Ryan Arsenault

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Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium (Salmonella Typhimurium) infection of chickens that are more than a few days old results in asymptomatic cecal colonization with persistent shedding of bacteria. We hypothesized that while the bacterium colonizes and persists locally in the cecum it has systemic effects, including changes to metabolic pathways of(More)
  • F Rigaut, D Salmon, R Arsenault, J Thomas, O Lai, D Rouan +7 others
  • 1998
Extensive results from the commissioning phase of PUEO, the adaptive optics instrument adaptor for the Canada–France–Hawaii telescope (CFHT), are presented and discussed. Analyses of more than 750 images recorded with a CCD and a near-IR camera on 16 nights in wavelengths from B to H are used to derive the properties of the compensated wavefront and images(More)
SUMMARY While many experimentally characterized phosphorylation sites exist for certain organisms, such as human, rat and mouse, few sites are known for other organisms, hampering related research efforts. We have developed a software pipeline called DAPPLE that automates the process of using known phosphorylation sites from other organisms to identify(More)
We present the first near-infrared K-band long-baseline interferometric measurement of the nucleus of the prototype Seyfert 2 Galaxy NGC 1068 with resolution λ/B ∼ 10 mas obtained with the Very Large Telescope Interferometer (VLTI) and the two 8.2 m diameter Unit Telescopes UT 2 and UT 3. The adaptive optics system MACAO (Multi Application Curvature(More)
Johne's disease (JD) is a chronic enteric infection of cattle caused by Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP). The high economic cost and potential zoonotic threat of JD have driven efforts to develop tools and approaches to effectively manage this disease within livestock herds. Efforts to control JD through traditional animal management(More)
  • D Rouan, F Rigaut, D Alloin, R Doyon, O Lai, D Crampton +2 others
  • 1998
We present diffraction-limited near-IR images in J, H and K of the nucleus of NGC 1068, obtained with the Adaptive Optics system Pueo at CFHT. The achieved resolution (0. 12) reveals several components, particularly prominent on the [J−K] image: a) an unresolved, conspicuous core (size < 9 pc); b) an elongated structure at P.A. ≈ 102 • , beginning to show(More)
We present K, L and M diffraction-limited images of NGC 1068, obtained with NAOS+CONICA at VLT/YEPUN over a 3.5 ′′ × 3.5 ′′ region around the central engine. Hot dust (T col = 550-650 K) is found to be distributed in three main structurally different regions : (a) in the true nucleus, seen as a quasi-spherical, however slightly NS elongated, core of(More)
Non-typhoidal Salmonella enterica induce an early pro-inflammatory response in chickens. However, the response is short-lived, asymptomatic of disease, resulting in a persistent colonization of the ceca, and fecal shedding of bacteria. The underlying mechanisms that control this persistent infection of chickens by Salmonella are unknown. Recently, we found(More)
The use of species-specific peptide arrays for the study of animal kinomes has a proven track record of success. This technique has been used in a variety of species for the study of host-pathogen interactions and metabolism. Species-specific peptide arrays have been designed previously for use with chicken but a turkey array has never been attempted. In(More)
Reversible protein phosphorylation is a central mechanism for both the transfer of intracellular information and the initiation of cellular responses. Within human medicine, considerable emphasis is placed on understanding and controlling the enzymes (kinases) that are responsible for catalyzing these modifications. This is evident in the prominent use of(More)