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Research Projects Subjects of Investigation at this Location

Each ARS research project has related subjects of investigation.  Listed below are the subjects of investigation currently conducted at this location.

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Subjects of Investigation
Beef cattle, live animal
Horses, ponies, and mules
Sheep, live animal
Spiders, mites, ticks, and other arthropods
Wild animals
Research Projects within Spiders, mites, ticks, and other arthropods
item A Pioneering Approach to Tick Control: Anti-tick Toxins Delivered via a Tick Transmissible Pathogen
item Combining Bm86 with Additional Vaccine Targets to Improve Efficacy of Anti-Tick Vaccination and Block Ttransmission of Bovine Babeosis
item Control Strategies for Bovine Babesiosis
item Control Strategies for Cattle Fever Ticks and Bovine Babesiosis in the United States
item Control Strategies for Theileriosis
item Develop Predictive Models of Potential Babesia Disease Spread in the U.S. to Assist in Mitigating Potential Future Outbreaks
item Development of Control Strategies for Theileria orientalis
item Development of Novel Preventive, Diagnostic, and Treatment Strategies for Theileriosis in Horses and Cattle
item Efficacy of Bm86 Vaccine in Horses for Controlling Rhipicephalus Infestation
item Identification of Babesia Gametocyte Chemoattractive Molecules
item Identification of Geographically Conserved Babesia bovis Vaccine Antigen Candidates
item Improvement of Theileria parva Sporozoite Vaccine Against East Coast Fever
item Integrated Eradication Efforts of the Cattle Fever Tick (CFT)
item Novel Babesia Proteins and Their Roles in the Pathogenesis of Tick Fever
item Targeting Subdominant Rhoptry-associated Proteins of Babesia Bovis in a Subunit Vaccine to Protect Cattle Against Bovine Babesiosis
item Understanding Genetic Variation of Parasites that cause Bovine Babesiosis to Develop Efficient Control Strategies
item Utilizing Bioinformatics and Genetic Transformation Approaches to Develop Novel Vaccines to Prevent Babesia bovis Acute Infection and Transmission