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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Allison A Strey
Insect Control and Cotton Disease Research
Biological Science Lab Technician

Phone: (979) 260-9276
Fax: (979) 260-9386

2765 F&B ROAD
COLLEGE STATION , TX 77845


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Calcium montmorillonite clay reduces urinary biomarkers of fumonisin B1 exposure in rats and humans -
Robinson, A., Johnson, N.M., Strey, A.A., Taylor, J.F., Marroquin-Cardona, A., Mitchell, N.J., Afriyie-Gyawu, E., Ankrah, N., Williams, J.H., Wang, J., Jolly, P.E., Nachman, R.J., Phillips, T.D. 2012. Calcium montmorillonite clay reduces urinary biomarkers of fumonisin B1 exposure in rats and humans. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Part A 29:809-818.
A novel dihydromidazoline trans-Pro mimetic analog is a selective PK/PBAN agonist -
Nachman, R.J., Ben-Aziz, O., Davidovitch, M., Kaczmarek, K., Zabrocki, J., Williams, H., Strey, A.A., Altstein, M. 2010. A novel dihydromidazoline trans-pro mimetic analog is a selective PK/PBAN agonist. Frontiers in Bioscience. E2:195-203.
Evaluation of a PK/PBAN analog with an (E)-alkene, trans-Pro isostere identifies the Pro orientation for activity in four diverse PK/PBAN bioassays -
Nachman, R.J., Wang, X.J., Etzkorn, F.A., Ben-Aziz, O., Davidovitch, M., Kaczmarek, K., Zabrocki, J., Strey, A.A., Pryor, N.W., Alstein, M. 2009. Evaluation of a PK/PBAN analog with an (E)-alkene, trans-Pro isostere identifies the Pro orientation for activity in four diverse pyrokinin bioassays. Peptides. 30:1254-1259.
Biostable beta-amino acid PK/PBAN analogs: Agonist and antagonist properties -
Nachman, R.J., Ben-Aziz, O., Davidovitch, M., Zubrzak, P., Isaac, R.E., Strey, A.A., Reyes-Rangel, G., Juaristi, E., Williams, H.J., Alstein, M. 2009. Biostable beta-amino acid PK/PBAN analogs: Agonist and antagonist properties. Peptides. 30:608-615.
Biostable agonists that match or exceed activity of native insect kinins on recombinant arthropod GPCRs -
Taneja-Bageshwar, S., Strey, A.A., Isaac, R.E., Coast, G.M., Zubrzak, P., Pietrantonio, P.V., Nachman, R.J. 2009. Biostable agonists that match or exceed activity of native insect kinins on recombinant arthropod GPCRs. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 162:122-128.
Identification of a CAPA-PVK (Ixori-PVK/CAP2b) from single cells of the Gulf Coast tick, Amblyomma maculatum -
Neupert, S., Russell, W.K., Russell, D.H., Strey, O., Teal, P., Strey, A.A., Nachman, R.J. 2008. Identification of a CAPA-PVK (Ixori-PVK/CAP2b) from single cells of the Gulf Coast tick, Amblyomma maculatum. Pestycydy/Pesticides. 1-2:67-73.
A beta-amino acid pyrokinin analog induces irregular pupariation behavior in larvae of the flesh fly Sarcophaga bullata -
Nachman, R.J., Zubrzak, P., Williams, H., Strey, A.A., Zdarek, J. 2007. A beta-amino acid pyrokinin analog induces irregular pupariation behavior in larvae of the flesh fly Sarcophaga bullata. Pestycydy/Pesticides. 210:3979-3989.
Comparison of insect kinin analogs with cis-peptide bond, type VI-turn motifs identifies optimal stereochemistry for interaction with a recombinant arthropod kinin receptor from the Southern cattle tick, Boophilus microplus -
Taneja-Bageshwar, S., Strey, A.A., Kaczmarek, K., Zabrocki, J., Pietrantonio, P., Nachman, R.J. 2008. Comparison of insect kinin analogs with cis-peptide bond, type VI-turn motifs identifies optimal stereochemistry for interaction with a recombinant arthropod kinin receptor from the southern cattle tick, Boophilus microplus. Peptides. 29:295-301.
Identifications of selective and non-selective, biostable beta-amino acid agonists of recombinant insect kinin receptors from the Southern cattle tick, Boophilus microplus, and mosquito, Aedes aegypti -
Taneja-Bageshwar, S., Strey, A.A., Zubrzak, P., Williams, H., Reyes-Rangel, G., Juaristi, E., Pietrantonio, P., Nachman, R.J. 2008. Identifications of selective and non-selective, biostable beta-amino acid agonists of recombinant insect kinin receptors from the southern cattle tick, Boophilus microplus, and mosquito, Aedes aegypti. Peptides. 29:302-309.
Inhibition of PK-PBAN-mediated functions in insects: Discovery of selective and non-selective inhibitors -
Alstein, M., Ben-Aziz, O., Zeltzer, I., Bhargava, K., Davidovich, M., Strey, A.A., Pryor, N.W., Nachman, R.J. 2007. Inhibition of PK-PBAN-mediated functions in insects: Discovery of selective and non-selective inhibitors. Peptides. 28:574-584.
COMPARATIVE STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY ANALYSIS OF INSECT KININ CORE ANALOGS ON RECOMBINANT KININ RECEPTORS FROM SOUTHERN CATTLE BOOPHILUS MICROPLUS (ACARI:IXODIDAE) AND MOSQUITO AEDES AEGYPTI (DIPTERA:CULICIDAE) -
Taneja-Bageshwar, S., Strey, A.A., Zubrzak, P., Pietrantonio, P.V., Nachman, R.J. 2006. Comparative structure-activity analysis of insect kinin core analogs on recombinant kinin receptors from southern cattle tick Boophilus microplus (Acari: Ixodidae) and mosquito Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae). Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology. 62:128-140.
STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIPS FOR INSECT KININS ON EXPRESSED RECEPTORS FROM A TICK (ACARI:IXODIDAE) AND A MOSQUITO (DIPTERA:CULICIDAE) -
Taneja-Bageshwar, S., Strey, A.A., Zubrzak, P., Pietrantonio, P.V., Nachman, R.J. 2006. Structure-activity relationships for insect kinins on expressed receptors from a tick (Acari: Ixodidae) and a mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae). Proceedings of International Conference on Arthropods: Chemical, Physiological and Environmental Perspectives. 3:55-59.
A COMPARISON OF THE PUPARIATION ACCELERATION ACTIVITY OF PYROKININ-LIKE PEPTIDES NATIVE TO THE FLESH FLY: WHICH PEPTIDE REPRESENTS THE PRIMARY PUPARIATION FACTOR? -
Nachman, R.J., Strey, A.A., Zubrzak, P., Zdarek, J. 2006. A comparison of the pupariation acceleration activity of pyrokinin-like peptides native to the flesh fly: Which peptide represents the primary pupariation factor? Peptides. 27:527-533.
Beta-Amino acid analogs of an insect neuropeptide -
Zubrzak, P., Williams, H., Coast, G.M., Reyes-Rangel, G., Juaristi, E., Zabrocki, J., Strey, A.A., Nachman, R.J. 2006. Beta-Amino acid analogs of an insect neuropeptide. Proceedings of the 19th American Peptide Symposium, New York, NY, June 18-23, 2005. p. 369-370.
ENHANCED ORAL AVAILABILITY/PHEROMOTROPIC ACTIVITY OF PEPTIDASE-RESISTANT TOPICAL AMPHIPHILIC ANALOGS OF PYROKININ/PBAN INSECT NEUROPEPTIDES -
NACHMAN,R.J., TEAL,P.E., STREY,A.A., ENHANCED ORAL AVAILABILITY/PHEROMOTROPIC ACTIVITY OF PEPTIDASE-RESISTANT TOPICAL AMPHIPHILIC ANALOGS OF PYROKININ/PBAN INSECT NEUROPEPTIDES, PEPTIDES, 2002. 23: 2035-2043
ENHANCED IN VIVO ACTIVITY OF PEPTIDASE-RESISTANT ANALOGS OF THE INSECT KININ NEUROPEPTIDE FAMILY -
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