Publications

The paper of author group has been published on May/June, 2022: Māra Pilmane, Ksenija Šerstņova, Elizabeta Lohova, Lukasz Gontar, Maksymilian Kochanski, Beatriz Prieto-Simón, Andżelika Drutowska, Hedieh Haji-Hashemi, Gergely Maroti. Stabilie citokīni veselu un ar mastītu slimu govju pienā un to korelācija ar sezonalitāti un mikrobiem (The stable Cytokines in the milk of healthy and mastitis-affected cows and their correlation to the seasonality and microbes), Medicus Bonus. 2022: May-June: 17-21.

The article (in Latvian) describes the complex of practically unchanged in their expression of four cytokines: IL-2, -4, 17A, and TGFbeta1 in the milk of healthy and mastitis-affected cows. Data analysis represents also the correlations of these cytokines to the summer/autumn season and milk microbiological findings. Finally, also visual micrographs of cellular cytokines and a possible explanation for the findings are given.

The paper of author group has been published on March, 17, 2022: Vitenberga-Verza, Zane, Māra Pilmane, Ksenija Šerstņova, Ivars Melderis, Łukasz Gontar, Maksymilian Kochański, Andżelika Drutowska, Gergely Maróti, and Beatriz Prieto-Simón. 2022. Identification of Inflammatory and Regulatory Cytokines IL-1α-, IL-4-, IL-6-, IL-12-, IL-13-, IL-17A-, TNF-α-, and IFN-γ-Producing Cells in the Milk of Dairy Cows with Subclinical and Clinical Mastitis, Pathogens. 11, 3: 372.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/pathogens11030372
Abstract: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0817/11/3/372
Full-text: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0817/11/3/372/htm

 

The paper of author group has been published on March/April, 2021: Māra Pilmane, Zane Vitenberga-Verza, Ksenija Šerstņova, Lukasz Gontar, Maksymilian Kochanski, Beatriz Prieto-Simón, Gergely Maroti, 2021. Citokīni, pretmikrobu proteīni, piens un govs piena dziedzera iekaisums (Cytokins, antimicrobial proteins, milk and mastitis of the bovine udder), Medicus Bonus. 53, 22-27.

The article (in Latvian) states a broad overview of the factors and their role in the development of inflammation in bovine mastitis. Literature review presents a distinct knowledge about cytokines, antimicrobial peptides and their finding in various tissues and cells under varying conditions of homeostasis – from physiological norm to pathology. Visual examples by microphotographies of morphological findings of studied factors in various tissues and cells are also given.

 

 

 

 

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