Her primary scientific interests are in Ribosomal RNA, Babesia, Babesiosis, Virology and Genetics. Her studies deal with areas such as Zoology, Sequence analysis, Phylogenetic tree and Theileria as well as Ribosomal RNA. The Phylogenetic tree study combines topics in areas such as Nucleic acid sequence and Phylogenetics.
Her research combines Microbiology and Babesia. Her Babesiosis study improves the overall literature in Veterinary medicine. Her work in the fields of Babesia divergens overlaps with other areas such as Blood culture.
Her primary areas of investigation include Babesia, Virology, Veterinary medicine, Babesiosis and Ribosomal RNA. Her Babesia research integrates issues from Zoology, In vitro and Protozoa, Microbiology. Patricia J. Holman is interested in Babesia bovis, which is a branch of Virology.
As a member of one scientific family, Patricia J. Holman mostly works in the field of Veterinary medicine, focusing on Odocoileus and, on occasion, White. In general Babesiosis, her work in Babesia caballi is often linked to Parasitemia linking many areas of study. Her Ribosomal RNA research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Phylogenetic tree, Phylogenetics, Genotype and Theileria.
Patricia J. Holman mostly deals with Babesia, Veterinary medicine, Zoology, Babesia bigemina and Larva. Patricia J. Holman studied Babesia and Tick that intersect with Arthropod Vector, Theileria, Piroplasmida and Babesiosis. Her work on Boophilus annulatus as part of general Veterinary medicine research is frequently linked to Hydroprene, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her Zoology study also includes
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Zoology, 18S ribosomal RNA, Serology, Transmission and Tick. The various areas that Patricia J. Holman examines in her Zoology study include Alligator snapping turtle, Hepatozoon and Haemogregarina. Patricia J. Holman combines subjects such as Macrochelys, Vector, Clade, Parasitology and Ixodes persulcatus with her study of 18S ribosomal RNA.
Her research on Serology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Lineage. Her Tick research incorporates themes from Arthropod Vector, Babesia, Theileria, Babesiosis and Piroplasmida. Her study in Virology extends to Piroplasmida with its themes.
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Detection of Theileria ovis in naturally infected sheep by nested PCR
Kursat Altay;Nazir Dumanli;Patricia J. Holman;Munir Aktas.
Veterinary Parasitology (2005)
Acute babesiosis caused by Babesia divergens in a resident of Kentucky.
James F Beattie;Marie L Michelson;Patricia J Holman.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2002)
A study of the systematics of Theileria spp. based upon small-subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequences.
Joon-seok Chae;Basil A. Allsopp;Suryakant D. Waghela;Jin-ho Park.
Parasitology Research (1999)
Nucleotide sequence heterogeneity in the small subunit ribosomal RNA gene variable (V4) region among and within geographic isolates of Theileria from cattle, elk and white-tailed deer.
Joon-seok Chae;Joo-mook Lee;Oh-deog Kwon;Patricia J Holman.
Veterinary Parasitology (1998)
Naturally acquired babesiosis in a reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) herd in Great Britain.
Langton C;Gray Js;Waters Pf;Holman Pj.
Parasitology Research (2003)
Antigenic, phenotypic and molecular characterization confirms Babesia odocoilei isolated from three cervids.
Patricia J. Holman;Jena Madeley;T. M. Craig;B. A. Allsopp.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (2000)
Restriction-fragment-length polymorphism analysis of small-subunit rRNA genes of Blastocystis hominis isolates from geographically diverse human hosts.
J. Hoevers;P. Holman;K. Logan;M. Hommel.
Parasitology Research (2000)
Ribosomal RNA analysis of Babesia odocoilei isolates from farmed reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) and elk (Cervus elaphus canadensis) in Wisconsin
Patricia J. Holman;Kylie G. Bendele;Lorien Schoelkopf;Richard L. Jones-Witthuhn.
Parasitology Research (2003)
Culture confirmation of the carrier status of Babesia caballi-infected horses.
P J Holman;W M Frerichs;L Chieves;G G Wagner.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (1993)
New ruminant hosts and wider geographic range identified for Babesia odocoilei (Emerson and Wright 1970).
Lorien Schoelkopf;Charles E. Hutchinson;Kylie G. Bendele;Will L. Goff.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (2005)
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