The tissue damage is the consequence of direct apoptosis (and necrosis) of alveolar macrophage and their neighboring cells due to the release of apoptotigenic cytokines, reactive oxygen species, and nitric oxide.
Szent István University. Hungary
Current position: pathologist, assistant professor at the Dept. of Pathology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Szent István University, Budapest
After graduation at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Szent István University in 2003 he started to work at the Department of Pathology of the same Faculty. His PhD work started in 2004 and ended in 2009 including detailed phylogenetic analysis of the Hungarian PRRSV strains and the development of a novel real-time qRT-PCR assay. He was involved in several laboratory and field trials including PRRS, M. hyo, and H. parasuis at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna. He has several peer reviewed papers in international scientific Journals. Currently he is involved in several international projects regarding PRRS. At his workplace he is leading Pathology practicals and giving lectures in English and Hungarian for graduate and postgraduate students.
Updated CV 21-May-2015