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David M. White, D.V.M., Ph.D., RBP, DACVM
David M. White, D.V.M., Ph.D., RBP, DACVM
USDA/National Centers for Animal Health
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Effects of microparticle size and Fc density on macrophage phagocytosis
P Pacheco, D White, T Sulchek
PLoS One 8 (4), e60989, 2013
2252013
Studies on overwintering of bluetongue viruses in insects
DM White, WC Wilson, CD Blair, BJ Beaty
Journal of General Virology 86 (2), 453-462, 2005
1382005
The major determinant of attenuation in mice of the Candid1 vaccine for Argentine hemorrhagic fever is located in the G2 glycoprotein transmembrane domain
CG Albariño, BH Bird, AK Chakrabarti, KA Dodd, M Flint, É Bergeron, ...
Journal of virology 85 (19), 10404-10408, 2011
942011
Bluetongue virus in the insect host
PS Mellor, S Carpenter, DM White
Biology of Animal Infections: Bluetongue, 295-320, 2008
602008
Reverse genetics generation of chimeric infectious Junin/Lassa virus is dependent on interaction of homologous glycoprotein stable signal peptide and G2 cytoplasmic domains
CG Albariño, BH Bird, AK Chakrabarti, KA Dodd, DM White, É Bergeron, ...
Journal of virology 85 (1), 112-122, 2011
542011
Bifunctional Janus microparticles with spatially segregated proteins
JL Tang, K Schoenwald, D Potter, D White, T Sulchek
Langmuir 28 (26), 10033-10039, 2012
472012
Grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Acrididae) could serve as reservoirs and vectors of vesicular stomatitis virus
RA Nunamaker, JA Lockwood, CE Stith, CL Campbell, SP Schell, ...
Journal of medical entomology 40 (6), 957-963, 2003
442003
Transcriptome analysis of human peripheral blood mononuclear cells exposed to Lassa virus and to the attenuated Mopeia/Lassa reassortant 29 (ML29), a vaccine candidate
JC Zapata, R Carrion Jr, JL Patterson, O Crasta, Y Zhang, S Mani, M Jett, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 7 (9), e2406, 2013
352013
Working Group 2—Vectors
P Mellor, W Tabachnik, T Baldet, M Baylis, G Bellis, P Calistri, ...
Vet Ital 40, 715-717, 2004
24*2004
Molecular epidemiology of Bluetongue virus in northern Colorado
DM White, CD Blair, BJ Beaty
Virus research 118 (1), 39-45, 2006
22*2006
Tunable complement activation by particles with variable size and Fc density
PM PACHECO, B LE, D WHITE, T SULCHEK
Nano LIFE 3 (02), 1341001, 2013
202013
Conclusions of working groups. Group 2. Vectors
PS Mellor, W Tabachnick, T Baldet, M Baylis, G Bellis, P Calistri, ...
Proceedings of the 3rd OIE Bluetongue International Symposium 26, 29, 2003
202003
Arbovirus-vector interactions: determinants of arbovirus evolution
BJ Beaty, M Borucki, J Farfan, D White
Factors in the Emergence of Arbovirus Diseases, 23-35, 1997
201997
Fc microparticles can modulate the physical extent and magnitude of complement activity
BA Holt, MC Bellavia, D Potter, D White, SR Stowell, T Sulchek
Biomaterials science 5 (3), 463-474, 2017
182017
Molecular epidemiology of bluetongue virus in northern Colorado
DM White, CD Blair, BJ Beaty
Virus research 118 (1), 39-45, 2006
182006
Lack of detectable bluetongue virus in skin of seropositive cattle: implications for vertebrate overwintering of bluetongue virus
DM White, JO Mecham
Veterinaria italiana 40 (4), 513, 2004
182004
Viral hemorrhagic fevers of animals caused by DNA viruses
M Borca, C Gay, G Risatti, D O’Toole, H Li, JH Kuhn, CE Lewis, ...
Global Virology I-Identifying and Investigating Viral Diseases, 319-343, 2015
7*2015
Possible overwintering mechanism of bluetongue virus in vectors
DM White, WC Wilson, CD Blair, BJ Beaty
Veterinaria Italiana 40 (3), 175, 2004
42004
Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers of Animals Caused by Negative-Strand RNA Viruses
K Falk, M Aamelfot, OB Dale, TR Meyers, SA Iverson, WR White, ...
Global Virology I-Identifying and Investigating Viral Diseases, 247-317, 2015
32015
Persistence of bluetongue virus in the insect vector and its implications for disease control
JO Mecham, DM White, BS Brolet, WC Wilson
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL MEETING-UNITED STATES ANIMAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION …, 2005
32005
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