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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Philip L Brown
Arthropod-Borne Animal Diseases Research
Biological Science Technician

Phone: (785) 537-5591
Fax: (785) 537-5560
1515 COLLEGE AVE
CGAHR
MANHATTAN, WY, 66502


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
In Situ Immune Infrared Fluorescent Staining for Detection and Quantification of Bluetongue Virus in Cullicoides Insect Cell Culture - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Mecham, J.O., Brown, P.L., Mcholland, L.E. 2009. In Situ Immune Infrared Fluorescent Staining for Detection and Quantification of Bluetongue Virus in Cullicoides Insect Cell Culture. Journal of Virological Methods. 158, 110-113.
In situ immune infrared fluorescent staining for detection and quantification of bluetongue virus in insect cell culture - (Abstract Only)
Mecham, J.O., Brown, P.L. 2007. In situ immune infrared fluorescent staining for detection and quantification of bluetongue virus in insect cell culture. American Society for Virology Meeting. Corvallis, OR. July 14-18, 2007.
Potential for Bluetongue Virus persistence in insect cells - (Abstract Only)
Wilson, W.C., Drolet, B.S., Bennett, K.E., O Hearn, E.S., Brown, P.L., Stuart, M.A., Mecham, J.O. 2006. Potential for Bluetongue Virus persistence in insect cells. American Society for Virology Meeting. Madison, WI. W22-9. 2006. Abstract.
Potential for bluetongue virus persistence in insect cells. - (Abstract Only)
Wilson, W.C., Drolet, B.S., Bennett, K.E., O Hearn, E.S., Brown, P.L., Stuart, M.A., Mecham, J.O. 2006. Potential for bluetongue virus persistence in insect cells.. American Society for Virology Meeting. 25th Annual Meeting, W22-9.
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