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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Larry Henry Stanker
Foodborne Toxin Detection and Prevention Research
General Biological Science

Phone: (510) 559-5984
Fax: (510) 559-6162

USDA, ARS, PWA, WRRC-FTDP
800 BUCHANAN ST
ALBANY , CA 94710

Projects
Advance the Development of Technologies for Detecting and Determining the Stability and Bioavailability of Toxins that Impact Food Safety and Food Defense
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 430056
Development of a Hybridoma Data Base for Biological Toxins and Biothreat Agents
Interagency Reimbursable Agreement (I)
  Accession Number: 428134
Toxin Detection with the SpinDx Microfluidics Detection Technology
Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 426477

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Validation of two new immunoassays for sensative detection of a broad range of shiga toxins -
Kong, Q., Patfield, S.A., Skinner, C.B., Stanker, L.H., Gehring, A.G., Fratamico, P.M., Rubio, F., Qi, W., He, X. 2016. Validation of two new immunoassays for sensative detection of a broad range of shiga toxins. Austin Immunology. 1(2):1007.
Technologies for detecting botulinum neurotoxins in biological and environmental matrices -
Cheng, L.W., Land, K.M., Tam, C.C., Brandon, D.L., Stanker, L.H. 2016. Technologies for detecting botulinum neurotoxins in biological and environmental matrices. Intech. doi: 10.5772/63064
Rapid microfluidic assay for the detection of botulinum neurotoxin in animal sera -
Babrak, L.M., Lin, A.V., Stanker, L.H., McGarvey, J.A., Hnasko, R.M. 2016. Rapid microfluidic assay for the detection of botulinum neurotoxin in animal sera. Toxins. 8(1):13.
Testing for sustainable preservatives -
Byrne, A.P., Hart-Cooper, W.M., Johnson, K., Stanker, L.H., Wong, D., Orts, W.J. 2016. Testing for sustainable preservatives. Home and Personal Products Industry Magazine (HAPPI). p. 2.
Use of monoclonal antibodies in the sensitive detection and neutralization of botulinum neurotoxin serotype B -
Cheng, L.W., Henderson Ii, T.D., Lam, T., Stanker, L.H. 2015. Use of monoclonal antibodies in the sensitive detection and neutralization of botulinum neurotoxin serotype B. Toxins. 7:5068-5078. doi: 10.3390/toxins712863.
Monoclonal antibody technologies and rapid detection assays -
Hnasko, R.M., Stanker, L.H., Mcgarvey, J.A. 2015. Monoclonal antibody technologies and rapid detection assays.September 23-25, 2015 Carlsbad, CA: p. 1-44.
Bacterial populations on the surfaces of organic and conventionally grown almond drupes Reprint Icon -
Mcgarvey, J.A., Hnasko, R.M., Stanker, L.H., Han, R., Connel, J. 2015. Bacterial populations on the surfaces of organic and conventionally grown almond drupes. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 119:529-538.
Hybridoma technology -
Hnasko, R.M., Stanker, L.H. 2015. Hybridoma technology. In: Hnasko, R., editor. ELISA: Methods and protocols. Methods in Molecular Biology. 1st edition. New York, NY: Humana Press. p. 15-28. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-2742-5.
Rapid detection of E. coli produced shiga-like toxins by lateral flow immunoassay in multiple food matrices -
Ching, K.H., He, X., Stanker, L.H., Lin, A.V., Hnasko, R.M. 2015. Rapid detection of E. coli produced shiga-like toxins by lateral flow immunoassay in multiple food matrices. Toxins. Toxins 7:1163-1173.
Detection of shiga toxins by lateral flow assay -
Ching, K.H., He, X., Stanker, L.H., Lin, A.V., Mcgarvey, J.A., Hnasko, R.M. 2015. Detection of shiga toxins by lateral flow assay. Toxins. 7:1163-1173. doi: 10.3390/Toxins7041163.
Translocation of botulinum neurotoxin serotype a and associated proteins across the intestinal epithelia Reprint Icon -
Lam, T.I., Stanker, L.H., Lee, K., Jin, Rongsheng, Cheng, L.W. 2015. Translocation of botulinum neurotoxin serotype a and associated proteins across the intestinal epithelia. Cellular Microbiology. 17(8):1133-1143. doi: 10.1111/cmi.12424.
Natural food toxins of bacterial origin -
Cheng, L.W., Land, K.M., Stanker, L.H. 2015. Natural food toxins of bacterial origin. In: Cheung, P.C.K. Mehta, B.M., editors. Handbook of Food Chemistry. Berlin, Germany: Springer Berlin Heildelberg. p. 1-19.
Centrifugal microfluidic platform for ultrasensitive detection of Botulinum Toxin Reprint Icon -
Koh, C., Schaff, U.Y., Piccini, M., Stanker, L.H., Cheng, L.W., Ravichandran, E., Sing, B., Sommer, G.J., Singh, A.K. 2014. Centrifugal microfluidic platform for ultrasensitive detection of Botulinum Toxin. Analytical Chemistry. 87(2):922-928. DOI: 10.1021/ac504054u.
Prion extraction methods: comparison of bead beating, ultrasonic disruption and repeated freeze-thaw methodologies for the recovery of functional renilla-prion fusion protein from bacteria -
Hnasko, R.M., Lin, A.V., Stanker, L.H., Bala, K., McGarvey, J.A. 2016. Prion extraction methods: comparison of bead beating, ultrasonic disruption and repeated freeze-thaw methodologies for the recovery of functional renilla-prion fusion protein from bacteria. In: Micic, M., editor. Sample Preparation Techniques for Soil, Plant, and Animal Samples. New York, NY: Humana Press. p. 389-399.
A double-sandwich ELISA for identification of monoclonal antibodies suitable for sandwich immunoassays -
Stanker, L.H., Hnasko, R.M. 2015. A double-sandwich ELISA for identification of monoclonal antibodies suitable for sandwich immunoassays. Methods in Molecular Biology. Springer Science and Business Media, New York. 216 pp. 2015. (Book Chapter.
The generation of monoclonal antibodies and their use in rapid diagnostic tests -
Hnasko, R.M., Stanker, L.H., Mcgarvey, J.A., Lin, A.V. 2014. The generation of monoclonal antibodies and their use in rapid diagnostic tests. Proceedings: Microfluidics Regenerated: New Approaches, Applications and Enabling Technologies. Meeting Abstract. 7(1-16).
New high-affinity monoclonal antibodies against Shiga toxin 1 facilitate the detection of hybrid Stx1/Stx2 in vivo -
Skinner, C.B., Patfield, S.A., Stanker, L.H., Fratamico, P.M., He, X. 2014. New high-affinity monoclonal antibodies against Shiga toxin 1 facilitate the detection of hybrid Stx1/Stx2 in vivo. PLoS One. 9(6):e99854. DOI:10.1371journal.pone0099854.
Use of benzo anologs to enhance antimycotic activity of kresoxim methyl for control of aflatoxigenic fungal pathogens Reprint Icon -
Kim, J.H., Mahoney, N.E., Chan, K.L., Campbell, B.C., Haff, R.P., Stanker, L.H. 2014. Use of benzo anologs to enhance antimycotic activity of kresoxim methyl for control of aflatoxigenic fungal pathogens. Frontiers in Microbiology. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2014.00087.
Bacterial population structure and dynamics during the development of almond drupes Reprint Icon -
McGarvey, J.A., Connell, J., Stanker, L.H., Hnasko, R.M. 2014. Bacterial population structure and dynamics during the development of almond drupes. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 116:1542-1552.
Atoxic derivative of botulinum neurotoxin A as a prototype vehicle for targeted delivery to neuronal cytoplasm Reprint Icon -
Vazques-Cintron, E.J., Vakulenko, M., Band, P.A., Stanker, L.H., Johnson, E.A., Ichtchenko, K. 2014. Atoxic derivative of botulinum neurotoxin A as a prototype vehicle for targeted delivery to neuronal cytoplasm. PLoS One. 9(1):E85517. DOI: 10.1371/JOURNAL.PONE.0085517.
A monoclonal antibody based capture ELISA for botulinum neurotoxin serotype B: toxin detection in food Reprint Icon -
Stanker, L.H., Scotcher, M.C., Cheng, L.W., Ching, K., Mcgarvey, J.A., Hodge, D., Hnasko, R.M. 2013. A monoclonal antibody based capture ELISA for botulinum neurotoxin serotype B: toxin detection in food. Toxins. 5(11):2212-2226.
Mouse in vivo neutralization of Escherichia coli Shiga toxin 2 with monoclonal antibodies Reprint Icon -
Cheng, L.W., Henderson II, T.D., Patfield, S.A., Stanker, L.H., He, X. 2013. Mouse in vivo neutralization of Escherichia coli Shiga toxin 2 with monoclonal antibodies. Infection and Immunity. 5:1845-1858. DOI: 10.3390/toxins5101845.
Development of monoclonal antibodies and immunoassays for sensitive and specific detection of Shiga Toxin Stx2f -
Skinner, C.B., Patfield, S.A., Stanker, L.H., He, X. 2013. Development of monoclonal antibodies and immunoassays for sensitive and specific detection of Shiga Toxin Stx2f. PLoS One. 8(9):e76563 DOI: 10.1371/journal/pone.0076563.
Comprehensive laboratory evaluation of a highly specific lateral flow assay for the presumptive identification of ricin in suspicious white powders and environmental samples -
Hodge, D.R., Prentice, K.W., Ramage, J.G., Prezioso, S., Gauthier, C., Swanson, T., Hastings, R., Basavanna, U., Datta, S., Sharma, S.K., Garber, E.A., Staab, A., Pettit, D., Drumgoole, R., Swaney, E., Estacio, P.I., Elder, I.A., Kovacs, G., Morse, B.S., Kellogg, R.B., Stanker, L.H., Morse, S.A., Pillai, S.P. 2013. Comprehensive laboratory evaluation of a highly specific lateral flow assay for the presumptive identification of ricin in suspicious white powders and environmental samples. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism. 4:237-250. DOI: 10.1089/bsp.2013.0053.
Detection of bacterial toxins by lateral flow immunoassay -
Ching, K.H., Stanker, L.H., He, X., Hnasko, R.M. 2013. Detection of bacterial toxins by lateral flow immunoassay. p. 1-28. Irvine, CA; Biodot.
Purification and characterization of neurotoxin complex from a dual toxin gene containing Clostridium botulinum strain PS-5 -
Singh, A.K., Sachdeva, A., Degrasse, J.A., Croley, T.R., Stanker, L.H., Hodge, D., Sharma, S.K. 2013. Purification and characterization of neurotoxin complex from a dual toxin gene containing Clostridium botulinum strain PS-5. The Protein Journal. 32(4):288-296. DOI: 10.1007/S10930-013-9486-1.
Translocation of botulinum neurotoxins and associated proteins across intestinal epithelial cells(Abstract) -
Bacterial population dynamics during the ensiling of Medicago sativa (alfalfa) and subsequent exposure to air Reprint Icon -
McGarvey, J.A., Franco, R., Palumbo, J.D., Hnasko, R.M., Stanker, L.H., Mitloehner, F. 2013. Bacterial population dynamics during the ensiling of Medicago sativa (alfalfa) and subsequent exposure to air. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 114:1661-1670.
Detection of botulinum neurotoxin serotypes A and B using a chemiluminescent versus electrochemiluminescent immunoassay in food and serum -
Cheng, L.W., Stanker, L.H. 2013. Detection of botulinum neurotoxin serotypes A and B using a chemiluminescent versus electrochemiluminescent immunoassay in food and serum. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 61(3):755-760 doi:10.1021/jf3041963.
Development and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against Shiga toxin 2 and their application for toxin detection in milk -
He, X., Mcmahon, S.A., Skinner, C.B., Merrill, P.A., Scotcher, M., Stanker, L.H. 2013. Development and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against Shiga toxin 2 and their application for toxin detection in milk. Journal of Immunological Methods. 389(1-2):18-28. doi:10.1016/j.jim.2012.12.005.
Development and characterization of six monoclonal antibodies to hemagglutinin-70 (HA70) of Clostridium botulinum and their application in a sandwich ELISA -
Scotcher, M.C., Cheng, L.W., Ching, K.H., Mcgarvey, J.A., Hnasko, R.M., Stanker, L.H. 2013. Development and characterization of six monoclonal antibodies to hemagglutinin-70 (HA70) of Clostridium botulinum and their application in a sandwich ELISA. Monoclonal Antibodies in Immunodiagnosis and Immunotherapy. 32(1):6-15. doi: 10.1089/mab.2012.0071.
Monoclonal antibodies and reagents for botulinum research -
Stanker, L.H., Cheng, L.W. 2012. Monoclonal antibodies and reagents for botulinum research. The Botulinum Journal. 2(2):150-155 doi: 10.1504/tbj2012.050197.
Detection of botulinum neurotoxin serotype A, B, and F proteolytic activity in complex matrices with picomolar to femtomolar sensitivity -
Dunning, F., Rige, D.R., Piazza, T.M., Stanker, L.H., Zeytin, F.N., Ward, T.C. 2012. Detection of botulinum neurotoxin serotype A, B, and F proteolytic activity in complex matrices with picomolar to femtomolar sensitivity. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 78(21):7687-7697. DOI.1128/AEM.01664-12.
Rapid multiplex immunoassay to distinguish botulinum neurotoxin serotypes on a single lateral flow device(Abstract) -
Novel epitopes identified by Anti-PrP monoclonal antibodies produced following immunization of Prnp0/0 Balb/cJ mice with purified scrapie prions -
Stanker, L.H., Scotcher, M.C., Lin, A.V., Mcgarvey, J.A., Prusiner, S., Hnasko, R.M. 2012. Novel epitopes identified by Anti-PrP monoclonal antibodies produced following immunization of Prnp0/0 Balb/cJ mice with purified scrapie prions. Hybridoma. 31(5):312-324. doi:10.1089/hyb.2012.0022.
Replacement of animals in assays for detection of toxins in food(Abstract) -
Botulinum neurotoxin: Where are we with detection technologies -
Singh, A.K., Stanker, L.H., Sharma, S.K. 2013. Botulinum neurotoxin: Where are we with detection technologies. Critical Reviews in Microbiology. 39(1):43-56. doi:10.3109/1040841X.2012.691457.
Rapid and selective detection of botulinum neurotoxin serotypes-A and –B with a single immunochromatographic test strip Reprint Icon -
Ching, K.H., Lin, A.V., Mcgarvey, J.A., Stanker, L.H., Hnasko, R.M. 2012. Rapid and selective detection of botulinum neurotoxin serotypes-A and –B with a single immunochromatographic test strip. Journal of Immunological Methods. 380:23-29.
Detection of botulinum neurotoxin serotypes A and B using chemiluminescence and electrochemiluninescene immunoassays in food and serum matrices -
Neuronal targeting, internalization, and biological activity of a recombinant atoxic derivative of botulinum neurotoxin A -
Current methods for detecting the presence of botulinum neurotoxins in food and other biological samples -
Cheng, L.W., Land, K.M., Stanker, L.H. 2012. Current methods for detecting the presence of botulinum neurotoxins in food and other biological samples. Morse, S., editor. Bioterrorism. Rijeka, Croatia: Intech. p. 1-16.
A rapid method to improve protein detection by indirect ELISA -
Hnasko, R.M., Lin, A.V., Mcgarvey, J.A., Stanker, L.H. 2011. A rapid method to improve protein detection by indirect ELISA. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 410(4):726-731. doi: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2011.06.005.
Neuronal targeting, internalization, and biological activity of a recombinant atoxic derivative of botulinum neurotoxin A -
Pellett, S., Tepp, W.H., Stanker, L.H., Band, P.A., Johnson, E.A., Ichtchenko, K. 2011. Neuronal targeting, internalization, and biological activity of a recombinant atoxic derivative of botulinum neurotoxin A. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 405:673-677.
Detection of Botulinum Neurotoxin Serotype B at Sub Mouse LD50 Levels by a Sandwich Immunoassay and its Application to Toxin Detection in Milk -
Scotcher, M.C., Cheng, L.W., Stanker, L.H. 2010. Detection of Botulinum Neurotoxin Serotype B at Sub Mouse LD50 Levels by a Sandwich Immunoassay and its Application to Toxin Detection in Milk. PLos One. 5(6):e11047.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0011047.
Comparison of Toxicological Properties of Botulinum Neurotoxin Serotypes A and B in Mice -
Cheng, L.W., Henderson Ii, T.D., Scotcher, M.C., Stanker, L.H. 2009. Comparison of Toxicological Properties of Botulinum Neurotoxin Serotypes A and B in Mice. American Chemical Society [Abstract]. Paper No. 26541
Antibody Protection Against Botulinum Neurotoxin Intoxication In Mice -
Cheng, L.W., Stanker, L.H., Henderson Ii, T.D., Lou, J., Marks, J.D. 2009. Antibody Protection Against Botulinum Neurotoxin Intoxication In Mice. Infection and Immunity. 77(10):4305-4313.
Detection of Protein Toxins -
Brandon, D.L., Cheng, L.W., He, X., Rasooly, R., Scotcher, M.C., Stanker, L.H., Carter, J.M. 2009. Detection of Protein Toxins. Meeting Abstract. Poster No. 8.
Characterization of the epitope region of F1-2 and F1-5, two monoclonal antibodies to Botulinum Neurotoxin Type A -
Scotcher, M.C., Johnson, E.A., Stanker, L.H. 2009. Characterization of the epitope region of F1-2 and F1-5, two monoclonal antibodies to Botulinum Neurotoxin Type A. Hybridoma. 28(5):315-325
Botulinum Neurotoxin Research at the Western Regional Research Center -
Immunochemical technologies for replacement of rodent bioassays in sensitive detection of toxins in foods -
Carter, J.M., Cheng, L.W., He, X., Rasooly, R., Brandon, D.L., Stanker, L.H. 2010. Immunochemical technologies for replacement of rodent bioassays in sensitive detection of toxins in foods. Proceedings from Biodetection Technologies 6th Edition. 5:75-95.
Detection of botulinum neurotoxin-A activity in food by peptide cleavage assay -
Rasooly, R., Stanker, L.H., Carter, J.M., Do, P.M., Cheng, L.W., He, X., Brandon, D.L. 2008. In vitro peptide cleavage assay for detection of Botulinum Neurotoxin-A activity in food. International Journal of Food Microbiiology. 126 (2008):135-139
Effects of purification on the bioavailability of botulinum neurotoxin type A -
Cheng, L.W., Onisko, B.C., Johnson, E.A., Reader, J.R., Griffey, S.M., Larson, A.E., Tepp, W.H., Stanker, L.H., Brandon, D.L., Carter, J.M. 2008. Effects of purification on the bioavailability of botulinum neurotoxin type A. Toxicology. 249(2008):123-129.
Development and Partial Characterization of High-affinity Monoclonal Antibodies for Botulinum Toxin Type A and their use in Analysis of Milk by Sandwich ELISA -
Stanker, L.H., Merrill, P.A., Scotcher, M.C., Cheng, L.W. 2008. Development and Partial Characterization of High-affinity Monoclonal Antibodies for Botulinum Toxin Type A and their use in Analysis of Milk by Sandwich ELISA. Journal of Immunological Methods, 336:1-8.
The complete genome sequence and analysis of the Epsilonproteobacterium Arcobacter butzleri. -
Miller, W.G., Parker, C., Rubenfield, M., Mendz, G.L., Wosten, M.M., Ussery, D.W., Stolz, J.F., Binnewies, T.T., Hallin, P.F., Wang, G., Malek, J.A., Rogosin, A., Stanker, L.H., Mandrell, R.E. 2007. The complete genome sequence and analysis of the Epsilonproteobacterium Arcobacter butzleri. PLoS One. 2(12):e1358.
OPTICAL IMMUNOSENCOR AND CONVENTIONAL ELISA FOR THE ANALYSIS OF PYRETHROIDS AND DDT IN ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES -
Kramer, P.M., Weber, C.M., Kremmer, E., Rauber, C., Martens, D., Forester, S., Stanker, L.H., Rauch, P., Shiundu, P.M., Mulaa, F.J. 2007. Optical immunosencor and Conventional Elisa for the Analysis of Pyrethroids and DDT in Environmental Samples. Kennedy I.R., Solomon K., Gee S., Crosnan A., Wang S. 1ST Edition. New York, NY: University Press. p. 186-202.
Development of High Affinity Monoclonal Antibodies Specific for Botulinum Neurotoxin Type A and a Sensitive Immunoassay with Detection Near that of the Mouse Bioassay -
Stanker, L.H., Merrill, P.A. 2006. Development of High Affinity Monoclonal Antibodies Specific for Botulinum Neurotoxin Type A and a Sensitive Immunoassay with Detection Near that of the Mouse Bioassay [abstract]. ICCVAN, NICEAM/ECVAM Scientific Workshop on alternative methods to refine reduce and replace the mouse LD50 assay for botulinum testing Silver Springs, MD, 28, Nov 13-14, 2006.
DEVELOPMENT OF NEW MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC FOR BOTULINUM NEUROTOXIN TYPE A -
Stanker, L.H., Merrill, P.A., Cheng, L.W., Carter, J.M., Brandon, D.L. 2006. Development of new monoclonal antibodies specific for botulinum neurotoxin type a. [Abstract]. ACS National Meeting. Oral Presentation AGRO 235.
ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NEW ANTI-PRP MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES -
Stanker, L.H., Serban, A.V., Safa, J., Prusiner, S.B. 2006. Isolation and characterization of new anti-prp monoclonal antibodies. [Abstract]. ACS National Meeting and Exposition. Platform Presentation AGFD 199.
DEVELOPMENT OF A SENSITIVE MAGNETIC PARTICLE IMMUNOASSAY FOR PERMETHRIN -
Fernando, R., Parrotta, C.D., Kamp, L., Church, J., Stanker, L.H. 2006. Development of a sensitive magnetic particle immunoassay for permethrin. [Abstract]. ACS National Meeting and Exposition. Poster Number AGRO 153.
SURVIVAL OF ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7 AND SALMONELLA ENTERICA IN MANURE WASTE WATER FROM DAIRY LAGOONS -
Ravva, S.V., Sarreal, C.Z., Duffy, B., Stanker, L.H. 2006. Survival of escherichia coli o157:h7 and salmonella enterica in manure waste water from dairy lagoons. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 101(2006):891-902
NEW RESEARCH AT THE USDA ARS ON DETECTION OF CRUDE BOTULINUM NEUROTOXIN IN FOOD -
Carter, J.M., Binder, R.G., Stanker, L.H., Brandon, D.L. 2005. New research at the usda ars on detection of crude botulinum neurotoxin in food. [Abstract]. Interagency Botulism Research Committee. Poster 4.
APPLICATION OF AN OPTICAL AND AN ELECTROCHEMICAL IMMUNOSENSOR FOR POLLUTION MONITORING IN THE NAIROBI RIVER -
A NEW OPTICAL IMMUNOSENSOR PLATFORM FOR THE ANALYSIS OF PYRETHROIDS AND DDT IN WATER -
Weber, C.M., Forster, S., Kremmer, E., Rauch, P., Mulaa, F.J., Stanker, L.H., Kramer, P.M. 2005. A new optical immunosensor platform for the analysis of pyrethroids and ddt in water. Program No. 303. 2005 Abstrac Viewer. Honolulu, Hawaii: International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basis Societies. Pacifichem Symposium.
REAL-TIME QUANTITATIVE PCR DETECTION OF MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM SUBSP. PARATUBERCULOSIS AND DIFFERENTIATION FROM OTHER MYCOBACTERIA USING SYBR GREEN AND TAQMAN ASSAYS -
Ravva, S.V., Stanker, L.H. 2005. Real-time quantitative pcr detection of mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis and differentiation from other mycobacteria using sybr green and taqman assays. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 63(2005) 305-317.
SYBR GREEN AND TAQMAN ASSAYS FOR SENSITIVE DETECTION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM SUBSP. PARATUBERCULOSIS FROM OTHER MYCOBACTERIA -
THE USE OF KINEXA FOR QUANTITATIVE RAPID DETECTION OF CEFTIOFUR ANTIBOTIC RESIDUES IN RAW MILK -
Anis, N., Menking, D., Valdes, J., Park, J., Gotthardt, J., Khalia, M., Stanker, L.H. 2004. The use of kinexa for quantitative rapid detection of ceftiofur antibotic residues in raw milk [abstract]. First Annual Sapidyne Instruments KinExA Symposium. Paper No. ANIS.
TECHNIQUES AND CHALLENGES IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF PRION DISEASES. -
Stanker, L.H., Carter, J.M. 2004. Techniques and challenges in the diagnosis of prion diseases.. Meeting Abstract.
APPLICATION OF ELECTROCHEMICAL IMMUNONSENSOR TECHNOLOGY TO POLLUTION MONITORING IN THE NAIROBI RIVER -
Robinson, M.J., McNeil, C.J., Weber, C-M., Kramer, P.M., Stanker, L.H. 2004. Application of electrochemical immunonsensor technology to pollution monitoring in the Nairobi River. 8th World Congress on Biosensors Proceedings. P2.4.12.
SOLID-PHASE IMMUNOSENSOR FOR QUANTITATIVE RAPID DETECTION OF ANTIBIOTIC RESIDUES IN RAW UNPROCESSED MILK. -
Anis, N., Gotthardt, J., Thomas, M., Von Bredow, J., Khalil, M., Stanker, L.H., Menking, D., Valdes, J., Park, J. 2004. Solid-phase immunosensor for quantitative rapid detection of antibiotic residues in raw unprocessed milk.. Meeting Abstract.
THE USE OF BIODEGRADABLE PELLETS FOR THE CONTROL OF SALMONELLA IN BROILERS DURING FEED WITHDRAWAL -
Byrd II, J.A., Stanker, L.H., McReynolds, J.L., Nisbet, D.J. 2004. The use of biodegradable pellets for the control of Salmonella in broilers during feed withdrawal [abstract]. Poultry Science. 83(Suppl. 1):103.
IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIAL POPULATIONS IN DAIRY WASTEWATERS BY USE OF 16S RRNA GENE SEQUENCES AND OTHER GENETIC MARKERS -
McGarvey, J.A., Miller, W., Sanchez, S., Stanker, L.H. 2004. Identification of bacterial populations in dairy wastewaters by use of 16S rRNA gene sequences and other genetic markers. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 70(7):4267-4275.
IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIAL POPULATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL WASTE WATER USING 16S RDNA SEQUENCES AND OTHER GENETIC MARKERS. -
Mcgarvey, J.A., Stanker, L.H., Ravva, S.V., Miller, W.G., Sanchez, S. 2004. Identification of bacterial populations in agricultural waste water using 16s rdna sequences and other genetic markers [Abstract]. American Society for Microbiology Meeting. Poster Q030.
BACTERIAL ANALYSIS OF DAIRY WASTEWATER, A MOLECULAR APPROACH -
McGarvey, J.A., Ravva, S.V., Stanker, L.H., Miller, W.G., Sanchez, S. Bacterial analysis of dairy wastewater, a molecular approach. Meeting Abstract.
EFFECT OF MOLASSES ON REGROWTH OF E. COLI O157:H7 AND SALMONELLA IN COMPOST TEAS -
Duffy,B., Sarreal, C., Ravva, S., Stanker, L. 2004. Effect of molasses on regrowth of E. coli O157:H7 and Salmonella in compost teas. Compost Science & Utilization. 12(1):93-96.
A MICROCANTALEVER-BASED PATHOGEN DETECTOR -
Weeks, B.L., Camarero, J., Noy, A., Miller, A., Stanker, L.H., De Yoreo, J. 2003. A microcantalever-based pathogen detector. Symposium Proceedings of Nanotechnology Conference 2003.
GENOMIC ANALYSIS OF MACROPHAGES INFECTED WITH M. TUBERCULOSIS, M. AVIUM AND M. SMEGMATIS. -
Mcgarvey, J.A., Stanker, L.H., Ravva, S.V., Bermudez, L. 2003. Genomic analysis of macrophages infected with m. tuberculosis, m. avium and m. smegmatis [Abstract]. Poster 5613.
SURVIVAL OF E. COLI 0157:H7 IN AERATED DAIRY MANURE LAGOONS. -
Stanker, L.H. and Ravva, S.V., 2002. Survival of E. coli 0157:H7 in aerated dairy manure lagoons. In Cherry, J.P. and Pavlath, A.E. (eds.) Proceedings of the 31st United States-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources (UJNR) Protein Resources Panel, p. M1-6, December 1-6, 2002, Monterey, CA.
DEVELOPMENT OF RECOMBINANT ANTI-DIOXIN ANTIBODIES AND EFFECTS OF LIGHT CHAIN REARRANGEMENTS ON LIGAND BINDING -
SYSTEM FOR THE CONTROL OF ENTEROPATHOGENIC BACTERIA IN THE CROPS OF POULTRY -
Byrd II, J.A., Stanker, L.H., Corrier, D.E. 2003. System for the control of enteropathogenic bacteria in the crops of poultry. U.S. Patent 6,555,106B2.
REGROWTH OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA IN COMPOST TEAS AND RISK OF TRANSMISSION TO STRAWBERRY PLANTS. -
Duffy, B., Sarreal, C., Stevenson, R., Ravva, S. and Stanker, L., 2002. Regrowth of pathogenic bacteria in compost teas and risk of transmission to strawberry plants. p. 1142-1149. In F.C. Michel, Jr., R.F. Rynk and H.A.J. Hoitink (ed.), Proceedings of 2002 International Symposium: Composting and Compost Utilization, The JG Press, Inc., Emmaus, PA. (CD-ROM from JG Press).
IMMUNOASSAY AND HPLC DETECTION OF HALOFUGINONE IN CHICKEN LIVER SAMPLES OBTAINED FROM COMMERCIAL SLAUGHTER HOUSES: A COMBINED STUDY -
BACTERIAL DETECTION USING SENSITIVE IMMUNOCHEMICAL METHODS -
Stanker, L.H., Sheffield, C., Beier, R.C. Andreotti, P., Venkateswaran, K., McBride, M.T., Ravva, S.V., Duffy, B.K., Mandrell, R.E. 2001. Bacterial Detection Using Sensitive Immunological Methods. In Proceedings of the 30th United States-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources (UJNR) Protein Resources Panel, October 15-19, 2001, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan. p. 33-40.
FOODBORNE PATHOGENS IN DAIRY ENVIRONMENTS -
Ravva, S.B., Duffy, B.K., Stanker, L.H., Mandrell, R.E. 2001. Foodborne Pathogens in Dairy Environments. Proceedings of the 30th United States-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources (UJNR) Protein Resources Panel, October 15-19, 2001, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan. p. 64-71.
FLUORESCENT MARKER FOR THE DETECTION OF CROP AND UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL LEAKAGE IN POULTRY PROCESSING PLANTS -
THE CHICKEN MIM-1 PROTEIN,P33, IS A HETEROPHIL CHEMOTACTIC FACTOR PRESENT IN SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS IMMUNE LYMPHOKINE -
GENOTYPIC VARIATION AMONG ARCOBACTER ISOLATES FROM A FARROW-TO-FINISH SWINEFACILITY -
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS OF ACUTE ERGOTAMINE ADMINISTRATION TO ENDOTOXIN CHALLENGED STEERS -
CECAL VOLATILE FATTY ACIDS AND BROILER CHICK SUSCEPTIBILITY TO SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM COLONIZATION AS AFFECTED BY AFLATOXINS AND T-2 TOXIN -
DETERMINATION OF FLUOROQUINOLONES IN SERUM USING AN ON-LINE CLEANUP COLUMN COUPLED TO HIGH PERFORMANCE IMMUNOAFFINITY/REVERSED-PHASE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY -
ROLE OF CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI GENES CIAB AND PLDA IN CECAL COLONIZATION -
AN ANTIGEN BASED ON MOLECULAR MODELING RESULTED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY-BASED IMMUNOASSAY FOR THE COCCIDIOSTAT NICARBAZIN -
INHIBITION OF IN VITRO SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM COLONIZATION IN PORCINE CECALBACTERIA CONTINUOUS-FLOW COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURES -
IMMUNOCHEMICAL APPROACHES TO THE DETECTION OF SULFATHIAZOLE IN ANIMAL TISSUES -
A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY BASED IMMUNOAFFINITY COLUMN FOR ISOLATION OF PCDD/ PCDF FROM SERUM. -
SEPARATION AND QUANTIFICATION OF TWO FLUOROQUINOLONES IN SERUM BY ON-LINE HIGH-PERFORMANCE IMMUNOAFFINITY CHROMATOGRAPHY -
BACTERICIDIAL EFFECT OF SODIUM CHLORATE ON ESHERICHIA COLI 0157: H7 AND SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM DT104 IN RUMEN CONTENTS -
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.
THE USE OF AN ANTIGEN BASED ON MOLECULAR MODELING RESULTED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY-BASED IMMUNOASSAY FOR THE COCCIDIOSTATNICARBAZIN -
ASSESSMENT OF THE LONG TERM SHEDDING PATTERN OF SALMONELLA SEROVAR CHOLERAESUIS FOLLOWING EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION OF NEONATAL PIGLETS -
MODELING THE SURVIVABILITY OF SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM IN THE CHICKEN CECAE USING AN ANAEROBIC CONTINUOUS-CULTURE OF CHICKEN CECAL BACTERIA -
CHANGES IN THE MICROBIAL ECOLOGY OF A MIXED ANAEROBIC BACTERIAL CULTURE CHALLENGED WITH VANCOMYCIN -
APPLICATION OF IMMUNOASSAY FOR DETECTION OF ANTIBIOTICS IN FOODS AND FEED: A REVIEW -
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEY OF ANTIMICROBIAL-RESISTANT SALMONELLA IN MARKET-AGE SWINE -
PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENTS INVOLVING SALMONELLA-IMMUNE LYMPHOKINE IN VIVO EFFECTS ON NEUTROPHIL FUNCTION IN WEANED PIGS AND SALMONELLA CHOLERAESUIS ORGAN INVASION IN NEONATAL PIGS -
DEVELOPMENT OF A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY-BASED CELISA FOR THE ANALYSIS OF SULFADIMETHOXINE 1. -
DEVELOPMENT OF A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY-BASED CELISA FOR THE ANALYSIS OF SULFADIMETHOXINE. 2. EVALUATION OF RAPID EXTRACTION METHODS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF INCURRED RESIDUES IN CHICKEN LIVER TISSUE -
COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION OF SALMONELLA SEROVAR TYPHIMURIUM FROM THE GUT OF EARLY WEANED PIGS -
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 -
EVALUATION OF TWO COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE ELISA KITS FOR DETECTION OF SALMONELLAE IN SWINE LYMPH NODES AND CECAL AND FECAL CONTENTS -
EFFECT OF SODIUM CHLORATE ON ESCHERICHIA COLI CONCENTRATIONS IN THE BOVINE GUT -
LONG TERM SHEDDING OF SALMONELLA CHOLERAESUIS FOLLOWING EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION OF VERY YOUNG PIGLETS -
COMPARISON OF TWO ENRICHMENT SCHEMES FOR QUALITATIVE RECOVERY OF SALMONELLASEROVAR CHOLERAESUIS FROM RECTAL SWABS COLLECTED FROM NEONATAL AND EARLY WEANED PIGS -
EFFECT OF COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION ON TRANSMISSION OF SALMONELLA CHOLERAESUIS BETWEEN EARLY WEANED PIGS -
DETERMINATION OF MINIMUM INHIBITORY CONCENTRATIONS OF STREPTOMYCIN FOR RESISTANT SALMONELLA ISOLATES AND EVALUATION OF A MICRO-BROTH DILUTION SYSTEM -
COMPARISON OF INITIAL ENRICHMENT ON THE RECOVERY OF SALMONELLAE FROM SWINE LYMPH NODES AND CECAL CONTENTS AT SLAUGHTER -
EVALUATION OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE ELISA TEST KITS FOR DETECTION OF SALMONELLA IN PIGS AT SLAUGHTER -
INFLUENCE OF PRE-ENRICHMENT ON THE RECOVERY OF SALMONELLAE FROM SWINE LYMPHNODES AND CECAL CONTENTS AT SLAUGHTER -
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEY OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE OF SALMONELLA IN MARKET-AGESWINE -
EFFECT OF SELECTED ORGANIC ACIDS ON THE CONTROL OF SALMONELLA IN MARKET- AGE BROILERS DURING FEED WITHDRAWAL -
BACTERIOCIDAL EFFECT OF SODIUM CHLORATE ON ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7 AND SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM DT104 IN RUMEN CONTENTS -
BACTERIOCIDAL EFFECT OF SODIUM CHLORATE ON E. COLI O157:H7 IN RUMINAL CONTENTS -
PREVALENCE OF CAMPYLOBACTER, SALMONELLA, AND ARCOBACTER SPECIES AT SLAUGHTER IN MARKET AGE PIGS -
FLUORESCENT MARKER FOR THE DETECTION OF CROP AND UPPERGASTROINTESTINAL LEAKAGE IN POULTRY PROCESSING PLANTS -
A PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE OF SALMONELLA IN MARKET-AGE SWINE -
PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION; REDUCTION OF HORIZONTAL TRANSMISSION OF SALMONELLA CHOLERAESUIS BETWEEN EARLY WEANED PIGS -
EPIDEMIOLOGIC SURVEY TO DETERMINE ENTEROPATHOGEN PREVALENCE AND ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE PROFILES IN AN INTEGRATED SWINE OPERATION -
OVERVIEW OF CURRENT SALMONELLAE RESEARCH IN SWINE BY THE AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE, COLLEGE STATION, TX -
EVALUATION OF SALMONELLA SEROTYPE DISTRIBUTIONS FROM COMMERCIAL BROILER HATCHERIES AND GROWER HOUSES -
DETECTION OF BACTERIA FROM A CECAL ANAEROBIC COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE WITH AN IMMUNOASSAY ELECTROCHEMILUMINESCENE SENSOR -
COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION OF SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM BY PORCINE CECAL BACTERIAL CONTINUOUS-FLOW CULTURES CONTAINING CHLORTETRACYCLINE -
AFFINITY SELECTION OF COMPOUNDS IN A FLUOROQUINOLONE CHEMICAL LIBRARY BY ON-LINE IMMUNOAFFINITY DELETION COUPLED TO COLUMN HPLC -
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. -
ENHANCED SURVIVABILITY OF VERY YOUNG NURSERY REARED PIGLETS TREATED WITH A PORCINE DERIVED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE -
EFFECT OF COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION TREATMENT ON SHEDDING AND HORIZONTAL TRANSMISSION OF SALMONELLA CHOLERAESUIS IN PIGS -
A BACTERIAL FIBRONECTIN-BINDING PROTEIN (CADF) IS ESSENTIAL FOR CECAL COLONIZATION OF CHICKS BY CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI -
REDUCTION OF SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM IN CONTINUOUS-FLOW COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURES DERIVED FROM SWINE CECAL BACTERIA -
EFFECT OF A COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE (CF3) ON MORTALITY AND HORIZONTALTRANSMISSION OF SALMONELLA GALLINARUM IN BROILER CHICKENS -
CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF RECOMBINANT FAB ANTIBODIES AND IMMUNOASSAYS FOR DIOXIN -
4.4'-DINITROCARBANILIDE - HAPTEN DEVELOPMENT UTILIZING MOLECULAR MODELS -
A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY-BASED IMMUNOASSAY FOR DETECTION OF CEFTIOFUR IN MILK -
EFFECT OF FEED WITHDRAWAL ON CAMPYLOBACTER IN THE CROPS OF MARKET-AGE BROILER CHICKENS -
HPLC AND IMMUNOASSAY DETECTION OF THE COCCIDIOSTAT HALOFUGINONE IN CHICKEN LIVER SAMPLES OBTAINED FROM COMMERCIAL SLAUGHTER HOUSES -
DEVELOPMENT OF IMMUNOCHEMICAL METHODS FOR DRUG RESIDUE ANALYSIS IN MEATS AND POULTRY -
EXPERIMENTAL AND NATURAL INFECTION OF NEWLY WEANED PIGS WITH SALMONELLA CHOLERAESUIS -
COMPARISON OF THE CURRENT REGULATORY HPLC METHOD AND IMMUNOASSAY DETECTION METHOD OF THE COCCIDIOSTAT HALOFUGIONE IN CHICKEN LIVERS FROM COMMERCIAL PACKING PLANTS -
ADMINISTRATION OF SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS-IMMUNE LYMPHOKINE TO DAY-OLD TURKEYS BY SUBCUTANEOUS, ORAL, AND NASAL ROUTES: A COMPARISON OF EFFECTS ONSALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS ORGAN INVASION, PERIPHERAL BLOOD HETEROPHILIA, AND -
COMPARISON OF THE FUNCTIONAL ACTIVATION OF NEONATAL CHICKEN AND TURKEY HETEROPHILS IN RESPONSE TO STIMULATION BY INFLAMMATORY AGONISTS -
ISOLATION AND ENUMERATION OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPECIES FROM COMMERCIAL SWINE OPERATONS -
INCIDENCE OF CAMPYLOBACTER IN CROPS OF PRE-HARVEST MARKET-AGE BROILER CHICKENS -
HAPTEN SYNTHESIS AND ANTIBODY DEVELOPMENT FOR 2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN (TCDD) IMMUNOASSAYS -
TRANSFORMED CHICKEN T-CELL LINE PRODUCES LYMPHOKINES WHICH CONFER RESISTANCE TO SALMONELLA ENTERIDITIS ORGAN INVASION IN DAY-OLD TURKEYS -
REDUCTION OF CECAL LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES IN LEGHORN CHICKS FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH A COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE (CF3) -
REDUCTION OF CECAL LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES IN LEGHORN CHICKS FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH A COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE (CF3**TM) -
BLOOD HAPTOGLOBIN LEVEL IN CATTLE: DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMPLE ENZYME IMMUNOASSAY TEST AND ITS APPLICATION IN IMPROVING FOOD SAFETY -
DETECTION OF HALOFUGINONE RESIDUES IN CHICKEN LIVER TISSUE BY HPLC AND A MONOCLONAL-BASED IMMUNOASSAY -
HORIZONTAL TRANSMISSION OF SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM IN BROILER CHICKS -
CHAIN SHUFFLING: IMPROVED SENSITIVITY OF DIOXIN COMPETITIVE IMMUNOASSAY -
DOSAGE TITRATION OF A CHARACTERIZED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE TO ESTABISH SALMONELLA COLONIZATION RESISTANCE IN BROILER CHICKENS DURING GROWOUT -
NEONATAL CALF ACUTE PHASE PROTEIN, ENDOCRINE, AND IMMUNE RESPONSES TO NORMAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES -
CONTROL OF HORIZONTAL SPREAD OF SALMONELLA TO CONTACT CHICKS FROM SEEDER CHICKS CHALLENGED SIMULTANEOUSLY OR ONE-DAY BEFORE COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION TREATMENT -
EVALUATION OF ORAL, SUBCUTANEOUS, AND NASAL ADMINISTRATION OF SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS (SE)-IMMUNE LUMPHOKINES ON THE POTENTIATION OF A PROTECTIVE HETEROPHILIC INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE TO SE IN DAY-OLD CHICKENS -
ARYL HYDROCARBON (AH)-NONRESPONSIVENESS IN ESTROGEN RECEPTOR-NEGATIVE MDA-MB-231 CELLS IS ASSOCIATED WITH EXPRESSION OF A VARIANT ARNT PROTEIN -
MODELING SALMONELLA CHOLERAESUIS INFECTION BY ORAL ROUTE OF INOCULATION; TITRATION OF DOSE STRENGTH -
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 -
IMMUNOMODULATION OF THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE OF NEONATAL TURKEYS AGAINST SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS -
LYMPHOKINE-MEDIATED IMMUNOPROPHYLAXIS OF INVASIVE SALMONELLA INFECTION IN NEONATAL CHICKENS -
THE USE OF SEMI-THICK SECTIONS TO EVALUATE THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN A SPECIES OF THEILERIA AND THE ERYTHROCYTE MEMBRANE -
EFFECT OF COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION OF SALMONELLA SHEDDING IN SWINE -
HORIZONTAL TRANSMISSION OF SALMONELLA CHOLERASUIS IN WEANED PIGS EXPOSED TODIFFERENT CHALLENGE LEVELS -
SERUM HAPTOGLOBIN CONCENTRATIONS IN HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE DIAGNOSED WITH TOXIC PUERPERAL METRITIS -
PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AGAINST SARAFLOXACIN AND CROSS-REACTIVITY STUDIES OF RELATED FLUOROQUINOLONES -
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 -
USE OF CONTINUOUS-FLOW DERIVED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE TO PREVENT SALMONELLA GUT COLONIZATION IN BABY PIGS -
BRAIN SPECIFIC ISOENZYME IN THE CIRCULATING BLOOD OF CATTLE AS A SEQUELAE TO THE STUNNING PROCESS -
IN VITRO REPRODUCTION OF BABESIA ISOLATES FROM NORTH AMERICAN WILD RUMINANTS -
MOLECULAR MODELS FOR THE STEREOCHEMICAL STRUCTURES OF FUMONISIN B1 AND B2 -
DEVELOPMENT OF ANTIBODIES AGAINST THE FLUOROQUINOLONE SARAFLOXACIN AND MOLECULAR MODELING STUDIES OF CROSS-REACTIVE COMPOUNDS -
APPLICATION OF AN IMMUNOASSAY FOR THE DETECTION OF HALOFUGINONE RESIDUES INCHICKEN LIVERS AS A POTENTIAL METHOD FOR USE IN THE FSIS REGULATORY PROGRAM -
ANALYSIS OF CEFTIOFUR IN BOVINE TISSUE AND FLUIDS -
CORRELATION OF HPLC AND IMMUNOASSAYS FOR GLYCOALKALOIDS IN POTATO TUBERS AND LEAVES -
IMMUNO-BASED METHODOLOGY FOR DETECTION OF MICROORGANISMS IN COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURES -
IMMUNO-BASED METHODOLOGY FOR DETECTION OF MICROORGANISMS IN COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURES -
DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF MOLECULAR IMPRINTING TECHNOLOGY FOR RESIDUE ANALYSIS -
METABOLIC INTERACTIONS OF SELECTED CECAL BACTERIA AND A PRIMARY POULTRY ISOLATE OF SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM GROWN IN MIXED CULTURE -
DEVELOPMENT OF A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY-BASED ELISA FOR THE SULFONAMIDE ANTIBIOTIC SULFADIMETHOXINE: APPLICATION FOR THE ANALYSIS OF INCURRED RESIDUE TISSUES -
INTRODUCTION TO IMMUNOASSAYS FOR RESIDUE ANALYSIS: CONCEPTS, FORMATS, AND APPLICATIONS -
USE OF A CONTINUOUS-FLOW DERIVED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE TO PREVENT SALMONELLA GUT COLONIZATION IN BABY PIGS -
ANTIDIOXIN MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES -
APPLICATION OF MOLECULARLY-IMPRINTED POLYMERS FOR RAPID SAMPLE CLEANUP: HPLC AND IMMUNOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS -
MOLECULARLY-IMPRINTED POLYMERS: NEW MATERIALS WITH NEW APPLICATIONS -
DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR IMPRINTS FOR RESIDUE ANALYSIS -
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 -
DEVELOPMENT OF A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY-BASED IMMUNOASSAY TO DETECT FUROSEMIDEIN COWS MILK -
APPLICATION OF MOLECULARLY-IMPRINTED POLYMERS FOR RAPID SAMPLE CLEANUP: IMMUNOCHEMICAL AND HPLC ANALYSIS -
APPLICATION OF AN IMMUNOASSAY DEVELOPED FOR CEFTIOFUR -
DEVELOPMENT OF AN IMMUNOASSAY FOR CEFTIOFUR: MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY DEVELOPMENT, CROSS REACTIVITY AND MOLECULAR MODELING STUDIES -
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE XRCC1-DNALIGASE III COMPLEX IN VITRO AND ITS ABSENCE FROM MUTANT HAMSTER CELLS -
COMPETITIVE INDIRECT ELISA FOR CEFTIOFUR SODIUM AND THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENTIMMUNIZING AND COATING ANTIGEN CONJUGATES -
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 -
PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES DIRECTED AGAINST THE AH RECEPTOR -
COMPARISON OF ELISA AND HPLC METHODS FOR THE DETECTION AND QUANTIFICATION OF SALINOMYCIN IN CHICKEN LIVER TISSUE -
SERUM HAPTOGLOBIN LEVELS IN A POPULATION OF FEEDLOT CATTLE -
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