Jonathan Arzt
Jonathan Arzt
Veterinary Medical Officer (Pathology), FADRU/ARS/USDA
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African swine fever virus Georgia isolate harboring deletions of MGF360 and MGF505 genes is attenuated in swine and confers protection against challenge with virulent parental …
V O'Donnell, LG Holinka, DP Gladue, B Sanford, PW Krug, X Lu, J Arzt, ...
Journal of virology 89 (11), 6048-6056, 2015
The pathogenesis of foot‐and‐mouth disease I: viral pathways in cattle
J Arzt, N Juleff, Z Zhang, LL Rodriguez
Transboundary and emerging diseases 58 (4), 291-304, 2011
The pathogenesis of foot‐and‐mouth disease II: viral pathways in swine, small ruminants, and wildlife; myotropism, chronic syndromes, and molecular virus–host interactions
J Arzt, B Baxt, MJ Grubman, T Jackson, N Juleff, J Rhyan, E Rieder, ...
Transboundary and emerging diseases 58 (4), 305-326, 2011
The early pathogenesis of foot-and-mouth disease in cattle after aerosol inoculation: identification of the nasopharynx as the primary site of infection
J Arzt, JM Pacheco, LL Rodriguez
Veterinary pathology 47 (6), 1048-1063, 2010
African Swine Fever Virus Georgia 2007 with a Deletion of Virulence-Associated Gene 9GL (B119L), when Administered at Low Doses, Leads to Virus Attenuation …
V O'Donnell, LG Holinka, PW Krug, DP Gladue, J Carlson, B Sanford, ...
Journal of virology 89 (16), 8556-8566, 2015
The progressive adaptation of a georgian isolate of African swine fever virus to vero cells leads to a gradual attenuation of virulence in swine corresponding to major …
PW Krug, LG Holinka, V O'Donnell, B Reese, B Sanford, ...
Journal of virology 89 (4), 2324-2332, 2015
Early events in the pathogenesis of foot-and-mouth disease in cattle after controlled aerosol exposure
JM Pacheco, J Arzt, LL Rodriguez
The Veterinary Journal 183 (1), 46-53, 2010
Foot-and-mouth disease vaccines
F Diaz-San Segundo, GN Medina, C Stenfeldt, J Arzt, T de Los Santos
Veterinary microbiology 206, 102-112, 2017
Agricultural diseases on the move early in the third millennium
J Arzt, WR White, BV Thomsen, CC Brown
Veterinary pathology 47 (1), 15-27, 2010
Veterinary applications of infrared thermography
SI Rekant, MA Lyons, JM Pacheco, J Arzt, LL Rodriguez
American journal of veterinary research 77 (1), 98-107, 2016
The foot-and-mouth disease carrier state divergence in cattle
C Stenfeldt, M Eschbaumer, SI Rekant, JM Pacheco, GR Smoliga, ...
Journal of virology 90 (14), 6344-6364, 2016
The pathogenesis of foot-and-mouth disease in pigs
C Stenfeldt, F Diaz-San Segundo, T De Los Santos, LL Rodriguez, J Arzt
Frontiers in veterinary science 3, 41, 2016
Pathogenesis of highly virulent African swine fever virus in domestic pigs exposed via intraoropharyngeal, intranasopharyngeal, and intramuscular inoculation, and by direct …
EB Howey, V O’Donnell, HC de Carvalho Ferreira, MV Borca, J Arzt
Virus research 178 (2), 328-339, 2013
Persistent foot-and-mouth disease virus infection in the nasopharynx of cattle; tissue-specific distribution and local cytokine expression
JM Pacheco, GR Smoliga, V O’Donnell, BP Brito, C Stenfeldt, ...
PloS one 10 (5), e0125698, 2015
Bovine type III interferon significantly delays and reduces the severity of foot-and-mouth disease in cattle
E Perez-Martin, M Weiss, F Diaz-San Segundo, JM Pacheco, J Arzt, ...
Journal of virology 86 (8), 4477-4487, 2012
Detection of foot‐and‐mouth disease virus RNA and capsid protein in lymphoid tissues of convalescent pigs does not indicate existence of a carrier state
C Stenfeldt, JM Pacheco, GR Smoliga, E Bishop, SJ Pauszek, EJ Hartwig, ...
Transboundary and emerging diseases 63 (2), 152-164, 2016
First detection and genome sequence of Senecavirus A in Vietnam
J Arzt, MR Bertram, LT Vu, SJ Pauszek, EJ Hartwig, GR Smoliga, ...
Microbiology resource announcements 8 (3), 10.1128/mra. 01247-18, 2019
A partial deletion in non-structural protein 3A can attenuate foot-and-mouth disease virus in cattle
JM Pacheco, DP Gladue, LG Holinka, J Arzt, E Bishop, G Smoliga, ...
Virology 446 (1-2), 260-267, 2013
Transmission of foot-and-mouth disease from persistently infected carrier cattle to naive cattle via transfer of oropharyngeal fluid
J Arzt, GJ Belsham, L Lohse, A Bøtner, C Stenfeldt
Msphere 3 (5), 10.1128/msphere. 00365-18, 2018
Mutagenesis of the human transferrin receptor: Two cytoplasmic phenylalanines are required for efficient internalization and a second-site mutation is capable of reverting an …
T McGraw, B Pytowski, J Arzt, C Ferrone
The Journal of Cell Biology 112 (5), 853-861, 1991
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