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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Leonardo Susta
Exotic and Emerging Avian Viral Diseases Research Unit
POST DOC

Phone: (706) 546-3573
Fax: (706) 546-3161
934 COLLEGE STATION ROAD
SPRL
ATHENS, GA, 30605


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Effect of genotype specific live recombinant Newcastle disease vaccines on virus shedding after challenge - (Abstract Only) - (01-Oct-13)
Pathogenesis and transmission of H7N9 influenza virus in poultry - (Abstract Only)
Pantin Jackwood, M.J., Miller, P.J., Spackman, E., Swayne, D.E., Torchetti, M., Susta, L., Suarez, D.L. 2013. Pathogenesis and transmission of H7N9 influenza virus in poultry [abstract]. Abstracts for the Options for the Control of Influenza VIII Meeting, Cape Town, South Africa, September 4-10, 2013. p.6.
Expression of interferon gamma by a highly virulent Newcastle disease virus decreases its pathogenicity in chickens - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Susta, L., Cornax, I., Diel, D.G., Cardenas, S., Miller, P.J., Brown, C.C., Afonso, C.L. 2013. Expression of interferon gamma by a highly virulent Newcastle disease virus decreases its pathogenicity in chickens. Microbial Pathogenesis. 62:73-83.
Development of a genotype specific live Newcastle disease vaccine by replacing the fusion (F) and hemagglutinin-neuramindase (HN) genes into a LaSota vaccine backbone - (Abstract Only)
Cardenas-Garcia, S., Diel, D.G., Susta, L., Lucio-Decanini, E., Brown, C., Yu, Q., Miller, P.J., Afonso, C.L. 2013. Development of a genotype specific live Newcastle disease vaccine by replacing the fusion (F) and hemagglutinin-neuramindase (HN) genes into a LaSota vaccine backbone. International Poultry Forum Proceedings. p. 28.
Highly divergent virulent isolates of newcastle disease virus from the Dominican Republic are members of a new genotype that may have evolved unnoticed for over two decades - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Courtney, S.C., Gomez, D., Hines, N.L., Pedersen, J.C., Miller, P.J., Afonso, C.L., Susta, L., Brown, C. 2013. Highly divergent virulent isolates of newcastle disease virus from the Dominican Republic are members of a new genotype that may have evolved unnoticed for over two decades. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 51(2):508-517.
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