Horse as a model for lung diseases: Dr. Edward Robinson
New Publications on Advantages of Domestic Species as Biomedical Models:
Model for stem cell research:
- Cibelli, J., Emborg, M., Prockop, D., Roberts, M., Schatten, G., Rao, M., Harding, J., Mirochnitchenko, O. Stategies for Improving Animal Models for Regenerative Medicine. Cell Stem Cell 12, March 7, 2013, 271-274
- Harding, J., Roberts, M., Mirochnitchenko, O. Large animal models for stem cell therapy. Stem Cell Research & Therapy 2013, 423.
- Ezashi, T., Telugu, BPVL., Roberts, R.M. Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells from Pigs and Other Ungulate Species: An Alternative to Embryonic Stem Cells? Reproduction in Domestic Animals 47 (Suppl. 4), 92-97, 2012.
Model for brain research:
- Radlowski, E.C., Conrad, M.S., Lezmi, S., Dilger, R.N., Sutton, B., Larsen, R., Johnson, R.W. A Neonatal Piglet Model for Investigating Brain and Cognitive Development in Small for Gestational Age Human Infants. PLOS ONE, March 2014, Vol 9, Issue 3, e91951
Model for diarrhea caused by E. coli STa enterotoxin using 5-10 day-old calf:
- Saeed,*A.M., Magnuson, N.S., Guy, C. Greenberg, R.N. Characterization of heat stable enterotoxin from hypertoxigenic Escherichia coli pathogenic for cattle. Infection and Immunity 53:445-447, 1986
- Al-Majali, A., Asem, E.K., Lamar, C. Robinson, J.P., Freeman, M.J., Saeed,*A.M. Studies on the Mechanism of Diarrhea Induced by Escherichia coli Heat-Stable Enterotoxin (STa) in Newborn Calves. Veterinary Research Communications. 24(5):327-338. 2000
- Al-Majali, A., Asem, E.K., Lamar, C. Robinson, J.P., Freeman, M.J., Saeed,*A.M. Characterization of the interaction of Escherichia coli heat-stable enterotoxin (STa) with its putative receptor on newborn calf intestinal tract of newborn calves. FEMS Immunol. Med. Microbiol. 28:97-104. 2000
Carnevale, E.M., The Mare Model for Follicular Maturation and Reproductive Aging in the Woman. Theriogenology 69, 2008, 23-30.
Ginther, O.J., M.A. Beg, E.L. Gastal, M.O. Gastal, A.R. Baerwald, and R.A. Pierson, Systemic Concentrations of Hormones During the Development of Follicular Waves in Mares and Women: A Comparative Study. 2005, Society for Reproduction and Fertility, ISSN 1470-1626 (paper) 1741-7899 (online).
Trans-NIH Gallus Initiative, Model Organisms for Biomedical Research. National Institutes of Health.
Buza, Joram J. and Shane C. Burgess, Modeling the proteome of a Marek's disease transformed cell line: a natural animal model for CD30 overexpressing lymphomas. Proteomics 2007,7,1316-1326.
Burgess, S.C., J.R. Young, B.J.G. Baaten, L. Hunt, L.N.J. Ross, M.S. Parcells, P.M. Kumar, C.A. Tregaskes, L.F. Lee and T.F. Davison, Marek's disease is a natural model for lymphomas overexpressing Hodgkin's disease antigen (CD30). PNAS, September 21, 2004, vol.101, no. 38, 13879-13884.
Nathanielsz, Peter W., 2006. Animal Models That Elucidate Basic Principles of the Developmental Origins of Adult Diseases. ILAR Journal Vol 47(1):73-82.
Prather, Randall S., Shen, Miaoda, and Dai, Yifan. 2008. Genetically Modified Pigs for Medicine and Agriculture. Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews Vol 25, 245-266.
Stahl, Chad H., Xingen Lei, and Brian Larson. 2008. Introduction to the Symposium: Appropriate Animal Models for Nutritional Research in Health and Disease. J. Nutr. 138: 389-390.
Bauman, Dale E., James W. Perfield II, Kevin J. Harvatine, and Lance H. Baumgard. 2008. Regulation of Fat Synthesis by Conjugated Linoleic Acid: Lactation and the Ruminant Model. J Nutr.138: 403-409.
Baker, David H. 2008. Animal Models in Animal Nutrition. J. Nutr. 138: 391-396.
Spurlock, Michael E. and Nicholas K. Gabler. 2008. The Development of Porcine Models of Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome. J. Nutr. 138: 397-402.
Puiman, Patrycja and Barbara Stoll. 2008. Animal Models to Study Neonatal Nutrition in Humans. Current Opinion in Clinical and Metabolic Care 208, 11:601-606.
Kues, W.A. and Niemann H. The contribution of farm animals to human health. TRENDS in Biotechnology Vol.22 No.6 June 2004.