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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Research Project: Development of Control and Intervention Strategies for Avian Coccidiosis

Location: Animal Parasitic Diseases

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Development of an in vitro assay for monensin and salinomycin sensitivity in Eimeria tenella - (Abstract Only)
(31-May-14)
Evaluation of an experimental irradiated oocysts vaccine to protect broiler chicks against avian coccidosis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(19-Mar-14)
Expression of digestive enzymes and nutrient transporters in Eimeria acervulina-challenged layers and broilers     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Su, S., Miska, K.B., Fetterer, R.H., Jenkins, M.C., Wong, E. 2014. Expression of digestive enzymes and nutrient transporters in Eimeria acervulina-challenged layers and broilers. Poultry Science. 95:1217-1226.
Both host and parasite MIF molecules bind to chicken macrophages via CD74 surface receptor - (Abstract Only)
(20-Jun-13)
Both host and parasite MIF molecules bind to chicken macrophages via CD74 surface receptor - (Abstract Only)
(10-Jun-13)
Is sporozoite refractile body protein expression different in Eimeria acervulina sporozoites isolated from non-immune versus immune chickens? - (Abstract Only)
(09-Jun-13)
Application of gel-bead technology for delivering Eimeria oocysts to day-old broilers - (Abstract Only)
(05-Jun-13)
Different susceptibilities of Eimeria acervulina, Eimeria maxima, and Eimeria tenella oocysts to dessication - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Jenkins, M.C., Parker, C.C., Obrien, C.N., Miska, K.B., Fetterer, R.H. 2013. Different susceptibilities of Eimeria acervulina, Eimeria maxima, and Eimeria tenella oocysts to dessication. Journal of Parasitology. 99(5):899-902.
Increased efficacy of Eimeria oocysts delivery by gel beads or spray vaccination - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Jenkins, M.C., Parker, C.C., Obrien, C.N., Persyn, J., Barlow, D., Miska, K.B., Fetterer, R.H. 2013. Increased efficacy of Eimeria oocysts delivery by gel beads or spray vaccination. Avian Diseases. 57(3):622-626.
The use of dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) to assess the impact of Eimeria infections in broiler chicks - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Fetterer, R.H., Miska, K.B., Mitchell, A.D., Jenkins, M.C. 2013. The use of dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) to assess the impact of Eimeria infections in broiler chicks. Avian Diseases. 57(2):199-204.
Modulation of the intestinal environment, innate immune response, and barrier function by dietary threonine and purified fiber during a coccidiosis challenge in broiler chicks - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wils-Plotz, E.L., Jenkins, M.C., Dilger, R.N. 2013. Modulation of the intestinal environment, innate immune response, and barrier function by dietary threonine and purified fiber during a coccidiosis challenge in broiler chicks. Poultry Science. 92:735-745.
Molecular characterization and immunological roles of avian IL-22 and its soluble receptor IL-22 binding protein - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kim, S., Faris, L., Cox, C., Summers, L., Jenkins, M.C., Fetterer, R.H., Miska, K.B., Dalloul, R. 2012. Molecular characterization and immunological roles of avian IL-22 and its soluble receptor IL-22 binding protein. Cytokine. 60:815.
Last Modified: 10/31/2014
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