Richard P. Bishop mostly deals with Theileria parva, Virology, Genetics, Tick and Gene. His Theileria parva research integrates issues from East Coast fever, CTL*, Immune system and Theileria. His Virology research incorporates elements of Antibody, Antigen, Protozoa and Polymerase chain reaction.
His work in Tick addresses subjects such as Salivary gland, which are connected to disciplines such as cDNA library and Complementary DNA. His Gene research focuses on Genome in particular. His study in the fields of Synteny under the domain of Genome overlaps with other disciplines such as Apicoplast.
His primary areas of study are Theileria parva, Virology, Genetics, Gene and East Coast fever. The Theileria parva study combines topics in areas such as Epitope, Molecular biology, Polymerase chain reaction and Theileria. His studies deal with areas such as Genotype, Antibody and Antigen as well as Virology.
His research in Genotype focuses on subjects like African swine fever virus, which are connected to Genotyping. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Attenuated vaccine, Pathogen, Nested polymerase chain reaction and Vaccination. His Tick study incorporates themes from Zoology and Salivary gland.
Richard P. Bishop mainly investigates Theileria parva, Virology, Veterinary medicine, Tick and East Coast fever. His work carried out in the field of Theileria parva brings together such families of science as Zoology and Genetic variation. In the subject of general Virology, his work in African swine fever virus is often linked to Disease control, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Veterinary medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Theileria sp, African swine fever and Outbreak. His Tick research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vector and Immune system. His study in East Coast fever is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pathogen, Polymerase chain reaction and Vaccination.
His main research concerns Veterinary medicine, Library science, Tick, Outbreak and African swine fever virus. His Veterinary medicine study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Theileria parva. His Library science investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Biotechnology, Cattle Diseases and Rhipicephalus microplus.
He has included themes like Zoology and East Coast fever in his Tick study. His Outbreak study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Haemorrhagic disease, Livestock, Slaughter house and African swine fever. His studies in African swine fever virus integrate themes in fields like Biosecurity and Environmental health.
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Genome sequence of Theileria parva, a bovine pathogen that transforms lymphocytes.
Malcolm J. Gardner;Richard Bishop;Trushar Shah;Etienne P. de Villiers.
Genome of the host-cell transforming parasite Theileria annulata compared with T. parva.
Arnab Pain;Hubert Renauld;Matthew Berriman;Lee Murphy.
Theileria: Intracellular protozoan parasites of wild and domestic ruminants transmitted by ixodid ticks
Richard P. Bishop;A.J. Musoke;S.P. Morzaria;M. Gardner.
Discrimination between six species of Theileria using oligonucleotide probes which detect small subunit ribosomal RNA sequences.
B. A. Allsopp;H. A. Baylis;M. T. E. P. Allsopp;T. Cavalier-Smith.
Application of a reverse line blot assay to the study of haemoparasites in cattle in Uganda.
C.A.L. Oura;Richard P. Bishop;E.M. Wampande;G.W. Lubega.
International Journal for Parasitology (2004)
Enhanced discrimination of African swine fever virus isolates through nucleotide sequencing of the p54, p72, and pB602L (CVR) genes
Carmina Gallardo;Dufton M. Mwaengo;Joseph M. Macharia;Marisa Arias.
Virus Genes (2009)
Genes transcribed in the salivary glands of female Rhipicephalus appendiculatus ticks infected with Theileria parva
Vishvanath Nene;Dan Lee;Simon Kang’a;Robert Skilton.
Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2004)
Phylogenetic analysis of the microbial populations in the wild herbivore gastrointestinal tract: insights into an unexplored niche
Karen E. Nelson;Stephen H. Zinder;Ioana Hance;Patrick Burr.
Environmental Microbiology (2003)
Molecular Diagnosis of African Swine Fever by a New Real-Time PCR Using Universal Probe Library
J. Fernández-Pinero;C. Gallardo;M. Elizalde;A. Robles.
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases (2013)
Phylogenomic analysis of 11 complete African swine fever virus genome sequences
Etienne P. de Villiers;Carmina Gallardo;Marisa Arias;Melissa da Silva.
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