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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Roger D Woods
Virus and Prion Research


Phone: (515) 663-7703 ext.
Fax: (515) 663-7254
Room B-17

2300 Dayton Avenue
11
AMES , IA 500100000


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
PARTIAL PASSIVE PROTECTION WITH 2 MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AND FREQUENCY OF FEEDING OF HYPERIMMUNE ANTI-TGEV SERUM FOR PROTECTION OF 3 DAY OLD PIGLETS FROM A TGEV CHALLENGE INFECTION -
EFFICACY OF A TRANSMISSIBLE GASTROENTERITIS CORONAVIRUS WITH AN ALTERED ORF-3 GENE -
PATHOLOGY OF BVDV INFECTION IN NEONATAL PIGS (INVITED ORAL PRESENTATION FOR THE INT. MEET. OF PESTIVIRUS INFECTION IN SWINE, JULY 6-7, 2000, AMES, IA) -
BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUS ISOLATED FROM FETAL CALF SERUM ENHANCES PATHOGENICITY OF ATTENUATED TRANSMISSIBLE GASTROENTERITIS VIRUS IN NEONATAL PIGS (PESTIVIRUS INFECTION IN SWINE, JULY 2000, AMES, IOWA) -
BVDV ISOLATED FROM FETAL CALF SERUM ENHANCES PATHOGENICITY OF ATTENUATED TGEV IN NEONATAL PIGS -
ENTERIC AND LYMPHOID ORGAN LESIONS IN NEONATAL PIGS INOLCULATED WITH BVDV ORAL PRESENTATION FOR U.S.-JAPAN NATURAL RESOURCES MYCOPLASMOSIS PANEL MEETING, NOV. 4, 1998 -
ENTERITIS AND LYMPHOCYTE DEPLETION IN PIGS INOCULATED WITH BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUS -
TRANSMISSIBLE GASTROENTERITIS (TGE) VIRUS -
INTERACTION OF BVDV AND TGE IN VITRO MAY CORRELATE WITH VIRULENCE CHANGES IN VIVO -
PORCINE ENTERIC CALICIVIRUS: DEVELOPMENT OF AN ANIMAL MODEL FOR INFECTION BY SMALL ROUND STRUCTURED VIRUSES IN HUMANS -
PREVALENCE OF CORONAVIRUS ANTIBODIES IN IOWA SWINE -
TRANSMISSIBLE GASTROENTERITIS (TGE) VIRUS -
ISOLATION OF VIRULENT TRANSMISSIBLE GASTROENTERITIS VIRUS FROM A SOW 18 MONTHS POST-EXPOSOURE -
IDENTIFICATION OF AN EPITOPE ASSOCIATED WITH VIRULENCE ON THE MILLER STRAIN OF PORCINE TRANSMISSIBLE GASTROENTERITIS VIRUS -
TRANSMISSIBLE GASTROENTERITIS CORONAVIRUS CARRIER SOW -
DEVELOPMENT OF PCR-BASED TECHNIQUES TO IDENTIFY PORCINE TRANSMISSIBLE GASTROENTERITIS CORONAVIRUS ISOLATES -
MONITORING OF VIRUS NUCLEIC ACIDS IN BOAR SEMEN -
TRANSMISSIBLE GASTROENTERITIS (TGE) VIRUS -
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