David Stallknecht
David Stallknecht
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Host range of avian influenza virus in free-living birds
DE Stallknecht, SM Shane
Veterinary research communications 12 (2-3), 125-141, 1988
4261988
Persistence of avian influenza viruses in water
DE Stallknecht, SM Shane, MT Kearney, PJ Zwank
Avian diseases, 406-411, 1990
3541990
Persistence of H5 and H7 avian influenza viruses in water
JD Brown, DE Swayne, RJ Cooper, RE Burns, DE Stallknecht
Avian diseases 51 (s1), 285-289, 2007
3452007
Susceptibility of North American ducks and gulls to H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses
JD Brown, DE Stallknecht, JR Beck, DL Suarez, DE Swayne
Emerging infectious diseases 12 (11), 1663, 2006
3372006
Avian influenza virus in water: infectivity is dependent on pH, salinity and temperature
JD Brown, G Goekjian, R Poulson, S Valeika, DE Stallknecht
Veterinary microbiology 136 (1-2), 20-26, 2009
2782009
Phylogenetic diversity among low-virulence Newcastle disease viruses from waterfowl and shorebirds and comparison of genotype distributions to those of poultry-origin isolates
LM Kim, DJ King, PE Curry, DL Suarez, DE Swayne, DE Stallknecht, ...
Journal of virology 81 (22), 12641-12653, 2007
2702007
Effects of pH, temperature, and salinity on persistence of avian influenza viruses in water
DE Stallknecht, MT Kearney, SM Shane, PJ Zwank
Avian diseases, 412-418, 1990
2651990
Environmental transmission of low pathogenicity avian influenza viruses and its implications for pathogen invasion
P Rohani, R Breban, DE Stallknecht, JM Drake
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (25), 10365-10369, 2009
2302009
The role of environmental transmission in recurrent avian influenza epidemics
R Breban, JM Drake, DE Stallknecht, P Rohani
PLoS computational biology 5 (4), 2009
2062009
Global surveillance of emerging Influenza virus genotypes by mass spectrometry
R Sampath, KL Russell, C Massire, MW Eshoo, V Harpin, LB Blyn, ...
PLoS One 2 (5), 2007
2052007
Experimental infection of swans and geese with highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (H5N1) of Asian lineage
JD Brown, DE Stallknecht, DE Swayne
Emerging infectious diseases 14 (1), 136, 2008
1972008
Susceptibility of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) to infection with Ehrlichia chaffeensis, the etiologic agent of human ehrlichiosis.
JE Dawson, DE Stallknecht, EW Howerth, C Warner, K Biggie, ...
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 32 (11), 2725-2728, 1994
1911994
Mycoplasmal conjunctivitis in wild songbirds: the spread of a new contagious disease in a mobile host population.
JR Fischer, DE Stallknecht, P Luttrell, AA Dhondt, KA Converse
Emerging infectious diseases 3 (1), 69, 1997
1811997
Free-living Canada geese and antimicrobial resistance.
D Cole, DJ Drum, DE Stalknecht, DG White, MD Lee, S Ayers, M Sobsey, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 11 (6), 935-938, 2005
1752005
Avian influenza viruses from migratory and resident ducks of coastal Louisiana
DE Stallknecht, SM Shane, PJ Zwank, DA Senne, MT Kearney
Avian diseases, 398-405, 1990
1751990
Avian influenza viruses in Minnesota ducks during 1998–2000
BA Hanson, DE Stallknecht, DE Swayne, LA Lewis, DA Senne
Avian diseases 47 (s3), 867-871, 2003
1672003
Isolation of Ehrlichia chaffeensis from wild white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) confirms their role as natural reservoir hosts.
JM Lockhart, WR Davidson, DE Stallknecht, JE Dawson, EW Howerth
Journal of clinical microbiology 35 (7), 1681-1686, 1997
1661997
Ecology and epidemiology of avian influenza viruses in wild bird populations: waterfowl, shorebirds, pelicans, cormorants, etc.
DE Stallknecht
Avian diseases 47, 61-69, 2003
1492003
Wild birds and the epidemiology of avian influenza
DE Stallknecht, JD Brown
Journal of wildlife diseases 43 (3 Supplement), S15-S20, 2007
1392007
Factors affecting the geographic distribution of West Nile virus in Georgia, USA: 2002–2004
SEJ Gibbs, MC Wimberly, M Madden, J Masour, MJ Yabsley, ...
Vector-Borne & Zoonotic Diseases 6 (1), 73-82, 2006
1362006
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