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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Colin Young
Food and Feed Safety Research
Research Associate

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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
EFFECT OF TANNIC ACID ON CECAL VOLATILE FATTY ACIDS AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM COLONIZATION IN BROILER CHICKS -
CECAL VOLATILE FATTY ACIDS AND BROILER CHICK SUSCEPTIBILITY TO SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM COLONIZATION AS AFFECTED BY AFLATOXINS AND T-2 TOXIN -
ROLE OF CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI GENES CIAB AND PLDA IN CECAL COLONIZATION -
TAIL-DOCKING INFLUENCES ON BEHAVIORAL, IMMUNOLOGICAL, AND ENDOCRINE RESPONSES IN DAIRY HEIFERS -
EICHER, S.D., MORROW, J.L., ALBRIGHT, J.L., YOUNG, C., STANKER, L.H. TAIL-DOCKING INFLUENCES ON BEHAVIORAL, IMMUNOLOGICAL, AND ENDOCRINE RESPONSES IN DAIRY HEIFERS. JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE. 2000. V. 83. P. 1456-1462.
INHIBITION OF CHICKEN ADIPOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION BY IN VITRO EXPOSURE TO MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AGAINST EMBRYONIC CHICKEN ADIPOCYTE PLASMA MEMBRANES -
ROLE OF THE CIAB, AND PLA23 CAMPYLOBACTER GENES ON VIRULENCE, INTESTINAL COLONIZATION, AND ORGAN INVASION, WHEN GIVEN IN OVO OR DAY-OF-HATCH -
CHANGES IN CECAL ENVIRONMENT AND CAMPYLOBACTER POPULATIONS ASSOCAITED WITH FEED WITHDRAWAL AND ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT IN SWINE -
LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE CHALLENGE TO STEERS GRAZING ENDOPHYTE-INFECTED TALL FESCUE -
INCREASED RESPONSIVENESS TO INTRAVENOUS LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE (LPS) CHALLENGE IN STEERS GRAZING ENDOPHYTE-INFECTED TALL FESCUE COMPARED TO STEERS GRAZING ENDOPHYTE-FREE FESCUE -
PREVALENCE OF CAMPYLOBACTER, SALMONELLA, AND ARCOBACTER SPECIES AT SLAUGHTER IN MARKET AGE PIGS -
DECREASED RESPONSE TO ENDOTOXIN CHALLENGE BY PRE-TREATMENT WITH ERGOTAMINE -
DETECTION OF BACTERIA FROM A CECAL ANAEROBIC COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE WITH AN IMMUNOASSAY ELECTROCHEMILUMINESCENE SENSOR -
PREVALENCE OF CAMPYLOBACTER, SALMONELLA, AND ARCOBACTER SPECIES AT SLAUGHTER IN MARKET AGE PIGS -
ISOLATION AND ENUMERATION OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPECIES FROM DAY-OF-BIRTH PIGLETS TO MARKET-AGE PIGS FROM COMMERCIAL SWINE OPERATIONS -
MURINE NEUROVIRULENCE STUDIES WITH A CHIMERIC POLIOVIRUS: IN VIVO GENERATION OF A MUTANT BASE-PAIRED STABLE ATTENUATED POLIOVIRUS -
DOSE RESPONSE AND ORGAN INVASION OF DAY-OF-HATCH LEGHORN CHICKS BY DIFFERENT ISOLATES OF CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI -
INABILITY OF CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI EXHIBITING DEFECTIVE ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSRESPONSES TO COLONIZE THE CECA OF NEWLY HATCHED CHICKS. -
A BACTERIAL FIBRONECTIN-BINDING PROTEIN (CADF) IS ESSENTIAL FOR CECAL COLONIZATION OF CHICKS BY CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI -
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE THERMAL STRESS RESPONSE OF CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI -
ISOLATION AND ENUMERATION OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPECIES FROM COMMERCIAL SWINE OPERATONS -
BLOOD HAPTOGLOBIN LEVEL IN CATTLE: DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMPLE ENZYME IMMUNOASSAY TEST AND ITS APPLICATION IN IMPROVING FOOD SAFETY -
NEONATAL CALF ACUTE PHASE PROTEIN, ENDOCRINE, AND IMMUNE RESPONSES TO NORMAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES -
THE CHEMOSTAT AS AN IN VITRO MODEL OF THE AVIAN GASTRO-INTESTINAL TRACT -
DETECTION AND QUANTIFICATION OF POULTRY PROBIOTIC BACTERIA IN MIXED CULTUREUSING MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES IN AN ENZYME-LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY -
SERUM HAPTOGLOBIN CONCENTRATIONS IN HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE DIAGNOSED WITH TOXIC PUERPERAL METRITIS -
DEVELOPMENT OF A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY-BASED IMMUNOASSAY FOR THE SULFONAMIDE ANTIBIOTIC SULFAPYRIDINE -
PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES TO A VEILLONELLA SPECIES FROM A CONTINUOUS-FLOW CULTURE SYSTEM OF CHICKEN CECAL BACTERIA -
IMMUNO-BASED METHODOLOGY FOR DETECTION OF MICROORGANISMS IN COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURES -
IMMUNO-BASED METHODOLOGY FOR DETECTION OF MICROORGANISMS IN COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURES -
METABOLIC INTERACTIONS OF SELECTED CECAL BACTERIA AND A PRIMARY POULTRY ISOLATE OF SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM GROWN IN MIXED CULTURE -
PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES TO MICROORGANISMS CONTAINED IN A CONTINUOUS CULTURE THAT PROTECTS CHICKS AGAINST SALMONELLAE COLONIZATION -
DETECTION OF CEFTIOFUR IN BOVINE TISSUES AND FLUIDS BY IMMUNOASSAY -
USE OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES TO DETECT MICROORGANISMS IN AN ANAEROBIC CONTINUOUS CULTURE SYSTEM THAT IS PROTECTIVE IN CHICKENS AGAINST SALMONELLATYPHIMURIUM -
HAPTOGLOBIN RESPONSE TO CLINICAL RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN FEEDLOT CATTLE -
SERUM HAPTOGLOBIN LEVELS IN A POPULATION OF FEEDLOT CATTLE -
Last Modified: 05/25/2017
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