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Mechanisms of coronavirus pathogenicity and virus-host interactions

AuthorsSolá Gurpegui, Isabel ; Morales, Lucía ; Oliveros, Juan C.; Cantón, Javier ; Fehr, Anthony R.; Fernandez-Delgado, Raúl ; Vigara, Gonzalo; tenOever, Benjamin Robert; Sánchez-Aparicio, María T.; García-Sastre, Adolfo; Perlman, Stanley; Enjuanes Sánchez, Luis
Issue Date21-May-2019
CitationConference on the Cooperation and Collaboration on Prevention and Control of Animal Diseases (2019)
AbstractCoronaviruses (CoVs) are important human and animal pathogens mainly causing respiratory and enteric infections with diverse severity. The presence of CoVs in bats, as animal reservoirs, and their ability for interspecies transmission have recently led to the emergence of novel CoVs responsible for epidemics in humans and livestock. In order to develop protection strategies against CoV infections, our laboratory is interested in the identification of (i) Viral factors involved in virulence and (ii) Host signaling pathways contributing to pathogenesis, using human coronaviruses SARS- and MERS-CoVs as model systems.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado en la Conference on the Cooperation and Collaboration on Prevention and Control of Animal Diseases, celebrada en Hangzhou (China), del 21 al 23 de mayo de 2019
Appears in Collections:(VICYT) Colección Especial COVID-19
(CNB) Comunicaciones congresos
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