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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Kang Duck Choi
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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
CHICKEN IFN-G MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AND THEIR APPLICATION IN ELISA -
EIMERIATENELLA INDUCES LOCAL CHANGES IN THE INTRAEPITHELIAL LYMPHOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS AND ELICITS IFN-GAMMA PRODUCTION IN THE INTESTINE -
CHANGES IN LOCAL IFN-GAMMA AND TGF-BETA4 MRNA EXPRESSION AND INTRAEPITHELIAL LYMPHOCYTES FOLLOWING EIMERIA ACERVULINA INFECTION -
GENE CLONING AND PROTEIN EXPRESSION OF CHICKEN IL-15 -
ROLE OF T LYMPHOCYTES AND CYTOKINES IN AVIAN COCCIDIOSIS -
MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CHICKEN IL-15 AND IL-15 DEPENDENT GAMMA,DELTA TCR+ LYMPHOCYTES -
NAKED DNA IMMUNIZATION WITH A PLASMID ENCODING AN EIMERIA SURFACE SPOROZOITE PROTEIN AND ORAL FEEDING OF BACULOVIRUS EXPRESSED EIMERIA PROTEIN ELICIT SERUM ANTIBODIES AND REDUCE OOCYST OUTPUT -
KINETICS OF INTERFERON GAMMA GENE EXPRESSION IN THE INTESTINE FOLLOWING EIMERIA ACERVULINA INFECTION -
MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL CHICKEN CYTOKINE: ITS ROLE IN GAMMA/DELTA T-CELL GROWTH AND COCCIDIA DISEASE RESISTANCE -
MOLECULAR CLONING AND BACULOVIRUS EXPRESSION OF A 19 KILODALTON EIMERIA PROTEIN CONSERVED ON SPOROZOITES AND MEROZOITES OF SEVERAL EIMERIA SPECIES. -
RECOMBINANT CHICKEN INTERFERON-GAMMA INHIBITS EIMERIA TENELLA DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO AND REDUCES OOCYST PRODUCTION AND BODY WEIGHT LOSS FOLLOWING CHALLENGE INFECTION WITH E. ACERVULINA -
MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CHICKEN IL-15 AND IL-15 DEPENDENT T LYMPHOCYTES -
MOLECULAR CLONING AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A CHICKEN GENE ENCODING A T CELL GROWTH FACTOR -
EXPRESSION AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A CHICKEN CYTOKINE WITH MACROPHAGE ACTIVATING ACTIVITY -
EXPRESSION AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATIONS OF RECOMBINANT CHICKEN INTERFERON-GAMMA -
MOLECULAR CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF IFN-Y AND IL-15 IN THE CHICKEN -
Last Modified: 5/2/2016
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