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Susan L Brockmeier
Virus and Prion Research
Veterinary Medical Science

Phone: (515) 337-7221
Fax: (515) 337-7149

P.O. BOX 70
1920 DAYTON AVE
AMES , IA 50010

Projects
Triple-Acting Therapeutic for Streptococcus suis
General Cooperative Agreement (A)
  Accession Number: 430897
STRATEGIES TO CONTROL AND PREVENT BACTERIAL INFECTIONS IN SWINE
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  Accession Number: 421211

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Enhancement of innate immunity with granulocyte colony-stimulating factor did not mitigate disease in pigs infected with a highly pathogenic Chinese PRRSV strain -
Schlink, S.N., Lager, K.M., Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Miller, L.C., Vorwald, A.C., Yang, H., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Faaberg, K.S. 2016. Enhancement of innate immunity with granulocyte colony-stimulating factor did not mitigate disease in pigs infected with a highly pathogenic Chinese PRRSV strain. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 179:70-76.
The B. bronchiseptica type III secretion system does not negatively affect the protective immunity induced by influenza A virus vaccines -
Susceptibility of swine to H5 and H7 low pathogenic avian influenza viruses Reprint Icon -
Balzli, C., Lager, K., Vincent, A., Gauger, P., Brockmeier, S., Miller, L., Richt, J.A., Ma, W., Suarez, D., Swayne, D.E. 2016. Susceptibility of swine to H5 and H7 low pathogenic avian influenza viruses. Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses. 10(4):346-352.
Characterization and vaccine potential of outer membrane vesicles produced by Haemophilus parasuis -
McCaig, W.D., Loving, C.L., Hughes, H.R., Brockmeier, S. 2016. Characterization and vaccine potential of outer membrane vesicles produced by Haemophilus parasuis. PLoS One. 11(3):e0149132.
Biotherapeutics as alternatives to antibiotics: effects of adenoviral delivered IFN-alpha and G-CSF on innate and adaptive immunity in swine -
Draft genome sequences of nine Streptococcus suis strains isolated in the United States -
Hau, S.J., Bayles, D.O., Alt, D.P., Brockmeier, S.L., Frana, T.S., Nicholson, T.L. 2015. Draft genome sequences of nine Streptococcus suis strains isolated in the United States. Genome Announcements. 3(6):e01301-15.
Oral fluids as a live-animal sample for evaluating cross-reactivity and cross-protection following intranasal influenza A virus vaccination in pigs -
Hughes, H.R., Vincent, A.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Gauger, P.C., Pena, L., Santos, J., Braucher, D.R., Perez, D.R., Loving, C.L. 2015. Oral fluids as a live-animal sample source for evaluating cross-reactivity and cross-protection following intranasal influenza A virus vaccination in pigs. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology. 22(10):1109-1120.
Evaluation of two real-time polymerase chain reaction assays for porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) to assess PEDV transmission in growing pigs -
Miller, L.C., Crawford, K.K., Lager, K.M., Kellner, S.G., Brockmeier, S. 2016. Evaluation of two real-time polymerase chain reaction assays for porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) to assess PEDV transmission in growing pigs. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. 28(1):20-29.
Immune mechanisms associated with enhanced influenza A virus disease versus cross-protection in vaccinated pigs. -
Partial heterologous protection against Glässer’s disease in pigs colonized with an avirulent isolate of Haemophilus parasuis -
Isolation and characterization of outer membrane vesicles from Haemophilus parasuis -
Lymphocyte responses in the lungs of vaccinated pigs following homologous and heterologous influenza A virus challenge. -
Mucosal correlates of cross-protection for live-attenuated influenza virus vaccines in pigs. -
Efficacy of type 2 PRRSV vaccine against Chinese and Vietnamese HP-PRRSV challenge in pigs -
Lager, K.M., Schlink, S.N., Brockmeier, S.L., Miller, L.C., Henningson, J.N., Kappes, M.A., Kehrli, M.E., Loving, C.L., Guo, B., Swenson, S.L., Yang, H., Faaberg, K.S. 2014. Efficacy of type 2 PRRSV vaccine against Chinese and Vietnamese HP-PRRSV challenge in pigs. Vaccine. 32(48):6457–6462.
Virulence and draft genome sequence overview of multiple strains of the swine pathogen Haemophilus parasuis Reprint Icon -
Brockmeier, S.L., Register, K.B., Kuehn, J.S., Nicholson, T.L., Loving, C.L., Shore, S.M., Phillips, G.J. 2014. Virulence and draft genome sequence overview of multiple strains of the swine pathogen Haemophilus parasuis. PLoS ONEe. 9(8):e103787.
Mucosal correlates of cross-protection for live-attenuated influenza virus vaccines in pigs -
Cross-fostering to prevent maternal cell transfer did not prevent vaccine-associated enhanced respiratory disease that occurred following heterologous influenza challenge of pigs vaccinated in presence of maternal immunity -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Vincent, A.L., Gauger, P.C., Zanella, E.L., Lager, K.M., Kehrli, Jr., M.E. 2014. Cross-fostering to prevent maternal cell transfer did not prevent vaccine-associated enhanced respiratory disease that occurred following heterologous influenza challenge of pigs vaccinated in presence of maternal immunity. Viral Immunology. 27(7):334-342.
Comparative studies of the genome, virulence, and protection of 10 Haemophilus parasuis strains -
The Bordetella bronchiseptica type III secretion system is required for persistence and disease severity but not transmission in swine Reprint Icon -
Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Register, K.B., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Shore, S.M. 2014. The Bordetella bronchiseptica type III secretion system is required for persistence and disease severity but not transmission in swine. Infection and Immunity. 82(3):1092-1103.
Comparative virulence and genomic analysis of 10 strains of Haemophilus parasuis -
Chinese and Vietnamese strains of HP-PRRSV cause different pathogenic outcomes in United States high health swine Reprint Icon -
Guo, B., Lager, K.M., Schlink, S.N., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Brockmeier, S.L., Miller, L.C., Swensen, S.L., Faaberg, K.S. 2013. Chinese and Vietnamese strains of HP-PRRSV cause different pathogenic outcomes in United States high health swine. Virology. 446(1-2):238-250.
Virulence, transmission, and heterologous protection of four isolates of Haemophilus parasuis Reprint Icon -
Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Mullins, M., Register, K.B., Nicholson, T.L., Wiseman, B.S., Baker, R.B., Kehrli, Jr., M.E. 2013. Virulence, transmission, and heterologous protection of four isolates of Haemophilus parasuis. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology. 20(9):1466-1472.
Porcine granulocyte-colony stimulating factor (G-CSF) delivered via replication-defective adenovirus induces a sustained increase in circulating peripheral blood neutrophils -
Loving, C.L., Kehrli, M.E., Brockmeier, S.L., Bayles, D.O., Michael, D.D., Schlink, S.N., Lager, K.M. 2013. Porcine granulocyte-colony stimulating factor (G-CSF) delivered via replication-defective adenovirus induces a sustained increase in circulating peripheral blood neutrophils. Biologicals. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biologicals.2013.07.001.
Efficacy of inactivated and live-attenuated influenza virus vaccines in pigs against infection and transmission of emerging H3N2 similar to the 2011-2012 H3N2v -
Loving, C.L., Lager, K.M., Vincent, A.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Gauger, P.C., Anderson, T.K., Kitikoon, P., Perez, D.R., Kehrli, Jr., M.E. 2013. Efficacy in pigs of inactivated and live attenuated influenza virus vaccines against infection and transmission of an emerging H3N2 similar to the 2011-2012 H3N2v. Journal of Virology. 87(17):9895-903.
Pathogenesis of highly-pathogenic Asian PRRSV in pigs -
Brockmeier, S. 2013. Pathogenesis of highly-pathogenic Asian PRRSV in pigs. 2013 American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Annual Convention, July 19-23, 2013, Chicago, Illinois. Paper No. 13917.
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.
Two Asian highly pathogenic strains of Type 2 PRRSV in United States swine -
Faaberg, K., Lager, K., Brockmeier, S., Guo, B., Swenson, S., Yang, H., Kehrli, M., Nicholson, T., Miller, L., Henningson, J., Schlink, S., Kappes, M. 2013. Two Asian highly pathogenic strains of Type 2 PRRSV in United States swine. Positive Strand RNA Viruses, Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology. Paper No. 1063.
Cross-reactive immune responses following vaccination with a live-attenuated influenza virus compared to adjuvanted, whole-inactivated virus in pigs -
Loving, C.L., Braucher, D.R., Brockmeier, S.L., Vincent, A.L. 2012. Cross-reactive immune responses following vaccination with a live-attenuated influenza virus compared to adjuvanted, whole-inactivated virus in pigs. Immunological Mechanisms of Vaccination, Keystone Symposia. Paper No. 2038.
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.
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. International PRRS Symposium 2012. Poster No. 77.
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.
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.
Infection of United States swine with a Chinese highly pathogenic strain of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus -
Guo, B., Lager, K.M., Henningson, J.N., Miller, L.C., Schlink, S.N., Kappes, M.A., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Brockmeier, S.L., Nicholson, T.L., Yang, H., Faaberg, K.S. 2013. Experimental infection of United States swine with a Chinese highly pathogenic strain of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus. Virology. 435(2):372-384.
Biotherapeutics as alternatives to antibiotics: Effects of adenoviral delivered cytokines on innate and adaptive immunity -
Genomic sequence and virulence comparison of four type 2 porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus strains -
Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Vorwald, A.C., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Baker, R.B., Nicholson, T.L., Lager, K.M., Miller, L.C., Faaberg, K.S. 2012. Genomic sequence and virulence comparison of four Type 2 porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus strains. Virus Research. 169(1):212-221.
Biotherapeutics as alternatives to antibiotics: effects of IFN-a and G-CSF on innate and adaptive immunity in swine -
Comparison of human-like H1 (delta-cluster) influenza A viruses in the swine host -
Ciacci Zanella, J.R., Vincent, A.L., Zanella, E.L., Lorusso, A., Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Gauger, P.C., Janke, B.H., Gramer, M.R. 2012. Comparison of human-like H1 (delta-cluster) influenza A viruses in the swine host. Influenza Research and Treatment. Available: http://www.hindawi.com/journals/irt/2012/329029/.
Influenza A virus and secondary bacterial infection in swine -
The presence of alpha interferon at the time of infection alters the innate and adaptive immune responses to porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus -
Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Nelson, E.A., Miller, L.C., Nicholson, T.L., Register, K.B., Grubman, M.J., Brough, D.E., Kehrli, Jr., M.E. 2012. The presence of alpha interferon at the time of infection alters the innate and adaptive immune responses to porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology. 19(4):508-514.
Effects of interferon-alpha on the immune response to porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus -
Phenotypic modulation of the Bvg+ phase is not required for pathogenesis and transmission of Bordetella bronchiseptica in swine -
Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Register, K.B., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Stibitz, S.E., Shore, S.M. 2012. Phenotypic modulation of the virulent Bvg phase is not required for pathogenesis and transmission of Bordetella bronchiseptica in swine. Infection and Immunity. 80(3):1025-1036.
Influenza A virus in pigs – protection, provocation and predisposition -
Enhancement of innate immunity with granulocyte colony-stimulating factor did not prevent disease in pigs infected with a highly pathogenic Chinese PRRSV strain -
Schlink, S.N., Lager, K.M., Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Henningson, J.N., Faaberg, K.S., Guo, B., Miller, L.C., Vorwald, A.C., Kehrli, Jr., M.E. 2011. Enhancement of innate immunity with granulocyte colony-stimulating factor did not prevent disease in pigs infected with a highly pathogenic Chinese PRRSV strain. 2011 International PRRS Symposium. Paper No. 59. page 76.
Sequence and virulence comparison of four North American isolates of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus -
Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Miller, L.C., Vorwald, A.C., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Baker, R.B., Nicholson, T.L., Lager, K.M., Faaberg, K.S. 2011. Sequence and virulence comparison of four North American isolates of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus. Conference of Research Workers in Diseases. Paper No. 174. p. 171.
Fulminant sepsis is a cardinal sign of HP-PRRSV in pigs -
Lager, K.M., Faaberg, K.S., Guo, B., Brockmeier, S.L., Henningson, J.N., Schlink, S.N., Miller, L.C., Kappes, M.A., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Nicholson, T.L., Yang, H.-C. 2011. Fulminant sepsis is a cardinal sign of HP-PRRSV in pigs [abstract]. 2011 International PRRS Symposium. Paper No. 60. page 77.
Host response to secondary bacterial infection associated with antecedent influenza virus infection in pigs – exacerbation associated with vaccination -
Loving, C.L., Vincent, A.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Henningson, J.N., Braucher, D.R., De Souza Rajao, D. 2011. Host response to secondary bacterial infection associated with antecedent influenza virus infection in pigs - exacerbation associated with vaccination [abstract]. Autumn Immunology Conference. Poster No. 140.
Comparison of the pathogenicity of Chinese and low virulent US porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome viruses -
Henningson, J.N., Faaberg, K.S., Guo, B., Schlink, S.N., Miller, L.C., Kappes, M.A., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Brockmeier, S.L., Nicholson, T.L., Vorwald, A.C., Lager, K.M. 2011. Comparison of the pathogenicity of Chinese and low virulent US porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome viruses [abstract]. American College of Veterinary Pathologists. Paper No. 164. Veterinary Pathology. 48(6):E30.
Bordetellosis -
Brockmeier, S.L., Register, K.B., Nicholson, T.L., Loving, C.L. 2012. Bordetellosis. In: Zimmerman, J., Karriker, L., Ramirez, A., Schwartz, K., Stevenson, G., editors.Diseases of Swine. 10th edition. Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press. pp. 670-679.
Pasteurellosis -
Highly pathogenic porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus JXwn06 causes high mortality in vivo -
Kappes, M.A., Guo, B., Lager, K.M., Henningson, J.N., Schlink, S.N., Miller, L.C., Brockmeier, S., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Yang, H., Faaberg, K.S. 2011. Highly pathogenic porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus JXwn06 causes high mortality in vivo [abstract]. XIIth International Nidovirus Symposium. p. 80.
Highly pathogenic Chinese porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus strain JXwn06 in US swine -
Kappes, M.A., Guo, B., Lager, K.M., Henningson, J.N., Schlink, S.N., Miller, L.C., Brockmeier, S., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Yang, H., Faaberg, K.S. 2011. Highly pathogenic Chinese porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus strain JXwn06 in US swine [abstract]. 30th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Virology. p. 211.
HP-PRRSV challenge of 4 and 10-week-old pigs -
Lager, K.M., Faaberg, K.S., Guo, B., Brockmeier, S., Henningson, J.N., Schlink, S.N., Miller, L.C., Kappes, M.A., Kehrli, Jr., M.E., Loving, C.L., Nicholson, T.L., Yang, H.C. 2011. HP-PRRSV challenge of 4 and 10-week-old pigs. In: Proceedings of the 5th Asian PRRSpective Symposium, May 10, 2011, Bangkok, Thailand. 6 pages.
Porcine TLR3 characterization and expression in response to influenza virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica -
Sacco, R.E., Nicholson, T.L., Waters, T.E., Brockmeier, S. 2011. Porcine TLR3 characterization and expression in response to influenza virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 142(1-2):57-63.
Contribution of Bordetella bronchiseptica Type III secretion system to respiratory disease in swine -
Brockmeier, S., Nicholson, T.L., Loving, C.L., Register, K.B. 2011. Contribution of Bordetella bronchiseptica type III secretion system to respiratory disease in swine [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology 2011 Annual Meeting. Abstract No. 1494.
Porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2) vaccination is effective in reducing disease and PCV2 shedding in semen of boars concurrently infected with PCV2 and Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae -
Opriessnig, T., Madson, D.M., Schalk, S., Brockmeier, S., Shen, H., Beach, N.M., Meng, X.J., Baker, R.B., Zanella, E.L., Halbur, P.G. 2011. Porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2) vaccination is effective in reducing disease and PCV2 shedding in semen of boars concurrently infected with PCV2 and Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae. Theriogenology. 76(2):351-360.
Utility of a Panviral Microarray for Detection of Swine Respiratory Viruses in Clinical Samples -
Nicholson, T.L., Kukielka, D., Vincent, A.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Miller, L.C., Faaberg, K.S. 2011. Utility of a panviral microarray for detection of swine respiratory viruses in clinical samples. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 49(4):1542-1548.
Analysis of Chinese PRRSV Type 2 strain in U.S. swine -
Faaberg, K.S., Guo, B., Lager, K.M., Brockmeier, S.L., Henningson, J.N., Schlink, S.N., Miller, L.C., Yang, H. 2011. Analysis of Chinese porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus type 2 strain in United States swine [abstract]. ASM Conference on Viral Genome Replication. Poster No. 55A. p. 69.
Innate immune responses to pathogens involved in the porcine respiratory disease complex -
Brockmeier, S.L., Loving, C.L., Vincent, A.L. 2011. Innate immune responses to pathogens involved in the porcine respiratory disease complex [abstract]. Keystone Symposia, Immunity in the Respiratory Tract. Poster No. 114. p. 149.
Innate Immune Responses are Enhanced in Pigs After Sequential Infection with Influenza Virus and Haemophilus parasuis -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Vincent, A.L. 2010. Innate immune responses are enhanced in pigs after sequential infection with influenza virus and Haemophilus parasuis [abstract]. Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases. Paper No. 165.
G-CSF Analogue Treatment Increases Peripheral Neutrophil Numbers in Pigs - a Potential Alternative for In-Feed Antibiotics -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Bayles, D.O., Greenlee, J.J., Lager, K.M., Kehrli, Jr., M.E. 2010. G-CSF analogue treatment increases peripheral neutrophil numbers in pigs - a potential alternative for in-feed antibiotics. Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases. Paper No. 140.
Analysis of Asian PRRSV Type 2 Strains -
Guo, B., Lager, K.M., Henningson, J.N., Schlink, S.N., Miller, L.C., Brockmeier, S., Yang, H.C., Faaberg, K.S. 2010. Analysis of Asian PRRSV type 2 strains [abstract]. 45th US-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources Panel of Animal and Avian Health Meeting. p. 8.
Use of an Avirulent Isolate of Haemophilus parasuis as a Vaccine -
Brockmeier, S., Register, K.B., Loving, C.L., Nicholson, T.L. 2010. Use of an avirulent Isolate of Haemophilus parasuis as a vaccine. 45th US-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources Panel of Animal and Avian Health Meeting. p 14.
Influenza Vaccination in the Face of Maternal Antibody Results in Enhanced Pneumonia Following Heterologous, Homosubtypic Influenza Challenge -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Vincent, A.L., Gauger, P.C., Kehrli, Jr., M.E. 2010. Influenza vaccination in the face of maternal antibody results in enhanced pneumonia following heterologous, homosubtypic influenza challenge [abstract]. Keystone Symposia, Immunological Mechanisms of Vaccination. Paper No. 243.
Influenza Virus Coinfection with Bordetella bronchiseptica Enhances Bacterial Colonization and Host Responses Exacerbating Pulmonary Lesions Reprint Icon -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Vincent, A.L., Palmer, M.V., Sacco, R.E., Nicholson, T.L. 2010. Influenza Virus Coinfection with Bordetella bronchiseptica Enhances Bacterial Colonization and Host Responses Exacerbating Pulmonary Lesions. Microbial Pathogenesis. 49(5):237-245.
Prior Colonization with an Avirulent Haemophilus parasuis Isolate Prevents Disease from a Subsequent Virulent Challenge with a Heterologous Isolate -
Brockmeier, S., Loving, C.L., Mullins, M., Register, K.B., Nicholson, T.L. Prior Colonization with an Avirulent Haemophilus parasuis Isolate Prevents Disease from a Subsequent Virulent Challenge with a Heterologous Isolate. In: Proceedings of the Pig Veterinary Society International Congress, July 18-21, Vancouver, Canada. p. 192.
Prior Swine Influenza Virus Infection Enhances Pulmonary Responses to Secondary Haemophilus parasuis Infection -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S., Vincent, A.L. 2010. Prior Swine Influenza Virus Infection Enhances Pulmonary Responses to Secondary Haemophilus parasuis Infection. In: Proceedings of the Pig Veterinary Society International Congress, July 18-21, 2010, Vancouver, Canada. p. 264.
Human-Like H1 (Delta-Cluster) Swine Influenza Virus (SIV) Can Efficiently Replicate, Transmit, Cause Lung Pathology and Induce Humoral Immune Responses in the Swine Host -
Ciacci Zanella, J.R., Vincent, A.L., Zanella, E.L., Brockmeier, S. 2010. Human-Like H1 (Delta-Cluster) Swine Influenza Virus (SIV) Can Efficiently Replicate, Transmit, Cause Lung Pathology and Induce Humoral Immune Responses in the Swine Host. In: Proceedings of the International Pig Veterinary Society Congress, July 18-21, 2010, Vancouver, Canada. p. 262.
PCV2 Vaccination Prevented Clinical PCVAD and Reduced PCV2 Viremia and Semen Shedding in Boars Concurrently Infected with PCV2b and Mycoplasma hyopneumoiae -
Opriessnig, T., Madsen, D.M., Shen, H., Brockmeier, S., Beach, N., Meng, X.J. 2010. PCV2 Vaccination Prevented Clinical PCVAD and Reduced PCV2 Viremia and Semen Shedding in Boars Concurrently Infected with PCV2b and Mycoplasma hyopneumoiae. In: Proceedings of the Pig Veterinary Society International Congress, July 18-21, 2010, Vancouver, Canada. p. 427.
Contribution of the Bordetella Bps Polysaccharide to Biofilm Formation and Respiratory Disease in Swine -
Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S., Loving, C.L., Lu, H., Sloan, G.P., Deora, R. 2010. Contribution of the Bordetella Bps Polysaccharide to Biofilm Formation and Respiratory Disease in Swine [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology. p. 123.
Antecedent Influenza Virus Infection Enhances Pulmonary Responses to Secondary Haemophilus Infection in a Porcine Co-Infection Model -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Vincent, A.L. 2010. Antecedent Influenza virus infection enhances pulmonary responses to secondary Haemophilus infection in a porcine co-infection model [abstract]. American Association of Immunologists. Paper No. 803219.
Swine influenza virus co-infection with Bordetella bronchiseptica enhances bacterial colonization and host immune responses exacerbating pulmonary lesions -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Vincent, A.L., Palmer, M.V., Sacco, R.E., Nicholson, T.L. 2010. Swine influenza virus co-infection with Bordetella bronchiseptica enhances bacterial colonization and host immune responses exacerbating pulmonary lesions [abstract]. Conference Research Workers Disease Meeting. Paper No. 130.
Studies of pathogenesis, transmission, heterologous protection, and genomics of four isolates of Haemophilus parasuis -
Brockmeier, S., Loving, C.L., Register, K.B., Nicholson, T.L., Bayles, D.O., Phillips, G.J. 2009. Studies of pathogenesis, transmission, heterologous protection, and genomics of four isolates of Haemophilus parasuis [abstract]. 2009 Conference of Research Workers in Diseases. Abstract No. 15, p. 118.
Studies of Pathogenesis, Transmission, and Heterologous Protection of Four Isolates of Haemophilus parasuis in a Highly Susceptible Swine Population -
Brockmeier, S., Loving, C.L., Register, K.B., Nicholson, T.L., Bayles, D.O., Phillips, G.J. 2010. Studies of pathogenesis, transmission, and heterologous protection of four isolates of Haemophilus parasuis in a highly susceptible swine population [abstract]. 2010 American Association of Swine Veterinarians Annual Meeting. p. 127-129.
Microarray and functional analysis of growth-phase dependent gene regulation in Bordetella bronchiseptica -
Nicholson, T.L., Buboltz, A.M., Harvill, E.T., Brockmeier, S.L. 2009. Microarray and Functional Analysis of Growth-Phase Dependent Gene Regulation in Bordetella bronchiseptica. Infection and Immunity. 77(10):4221-4231.
Characterization and comparative analysis of the genes encoding Haemophilus parasuis outer membrane proteins P2 and P5 -
Mullins, M.A., Register, K.B., Bayles, D.O., Loving, C.L., Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Dyer, D.W., Phillips, G.J. 2009. Characterization and Comparative Analysis of the Genes Encoding Haemophilus parasuis Outer Membrane Proteins P2 and P5. Journal of Bacteriology. 191(19):5988-6002.
Identification and Comparative Analysis of Genes Encoding Outer Membrane Proteins P2 and P5 in Haemophilus parsuis -
Mullins, M.A., Register, K.B., Bayles, D.O., Loving, C.L., Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Dyer, D.W., Phillips, G.J. 2009. Identification and comparative analysis of genes encoding outer membrane proteins P2 and P5 in Haemophilus parsuis [abstract]. 109th American Society for Microbiology General Meeting. Poster No. Z-034.
Contribution of Bordetella bronchiseptica Filamentous Hemagglutinin and Pertactin to Respiratory Disease in Swine -
Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S., Loving, C.L. 2009. Contribution of Bordetella bronchiseptica Filamentous Hemagglutinin and Pertactin to Respiratory Disease in Swine. Infection and Immunity. 77(5):2136-2146.
Adenovirus-Mediated Expression of Interferon-Alpha Delays Viral Replication and Reduces Disease Signs in Swine Challenged with Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus -
Brockmeier, S., Lager, K.M., Grubman, M.J., Brough, D.E., Ettyreddy, D., Sacco, R.E., Gauger, P.C., Loving, C.L., Vorwald, A.C., Kehrli Jr, M.E., Lehmkuhl, H.D. 2009. Adenovirus-Mediated Expression of Interferon-Alpha Delays Viral Replication and Reduces Disease Signs in Swine Challenged with Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus. Viral Immunology. 22(3):173-180.
Differences in immune response of pigs challenged with a high versus low dose inoculum of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S.L., Vincent, A.L., Lager, K.M., Sacco, R.E. 2008. Differences in clinical disease and immune response of pigs challenged with a high-dose versus low-dose inoculum of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus. Viral Immunology. 21(3):315-325.
Investigating the porcine immune reponse to Haemophilus parasuis -
Early Induction of Cytokines in Pigs Coinfected with Swine Influenza Virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica -
Brockmeier, S., Vincent, A.L., Loving, C.L., Nicholson, T.L., Sacco, R.E. 2008. Early Induction of Cytokines in Pigs Coinfected with Swine Influenza Virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica. In: Proceedings of the 20th International Pig Veterinary Society Congress, June 22-26, 2008, Durban, South Africa. 1:10.
Early Induction of Cytokines in Pigs Coinfected with Swine Influenza Virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica -
Brockmeier, S., Loving, C.L., Nicholson, T.L., Vincent, A.L., Sacco, R.E. 2008. Early Induction of Cytokines in Pigs Coinfected with Swine Influenza Virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology Meeting, June 2-4, 2008, Boston, Massachusetts. 2008 CDROM.
Contribution of Bordetella bronchiseptica Filamentous Hemagglutinin and Pertactin to Respiratory Disease in Swine -
Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S., Loving, C.L. 2008. Contribution of Bordetella bronchiseptica Filamentous Hemagglutinin and Pertactin to Respiratory Disease in Swine [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology Meeting, June 2-4, 2008, Boston, Massachusetts. 2008 CDROM.
Bordetella bronchiseptica Bvg Phase-Dependent Contribution to Colonization, Transmission, and Immune Responses in Pigs -
Loving, C.L., Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S. 2008. Bordetella bronchiseptica Bvg Phase-Dependent Contribution to Colonization, Transmission, and Immune Responses in Pigs [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology Meeting, June 2-4, 2008, Boston, Massachusetts. 2008 CDROM.
Coinfection of Pigs with Swine Influenza Virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica -
Brockmeier, S., Vincent, A.L., Nicholson, T.L., Sacco, R.E., Palmer, M.V. 2007. Coinfection of Pigs with Swine Influenza Virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica [abstract]. In: United States Japan Natural Resources Animal and Avian Health Panel, December 5, 2007, Tsukuba, Japan. p. 25.
Growth Phase dependent gene regulation in Bordetella bronchiseptica -
Detection of respiratory pathogens in aerosols from acutely infected pigs -
Hermann, J.R., Brockmeier, S., Zimmerman, J.J. 2008. Detection of respiratory pathogens in aerosols from acutely infected pigs. Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research. 72(4):367-370.
Coinfection of pigs with Porcine Respiratory Coronavirus and Bordetella bronchisphica -
Brockmeier, S., Loving, C.L., Nicholson, T.L., Palmer, M.V. 2008. Coinfection of pigs with Porcine Respiratory Coronavirus and Bordetella bronchisphica. Veterinary Microbiology. 128(1-2):36-47.
Expression of the dermonecrotic toxin by Bordetella bronchiseptica is not necessary for predisposing to infection with toxigenic Pasteurella multocida -
Brockmeier, S., Register, K.B. 2007. Expression of the dermonecrotic toxin by Bordetella bronchiseptica is not necessary for predisposing to infection with toxigenic Pasteurella multocida. Veterinary Microbiology. 125(3-4):284-289.
Immune response in mice and swine to DNA vaccines derived from the Pasteurella multocida toxin gene -
Register, K.B., Sacco, R.E., Brockmeier, S. 2007. Immune response in mice and swine to DNA vaccines derived from the Pasteurella multocida toxin gene. Vaccine. 25(32):6118-28.
Coinfection with Swine Influenza Virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica in Pigs -
Brockmeier, S., Vincent, A.L., Sacco, R.E., Nicholson, T.L., Palmer, M.V. 2007. Coinfection with Swine Influenza Virus and Bordetella bronchiseptica in Pigs [abstract]. American Society for Microbiology Meeting, May 21-25,2007, Toronto, Canada. 2007 CD-ROM.
Immune Response in Mice and Swine to a DNA Vaccine Derived from the Pasteurella multocida toxin gene -
Register, K.B., Sacco, R.E., Brockmeier, S. 2007. Immune Response in Mice and Swine to a DNA Vaccine Derived from the Pasteurella multocida toxin gene[abstract]. American Society for Microbiology Meeting. May 21-25, 2007, Toronto, Canada. 2007 CD-ROM.
INNATE CYTOKINE RESPONSES IN PORCINE MACROPHAGE POPULATIONS: EVIDENCE FOR DIFFERENTIAL RECONGITION OF DSRNA -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S., Wenjun, M., Richt, J., Sacco, R.E. 2006. Innate Cytokine Responses in Porcine Macrophage Populations: Evidence for Differential Recongition of dsRNA. Journal of Immunology. 177:8432-8439.
Expression Profiling of Bordetella Bronchiseptica Responses to Temperature Using a Long-Oligonucleotide Microarray -
Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S., Register, K.B. 2006. Expression Profiling of Bordetella Bronchiseptica Responses to Temperature Using a Long-Oligonucleotide Microarray [abstract]. United States-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources. p. 18.
Differential type I interferon activation and susceptibility of dendritic cell populations to porcine arterivirus -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S., Sacco, R.E. 2006. Differential type I interferon activation and susceptibility of dendritic cell populations to porcine arterivirus. Immunology. 120:217-229.
Presence of interferon-alpha delays viral replication and reduces disease signs in pigs challenged with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus -
Brockmeier, S.L., Lager, K.M., Grubman, M.J., Brough, D., Ettyreddy, D., Sacco, R.E., Gauger, P.C., Lehmkuhl, H.D. 2006. Presence of interferon-alpha delays viral replication and reduces disease signs in pigs challenged with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus. Proceedings of the 87th Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases, December 3-5, 2006. Chicago, Illinois. p.124.
Presence of interferon-alpha delays viral replication and reduces disease signs in pigs challenged with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus -
Brockmeier, S.L., Lager, K.M., Grubman, M.J., Brough, D., Ettyreddy, D., Sacco, R.E., Gauger, P.C., Lehmkuhl, H.D. 2006. Presence of interferon-alpha delays viral replication and reduces disease signs in pigs challenged with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus. Proceeding of the International PRRS Symposium, December 1-2, 2006, Chicago, Illinois. p. 27.
DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF TYPE I INTERFERON ACTIVATION IN MACROPHAGES -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S., Sacco, R.E. 2006. Differential regulation of type I interferon activation in macrophages [abstract]. American Association of Immunologists Proceedings. 249:43-44.
PULMONARY DENDRITIC CELLS ISOLATED FROM NEONATAL AND ADULT OVINE LUNG TISSUE -
Fach, S.J., Brockmeier, S., Hobbs, L.A., Lehmkuhl, H.D., Sacco, R.E. 2006. Pulmonary dendritic cells isolated from neonatal and adult ovine lung tissue. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 112(3-4):171-82.
COINFECTION WITH PORCINE RESPIRATORY CORONAVIRUS AND BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA IN PIGS -
Brockmeier, S., Loving, C.L., Nicholson, T.L., Palmer, M.V. 2005. Coinfection with porcine respiratory coronavirus and bordetella bronchiseptica in pigs. American Society for Microbiology. Z016, p. 614.
EXPRESSION PROFILING OF BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE USING A LONG-OLIGONUCLEOTIDE MICROARRAY -
Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S., Register, K.B. 2005. Expression profiling of bordetella bronchiseptica responses to temperature using a long-oligonucleotide microarray. American Society for Microbiology. D118, p. 218.
EXPRESSION PROFILING OF BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE USING A LONG-OLIGONUCLEOTIDE MICROARRAY -
Nicholson, T.L., Brockmeier, S., Register, K.B. 2005. Expression profiling of Bordetella bronchiseptica responses to temperature using a long-oligonucleotide microarray [abstract]. International Union of Microbiological Societies Proceedings/Abstracts. p. 18.
PRRS VIRUS PRODUCTIVELY INFECTS MONOCYTE-DERIVED DENDRITIC CELLS AND INDUCES PRODUCTION OF INNATE ANTIVIRAL MEDIATORS -
Loving, C.L., Brockmeier, S., Sacco, R.E. 2005. Prrs virus productively infects monocyte-derived dendritic cells and induces production of innate antiviral mediators. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Conference. 19:A404.
IMMUNE RESPONSE TO A DNA VACCINE DERIVED FROM THE PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA TOXIN GENE -
Register, K.B., Sacco, R.E., Brockmeier, S. 2004. Immune response to a dna vaccine derived from the pasteurella multocida toxin gene. Pig Veterinary Society International Congress Proceedings. p. 200.
TISSUE DISTRIBUTION OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV) IN FINISHER AGE BOARS AND GILTS AT VARIOUS TIMES POST INFECTION -
Brockmeier, S., Lager, K.M. 2004. Tissue distribution of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (prrsv) in finisher age boars and gilts at various times post infection. Pig Veterinary Society International Congress Proceedings. p. 51.
PRIOR INFECTION WITH BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA INCREASES COLONIZATION WITH HAEMOPHILUS PARASUIS IN SWINE -
Brockmeier, S. 2004. Prior infection with bordetella bronchiseptica increases colonization with haemophilus parasuis in swine. Veterinary Microbiology. Vol. 99, p. 75-78.
A BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA DNT MUTANT PREDISPOSES PIGS TO INFECTION WITH TOXIGENIC PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA (POSTER PRESENTATION FOR THE 2003 ASM MEETING) -
BROCKMEIER, S.L., REGISTER, K.B. A BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA DNT MUTANT PREDISPOSES PIGS TO INFECTION WITH TOXIGENIC PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA. 103rd GENERAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY. 2003. Abstract p. 675, #Z-001.
MOLECULAR AND ANTIGENIC CHARACTERIZATION OF BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA ISOLATED FROM A WILD SOUTHERN SEA OTTER (ENHYDRA LUTRIS NEREIS) WITH SUPPURATIVE BRONCHOPNEUMONIA -
STAVELEY, C., REGISTER, K.B., MILLER, M., BROCKMEIER, S., JANG, S. MOLECULAR AND ANTIGENIC CHARACTERIZATION OF BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA ISOLATED FROM A WILD SOUTHERN SEA OTTER (ENHYDRA LUTRIS NEREIS) WITH SUPPURATIVE BRONCHOPNEUMONIA. JOURNAL OF VETERINARY DIAGNOSTIC INVESTIGATION. 2003. v. 15. p. 570-574.
A REVIEW OF AREA SPREAD AND SUMMARY OF RECENT STUDIES -
LAGER, K.M., BROCKMEIER, S. A REVIEW OF AREA SPREAD AND SUMMARY OF RECENT STUDIES. PROCEEDINGS OF ALLEN D LEMAN SWINE CONFERENCE. 2002. p. 68-70.
EXPERIEMNTAL AIRBORNE TRANSMISSION OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS AND BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA -
BROCKMEIER, S.L. LAGER, K.M. EXPERIEMNTAL AIRBORNE TRANSMISSION OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS AND BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA. VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY. 2002. v. 89. p. 267-275.
EVALUATION OF IMMUNE RESPONSE INDUCED BY ATTENUATED AND WILD-TYPE PRRS VIRUS -
INTERACTIONS AMONG PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEM VIRUS (PRRSV), BRODETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA AND HAEMOPHILUS PARASUIS IN SWINE RESPIRATORY DISEASE -
PORCINE RESPIRATORY DISEASE COMPLEX (BOOK CHAPTER FOR POLYMICROBIAL DISEASES) -
COMPARISON OF CELLULAR IMMUNE RESPONSE INDUCED BY ATTENUATED AND WILD-TYPE PRRS VIRUS -
COMPARISON OF CELLULAR IMMUNE RESPONSE INDUCED BY ATTENUATED AND WILD-TYPE PRRS VIRUS -
ROLE OF THE DERMONECROTIC TOXIN OF BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF RESPIRATORY DISEASE OF SWINE -
PRIOR INFECTION WITH BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA INCREASES COLONIZATION WITH HAEMOPHILUS PARASUIS IN SWINE (ORAL PRESENTATION FOR THE 82ND CONFERENCE OF RESEARCH WORKERS IN ANIMAL DISEASE) -
BORDETELLA AND PASTEURELLA: THEIR ROLE IN PRDC AND RE-EMERGENCE OF ATROPHIC RHINITIS (PROCEEDINGS OF THE IOWA VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOC., SEPT. 2001). -
REDUCED VIRULENCE OF A BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA SIDEROPHORE MUTANT IN NEONATAL SWINE -
EVALUATION OF THE VIRULENCE OF A DERMONECROTIC TOXIN MUTANT OF BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA IN SWINE (FOR THE INT. PIG VET. SOC. CONGR. IN AUSTRALIA, SEPT. 17-20, 2000) -
INTERACTIONS AMONG PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV), BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA AND PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA IN SWINE RESPIRATORY DISEASE (FOR INT. PIG. VET. SOC. CONGR., IN AUSTRALIA, 9/2000) -
EFFECTS OF INTRANSAL INOCULATION WITH BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA, PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS, OR A COMBINATION OF BOTH ORGANISMS ON SUBSEQUENT INFECTION WITH PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA IN PIGS -
EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE MODULATION AND BVG MUTATION OF BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA ON ADHESION, INTRACELLULAR SURVIVAL AND CYTOTOXICITY FOR SWINE ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES -
MIXED INFECTIONS WITH PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA AND PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA IN SWINE -
ANALYSIS OF A BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA DERMONECROTIC TOXIN MUTANT IN SWINE -
EFFECTS OF INTRANASAL INOCULATION OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS, BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA, OR A COMBINATION OF BOTH ORGANISMS IN PIGS -
EARLY COLONIZATION OF THE RAT UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT BY TEMPERATURE MODULATED BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA -
CO-INFECTION WITH PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS AND BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA IN WEANED PIGS (AMERICAN ASSOC. OF SWINE PRACTITIONERS CONF., FEB. 27 - MAR. 2, 1999) -
REDUCED VIRULENCE OF A BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA SIDEROPHORE MUTANT IN NEONATAL SWINE (POSTER PRESENTATION FOR THE 99TH ASM MEETING, MAY 30- JUNE 3, 1999) -
CO-INFECTION WITH PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS AND BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA IN PIGS (POSTER PRESENTATION FOR THE 99TH ASM GENERAL MEETING, MAY 30 - JUNE 3, 1999) -
EVALUATION OF PROTECTIVE IMMUNITY IN GILTS INOCULATED WITH THE NADC-8 ISOLATE OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV) AND CHALLENGE-EXPOSED TO AN ANTIGENICALLY DISTINCT PRRSV ISOLATE -
BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA GROWN AT 23C ADHERES TO CELLS IN GREATER NUMBERS BUT DOES NOT SURVIVE INTRACELLULARLY AS COMPARED TO B. BRONCHISEPTICA GROWN AT 37C. -
PSEUDORABIES VIRUS (AUJESZKY'S DISEASE VIRUSU) - FOR IICAB, AMES, IA, JUNE 4, 1998. -
INTERACTION OF BORDETELLA BRONCHISEPTICA WITH PORCINE ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES (POSTER PRESENT.) -
HOMOLOGOUS CHALLENGE OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUSIMMUNITY IN PREGNANT SWINE -
DURATION OF HOMOLOGOUS PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS IMMUNITY IN PREGNANT SWINE -
PSEUDORABIES VIRUS (AUJESZKY'S DISEASE VIRUS) - FOR IICAB, AMES, IA, JUNE 4, 1997. -
HUMORAL AND CELL-MEDIATED IMMUNE RESPONSE TO VACCINIA VIRUS VECTORS EXPRESSING GLYCOPROTEINS GB OR GD OF PSEUDORABIES VIRUS -
SUCCESSFUL PSEUDORABIES VACCINATION IN MATERNALLY IMMUNE PIGLETS USING RECOMBINANT VACCINIA VIRUS VACCINES -
ATTENUATION OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS BY SERIAL PASSAGE IN CELL CULTURE -
HUMORAL AND CELL MEDIATED IMMUNE RESPONSE IN PIGS TO GLYCOPROTEINS GB, GC AND GD OF PSEUDORABIES VIRUS DELIVERED BY A VACCINIA VIRUS VECTOR -
PATHOGENESIS OF FETAL PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS INFECTION DURING EARLY AND LATE GESTATION -
PSEUDORABIES VIRUS (AUJESZKY'S DISEASE VIRUS) -
COMPARISON OF THE PROTECTIVE RESPONSE INDUCED BY NYVAC VACCINIA RECOMBINANTS EXPRESSING EITHER GP50 OR GII AND GP50 OF PSEUDORABIES VIRUS -
COMPARISON AMONG STRAINS OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS AS TO THEIR ABILITY TO CAUSE REPRODUCTIVE FAILURE -
VACCINATION FOR PSEUDORABIES IN THE PRESENCE OF MATERNAL IMMUNITY USING VACCINIA VIRUS RECOMBINANTS -
THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS STRAINS OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS ON REPRODUCTIVE EFFICIENCY OF GILTS INFECTED LATE IN GESTATION -
TRANSMISSION RISKS WITH VIRUSES -
PATHOGENESIS OF PRRS REPRODUCTIVE FAILURE -
ISOLATION OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS FROM SELECTED TISSUES OF ADULT PIGS AT VARIOUS TIMES AFTER EXPERIMENTAL EXPOSURE -
THE ROLE OF BIOTECHNOLOGICALLY ENGINEERED VACCINES AND DIAGNOSTICS IN PSEUDORABIES (AUJESZKY'S DISEASE) ERADICATION STRATEGIES -
THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS STRAINS OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS ON REPRODUCTIVE EFFICIENCY OF GILTS INFECTED LATE IN GESTATION -
CHALLENGE OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS IMMUNITY IN PREGNANT SWINE -
THE USE OF BIOTECHNOLOGICALLY ENGINEERED VACCINES AND DIAGNOSTICS IN ADV ERADICATION STRATEGIES -
LIMITED CROSS-PROTECTION BETWEEN TWO STRAINS OF PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS IN PREGNANT SWINE -
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