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Carolyn C Parker
Animal Parasitic Diseases Laboratory
Support Scientist

Phone: (301) 504-5597
Fax: (301) 504-5306

10300 BALTIMORE AVENUE
BLDG 1040 BARC-EAST
BELTSVILLE , MD 207050705

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Incorporation of a recombinant Eimeria maxima IMP1 antigen into nanoparticles confers protective immunity against E. maxima challenge infection -
Jenkins, M.C., Stevens, L., Obrien, C.N., Parker, C.C., Miska, K.B., Konjufca, V. 2018. Incorporation of a recombinant Eimeria maxima IMP1 antigen into nanoparticles confers protective immunity against E. maxima challenge infection. Vaccine. 36(8):1126-1131.
Eimeria oocyst concentrations and species composition in litter from commercial broiler farms during anticoccidial drug or live Eimeria oocyst vaccine control programs -
Jenkins, M.C., Parker, C.C., Ritter, D. 2017. Eimeria oocyst concentrations and species composition in litter from commercial broiler farms during anticoccidial drug or live Eimeria oocyst vaccine control programs. Avian Diseases. 61:214-220.
Different susceptibilities of Eimeria acervulina, Eimeria maxima, and Eimeria tenella oocysts to dessication -
Jenkins, M.C., Parker, C.C., Obrien, C.N., Miska, K.B., Fetterer, R.H. 2013. Different susceptibilities of Eimeria acervulina, Eimeria maxima, and Eimeria tenella oocysts to dessication. Journal of Parasitology. 99(5):899-902.
Increased efficacy of Eimeria oocysts delivery by gel beads or spray vaccination -
Jenkins, M.C., Parker, C.C., Obrien, C.N., Persyn, J., Barlow, D., Miska, K.B., Fetterer, R.H. 2013. Increased efficacy of Eimeria oocysts delivery by gel beads or spray vaccination. Avian Diseases. 57(3):622-626.
Gel-Bead Delivery of Eimeria Oocysts Protects Chickens Against Coccidiosis -
Jenkins, M.C., Parker, C.C., Klopp, S., Obrien, C.N., Miska, K.B., Fetterer, R.H. 2012. Gel-Bead Delivery of Eimeria Oocysts Protects Chickens Against Coccidiosis. Avian Diseases. 56(2):306-309.
NEOSPORA CANINUM DETECTED IN WILD RODENTS -
Jenkins, M.C., Parker, C.C., Hill, D.E., Pinckney, R.D., Dubey, J.P. 2007. Neospora caninum detected in wild rodents. Veterinary Parasitology. 143:161-165.
INCLUSION OF CPG ADJUVANT WITH PLASMID DNA CODING FOR NCGRA7 IMPROVES PROTECTION AGAINST CONGENITAL NEOSPOROSIS -
Jenkins, M.C., Parker, C.C., Tuo, W., Vinyard, B., Dubey, J.P. 2004. Inclusion of cpg adjuvant with plasmid dna coding for ncgra7 improves protection against congenital neosporosis. Infection and Immunity. 72:1817-1819.
IMMUNIZATION OF MICE WITH PLASMID DNA CODING FOR NCGRA7 OR NCSHSP33 CONFERS PARTIAL PROTECTION AGAINST VERTICAL TRANSMISSION OF NEOSPORA CANINUM -
Liddell, S., Parker, C.C., Vinyard, B.T., Jenkins, M.C., Dubey, J.P. 2003. Immunization of mice with plasmid dna coding for ncgra7 or ncshsp33 confers partial protection against vertical transmission of neospora caninum. Journal of Parasitology. 89:496-500.
NEOSPORA VACCINATION IN AN OVINE MODEL FOR PREVENTION OF CONGENITAL TRANSMISSION -
O'Handley, R.M., Morgan, S.A., Parker, C.C., Jenkins, M.C., Dubey, J.P. 2003. Neospora vaccination in an ovine model for prevention of congenital transmission. American Journal of Veterinary Research 64:449-452.
EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION OF SHEEP WITH NEOSPORA CANINUM OOCYSTS -
O'HANDLEY, R., LIDDELL, S., PARKER, C.C., JENKINS, M.C., DUBEY, J.P. EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION OF SHEEP WITH NEOSPORA CANINUM OOCYSTS. JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY. 88: 1120-1123. 2002.
PREVENTION OF VERTICAL TRANSMISSION OF NEOSPORA CANINUM IN BALB/C MICE BY VACCINATION -