Kamela Evans-Davis

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Protection from cutaneous leishmaniasis, a chronic ulcerating skin lesion affecting millions, has been achieved historically using live virulent preparations of the parasite. Killed or recombinant Ags that could be safer as vaccines generally require an adjuvant for induction of a strong Th1 response in murine models. Murine rIL-12 as an adjuvant with(More)
A new species of Mycoplasma, M. volis, was isolated from the respiratory tract of clinically normal field-trapped prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster) that were to be housed in close proximity to other rodents. To determine the pathogenic potential of the new mycoplasmal isolate, three groups of rodents (Sprague Dawley rats, BALB/c mice, and severe combined(More)
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