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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Walter J Tabachnick
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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
GLOBAL ISOLATES OF BLUETONGUE VIRUS SEGREGATE INTO REGION-SPECIFIC TOPOTYPES BASED ON PHYLOGENEIC ANALYSIS OF THEIR NS3 GENE -
Balasuriya, U.B., Nadler, S.A., Wilson, W.C., Pritchard, L., Smythe, A.B., De Santis, P., Nianzu, Z., Tabachnick, W.J., Maclachlan, N. 2003. Global isolates of bluetongue virus segregate into region-specific topotypes based on phylogeneic analysis of their NS3 gene [abstract]. OIE Symposium on Bluetongue Virus, Taormina, Italy. Paper No C1, p. 88.
Papular dermatitis induced in guinea pigs by the biting midge Culicoides sonorensis (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) -
O'Toole, D., Perez De Leon, A.A., Hearne, C., Mcholland, L.E., Yun, L., Tabachnick, W.J. 2003. Papular dermatitis induced in guinea pigs by the biting midge Culicoides sonorensis (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. 15:67-71.
PUTATIVE BLUETONGUE VIRUS RECEPTOR FROM THE INSECT VECTOR, CULICOIDES VARIIPENNIS. -
A PUTATIVE RECEPTOR IN CULICOIDES VARIIPENNIS THAT BINDS TO THE INNER CORE PROTEIN OF BLUETONGUE VIRUS, VP7. -
BLUETONGUE DISEASE IN NORTH AMERICA. -
POPULATION GENETICS OF INSECT DISEASE VECTORS: CULICOIDES VARIIPENNIS AND BLUETONGUE EPIDEMIOLOGY. -
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