenneth J. Genovese, Robin C. Anderson, David E. Nisbet, Roger B. Harvey, Virginia K. Lowry, Sandra Buckley et al.
    Pages 299-307
  28. Theresa B. Kuhlenschmidt, William P. Hanafin, Howard B. Gelberg, Mark S. Kuhlenschmidt
    Pages 309-317
  29. Lucía Cárdenas-Freytag, Elly Cheng, Aysha Mirza
    Pages 319-337
  30. Back Matter
    Pages 339-340

About this book


This book, Mechanisms in the Pathogenesis of Enteric Diseases 2, is an out­ come of the Second International Rushmore Conference on Mechanisms in the Pathogenesis of Enteric Diseases, held September 3D-October 3, 1998 in Rapid City, South Dakota, USA. Its chapters represent many of the reviews and papers presented at the conference. The meeting was organized by members of the North-Central Regional Research Committee "NC-62", a consortium of researchers of bovine and swine enteric diseases from land-grant institutions supported by the United States Department of Agriculture. The Rushmore Conferences were conceived as a forum for an interdiscipli­ nary discussion of mechanisms of infectious enteric diseases. It was intended that such a discussion would stimulate cross-pollination of ideas, and nurture synergistic collabora­ tions among scientists who might otherwise not interact. Enteric diseases are caused by widely divergent pathogens and parasites in broadly different settings, and affect multi­ ple organ systems. Some enteric diseases affect a single species, while others may affect multiple species, perhaps including human beings. Some enteric diseases were present in antiquity, while others have recently emerged. Knowledge regarding a particular disease or pathogen has frequently proven useful in understanding another disease or pathogen, because common themes in pathogenesis exist. As this knowledge base grows,strategies in the prevention and control of various enteric diseases often converge. Cross-discipli­ nary discussions and collaborations facilitate growth of this knowledge base, as well as development of tools for disease interdiction.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Prem S. Paul
    • 1
  • David H. Francis
    • 2
  1. 1.Iowa State UniversityAmesUSA
  2. 2.South Dakota State UniversityBrookingsUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers, New York 1999
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-6858-8
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-4143-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2598
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