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Agricultural Research Service

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Allen E Jensen
Infectious Bacterial Diseases Research
Research Biologist

Phone: (515) 337-7204
Fax: (515) 337-7149
Room 3401

1920 DAYTON AVE
AMES , IA 50010

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Effect of Polymyxin B and Environmental Conditions on Isolation of Brucella Species and the Vaccine Strain RB51 -
Jensen, A.E., Halling, S.M. 2010. Effect of Polymyxin B and Environmental Conditions on Isolation of Brucella Species and the Vaccine Strain RB51. Comparative Immunology Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. 33(2):121-131.
Defensin Susceptibility and Colonization in the Mouse Model of AJ100, a Polymyxin B Resistant, Brucella abortus RB51 Isolate -
Halling, S.M., Jensen, A.E., Olsen, S.C. 2008. Defensin Susceptibility and Colonization in the Mouse Model of AJ100, a Polymyxin B Resistant, Brucella abortus RB51 Isolate. Current Microbiology. 56(2008):274-278.
Diagnostic Characterization of a Feral Swine Herd Enzootically Infected with Brucella -
Stoffregen, W.C., Olsen, S.C., Wheeler, C.J., Bricker, B.J., Palmer, M.V., Jensen, A.E., Halling, S.M., Alt, D.P. 2007. Diagnostic Characterization of a Feral Swine Herd Enzootically Infected with Brucella. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. 19(3):227-237.
Intrinsic and selected resistance to antibiotics binding the ribosome: analyses of Brucella 23S rrn, L4, L22, EF Tu1, EF Tu2, efflux and phylogenetic implications -
Halling, S.M., Jensen, A.E. 2006. Intrinsic and selected resistance to antibiotics binding the ribosome: analyses of Brucella 23S rrn, L4, L22, EF Tu1, EF Tu2, efflux and phylogenetic implications. BMC Microbiology. 6:84.
SUSCEPTIBILITY OF BRUCELLA TO MACROLIDES: ANALYSES OF THE 23S RDNA, L4 AND L22 -
Halling, S.M., Jensen, A.E. 2005. Susceptibility of brucella to macrolides: Analyses of the 23S rDNA, L4 and L22 [abstract]. North Central Branch American Society for Microbiology. p.44.
ANTIBIOTIC SENSITIVITIES OF BRUCELLA TO MACROLIDES AND A LINCOSAMIDE: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE USUAL SUSPECTS - 23S RNA AND L4 AND L22 -
Halling, S.M., Jensen, A.E. 2005. Antibiotic sensitivities of Brucella to Macrolides and a Lincosamide: An Investigation of the Usual Suspects - 23S RNA and L4 and L22 [abstract]. 58th Brucellosis Research Conference. p. 89.
VAST DIFFERENCES IN SENSITIVITY AMONG BRUCELLA SPECIES TO POLYMYXIN B AND COLISTIN -
Jensen, A.E., Halling, S.M. 2005. Vast differences in sensitivity among brucella species to polymyxin b and colistin [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology. 2005 CDROM.
APPLICATION OF HOOF-PRINT TECHNOLOGY AS AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL TOOL IN A NATURAL OUTBREAK OF BRUCELLA ABORTUS -
Bricker, B.J., Ewalt, D.R., Montgomery, D.L., Mills, K.W., O'Toole, D., Edwards, W.H., Cook, W.E., Jensen, A.E., Logan, J.R., Combs, B.A. 2004. Application of HOOF-Print technology as an epidemiological tool in a natural outbreak of Brucella abortus [abstract].
RESULTS OF A VACCINE TRIAL USING BRUCELLA ABORTUS RB51 IN A FERAL SWINE HERD ENZOOTICALLY INFECTED WITH BRUCELLA IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA -
Stoffregen, W.C., Bricker, B.J., Jensen, A.E., Wheeler, C.J., Olsen, S.C. 2004. Results of a vaccine trial using brucella abortus rb51 in a feral swine herd enzootically infected with brucella in the United States of America. Pig Veterinary Society International Congress Proceedings. Paper No. 717.
CHARATERIZATION OF BRUCELLA ISOLATES OF FERAL SWINE FROM COASTAL SOUTH CAROLINA -
BIOSAFETY OF PARENTERAL BRUCELLA ABORTUS STRAIN RB51 VACCINE IN BISON CALVES -
ISOLATION OF BRUCELLA ABORTUS STRAIN RB51 FROM VACCINATED BISON (BISON BISON) -
SEROLOGIC RESPONSES, BIOSAFETY AND CLEARANCE OF BRUCELLA ABORTUS STRAIN RB51 IN 7 MONTH OLD BISON -
SEROLOGIC RESPONSES, BIOSAFETY AND CLEARANCE OF BRUCELLA ABORTUS STRAIN RB51 IN 7 MONTH OLD BISON -
EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION OF PREGNANT CATTLE WITH THE VACCINE CANDIDATE STRAIN BRUCELLA ABORTUS RB51: PATHOLOGIC, BACTERIOLOGIC AND SEROLOGIC FINDINGS -
EFFECTS OF AGE AT VACCINATION ON EFFICACY OF BRUCELLA ABORTUS STRAIN RB51 TO PROTECT CATTLE AGAINST BRUCELLOSIS -
EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION OF PREGNANT CATTLE WITH THE VACCINE STRAIN BRUCELLA ABORTUS RB51 -
PLACENTITIS INDUCED BY THE VACCINE CANDIDATE BRUCELLA ABORTUS STRAIN RB51 IN PREGNANT CATTLE -
BACTERIAL PERSISTENCE AND IMMUNITY IN GOATS VACCINATED WITH A PURE DELETION MUTANT OR THE PARENTAL 16 M STRAIN OF BRUCELLA MELITENSIS -
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