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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Arthropod-Borne Animal Diseases Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, PRETORIA,
  • Rift Valley Fever Diagnosis and Vaccine Development and Evaluation


  • CLEMSON UNIVERSITY, CLEMSON, SC
  • Culicoides Sonorensis Transcriptome Project


  • FLORAGENEX,INC., EUGENE, OR
  • Population Genetics of North American Rift Valley Fever Disease Vectors


  • KANSAS BIOSCIENCE AUTHORITY, OLATHE, KS
  • Evaluation of Rift Valley Fever Diagnostic Tests for Use in a Diva Control Strategy


  • KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, MANHATTAN, KS
  • Research on Diseases of High Consequence to Swine

  • Development and Evaluation of Diagnostic Applications for Arboviruses

  • Research on Arthropod-Vectored Diseases of Livestock

  • Animal Health and Plant Health Research

  • Establish a General Framework for Cooperation and Coordination Between the Center for Grain and Animal Health Research and Kansas St. Univ.

  • Molecular Characterization of Factors Affecting Competence of Insects for Virus Infection and Transmission

  • Rift Valley Fever – Diagnostic Tests for Diva Control Strategy

  • Evaluation of New Molecular Targets to Control Arbovirus Transmission

  • Rift Valley Fever – Experimental Vaccine Formulations – Adjuvants for Stabile Modified-Live Vaccines and Subunit Vaccines

  • Network Based Modeling of Arthropods, Humans, and Animals to Better Understand Vector-Borne Disease Transmission

  • Factors Affecting Hematophagous Arthropod Attraction to Infected and Uninfected Animals


  • KENYA AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE, NAIROBI,
  • Immunological Control of Rift Valley Fever Virus (Rvfv) in African Ruminants


  • MAINE BIOTECHNOLOGY SERVICES, INC., PORTLAND, ME
  • Generation of Monoclonal Antibodies Specific for the Recombinant Gn, N and Nss Proteins of Rift Valley Fever Virus


  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR COMMUNICABLE DISEASES, SANDRINGHAM GAUTENG,
  • Rift Valley Fever Diagnosis and Vaccine Development and Evaluation


  • NORTH AMERICAN DEER FARMERS ASSOCIATION, CANTON, OH
  • Culicoides Control Project


  • US ARMY RES INST OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES, FREDERICK, MD
  • Vector Competence of North American Rift Valley Fever Disease Vectors


  • Last Modified: 12/10/2009
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