Parainfluenza-3 virus infection in Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.
A SEROLOGICAL SURVEY FOR SELECTED VIRAL INFECTIONS OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN BIGHORN SHEEP
- J. Parks, J. England
- Biology, MedicineJournal of Wildlife Diseases
- 1 April 1974
Serum samples were collected from 29 Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) in their natural habitats in Colorado and Wyoming and revealed 13 sheep had antibodies to the group specific CF antigen of the adenoviruses, and only one animal possessed the group Specific precipitating antibody.
The isolation and partial characterization of a herpesvirus from a case of bovine metritis
- J. Parks, J. Kendrick
- Biology, MedicineArchiv für die gesamte Virusforschung
A virus isolated from the uterine exudate of a cow with metritis had physical, chemical and cytopathogenic properties characteristic of a member of the herpesvirus group. Neutralization tests…
Fetal mummification associated with porcine parvovirus infection.
- W. Mengeling, R. Cutlip, R. Wilson, J. Parks, R. F. Marshall
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of the American Veterinary Medical…
Porcine parvovirus was isolated from tissues of the mummified fetuses, and masses of viral antigen were detected throughout the same tissues when cryostat sections were examined by immunofluorescence microscopy.
Buoyant Density of Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus
- J. Parks, Randall F. Pritchett, Y. Zee
- BiologyProceedings of the Society for Experimental…
- 1 June 1972
Bovine viral diarrhea virus, strain NADL, was purified by removing extracellular fluid from infected cultures at 96 hr postinoculation and clarifying by low speed centrifugation and most of the infectivity was associated with a light scattering band in the region of 20% sucrose.
Transforming DNA sequences of human hepatocellular carcinomas, their distribution and relationship with hepatitis B virus sequence in human hepatomas.
- S. S. Yang, R. Modali, J. Parks, J. Taub
- Biology, MedicineLeukemia
- 1 December 1988
The results suggest that HBV contributes to hepatocarcinogenesis probably via an activation mechanism involving possibly an integration or transient interaction of HBV DNA with hepatocyte DNA sequences, leading to recombination and eventual amplifications of the hhcM sequence in Mahlavu.
Tpcn2 Knock‐Out Mice Have Improved Insulin Sensitivity and Are Protected Against High‐Fat Diet Induced Weight Gain.
- L. C. Woods, K. Holl, J. Parrington
- 1 April 2018
Testing the hypothesis that improved insulin sensitivity in two‐pore channel 2 (Tpcn2) knock‐out mice would protect against the negative effects of a high fat diet demonstrated that male KO mice haveImproved insulin sensitivity and both male and female KO mice are protected against diet‐induced weight gain independent from changes in glucose tolerance or lipid levels.