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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Edward M Steadham
Infectious Bacterial Diseases Research


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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
HEAT INACTIVATION OF MYCOBACTERIUM PARATUBERCULOSIS IN RAW MILK: ARE CURRENT PASTEURIZATION CONDITIONS EFFECTIVE? -
HEAT INACTIVATION OF MYCOBACTERIUM PARATUBERCULOSIS IN RAW MILK USING HOLDER TEST-TUBE METHOD AND LABORATORY-SCALE PASTEURIZER METHOD -
HEAT INACTIVATION OF MYCOBACTERIUM PARATUBERCULOSIS IN RAW MILK: ARE CURRENT PASTEURIZATION CONDITIONS EFFECTIVE? -
EVALUATION OF PASSIVE IMMUNIZATION OF TURKEYS CHALLENGED WITH ASPERGILLUS ORAL PRESENTATION FOR AVMA/AAAP MEETING, RENO, NV, JULY 20-24, 1997 -
ALPHA 5/BETA 1 INTEGRIN MEDIATES BRUCELLA ABORTUS STRAIN RB51 ADHESION ON BOVINE TROPHOBLASTIC CELLS -
HEAT INACTIVATION OF MYCOBACTERIUM PARATUBERCULOSIS IN RAW MILK USING HOLDER-TEST TUBE METHOD AND LAB-SCALE INDUSTRIAL PASTEURIZATION METHOD -
HEAT INACTIVATION OF MYCOBACTERIUM PARATUBERCULOSIS IN RAW MILK USING HOLDER-TEST TUBE METHOD AND LAB-SCALE INDUSTRIAL PASTEURIZATION METHOD -
EXPERIMENTAL ASPERGILLOSIS IN TURKEYS TREATED WITH DEXAMETHASONE -
MORPHOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF CD4+, CD8+, AND GAMMA-DELTA+ T-LYMPHOCYTES IN LYMPH NODES OF CATTLE VACCINATED WITH BRUCELLA ABORTUS STRAINS RB51 AND 19 -
T-CELLS SUBSETS IN LYMPH NODES OF CATTLE VACCINATED WITH BRUCELLA ABORTUS STRAINS RB51 AND 19 -
IMMUNE RESPONSE OF MICE CHALLENGED WITH BRUCELLA ABORTUS STRAIN 2308 AFTER ORAL VACCINATION WITH ATTENUATED SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM EXPRESSING BRUCELLA GROEL -
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