Main GCEID Publications

Anderson H, Vuillermin P, Jachno K, Allen KJ, Tang ML, Collier F, Kemp A, Ponsonby AL, Burgner D; Barwon Infant Study Investigator Group. Prevalence and determinants of antibiotic exposure in infants: A population-derived Australian birth cohort study. J Paediatr Child Health. 2017 Jul 27. doi: 10.1111/jpc.13616. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 28749577 [PubMed – as supplied by publisher].

Alexandersen, S., Nelson, T.M., Hodge, J. and Druce, Julian: Evolutionary and network analysis of virus sequences from infants infected with an Australian recombinant strain of human parechovirus type 3. Sci. Rep. 2017 June 20; 7:3861. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-04145-2.

Nelson, T.M., Vuillermin,P., Hodge,J., Druce, J. Williams, D.T., Jasrotia, R., and Alexandersen, S.: An outbreak of severe infections among Australian infants caused by a novel recombinant strain of human parechovirus type 3. Sci. Rep. 2017 March 14; 7:44423. doi: 10.1038/srep44423.

Nfon, C., Lung, O., Embury-Hyatt, C., and Alexandersen, S.: Clinical Signs and Pathology of Foot-and-Mouth Disease. Page 171-178 Chapter 8 in Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus: Current Research and Emerging Trends, Editors Francisco Sobrino and Esteban Domingo. Wymondham, Caister Academic Press. January 2017.

Xu, W., Berhane, Y., Dubé, C., Liang, B., Pasick, J., VanDomselarr, G., and Alexandersen, S.: Epidemiological and Evolutionary Inference of the Transmission Network of the 2014 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N2 Outbreak in British Columbia, Canada. Sci Rep. 2016 Aug 4; 6:3085. doi:10.1038/srep30858.

Ching, P. K. G., V. Carr de los Reyes, M. Nemia Sucaldito, E. Tayag, A. Baby Columna-Vingno, F. F. Malbas, Jr., G. C. Bolo, Jr., J. J. Sejvar, D. Eagles, G. Playford, E. Dueger, Y. Kaku, S. Morikawa, M. Kuroda, G. A. Marsh, S. McCullough, and A. R. Foxwell. 2015. Outbreak of henipavirus infection, philippines, 2014. Emerging Infectious Diseases 21:328-331.

Cowan, R., E. Athan, N. D. Friedman, A. J. Hughes, A. McDonald, P. Callan, J. Fyfe, and D. P. O’Brien. 2015. Mycobacterium ulcerans treatment–can antibiotic duration be reduced in selected patients? PLoS neglected tropical diseases 9.

Florido, M., R. Pillay, C. M. Gillis, Y. Xia, S. J. Turner, J. A. Triccas, J. Stambas, and W. J. Britton. 2015. Epitope-specific cd4(+), but not cd8(+), t-cell responses induced by recombinant influenza a viruses protect against mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. European Journal of Immunology 45:780-793.

Goossens, K. E., A. J. Karpala, A. Rohringer, A. Ward, and A. G. D. Bean. 2015. Characterisation of chicken viperin. Molecular Immunology 63:373-380.

Jacquelyn, H., Zhang, Z., Bittner, H., Hole, K., Singanallur, N.B., Alexandersen, S., and Vosloo, W.: Early protection in sheep against intra-typic heterologous challenge with serotype O foot-and-mouth disease virus using high-potency, emergency vaccine. Vaccine. 33:422-429, 2015.

Kittelberger, R., Nfon, C., Swekla, K., Zhang, Z., Hole, K., Bittner, H., Salo, T., Goolia, M., Embury-Hyatt, C., Bueno, R., Hannah, M., Swainsbury, R., O’Sullivan, C., Spence, R., Clough, R., McFadden, A., Rawdon, T., and Alexandersen, S.: Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Red Deer – Experimental Infection and Test Methods Performance. Transbound. Emerg. Dis. 2015.

Ojkic, D., Hazlett, M., Fairles, J., Marom, A., Slavic, D., Maxie, G., Alexandersen, S., Pasick, J., Alsop, J., Burlatschenko, S.: The first case of porcine epidemic diarrhea in Canada. Can Vet J. 56:149-152, 2015.

Pasick, J., Berhane, Y., Joseph, T., Bowes, V., Hisanaga, T., Handel, K., and Alexandersen. S.: Reassortant Highly Pathogenic Influenza A H5N2 Virus Containing Gene Segments Related to Eurasian H5N8 in British Columbia, Canada, 2014. Sci Rep. 2015 Mar 25;5:9484.

Plowright, R. K., P. Eby, P. J. Hudson, I. L. Smith, D. Westcott, W. L. Bryden, D. Middleton, P. A. Reid, R. A. McFarlane, G. Martin, G. M. Tabor, L. F. Skerratt, D. L. Anderson, G. Crameri, D. Quammen, D. Jordan, P. Freeman, L.-F. Wang, J. H. Epstein, G. A. Marsh, N. Y. Kung, and H. McCallum. 2015. Ecological dynamics of emerging bat virus spillover. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 282.

Rogers, B. A., P. R. Ingram, N. Runnegar, M. C. Pitman, J. T. Freeman, E. Athan, S. Havers, H. E. Sidjabat, E. Gunning, M. De Almeida, K. Styles, D. L. Paterson, and C. R. N. Asid. 2015. Sequence type 131fimh30 and fimh41 subclones amongst escherichia coil isolates in australia and new zealand. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents 45:351-358.

Stuart, R. L., C. Marshall, E. Orr, N. Bennett, E. Athan, D. Friedman, M. Reilly, and Racrig. 2015b. Survey of infection control and antimicrobial stewardship practices in australian residential aged-care facilities. Internal Medicine Journal 45:576-580.

van Dijk, J. G. B., R. A. M. Fouchier, M. Klaassen, and K. D. Matson. 2015. Minor differences in body condition and immune status between avian influenza virus-infected and noninfected mallards: A sign of coevolution? Ecology and Evolution 5:436-449.

Waugh, C., D. Cromer, A. Grimm, A. Chopra, S. Mallal, M. Davenport, and J. Mak. 2015. A general method to eliminate laboratory induced recombinants during massive, parallel sequencing of cdna library. Virology Journal 12.

Ye, S., S. Lowther, and J. Stambas. 2015. Inhibition of reactive oxygen species production ameliorates inflammation induced by influenza a viruses via upregulation of socs1 and socs3. Journal of Virology 89:2672-2683.

Abd El-Wahab, E. W., R. P. Smyth, E. Mailler, S. Bernacchi, V. Vivet-Boudou, M. Hijnen, F. Jossinet, J. Mak, J.-C. Paillart, and R. Marquet. 2014. Specific recognition of the hiv-1 genomic rna by the gag precursor. Nature Communications 5.

Alexandersen, S., Kobinger, G.P., Soule, G., and Wernery, U.: Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus antibody reactors among camels in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in 2005. Transbound. Emerg. Dis. 61:105-108, 2014.

Athan, E. 2014. The characteristics and outcome of infective endocarditis involving implantable cardiac devices. Current Infectious Disease Reports 16.

Bagherlrad, M., P. Trevan, M. Globan, E. Tay, N. Stephens, and E. Athan. 2014. Transmission of tuberculosis infection in a commercial office. Medical Journal of Australia 200:177-179.

Burggraaf, S., A. J. Karpala, J. Bingham, S. Lowther, P. Selleck, W. Kimpton, and A. G. D. Bean. 2014. H5n1 infection causes rapid mortality and high cytokine levels in chickens compared to ducks. Virus Research 185:23-31.

Chang, C. C., M. Ananda-Rajah, A. Belcastro, B. McMullan, A. Reid, K. Dempsey, E. Athan, A. C. Cheng, and M. A. Slavin. 2014. Consensus guidelines for implementation of quality processes to prevent invasive fungal disease and enhanced surveillance measures during hospital building works, 2014. Internal Medicine Journal 44:1389-1397.

Clayton, B. A., and G. A. Marsh. 2014. Nipah viruses from malaysia and bangladesh: Two of a kind? Future Virology 9:935-946.

Cowled, C., C. R. Stewart, V. A. Likic, M. R. Friedlaender, M. Tachedjian, K. A. Jenkins, M. L. Tizard, P. Cottee, G. A. Marsh, P. Zhou, M. L. Baker, A. G. Bean, and L.-f. Wang. 2014. Characterisation of novel micrornas in the black flying fox (pteropus alecto) by deep sequencing. Bmc Genomics 15.

Dups, J., D. Middleton, F. Long, R. Arkinstall, G. A. Marsh, and L.-F. Wang. 2014. Subclinical infection without encephalitis in mice following intranasal exposure to nipah virus-malaysia and nipah virus-bangladesh. Virology Journal 11.

Entesari-Tatafi, D., M. Bagherirad, D. Quan, and E. Athan. 2014. Iatrogenic meningitis caused by neisseria sicca/subflava after intrathecal contrast injection, australia. Emerging Infectious Diseases 20:1023-1025.

Goossens, K. E., A. J. Karpala, A. Ward, and A. G. D. Bean. 2014. Characterisation of chicken zap. Developmental and Comparative Immunology 46:373-381.

Izzard, L., R. A. Tripp, and J. Stambas. 2014a. Can an influenza a-based delivery system overcome current challenges associated with mirna technology? Future Virology 9:879-882.

Izzard, L., S. Ye, K. Jenkins, Y. Xia, M. Tizard, and J. Stambas. 2014b. Mirna modulation of socs1 using an influenza a virus delivery system. Journal of General Virology 95:1880-1885.

Lewis, R. S., S. M. Noor, F. W. Fraser, R. Sertori, C. Liongue, and A. C. Ward. 2014. Regulation of embryonic hematopoiesis by a cytokine-inducible sh2 domain homolog in zebrafish. Journal of Immunology 192:5739-5748.

Lowenthal, J. W. 2014. Confidence in genetically modified animal research and regulation. Journal Fur Verbraucherschutz Und Lebensmittelsicherheit-Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety 9:S47-S50.

Marsh, G. A., and L.-F. Wang. 2014. Henipaviruses deadly zoonotic paramyxoviruses of bat origin. Role of Animals in Emerging Viral Diseases:125-142.

McKinstry, W. J., M. Hijnen, H. S. Tanwar, L. G. Sparrow, S. Nagarajan, S. T. Pham, and J. Mak. 2014. Expression and purification of soluble recombinant full length hiv-1 pr55(gag) protein in escherichia coli. Protein Expression and Purification 100:10-18.

Middleton, D., J. Pallister, R. Klein, Y.-R. Feng, J. Haining, R. Arkinstall, L. Frazer, J.-A. Huang, N. Edwards, M. Wareing, M. Elhay, Z. Hashmi, J. Bingham, M. Yamada, D. Johnson, J. White, A. Foord, H. G. Heine, G. A. Marsh, C. C. Broder, and L.-F. Wang. 2014. Hendra virus vaccine, a one health approach to protecting horse, human, and environmental health. Emerging Infectious Diseases 20:372-379.

Monne, I., A. Fusaro, M. I. Nelson, L. Bonfanti, P. Mulatti, J. Hughes, P. R. Murcia, A. Schivo, V. Valastro, A. Moreno, E. C. Holmes, and G. Cattolia. 2014. Emergence of a highly pathogenic avian influenza virus from a low-pathogenic progenitor. Journal of Virology 88:4375-4388.

O’Brien, D. P., N. D. Friedman, A. McDonald, P. Callan, A. Hughes, and E. Athan. 2014a. Clinical features and risk factors of oedematous mycobacterium ulcerans lesions in an australian population: Beware cellulitis in an endemic area. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 8.

O’Brien, D. P., G. Jenkin, J. Buntine, C. M. Steffen, A. McDonald, S. Horne, N. D. Friedman, E. Athan, A. Hughes, P. P. Callan, and P. D. R. Johnson. 2014b. Treatment and prevention of mycobacterium ulcerans infection (buruli ulcer) in australia: Guideline update. Medical Journal of Australia 200:267-270.

Pasick, J., Berhane, Y., Ojkic, D., Maxie, G., Embury-Hyatta, C., Swekla, K., Handel, K., Fairles, J., and Alexandersen, S.: Investigation into the Role of Potentially Contaminated Feed as a Source of the First Detected Outbreaks of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea in Canada. Transbound. Emerg. Dis. 61:397–410, 2014.

Petravic, J., P. Ellenberg, M.-L. Chan, G. Paukovics, R. P. Smyth, J. Mak, and M. P. Davenport. 2014. Intracellular dynamics of hiv infection. Journal of Virology 88:1113-1124.

Pham, S., T. Tabarin, C. Pade, J. Rossy, P. Monaghan, A. Hyatt, T. Boecking, A. Leis, K. Gaus, and J. Mak. 2014. Cd4 receptor-engagement induces structural rearrangement of hiv. Abstracts of the General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology 114:2682-2682.

Rogers, B. A., P. R. Ingram, N. Runnegar, M. C. Pitman, J. T. Freeman, E. Athan, S. M. Havers, H. E. Sidjabat, M. Jones, E. Gunning, M. De Almeida, K. Styles, D. L. Paterson, and C. Australasian Soc Infect Dis. 2014. Community-onset escherichia coli infection resistant to expanded-spectrum cephalosporins in low-prevalence countries. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 58:2126-2134.

Simms, L., and M. Jeggo. 2014. Avian influenza from an ecohealth perspective. Ecohealth 11:4-14.

Smyth, R. P., T. E. Schlub, A. J. Grimm, C. Waugh, P. Ellenberg, A. Chopra, S. Mallal, D. Cromer, J. Mak, and M. P. Davenport. 2014. Identifying recombination hot spots in the hiv-1 genome. Journal of Virology 88:2891-2902.

van Dijk, J. G. B., B. J. Hoye, J. H. Verhagen, B. A. Nolet, R. A. M. Fouchier, and M. Klaassen. 2014a. Juveniles and migrants as drivers for seasonal epizootics of avian influenza virus. Journal of Animal Ecology 83:266-275.

van Dijk, J. G. B., A. C. Mateman, and M. Klaassen. 2014b. Transfer of maternal antibodies against avian influenza virus in mallards (anas platyrhynchos). Plos One 9.

Velkov, T., V. Carbone, J. Akter, S. Sivanesan, J. Li, T. Beddoe, and G. A. Marsh. 2014. The rna-dependent-rna polymerase, an emerging antiviral drug target for the hendra virus. Current Drug Targets 15:103-113.

Verhagen, J. H., J. G. B. van Dijk, V. Oanh, T. Bestebroer, P. Lexmond, M. Klaassen, and R. A. M. Fouchier. 2014. Migratory birds reinforce local circulation of avian influenza viruses. Plos One 9.

Wynne, J. W., B. J. Shiell, G. A. Marsh, V. Boyd, J. A. Harper, K. Heesom, P. Monaghan, P. Zhou, J. Payne, R. Klein, S. Todd, L. Mok, D. Green, J. Bingham, M. Tachedjian, M. L. Baker, D. Matthews, and L.-F. Wang. 2014. Proteomics informed by transcriptomics reveals hendra virus sensitizes bat cells to trail-mediated apoptosis. Genome Biology 15.

Ye, S., J. G. Evans, and J. Stambas. 2014. Influenza reverse genetics: Dissecting immunity and pathogenesis. Expert Reviews in Molecular Medicine 16.