- Detection of Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus GI.2/RHDV2/b in the Mediterranean Pine Vole ( Microtus duodecimcostatus) and White-Toothed Shrew ( Crocidura russula).
- Lethality of Brucella microti in a murine model of infection depends on the wbkE gene involved in O-polysaccharide synthesis
- Rabbit haemorrhagic disease: Cross-protection and comparative pathogenicity of GI.2/RHDV2/b and GI.1b/RHDV lagoviruses in a challenge trial.
- Concomitant Temperature Stress and Immune Activation may Increase Mortality Despite Efficient Clearance of an Intracellular Bacterial Infection in Atlantic Cod
- RegA plays a key role in oxygen-dependent establishment of persistence and in isocitrate lyase activity, a critical determinant of in vivo Brucella suis pathogenicity