Runstadler Lab Publications

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2018
Lerner JE, Ono K, Hernandez KM, Runstadler JA, Puryear WB, Polito MJ.  2018.  Evaluating the use of stable isotope analysis to infer the feeding ecology of a growing US gray seal (Halichoerus grypus) population.. PLoS One. 13(2):e0192241.
2017
Ballard JR, Mickley R, Brown JD, Hill NJ, Runstadler JA, Clark DE, Ellis JC, Mead DG, Fischer JR.  2017.  Detection of Wellfleet Bay Virus Antibodies in Sea Birds of the Northeastern USA.. J Wildl Dis. 53(4):875-879.
Bui VNghia, Trinh DQuang, Abao LNB, Ozeki Y, Runstadler J, Nakamura K, Ogawa H, Imai K.  2017.  Evaluation of the replication and pathogenicity of a variant avian paramyxovirus serotype 6 in mice.. Arch Virol. 162(10):3035-3043.
Spivey TJ, Lindberg MS, Meixell BW, Smith KR, Puryear WB, Davis KR, Runstadler JA, Stallknecht DE, Ramey AM.  2017.  Maintenance of influenza A viruses and antibody response in mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) sampled during the non-breeding season in Alaska.. PLoS One. 12(8):e0183505.
Hill NJ, Hussein ITM, Davis KR, Ma EJ, Spivey TJ, Ramey AM, Puryear WBlay, Das SR, Halpin RA, Lin X et al..  2017.  Reassortment of Influenza A Viruses in Wild Birds in Alaska before H5 Clade 2.3.4.4 Outbreaks.. Emerg Infect Dis. 23(4):654-657.
2016
Hill NJ, Runstadler JA.  2016.  A Bird's Eye View of Influenza A Virus Transmission: Challenges with Characterizing Both Sides of a Co-Evolutionary Dynamic.. Integr Comp Biol. 56(2):304-16.
Meixell BW, Arnold TW, Lindberg MS, Smith MM, Runstadler JA, Ramey AM.  2016.  Detection, prevalence, and transmission of avian hematozoa in waterfowl at the Arctic/sub-Arctic interface: co-infections, viral interactions, and sources of variation.. Parasit Vectors. 9(1):390.
Bahl J, Pham TT, Hill NJ, Hussein ITM, Ma EJ, Easterday BC, Halpin RA, Stockwell TB, Wentworth DE, Kayali G et al..  2016.  Ecosystem Interactions Underlie the Spread of Avian Influenza A Viruses with Pandemic Potential.. PLoS Pathog. 12(5):e1005620.
Sultan S, Bui VNghia, Hill NJ, Hussein ITM, Trinh DQuang, Inage K, Hashizume T, Runstadler JA, Ogawa H, Imai K.  2016.  Genetic characterization of H5N2 influenza viruses isolated from wild birds in Japan suggests multiple reassortment.. Arch Virol. 161(12):3309-3322.
Hussein ITM, Krammer F, Ma E, Estrin M, Viswanathan K, Stebbins NW, Quinlan DS, Sasisekharan R, Runstadler J.  2016.  New England harbor seal H3N8 influenza virus retains avian-like receptor specificity.. Sci Rep. 6:21428.
Hussein ITM, Ma EJ, Hill NJ, Meixell BW, Lindberg M, Albrecht RA, Bahl J, Runstadler JA.  2016.  A point mutation in the polymerase protein PB2 allows a reassortant H9N2 influenza isolate of wild-bird origin to replicate in human cells.. Infect Genet Evol. 41:279-288.
Puryear WBlay, Keogh M, Hill N, Moxley J, Josephson E, Davis KRyan, Bandoro C, Lidgard D, Bogomolni A, Levin M et al..  2016.  Prevalence of influenza A virus in live-captured North Atlantic gray seals: a possible wild reservoir.. Emerg Microbes Infect. 5(8):e81.
Ma EJ, Hill NJ, Zabilansky J, Yuan K, Runstadler JA.  2016.  Reticulate evolution is favored in influenza niche switching.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 113(19):5335-9.
Hill NJ, Ma EJ, Meixell BW, Lindberg MS, Boyce WM, Runstadler JA.  2016.  Transmission of influenza reflects seasonality of wild birds across the annual cycle.. Ecol Lett. 19(8):915-25.
2015
Bui VNghia, Ogawa H, Hussein ITM, Hill NJ, Trinh DQuang, AboElkhair M, Sultan S, Ma E, Saito K, Watanabe Y et al..  2015.  Genetic characterization of a rare H12N3 avian influenza virus isolated from a green-winged teal in Japan.. Virus Genes. 50(2):316-20.
Ramos I, Mansour M, Wohlbold TJ, Ermler ME, Hirsh A, Runstadler JA, Fernandez-Sesma A, Krammer F.  2015.  Hemagglutinin Receptor Binding of a Human Isolate of Influenza A(H10N8) Virus.. Emerg Infect Dis. 21(7):1197-201.
2014
Bui VNghia, Mizutani T, Nguyen THoang, Trinh DQuang, Awad SSA, Minoungou GL, Yamamoto Y, Nakamura K, Saito K, Watanabe Y et al..  2014.  Characterization of a genetic and antigenic variant of avian paramyxovirus 6 isolated from a migratory wild bird, the red-necked stint (Calidris ruficollis).. Arch Virol. 159(11):3101-5.
Krammer F, Albrecht RA, Tan GS, Margine I, Hai R, Schmolke M, Runstadler J, Andrews SF, Wilson PC, Cox RJ et al..  2014.  Divergent H7 immunogens offer protection from H7N9 virus challenge.. J Virol. 88(8):3976-85.
Wille M, Huang Y, Robertson GJ, Ryan P, Wilhelm SI, Fifield D, Bond AL, Granter A, Munro H, Buxton R et al..  2014.  Evaluation of seabirds in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, as hosts of influenza A viruses.. J Wildl Dis. 50(1):98-103.
Bui VNghia, Ogawa H, Trinh DQuang, Nguyen THong Thi, Pham NThi, Truong DAnh, Bui ANgoc, Runstadler J, Imai K, Nguyen KViet.  2014.  Genetic characterization of an H5N1 avian influenza virus from a vaccinated duck flock in Vietnam.. Virus Genes. 49(2):278-85.
Bui VN, Dao TD, Nguyen TTH, Nguyen LT, Bui AN, Trinh DQ, Pham NT, Inui K, Runstadler J, Ogawa H et al..  2014.  Pathogenicity of an H5N1 avian influenza virus isolated in Vietnam in 2012 and reliability of conjunctival samples for diagnosis of infection.. Virus Res. 179:125-32.
2013
Runstadler J, Hill N, Hussein ITM, Puryear W, Keogh M.  2013.  Connecting the study of wild influenza with the potential for pandemic disease.. Infect Genet Evol. 17:162-87.
Vernau KM, Runstadler JA, Brown EA, Cameron JM, Huson HJ, Higgins RJ, Ackerley C, Sturges BK, Dickinson PJ, Puschner B et al..  2013.  Genome-wide association analysis identifies a mutation in the thiamine transporter 2 (SLC19A3) gene associated with Alaskan Husky encephalopathy.. PLoS One. 8(3):e57195.
Bui VN, Ogawa H, Ngo LH, Baatartsogt T, Abao LNB, Tamaki S, Saito K, Watanabe Y, Runstadler J, Imai K.  2013.  H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza virus isolated from conjunctiva of a whooper swan with neurological signs.. Arch Virol. 158(2):451-5.
Margine I, Krammer F, Hai R, Heaton NS, Tan GS, Andrews SA, Runstadler JA, Wilson PC, Albrecht RA, García-Sastre A et al..  2013.  Hemagglutinin stalk-based universal vaccine constructs protect against group 2 influenza A viruses.. J Virol. 87(19):10435-46.

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