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Johnna K Garrish
Poultry Microbiological Safety and Processing Research Unit
Biological Science Lab Technician (Microbiology)

Phone: (706) 546-3596
Fax: (706) 546-3633
Room 556

USDA, ARS, USNPRC
950 COLLEGE STATION ROAD
RBRRC
ATHENS, GA 30605

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
In vitro growth of growth of campylobacter spp. inhibited by selected antimicrobial peptides - (Abstract Only)
Fusion of a thermophilic phage endolysin to a Clostridium perfringens-specific cell wall binding domain creates an anti-clostridium antimicrobial with improved thermostability - (Abstract Only)
Selected antimicrobial peptides inhibit in vitro growth of Campylobacter spp. - (Abstract Only)
A thermophilic phage endolysin fusion to a Clostridium perfringens-specific cell wall binding domain creates an anti-clostridium antimicrobial with improved thermostability - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Swift, S.M., Seal, B.S., Garrish, J.K., Oakley, B., Yeh, H., Woolsey, R., Schegg, K.M., Line, J.E., Donovan, D.M., Hiett, K.L. 2015. A thermophilic phage endolysin fusion to a Clostridium perfringens-specific cell wall binding domain creates an anti-clostridium antimicrobial with improved thermostability. Viruses. 7(6):3019-3034.
A thermophilic phage endolysin fusion to a Clostridium perfringens-specific cell wall binding domain creates an anti-clostridium antimicrobial with improved thermostability - (Abstract Only)
Swift, S., Seal, B.S., Garrish, J.K., Oakley, B., Yeh, H., Heitt, K., Woolsey, R., Schegg, K.M., Line, J.E., Donovan, D.M. 2015. A thermophilic phage endolysin fusion to a Clostridium perfringens-specific cell wall binding domain creates an anti-clostridium antimicrobial with improved thermostability. Meeting Abstract. 12;7(6):3019-34. doi: 10.3390/v7062758.
Can endolysin expressing yeast protect ethanolic fermentations and replace antibiotics in animal feed? - (Abstract Only)
Expression of a Clostridium perfringens genome-encoded putative N-acetylmuramoyl-L-alanine amidase as a potential antimicrobial to control the bacterium - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Molecular Characterization of Podoviral Bacteriophages Virulent for Clostridium perfringens and Their Comparison with Members of the Picovirinae - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Volozhantsev, N.V., Oakley, B., Morales, C., Verevkkin, V.V., Bannov, V.A., Popova, A.V., Zhilenkov, E.L., Svetoch, E.A., Garrish, J.K., Schegg, K.M., Woolsey, R., Quilici, D.R., Line, J.E., Hiett, K.L., Siragusa, G.R., Seal, B.S. 2012. Molecular Characterization of Podoviral Bacteriophages Virulent for Clostridium perfringens and Their Comparison with Members of the Picovirinae. PLoS One. Volume/Page:7/e38283.
Molecular Characterization of Podoviridae Bacteriophages Virulent for Clostridium perfringens and Comparison of Their Predicted Lytic Proteins - (Abstract Only)
Complete genome sequence of the podoviral bacteriophage CP24R virulent for Clostridium perfringens - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Morales, C., Oakley, B., Garrish, J.K., Seal, B.S., Siragusa, G.R., Ard, M.B. 2012. Complete genome sequence of the podoviral bacteriophage CP24R virulent for Clostridium perfringens. Archives of Virology. 157:769-772.
Clostridium perfringens bacteriophages FCP39O and FCP26F: genomic organization and proteomic analysis of the virions - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Seal, B.S., Siragusa, G.R., Simmons, I.M., Fouts, D.E., Garrish, J.K., Kuntz, R.L., Woolsey, R., Schegg, K.M., Kropinski, A., Ackermann, H.W. 2011. Clostridium perfringens bacteriophages FCP39O and FCP26F: genomic organization and proteomic analysis of the virions. Archives of Virology. 156(1):25-35.