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Johannes Busch

Research Fellow

Veterinär-Virologie einschließlich Diagnostik
KFK, Viro, Bakteriologie
An den Tierkliniken 29
04103 Leipzig

Phone: +49 341 97-38204
Fax: +49 341 97-38219

Abstract

Johannes Busch studied biology at the University of Leipzig. He wrote his master thesis on "Neurovirulence Factors of the Measles Virus" under the supervision of Professor Dr. U. G. Liebert at the Institute of Virology of the University Hospital Leipzig. He subsequently completed his dissertation on the measles virus at the same institute and successfully received his doctorate (Dr. rer. nat.) in November 2021. Since the beginning of 2018 Johannes Busch has been working at the Institute of Virology at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Leipzig. His expertise in the investigation of paramyxoviruses using organ explants, reverse genetics and many other methods is now contributing to the research in feline paramyxoviruses. Johannes Busch is participating in our Institutes routine veterinary diagnostic service and is the designated content manager.

  • Nachweis neuer Paramyxoviren bei verschiedenen Tierarten
    Vahlenkamp, Thomas
    Duration: 01/2016 - 12/2020
    Funded by: Wirtschaft
    Involved organisational units of Leipzig University: Veterinär-Virologie einschließlich Diagnostik
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  • Feline Morbilliviren
    Vahlenkamp, Thomas
    Duration: 02/2019 - 03/2022
    Funded by: Wirtschaft
    Involved organisational units of Leipzig University: Veterinär-Virologie einschließlich Diagnostik
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  • Epidemiologie von Paramyxoviren bei Wildtierarten
    Vahlenkamp, Thomas
    Duration: 01/2019 - 12/2022
    Funded by: Haushaltsmittel (TG51, Overhead)
    Involved organisational units of Leipzig University: Veterinär-Virologie einschließlich Diagnostik
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  • Busch, J.; Chey, S.; Sieg, M.; Vahlenkamp, T.; Liebert, U. G.
    Mutated Measles Virus Matrix and Fusion Protein Influence Viral Titer In Vitro and Neuro-Invasion in Lewis Rat Brain Slice Cultures
    Viruses. 2021. 13 (4). pp. 1-11
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  • Busch, J.; Heilmann, R. M.; Vahlenkamp, T.; Sieg, M.
    Seroprevalence of Infection with Feline Morbilliviruses Is Associated with FLUTD and Increased Blood Creatinine Concentrations in Domestic Cats
    Viruses. 2021. 13 (4). pp. 1-12
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  • Busch, J.; Sacristán, I.; Cevidanes, A.; Millán, J.; Vahlenkamp, T.; Napolitano, C.; Sieg, M.
    High seroprevalence of feline morbilliviruses in free-roaming domestic cats in Chile
    Archives of virology. 2021. pp. 281-285
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  • Sieg, M.; Sacristán, I.; Busch, J.; Terio, K. A.; Cabello, J.; Hidalgo-Hermoso, E.; Millán, J.; Böttcher, D.; Heenemann, K.; Vahlenkamp, T.; Napolitano, C.
    Identification of Novel Feline Paramyxoviruses in Guignas (Leopardus guigna) from Chile
    viruses. 2020. 12 (1397).
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  • Sieg, M.; Busch, J.; Eschke, M.; Böttcher, D.; Heenemann, K.; Vahlenkamp, A.; Reinert, A.; Seeger, J.; Heilmann, R. M.; Scheffler, K.; Vahlenkamp, T.
    A New Genotype of Feline Morbillivirus Infects Primary Cells of the Lung, Kidney, Brain and Peripheral Blood
    Viruses. 2019. 11 (2).
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