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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Eduardo Saldivar (Ed)
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Biological Science Laboratory Technician (Microbiology)

Phone: (956) 969-5005 ext. 016
Fax: (956) 969-5033

2413 E HIGHWAY 83
#213
WESLACO , TX 78596


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
A serological method for detection of Nosema ceranae -
Aronstein, K.A., Saldivar, E., Webster, T. 2013. A serological method for detection of Nosema ceranae. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 114(3):621-625.
How Varroa parasitism affects the immunological and nutritional status of the honey bee, Apis mellifera -
Aronstein, K.A., Saldivar, E., Vega, R., Westmiller, S., Douglas, A.E. 2012. How Varroa parasitism affects the immunological and nutritional status of the honey bee, Apis mellifera. Insects. 3(3):601-615.
Evaluation of Nosema ceranae spore-specific polyclonal antibodies -
Aronstein, K.A., Saldivar, E., Webster, T.C. 2011. Evaluation of Nosema ceranae spore-specific polyclonal antibodies. Journal of Apicultural Research. 50(2):145-151.
Transcriptional responses in honey bee larvae infected with chalkbrood fungus -
Aronstein, K.A., Murray, K.D., Saldivar, E. 2010. Transcriptional responses in honey bee larvae infected with chalkbrood fungus. Biomed Central (BMC) Genomics. 11:Article 391.
SID-1 IS IMPLICATED IN SYSTEMIC GENE SILENCING IN THE HONEY BEE -
Aronstein, K.A., Pankiw, T., Saldivar, E. 2006. SID-1 is implicated in systemic gene silencing in the honey bee. Journal of Apicultural Research. 45(1):20-24.
CHARACTERIZATION OF A HONEY BEE TOLL RELATED RECEPTOR GENE AW18W AND ITS POTENTIAL INVOLVEMENT IN ANTIMICROBIAL IMMUNE DEFENSE -
Aronstein, K.A., Saldivar, E. 2005. Characterization of a honey bee Toll related receptor gene Am18w and its potential involvement in antimicrobial immune defense. Apidologie. 36(1):3-14.
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