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Deuteromycotina (Blastomycetes). Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol. 26 286 291 Mims, C. A. (1981) Vertical transmission of

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SARS-CoV-2-fehérjék kimutatása immunhisztokémiai módszerrel emberi szövetekben.

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Detection of SARS-CoV-2 proteins by immunohistochemistry in human tissues.

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Adrián Pesti
,
Csaba Gyömörei
,
Péter Juhász
,
Endre Kálmán
,
András Kiss
,
Levente Kuthi
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Gábor Lotz
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Gábor Méhes
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Zsuzsa Schaff
, and
László Tiszlavicz

, Giunta MR, et al. Vertical transmission of coronavirus disease 2019: severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 RNA on the fetal side of the placenta in pregnancies with coronavirus disease

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Zoltán Kazy
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Erzsébet Puhó
, and
Endre Czeizel

Easmon, C. S. F., Hastings, M. J. G., Dedley, J. és mtsai: The effect of intrapartum chemoprophylaxis on the vertical transmission of group B streptococcus. B. J. Obstet. Gynecol., 1983, 90 , 633

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Genkai Kato, M., Yamamura, N. (1999) Evolution of mutualistic symbiosis without vertical transmission. Theoret. Pop. Biol. 55 , 309-323. Evolution of mutualistic symbiosis without vertical transmission

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Galperin, M., Graf, S., Kenigsbuch, D., 2003: Seed treatment prevents vertical transmission of Fusarium moniliforme , making a significant contribution to disease control. Phytoparasitica, 31, 344

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. 33. K.A. Callicott V. Friethriksdottir 2006 Lack of evidence for vertical transmission of Campylobacter spp

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors:
Kerstin Stingl
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M.-T. Knüver
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P. Vogt
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C. Buhler
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N.-J. Krüger
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K. Alt
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B.-A. Tenhagen
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M. Hartung
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A. Schroeter
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L. Ellerbroek
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B. Appel
, and
A. Käsbohrer

D.S. Needleman N.J. Stern 2006 Lack of evidence for vertical transmission of Campylobacter spp. in chickens Appl Environ

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors:
Johannes Reif
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René Renzhammer
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René Brunthaler
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Christiane Weissenbacher-Lang
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Angelika Auer
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Heinrich Kreutzmann
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Robert Fux
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Andrea Ladinig
, and
Christine Unterweger

vertical transmission to fetuses. However, it is unclear to what extent vertical PCV2 transmission occurs under field conditions, especially if sows are infected subclinically ( Madson and Opriessnig, 2011 ). Interestingly, mummification was only observed

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pronounced [ 74 ]. Transmission of this pathogen is usually through the respiratory system in the form of direct nose-to-nose contact (horizontal transmission), however, vertical transmission through the genital tract during farrowing has also been described

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