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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Allyn Spear
Dairy Forage Research
Microbiology

Phone: (414) 382-7596
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600 EAST GREENFIELD AVE
MADISON , WI 53204

Projects
Reducing Impacts of Disease on Salmonid Aquaculture Production
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 431885
Utilizing the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Animal Care and Use Committee
Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 431114
Immune Evasion in Aquatic Rhabdoviral Pathogens
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 431202

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Comparative population genetic structure and diversity of Yellow Perch and Walleye: Broad- and fine-scale patterns across North America -
Stepien, C.A., Kramer, E., Spear, A., Shepherd, B.S., Haponski, A.E., Sepulveda-Villet, O. 2016. Comparative population genetic structure and diversity of Yellow Perch and Walleye: Broad- and fine-scale patterns across North America [abstract]. Proceeding of World Aquaculture Society. p. 13.
The influence of sex and environmental temperature on the acute stress response of juvenile yellow perch Perca flavescens -
Spear, A., Paul, T., Leaman, D., Vijayan, M.M., Stepien, C.A., Shepherd, B.S. 2016. The influence of sex and environmental temperature on the acute stress response of juvenile yellow perch Perca flavescens [abstract]. Proceeding of World Aquaculture Society. p. 13.
Viral precursor protein P3 and its processed products perform discrete and essential functions in the poliovirus RNA replication complex -
Spear, A., Ogram, S., Morasco, B., Smerage, L.E., Flanegan, J.B. 2015. Viral precursor protein P3 and its processed products perform discrete and essential functions in the poliovirus RNA replication complex. Virology. 485:492-501. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.virol.2015.07.018.
Development of a genome copy specific RT qPCR assay for divergent strains of type II porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus Reprint Icon -
Spear, A., Faaberg, K.S. 2015. Development of a genome copy specific RT qPCR assay for divergent strains of type II porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus. Journal of Virological Methods. 218:1-6.
Inclusion of modified heteroclite RNAs as a novel means to augment live attenuated porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus vaccines -
The vOTU domain of highly-pathogenic porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus displays a differential substrate preference -
Deaton, M.K., Spear, A., Faaberg, K.S., Pegan, S.D. 2014. The vOTU domain of highly-pathogenic porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus displays a differential substrate preference. Virology. 454-455:247-253.
Occurrence, sequence polymorphism and population structure of Circulifer tenellus virus 1 in a field population of the beet leafhopper -
Spear, A., Yokomi, R.K., French, R.C., Stenger, D.C. 2013. Occurrence, sequence polymorphism and population structure of Circulifer tenellus virus 1 in a field population of the beet leafhopper. Virus Research. 176:307-311.
Identification and tracking genomic variability using a PRRSV specific microarray platform -
Nicholson, T.L., Spear, A., Wilson, T., Fischer, K.F., Faaberg, K.S., Brockmeier, S. 2013. Identification and tracking genomic variability using a PRRSV specific microarray platform. American Society for Microbiology 113th General Meeting. Paper No. 827. p. 132.
The use of epitope tags in modified porcine respiratory and reproductive syndrome virus vaccines to differentiate infected from vaccinated animals -
Spear, A.R., Lager, K.M., Faaberg, K.S. 2013. The use of epitope tags in modified porcine respiratory and reproductive syndrome virus vaccines to differentiate infected from vaccinated animals. Positive Strand RNA Viruses, Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology. Paper No. 2079, p. 94.
Cells derived from the glassy-winged sharpshooter, Homalodisca vitripennis, support infection and replication of viral RNA from a clone of Homalodisca coagulata virus 1 (HoCV-1). -
Pathogenesis of HP-PRRSV in gnotobiotic pigs -
Lager, K.M., Faaberg, K.S., Brockmeier, S.L., Miller, L.C., Kappes, M.A., Spear, A., Kehrli, Jr., M.E. 2012. Pathogenesis of HP-PRRSV in gnotobiotic pigs. 2012 International PRRS Symposium. p. 92.
Changes in circulating and thymic lymphocyte populations following infection with strains of North American or highly pathogenic PRRSV -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Palmer, M.V., Spear, A.R., Faaberg, K.S., Nicholson, T.L. 2012. Changes in circulating and thymic lymphocyte populations following infection with strains of North American or highly pathogenic PRRSV. International PRRS Symposium 2012. Poster No. 77.
Comparison of the pathogenesis of Asian highly-pathogenic PRRSV isolates to U.S. isolates and their ability to cause secondary bacterial infection in swine -
Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Palmer, M.V., Spear, A.R., Faaberg, K.S., Nicholson, T.L. 2012. Comparison of the pathogenesis of Asian highly-pathogenic PRRSV isolates to U.S. isolates and their ability to cause secondary bacterial infection in swine. International PRRS Symposium 2012. Poster No. 64.
Changes in circulating and thymic lymphocyte populations following infection with strains of North American or highly pathogenic PRRSV -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Palmer, M.V., Spear, A.R., Faaberg, K.S., Nicholson, T.L. 2012. Changes in circulating and thymic lymphocyte populations following infection with strains of North American or highly pathogenic PRRSV. Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases Annual Meeting. Paper No. 185.
Comparison of Asian highly-pathogenic PRRSV isolates to US isolates for their ability to cause secondary bacterial infection in swine -
Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Palmer, M.V., Spear, A.R., Faaberg, K.S., Nicholson, T.L. 2012. Comparison of Asian highly-pathogenic PRRSV isolates to US isolates for their ability to cause secondary bacterial infection in swine. Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases. Paper No. 184.
Reovirus genomes from plant-feeding insects represent a newly discovered lineage within the family Reoviridae -
Spear, A., Sisterson, M.S., Stenger, D.C. 2012. Reovirus genomes from plant-feeding insects represent a newly discovered lineage within the family Reoviridae. Virus Research. 163:503-511.
Spissistilus festinus reovirus: a novel, unassigned species of the family Reoviridae infecting the three-cornered alfalfa hopper -
Spear, A., Sisterson, M.S., Stenger, D.C. 2011. Spissistilus festinus reovirus: a novel, unassigned species of the family Reoviridae infecting the three-cornered alfalfa hopper [abstract]. American Society for Virology Meeting. p.334.
Plant-feeding insects harbor double-stranded RNA viruses encoding a novel proline-alanine rich protein and a polymerase distantly related to that of fungal viruses -
Spear, A., Sisterson, M.S., Yokomi, R.K., Stenger, D.C. 2010. Plant-feeding insects harbor double-stranded RNA viruses encoding a novel proline-alanine rich protein and a polymerase distantly related to that of fungal viruses. Virology. 404:304-311.
Novel double-stranded RNA viruses of plant-feeding insects encode a serine-alanine-proline rich protein and a polymerase distantly related to fungal viruses -
Spear, A., Sisterson, M.S., Yokomi, R.K., Stenger, D.C. 2010. Novel double-stranded RNA viruses of plant-feeding insects encode a serine-alanine-proline rich protein and a polymerase distantly related to fungal viruses. American Society for Virology Meeting Scientific Program. P.79.
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