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Year 2017

List of publications
  • Ariza J. M., Relun A., Bareille N., Oberle K., Guatteo R. 2017. Effectiveness of collective treatments in the prevention and treatment of bovine digital dermatitis lesions: A systematic review. Journal of Dairy Science, [IF16=2.474] Accepté.
  • Briqué-Pellet C., Ravinet N., Quenet Y., Alvinerie M., Chartier C. 2017. Pharmacokinetics and anthelmintic efficacy of injectable eprinomectin in goats. Veterinary Parasitology, 241:43-47 [IF16=2.356] DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2017.05.021.
  • Buchet A., Belloc C., Leblanc Maridor M., Merlot E. 2017. Effects of age and weaning stress on blood indicators of oxidative status in pigs. PLoS ONE, [IF16=2.806] Accepté.
  • Cat J., Beugnet F., Hoch T., Jongejan F., Prangé A., Chalvet-Monfray K. 2017. Influence of the spatial heterogeneity in tick abundance in the modeling of the seasonal activity of Ixodes ricinus nymphs in Western Europe. Experimental and Applied Acarology, 71(2):115-130 [IF16=1.760] DOI : 10.1007/s10493-016-0099-1.
  • Collineau L., Belloc C., Stärk K. D. C., Hémonic A., Postma M., Dewulf J., Chauvin C. 2016. Guidance on the Selection of Appropriate Indicators for Quantification of Antimicrobial Usage in Humans and Animals. Zoonoses and Public Health, n/a-n/a. [IF16=2.323] DOI: 10.1111/zph.12298.
  • Dezetter C., Bareille N., Billon D., Cortes C., Lechartier C., Seegers H. 2017. Changes in animal performance and profitability of Holstein dairy operations after introduction of crossbreeding with Montbéliarde, Normande and Scandinavian Red. Journal of Dairy Science, [IF16=2.474] Accepté.
  • Duchesne A., Vaiman A., Castille J., Beauvallet C., Gaignard P., Floriot S., Rodríguez S. D., Vilotte J. L., Boulanger L., Passet A., Albaric O., Guillaume F., Boukadiri A., Richard L., Bertaud M., Timsit E., Guatteo R., Jaffrézic F., Calvel P., Helary L., Mahia R., Esquerré D., Péchoux C., Liuu S., Vallat J. M., Boichard D., Slama A., Vilotte J. L. 2017. Bovine and murine models highlight novel roles for SLC25A46 in mitochondrial dynamics and metabolism, with implications for human and animal health. Plos Genetics, 13(4):e1006597 [IF16=6.100] DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1006597.
  • Estrada-Pena A., D'Amico G., Palomar A. M., Dupraz P., Fonville M., Heylen D., Habela M. A., Hornok S., Lempereur L., Madder M., Nuncio S., Otranto D., Pfaffle M., Plantard O., Santos-Silva M. M., Sprong H., Vatansever Z., Vial L., Mihalca A. D. 9999. The results of a blind test of ixodid tick identification by European experts. Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases, In Press. [IF16=3.230] DOI: 10.1016/j.ttbdis.2017.03.001.
  • Hornok S., Szoke K., Tu V. T., Kontschan J., Takacs N., Sandor A. D., Halajian A., Foldvari G., Estok P., Plantard O., Epis S., Gorfol T. 2017. Mitochondrial gene heterogeneity of the bat soft tick Argas vespertilionis (Ixodida: Argasidae) in the Palaearctic. Parasites & Vectors, 10(1):109. [IF16=3.080] DOI: 10.1186/s13071-017-2037-4.
  • Jouglin M., Perez G., Butet A., Malandrin L., Bastian S. 2017. Low prevalence of zoonotic Babesia in small mammals and Ixodes ricinus in Western France. Veterinary Parasitology, 238:58-60. [IF16=2.356] DOI:        10.1016/j.vetpar.2017.03.020.
  • Käser T., Pasternak J. A., Delgado-Ortega M., Hamonic G., Lai K., Erickson J., Walker S., Dillon J. R., Gerdts V., Meurens F. 2017. Chlamydia suis and Chlamydia trachomatis induce multifunctional CD4 T cells in pigs. Vaccine, 35(1):91-100. [IF16=3.235] DOI: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2016.11.050.
  • Krieger M., Hoischen-Taubner S., Emanuelson U., Blanco-Penedo I., de Joybert M., Duval J. E., Sjöström K., Jones P. J., Sundrum A. 2017. Capturing systemic interrelationships by an impact analysis to help reduce production diseases in dairy farms. Agricultural Systems, 153:43-52 [IF16=2.571] DOI: 10.1016/j.agsy.2017.01.022.
  • Krieger M., Sjöström K., Blanco-Penedo I., Madouasse A., Duval J. E., Bareille N., Fourichon C., Sundrum A., Emanuelson U. 2017. Prevalence of production disease related indicators in organic dairy herds in four European countries. Livestock Science, 198:104-108. [IF16=1.377] DOI: 10.1016/j.livsci.2017.02.015.
  • Lhermie G., Dupouy V., El Garch F., Ravinet N., Toutain P. L., Bousquet-Mélou A., Seegers H., Assié S. 2017. Impact of Low and High Doses of Marbofloxacin on the Selection of Resistant Enterobacteriaceae in the Commensal Gut Flora of Young Cattle: Discussion of Data from 2 Study Populations. Foodborne Pathogens Disease, 14(3):152-159. [IF16=2.120] DOI: 10.1089/fpd.2016.2176.
  • Meignan T., Lechartier C., Chesneau G., Bareille N. 2017. Effects of feeding extruded linseed on production performance and milk fatty acid profile in dairy cows: a meta-analysis. Journal of Dairy Science, 100(6):4394-4408 [IF16=2.474] DOI: 10.3168/jds.2016-11850.
  • Merlin A., Chauvin A., Lehébel A., Brisseau N., Froger S., Bareille N., Chartier C. 2017. End-season daily weight gains as rationale for targeted selective treatment against gastrointestinal nematodes in highly exposed first-grazing season cattle. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 138:104-112. [IF16=1.987] DOI: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2017.01.011.
  • Nusinovici S., Hoch T., Brahim M. L., Joly A., Beaudeau F. 2017. The effect of wind on Coxiella burnetii transmission between cattle herds: a mechanistic approach. Transboundary and emerging diseases, 64(2):585-592. [IF16=3.585] DOI: 10.1111/tbed.12423.
  • Phocas F., Belloc C., Bidanel J., Delaby L., Dourmad J. Y., Dumont B., Ezanno P., Fortun-Lamothe L., Foucras G., Frappat B., Gonzalez-Garcia E., Hazard D., Larzul C., Lubac S., Mignon-Grasteau S., Moreno C. R., Tixier-Boichard M., Brochard M. 2017. Quels programmes d’amélioration génétique des animaux pour des systems d’élevage agro-écologiques ? INRA Productions Animales, 30(1):31-46. [IF16=0.774]
  • Ravinet N., Chartier C., Hoste H., Mahieu M., Duvauchelle Waché A., Merlin A., Bareille N., Jacquiert P., Chauvin A. 2017. Enjeux et outils du traitement raisonné contre les strongles gastro-intestinaux chez les bovins et les petits ruminants. INRA Productions Animales, 30(1):57-76. [IF16=0.774]
  • Ravinet N., Lehébel A., Bareille N., Lopez C., Chartier C., Chauvin A., Madouasse A. 2017. Design and evaluation of multi-indicator profiles for targeted-selective treatment against gastrointestinal nematodes at housing in adult dairy cows. Veterinary Parasitology, 237:17-29. [IF16=2.356] DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2017.03.001.
  • Renson P., Rose N., Le Dimna M., Mahé F., Keranflech A., Paboeuf F., Belloc C., Le Potier M. F., Bourry O. 2017. Dynamic change in pulmonary alveolar macrophage population an environment during infection of pigs with a highly or low pathogenic genotype 1 PRRSV strain. Veterinary Research, 48:15. [IF16=2.798] DOI: 10.1186/s13567-017-0420-y.
  • Sauter-Louis C., Jones B. A., Henning J., Stoll A., Nielen M., Van Schaik G., Smolenaars A., Schouten M., den Uijl I., Fourichon C., Guatteo R., Madouasse A., Nusinovici S., Deprez P., De Vliegher S., Laureyns J., Booth R., Cardwell J. M., Pfeiffer D. U. 2017. Herd-level animal management factors associated with the occurrence of bovine neonatal pancytopenia in calves in a multi-country study. PLoS ONE, 12(7):e0179878 [IF16=2.806] DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0179878.
  • Welby S., Van Schaik G., Veldhuis A., Brouwer-Middelesch H., Peroz C., Santman-Berends I. M., Fourichon C., Wever P., Van der Stede Y. 2016. Effectiveness and Cost Efficiency of Different Surveillance Components for Proving Freedom and Early Detection of Disease: Bluetongue Serotype 8 in Cattle as Case Study for Belgium, France and the Netherlands. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, n/a-n/a. [IF16=3.585] DOI: 10.1111/tbed.12564.