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Research Programs and Projects at this Location

ARS research is organized into National Programs. Within each National Program are research projects. Listed below are  the National Programs and research projects currently conducted at this location.

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Animal Health (NP #103)
Development of Detection and Control Strategies for Bovine Babesiosis and Equine Piroplasmosis
(In-House Appropriated)
Diagnostic and Control Strategies for Malignant Catarrhal Fever
(In-House Appropriated)
Genetic Impact and Improved Diagnostics for Sheep and Goat Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies
(In-House Appropriated)
Identification of Host Factors and Immunopathogenesis of Pneumonia in Domestic and Bighorn Sheep
(In-House Appropriated)
Identification of Tick Colonization Mechanisms and Vaccine Development for Anaplasmosis
(In-House Appropriated)
Bovine Herpes Virus-4 as a Vaccine Vector for Theileria parva, the Cause of East Coast Fever
(Cooperative Agreement)
Development of Strategies to Control Tick-borne Babesial Pathogens of Livestock
(Cooperative Agreement)
Development of Strategies to Control Tick-borne Babesial Pathogens of Livestock
(Cooperative Agreement)
Emerging Diseases, Q-fever: Genetics of Host Response and Transmission Risk for Coxiella burnetii
(Cooperative Agreement)
A Pioneering Approach to Tick Control: Anti-tick Toxins Delivered via a Tick Transmissible Pathogen
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Integrated Eradication Efforts of the Cattle Fever Tick (CFT)
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Creating and Verifying Commercial Genetic Tests for Goats
(Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement)
Creating and Verifying Commercial Genetic Tests for Goats and Rambouillet Sheep
(Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement)
Improved Vaccines for the Control of East Coast Fever in Cattle in Africa
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Improvement of Theileria parva Sporozoite Vaccine Against East Coast Fever
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)
Next Generation ITM Vaccine for Theileria parva Using a Continuous Flow In Vitro Tick Feeding System
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)
Use of Immune Repertoire Capture™ Technology to Identify and Characterize Ig repertoires: Bovine Vaccination for Theileria parva
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)
Utilizing Bioinformatics and Genetic Transformation Approaches to Develop Novel Vaccines to Prevent Babesia bovis Acute Infection and Transmission
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)
Food Safety, (animal and plant products) (NP #108)
Development of Detection and Control Strategies for Bovine Babesiosis and Equine Piroplasmosis
(In-House Appropriated)
Bovine Herpes Virus-4 as a Vaccine Vector for Theileria parva, the Cause of East Coast Fever
(Cooperative Agreement)
Development of Strategies to Control Tick-borne Babesial Pathogens of Livestock
(Cooperative Agreement)
Development of Strategies to Control Tick-borne Babesial Pathogens of Livestock
(Cooperative Agreement)
A Pioneering Approach to Tick Control: Anti-tick Toxins Delivered via a Tick Transmissible Pathogen
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Integrated Eradication Efforts of the Cattle Fever Tick (CFT)
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Improved Vaccines for the Control of East Coast Fever in Cattle in Africa
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Improvement of Theileria parva Sporozoite Vaccine Against East Coast Fever
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)
Next Generation ITM Vaccine for Theileria parva Using a Continuous Flow In Vitro Tick Feeding System
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)
Use of Immune Repertoire Capture™ Technology to Identify and Characterize Ig repertoires: Bovine Vaccination for Theileria parva
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)
Utilizing Bioinformatics and Genetic Transformation Approaches to Develop Novel Vaccines to Prevent Babesia bovis Acute Infection and Transmission
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)