Jackie A Pallister
- Promoter activity in the 5' flanking regions of the Bohle iridovirus ICP 18, ICP 46 and major capsid protein genesJ Pallister
CSIRO Livestock Industries, Australian Animal Health Laboratory, Geelong, Vic, Australia
Arch Virol 150:1911-9. 2005..Putative promoter regions of these two early genes and of the major capsid protein (MCP) gene were identified, cloned into pSFM21, and luciferase production was then used to assess the promoter activity of these regions...
- Development of real-time PCR assays for the detection and differentiation of Australian and European ranavirusesJ Pallister
CSIRO Livestock Industries, Australian Animal Health Laboratory, Geelong, Victoria, Australia
J Fish Dis 30:427-38. 2007..The test is currently useful as a research and initial screening tool, with the potential to become a sensitive and specific method for detection and differentiation of ranaviruses with further development...
- Bohle iridovirus as a vector for heterologous gene expressionJackie Pallister
CSIRO Livestock Industries, Australian Animal Health Laboratory, 5 Portarlington Road, Geelong, Victoria 3220, Australia
J Virol Methods 146:419-23. 2007....
- Chloroquine administration does not prevent Nipah virus infection and disease in ferretsJackie Pallister
CSIRO Livestock Industries, Australian Animal Health Laboratory, Geelong, Victoria 3220, Australia
J Virol 83:11979-82. 2009..Chloroquine was assessed using a ferret model of lethal Nipah virus infection and found to be ineffective against Nipah virus infection in vivo...
- Assessment of virally vectored autoimmunity as a biocontrol strategy for cane toadsJackie A Pallister
Australian Animal Health Laboratories, CSIRO Livestock Industries, Geelong, Victoria, Australia
PLoS ONE 6:e14576. 2011..We explored an alternative approach that entailed genetically modifying a pathogen with broad host specificity so that it no longer caused disease, but carried a gene to disrupt the cane toad life cycle in a species specific manner...
- A recombinant Hendra virus G glycoprotein-based subunit vaccine protects ferrets from lethal Hendra virus challengeJackie Pallister
CSIRO Livestock Industries, Australian Animal Health Laboratory, 5 Portarlington Road, Geelong, VIC 3220, Australia
Vaccine 29:5623-30. 2011..Together, our findings indicate that 100 μg or 20 μg doses of HeVsG vaccine can completely prevent a productive HeV infection in the ferret, suggesting that vaccination to prevent the infection and shedding of HeV is possible...
- Promotion of Hendra virus replication by microRNA 146aCameron R Stewart
CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory, Geelong, Victoria, Australia
J Virol 87:3782-91. 2013..These studies are the first to demonstrate a host miRNA response to Hendra virus infection and suggest an important role for host miRNAs in Hendra virus disease...