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  1. The editors of Journal of Neuroinflammation would like to thank all our reviewers who have contributed to the journal in Volume 12 (2015).

    Authors: Sue T Griffin and Robert E Mrak
    Citation: Journal of Neuroinflammation 2016 13:58
  2. Experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) depends on the initial activation of CD4+ T cells responsive to myelin autoantigens. The key antigen presenting cell (APC) population that drives the activation of ...

    Authors: Richard J Mellanby, Helen Cambrook, Darryl G Turner, Richard A O’Connor, Melanie D Leech, Florian C Kurschus, Andrew S MacDonald, Bernd Arnold and Stephen M Anderton
    Citation: Journal of Neuroinflammation 2012 9:248
  3. Emerging evidence suggests an important role of vitamin D in the establishment and maintenance of pregnancy, and the regulation of foetal growth across mammalian species. However, the temporal changes in mater...

    Authors: Claire Stenhouse, Emma Hurst, Richard J. Mellanby and Cheryl J. Ashworth
    Citation: Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology 2022 13:106
  4. Backfat thickness is an important carcass composition trait for pork production and is commonly included in swine breeding programmes. In this paper, we report the results of a large genome-wide association st...

    Authors: Miguel Gozalo-Marcilla, Jaap Buntjer, Martin Johnsson, Lorena Batista, Federico Diez, Christian R. Werner, Ching-Yi Chen, Gregor Gorjanc, Richard J. Mellanby, John M. Hickey and Roger Ros-Freixedes
    Citation: Genetics Selection Evolution 2021 53:76
  5. Over 20 000 people die from rabies each year in India. At least 95 % of people contract rabies from an infected dog. Annual vaccination of over 70 % of the dog population has eliminated both canine and human r...

    Authors: Andrew D. Gibson, Praveen Ohal, Kate Shervell, Ian G. Handel, Barend M. Bronsvoort, Richard J. Mellanby and Luke Gamble
    Citation: BMC Infectious Diseases 2015 15:589
  6. Rabies is a fatal but preventable viral disease, which causes an estimated 59 000 human deaths globally every year. The vast majority of human rabies cases are attributable to bites from infected domestic dogs...

    Authors: Orla Marron, Gareth Thomas, Jordana L. Burdon Bailey, Dagmar Mayer, Paul O. Grossman, Frederic Lohr, Andy D. Gibson, Luke Gamble, Patrick Chikungwa, Julius Chulu, Ian G. Handel, Barend M. de C Bronsvoort, Richard J. Mellanby and Stella Mazeri
    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2020 9:62
  7. Body weight (BW) is an economically important trait in the broiler (meat-type chickens) industry. Under the assumption of polygenicity, a “large” number of genes with “small” effects is expected to control BW....

    Authors: Christos Dadousis, Adriana Somavilla, Joanna J. Ilska, Martin Johnsson, Lorena Batista, Richard J. Mellanby, Denis Headon, Paolo Gottardo, Andrew Whalen, David Wilson, Ian C. Dunn, Gregor Gorjanc, Andreas Kranis and John M. Hickey
    Citation: Genetics Selection Evolution 2021 53:70
  8. The transition from veterinary student to member of the veterinary profession is known to be challenging. This study aimed to determine and compare the opinions of final year veterinary students and recent gra...

    Authors: Susan M Rhind, Sarah Baillie, Tierney Kinnison, Darren J Shaw, Catriona E Bell, Richard J Mellanby, Jenny Hammond, Neil PH Hudson, Rachel E Whittington and Ruth Donnelly
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2011 11:64
  9. The active form of the vitamin D3, 1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 (1,25-(OH)2D3) has been shown to have major effects not only on physiological processes but also on the regulation of the immune system of vertebrates. ...

    Authors: Yolanda Corripio-Miyar, Richard J. Mellanby, Katy Morrison and Tom N. McNeilly
    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2017 13:390
  10. Rabies is estimated to cause 59,000 deaths and economic losses of US$8.6 billion every year. Despite several years of rabies surveillance and awareness programmes, increased availability of post-exposure proph...

    Authors: Carlos Sánchez-Soriano, Andrew D. Gibson, Luke Gamble, Jordana L. Burdon Bailey, Samantha Green, Mark Green, Barend M. deC. Bronsvoort, Ian G. Handel, Richard J. Mellanby and Stella Mazeri
    Citation: BMC Infectious Diseases 2019 19:977
  11. Measuring the size of free roaming dog populations quickly and accurately is critical in the implementation of numerous preventive health and population control interventions. However, few studies have investi...

    Authors: N. V. Meunier, A. D. Gibson, J. Corfmat, S. Mazeri, I. G. Handel, L. Gamble, B Mde C Bronsvoort and R. J. Mellanby
    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2019 15:190
  12. Surgical sterilisation is currently the method of choice for controlling free-roaming dog populations. However, there are significant logistical challenges to neutering large numbers of dogs in low-resource cl...

    Authors: I. Airikkala-Otter, L. Gamble, S. Mazeri, I. G. Handel, B. M. de C. Bronsvoort, R. J. Mellanby and N. V. Meunier
    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2018 14:56