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Sunutcha Suntrarachun, Surasak Akesowan and Thaweesak Tirawatnapong

anemia virus (EIAV): what has HIV’s country cousin got to tell us? Vet Res. 2004; 35:485-512. 10. Cullinane A, Quinlivan M, Nelly M, Patterson H, Kenna R, Garvey M, et al. Diagnosis of equine infectious anemia during the 2006 outbreak in Ireland. Vet Rec. 2007; 161:647-52. 11. Oaks JL, Mcguire TC, Ulibarri C, Crawford TB. Equine infectious anemia virus is found in tissue macrophages during subclinical infection. J Virol. 1998; 72:7263-9. 12. Nagarajan MM, Simard C. Detection of horses infected naturally with equine

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Angsana Keeratijarut, Tassanee Lohnoo, Wanta Yingyong, Umporn Nampoon, Tassanee Lerksuthirat, Pornpit Onpaew, Piriyaporn Chongtrakool and Theerapong Krajaejun

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Montamas Suntravat and Issarang Nuchprayoon

:4892-99. 12. Di Scipio RG, Hermodson MA, Davie EW. Activation of human factor X (Stuart factor) by a protease from Russell’s viper venom. Biochemistry. 1977; 16:5253-60. 13. Rungsiwongse J, Ratanabanangkoon K. Development of an ELISA to assess the potency of horse therapeutic anti-venom against Thai cobra venom. J Immunol Methods. 1991; 136: 37-43. 14. LeammLi UK. Cleavage of structure proteins during the assembly of the head of bacteriophage T4. Nature. 1970; 227: 680-5. 15. Suntravat M, Nuchprayoon I, Perez JC. Comparative

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Ponlapat Rojnuckarin, Suchai Suteparak and Suda Sibunruang

effects of green pit viper bites. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 2006; 100:879-84. 38. Chotenimitkhun R, RojnuckarinP. Systemic Antivenom and Skin Necrosis after Green Pit Viper Bites. Clin Toxicol. 2008; 46:122-5. 39. Gutiérrez JM, León G, Rojas G, Lomonte B, Rucavado A, Chaves F. Neutralization of local tissue damage induced by Bothrops asper (terciopelo) snake venom. Toxicon. 1998; 36:1529-38. 40. Thiansookon A, Rojnuckarin P. Low Incidence of Early Reactions to Horse-derived F(ab’)2 Antivenom for Snakebites in Thailand

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Pwaveno Huladeino Bamaiyi and Nur Eliyana Mohd Redhuan

. C. erinacei Hedgehogs and horses Yes [ 31 ] 7. C. fayeri Marsupials Yes [ 32 ] 8. C. felis Cats Yes [ 33 ] 9. C. fragile Toads No [ 34 ] 10. C. galli Birds No [ 35 ] 11. C. hominis Humans Most common species in humans [ 36 ] 12. C. macropodum Marsupials No [ 37 ] 13. C. meleagridis Humans and birds Yes [ 4 , 38 ] 14. C. molnari Fish No [ 39 , 40 ] 15. C. muris Rodents Yes [ 41 ] 16. C. parvum Ruminants Yes [ 42

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Apitsada Khlongkhlaeo, Richard L. Carter, Rangsun Parnpai and Anthony W.S. Chan

intracytoplasmic markers) (Sigma), 3 mM sodium azide, 0.1% saponin (Sigma), 2% bovine serum albumin (Sigma), and 5% horse serum (HyClone, Logan, UT, USA) in PBS (–) for 30 min. To detect NPC, the cells were incubated with primary antibody in PBS for 8 h. The NPC markers were nestin (Chemicon), Musashi, and SOX-2. After being washed 6 times for 5 min each with PBS, the cells were incubated with fluorescent-tagged secondary antibodies in PBS for 2 h followed by washes for 5 times with 5 min each, and the cells were then stained with 4′,6-diamidino-2-phenylindole (DAPI). After