J S Munday

Summary

Affiliation: Massey University
Country: New Zealand

Publications

  1. Munday J, French A. Felis catus papillomavirus types 1 and 4 are rarely present in neoplastic and inflammatory oral lesions of cats. Res Vet Sci. 2015;100:220-2 pubmed publisher
    ..This study does not support a PV etiology of feline OSCCs, but shows that FcaPV-1 can asymptomatically infect the mouth of cats. ..
  2. Ariyarathna H, de Silva N, Aberdein D, Kodikara D, Jayasinghe M, Adikari R, et al. Clinicopathological Diversity of Canine Mammary Gland Tumors in Sri Lanka: A One-Year Survey on Cases Presented to Two Veterinary Practices. Vet Sci. 2018;5: pubmed publisher
    ..A high histological diversity of MGTs was observed. Overall, the present findings emphasize the necessity of improving awareness of MGTs among Sri Lankan clinicians as well as dog owners. ..
  3. Munday J, Tucker R, Kiupel M, Harvey C. Multiple oral carcinomas associated with a novel papillomavirus in a dog. J Vet Diagn Invest. 2015;27:221-5 pubmed publisher
    ..However, the presence of p16 immunostaining and the development of multiple oral carcinomas support a role of the PV in tumorigenesis in this dog. ..
  4. Munday J, Fairley R, Mills H, Kiupel M, Vaatstra B. Oral Papillomas Associated With Felis catus Papillomavirus Type 1 in 2 Domestic Cats. Vet Pathol. 2015;52:1187-90 pubmed publisher
    ..This is the first evidence that these papillomas are caused by F. catus papillomavirus type 1. ..
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    Munday J, Hanlon E, Howe L, Squires R, French A. Feline cutaneous viral papilloma associated with human papillomavirus type 9. Vet Pathol. 2007;44:924-7 pubmed
    ..To the authors' knowledge, this is only the second reported feline cutaneous viral papilloma. In addition, this is the first report of a feline papilloma being associated with an HPV. ..
  6. Munday J, Thomson N, Dunowska M, Knight C, Laurie R, Hills S. Genomic characterisation of the feline sarcoid-associated papillomavirus and proposed classification as Bos taurus papillomavirus type 14. Vet Microbiol. 2015;177:289-95 pubmed publisher
    ..Interestingly BPV-14 has not been detected in any equine sarcoid suggesting that BPV-14 has a host range that is limited to bovids and felids. ..
  7. Munday J, French A, Harvey C. Molecular and immunohistochemical studies do not support a role for papillomaviruses in canine oral squamous cell carcinoma development. Vet J. 2015;204:223-5 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall the results indicated that PVs are not a significant cause of canine OSCCs. ..
  8. Munday J, Banyay K, Aberdein D, French A. Development of an injection site sarcoma shortly after meloxicam injection in an unvaccinated cat. J Feline Med Surg. 2011;13:988-91 pubmed publisher
    ..This suggests that injection of both vaccines and non-vaccine medications should be minimised to reduce the risk of ISS development. ..
  9. Munday J, Dunowska M, Laurie R, Hills S. Genomic characterisation of canine papillomavirus type 17, a possible rare cause of canine oral squamous cell carcinoma. Vet Microbiol. 2016;182:135-40 pubmed publisher
    ..While it appears CPV-17 is only rarely present in canine oral SCCs, evidence suggests that this PV could influence the development of oral SCCs in this species. ..

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  1. Munday J, Fairley R, Atkinson K. The detection of Felis catus papillomavirus 3 DNA in a feline bowenoid in situ carcinoma with novel histologic features and benign clinical behavior. J Vet Diagn Invest. 2016;28:612-5 pubmed publisher
    ..Results from this single case suggest that BISCs caused by FcaPV-3 may have a more benign clinical course than those caused by FcaPV-2. ..
  2. Roperto S, Munday J, Corrado F, Goria M, Roperto F. Detection of bovine papillomavirus type 14 DNA sequences in urinary bladder tumors in cattle. Vet Microbiol. 2016;190:1-4 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, this is the first study to show the presence of BPV-14 in Europe, suggesting that BPV-14, like other ?PVs, has a worldwide distribution. ..
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    Munday J, Aberdein D, Squires R, Alfaras A, Wilson A. Persistent conjunctival papilloma due to oral papillomavirus infection in a rabbit in New Zealand. J Am Assoc Lab Anim Sci. 2007;46:69-71 pubmed
    ..Alternatively, the death of this rabbit may indicate a compromised immune system that allowed papillomaviral persistence...
  4. Munday J, French A, Gibson I, Gwynne K. Widespread mismatch repair protein expression in canine cutaneous mast cell tumors. Vet Pathol. 2009;46:227-32 pubmed publisher
    ..There were no significant differences in MMR protein expression between grade II and grade III MCTs. These results do not support the hypothesis that inherited MMR defects predispose some dogs to MCT development...
  5. Munday J, Dittmer K, Thomson N, Hills S, Laurie R. Genomic characterisation of Felis catus papillomavirus type 5 with proposed classification within a new papillomavirus genus. Vet Microbiol. 2017;207:50-55 pubmed publisher
    ..While additional study of further lesions of this type is required, it is possible that FcaPV-5 may be able to infect a broader range of cells than other PV types. ..
  6. Munday J, Thomson N, Luff J. Papillomaviruses in dogs and cats. Vet J. 2017;225:23-31 pubmed publisher
    ..These diseases are discussed in this review. Additionally, there is a brief overview of PV biology, including how these viruses cause disease. Diagnostic techniques and possible methods to prevent PV infection are also discussed. ..
  7. Aberdein D, Munday J, Gandolfi B, Dittmer K, Malik R, Garrick D, et al. A FAS-ligand variant associated with autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome in cats. Mamm Genome. 2017;28:47-55 pubmed publisher
    ..These results will enable the development of a genetic test to detect BSH carrier animals. ..
  8. Munday J, Vaatstra B, Dunowska M, Laurie R, Hills S. Genomic characterization of a novel Epsilonpapillomavirus associated with pigmented papillomas in a red deer (Cervus elaphus). Virus Genes. 2016;52:633-9 pubmed publisher
    ..This is the first EpsilonPV to be identified in a non-bovine species and the first non-DeltaPV to be identified as a cause of disease in any deer species. ..
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    Munday J, Brennan M, Kiupel M. Altered expression of beta-catenin, E-cadherin, cycloxygenase-2, and p53 protein by ovine intestinal adenocarcinoma cells. Vet Pathol. 2006;43:613-21 pubmed
    ..These results provide additional evidence that sheep could be useful for the study of human colonic cancer. ..
  10. Munday J, Willis K, Kiupel M, Hill F, Dunowska M. Amplification of three different papillomaviral DNA sequences from a cat with viral plaques. Vet Dermatol. 2008;19:400-4 pubmed publisher
    ..Additionally, it is the first report of multiple PVs being detected in a single sample from a cat. This may suggest that FIV infection predisposes cats to cutaneous PV infection. ..
  11. Munday J, Dunowska M, Hills S, Laurie R. Genomic characterization of Felis catus papillomavirus-3: a novel papillomavirus detected in a feline Bowenoid in situ carcinoma. Vet Microbiol. 2013;165:319-25 pubmed publisher
    ..As FcaPV-3 has over 60% nucleotide similarity with the ORF L1 of both tau-PVs, it is proposed that FcaPV-3 is classified in the genus Taupapillomavirus and is the first non-canine PV in this genus. ..
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    Munday J, Peters Kennedy J. Consistent detection of Felis domesticus papillomavirus 2 DNA sequences within feline viral plaques. J Vet Diagn Invest. 2010;22:946-9 pubmed
    ..As FdPV-2 DNA is frequently present within BISCs, this suggests that FdPV-2 induces viral plaque formation and then remains detectible after neoplastic transformation...