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Miles Lange
Auburn, Alabama
Research Microbiologist

Phone: (870) 672-8274
Fax: (870) 673-7710

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR
990 WIRE RD
AUBURN , AL 368310952
Projects
The Role of Mucosal Surfaces and Microflora in Immunity and Disease Prevention
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 428536

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
A first proof that the stress hormone cortisol regulates biofilm formation in Flavobacterium columnare -
Catfish mucus changes the Flavobacterium columnare transcriptome -
Lange, M.D., Abernathy, J.W., Farmer, B.D. 2019. Catfish mucus changes the Flavobacterium columnare transcriptome [abstract]. Aquaculture 2019, March 7-11, 2019, New Orleans, Louisana. p. 602.
Fish and porcine mucus stimulate F. columnare biofilm formation -
Farmer, B.D., Lange, M.D., Abernathy, J.W. 2019. Fish and porcine mucus stimulate F. columnare biofilm formation [abstract]. Aquaculture 2019, March 7-11, 2019, New Orleans, Louisana. p. 349.
The proliferation and clonal migration of B cells in the systemic and mucosal tissues of channel catfish suggests there is an interconnected mucosal immune system -
Novel protein-based therapy for the managing disease that stimulates catfish antimicrobial immunity and tissue repair system -
Dolan, M.C., Elkins, L., Lange, M.D., Abernathy, J.W. 2018. Novel protein-based therapy for the managing disease that stimulates catfish antimicrobial immunity and tissue repair system [abstract]. 99th Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases, December 2-4, 2018, Chicago, Illinois. PO52.
Gene expression profiling of catfish after treatment with Flavobacterium columnare DnaK protein -
Stress hormone cortisol helps to drive biofilm formation in Flavobacterium columnare -
Declercq, A., Cai, W., Naranjo, E., Thongda, W., Eckhaut, V., Bauwens, E., Arias, C., De La Fuente, L., Beck, B.H., Lange, M.D., Peatman, E., Haesebrougk, F., Aerts, J., Decostere, A. 2018. Stress hormone cortisol helps to drive biofilm formation in Flavobacterium columnare [abstract]. 5th International Conference of Members of the Genus Flavobacterium 2018. p. 42.
Fish mucus alters the Flavobacterium columnare biofilm transcriptome -
Lange, M.D., Farmer, B.D., Abernathy, J.W. 2018. Fish mucus alters the Flavobacterium columnare biofilm transcriptome [abstract]. Meeting Abstract, 5th International Conference on members of the genus Flavobacterium, November 27-29, 2018, Nara, Japan. p. 41.
Catfish mucus alters the Flavobacterium columnare transcriptome -
Lange, M.D., Abernathy, J.W., Farmer, B.D. 2018. Catfish mucus alters the Flavobacterium columnare transcriptome. FEMS Microbiology Letters. 365(22). https://doi.org/10.1093/femsle/fny244.
B cell clonal lineage alterations upon recombinant HIV-1 envelope immunization of Rhesus macaques -
Yacoob, C., Lange, M.D., Cohen, K., Lathia, K., Feng, J., Glenn, J., Carbonetti, S., Oliver, B., Vigdorovich, V., Sather, D., Stamatatos, L. 2018. B cell clonal lineage alterations upon recombinant HIV-1 envelope immunization of Rhesus macaques. PLoS Pathogens. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1007120.
Fish mucus alters the Flavobacterium columnare transcriptome -
Lange, M.D., Farmer, B.D., Abernathy, J.W. 2018. Fish mucus alters the Flavobacterium columnare transcriptome [abstract]. Meeting Abstract, 4th Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Bioinformatics Consortium AR-BIC 2018,April 23-24th, 2018, Little Rock, ARkansas. p. 56.
Coordinated effort to advance genomes-to-phenomes through the integration of bioinformatics with aquaculture research -
Abernathy, J.W., Fuller, S.A., Green, B.W., Lange, M.D., Rawles, S.D., Straus, D.L., Webster, C.D. 2018. Coordinated effort to advance genomes-to-phenomes through the integration of bioinformatics with aquaculture research [abstract]. Meeting Abstract, 4th Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Bioinformatics Consortium AR-BIC 2018, April 23-24th, 2018, Little Rock, Arkansas. p. 45.
Gene expression analysis between planktonic and biofilm states of Flavobacterium columnare -
Abernathy, J.W., Lange, M.D. 2018. Gene expression analysis between planktonic and biofilm states of Flavobacterium columnare. Genbank. Accession # GSE109937.
Production of stocker-size hybrid tilapia in an outdoor biofloc production system -
Green, B.W., Rawles, S.D., McEntire, M.E., Ray, C.L., Lange, M.D., Farmer, B.D. 2018. Production of stocker-size hybrid tilapia in an outdoor biofloc production system [abstract]. Aquaculture America Conference, February 19-22, 2018, Las Vegas, Neveda. p. 383.
The effect of temperature on the mucosal IgM antibody response to DNP-KLH in channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) Reprint Icon -
Lange, M.D., Webster, C.D. 2017. The effect of temperature on the mucosal IgM antibody response to DNP-KLH in channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus). Fish and Shellfish Immunology. 70:493-497.
The stress hormone cortisol: a (co)regulator of biofilm formation in Flavobacterum columnare? -
Declercq, A.M., Cai, W., Naranjo, E., Thongda, W., Arias, C., De La Fuente, L., Beck, B.H., Lange, M.D., Peatman, E., Aerts, J., Decostere, A.M. 2017. The stress hormone cortisol: a (co)regulator of biofilm formation in Flavobacterum columnare? [abstract]. International Conference on Diseases of Fish and Shellfish. p. 18.
Sickeningly sweet: L-rhamnose stimulates Flavobacterium columnare biofilm formation and virulence Reprint Icon -
Lange, M.D., Farmer, B.D., Declercq, A.M., Peatman, E., Decostere, A., Beck, B.H. 2017. Sickeningly sweet: L-rhamnose stimulates Flavobacterium columnare biofilm formation and virulence. Journal of Fish Diseases. doi:10.1111/jfd.12629.
The carbohydrate L-rhamnose promotes biofilm formation which enhances Flavobacterium columnare virulence -
Lange, M.D., Farmer, B.D., Brown, J.D., Barnett, L.M., Peatman, E., Beck, B.H. 2017. The carbohydrate L-rhamnose promotes biofilm formation which enhances Flavobacterium columnare virulence [abstract]. Aquaculture America. p. 1.
Impact of oral and waterborne administration of rhamnolipids on the susceptibility of channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) to Flavobacterium columnare infection -
Zhang, D., Beck, B.H., Lange, M.D., Zhao, H., Thongda, W., Ye, Z., Li, C., Peatman, E. 2016. Impact of oral and waterborne administration of rhamnolipids on the susceptibility of channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) to Flavobacterium columnare infection. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. 60:44-49.
Repertoire comparison of the B-cell receptor encoding loci in humans and rhesus macaques by next generation sequencing -
Vigdorovich, V., Oliver, B.G., Carbonetti, S., Dambrauskas, N., Lange, M.D., Yacoob, C., Leahy, W., Callahan, J., Stamatatos, L., Sather, D. 2016. Repertoire comparison of the B-cell receptor encoding loci in humans and rhesus macaques by next generation sequencing. Clinical and Translational Immunology. 5.
Missing the target: DNAk is a dominant epitope in the humoral immune response of channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) to Flavobacterium columnare -
Lange, M.D., Beck, B.H., Brown, J.D., Farmer, B.D., Barnett, L.M., Webster, C.D. 2016. Missing the target: DNAk is a dominant epitope in the humoral immune response of channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) to Flavobacterium columnare [abstract]. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. p. 1.
Missing the target: DNAk is a dominant epitope in the humoral immune response of channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) to Flavobacterium columnare Reprint Icon -
Lange, M.D., Beck, B.H., Brown, J.D., Farmer, B.D., Barnett, L.M., Webster, C.D. 2016. Missing the target: DNAk is a dominant epitope in the humoral immune response of channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) to Flavobacterium columnare. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. 51:170-179.
Beta-conglycinin and gut histology of sunshine bass fed diets with new varieties of non-GM soybeans -
Ramena, Y., Lange, M.D., Rawles, S.D., Lochmann, R., Chen, P., Gaylord, T., Mcentire, M.E., Beck, B.H., Farmer, B.D., Barrows, F. 2016. B-conglycinin and gut histology of sunshine bass fed diets with new varieties of non-gm soybeans. [abstract]. Aquaculture America Conference. p. 654.
Evaluation of growth, nutrient retention, health, and resistance to bacterial challenge in sunshine bass fed diets with new varieties of non-genetically modified soybeans -
Ramena, Y., Rawles, S.D., Lochmann, R., Chen, P., Gaylord, T., Mcentire, M.E., Beck, B.H., Farmer, B.D., Lange, M.D., Barrows, F. 2016. Evaluation of growth, nutrient retention, health, and resistance to bacterial challenge in sunshine bass fed diets with new varieties of non-genetically modified soybeans. [abstract]. Aquaculture America Conference. P. 653.
Evaluation of the antibody response to the LV-359-01 strain of flavobacterium columnare -
Lange, M.D., Brown, J.D., Farmer, B.D., Beck, B.H. 2015. Evaluation of the antibody response to the LV-359-01 strain of flavobacterium columnare [abstract]. 4th International conference on Members of the genus Flavobacterium, Auburn, Alabama. p. 70.
Physiology and immunology of mucosal barriers in catfish (Ictalurus spp.) -
Peatman, E., Lange, M.D., Zhao, H., Beck, B.H. 2015. Physiology and immunology of mucosal barriers in catfish (Ictalurus spp.). Tissue Barriers. DOI: 10.1080/21688370.2015.1068907.
A comparison of high and low virulence Flavobacterium columnare strains reveals differences in iron acquisition components and responses to iron restriction -
Beck, B.H., Li, C., Farmer, B.D., Barnett, L.M., Lange, M.D., Peatman, E. 2015. A comparison of high and low virulence Flavobacterium columnare strains reveals differences in iron acquisition components and responses to iron restriction. Journal of Fish Diseases. DOI: 10.1111/jfd.12343.