Subhash Morzaria spends much of his time researching Theileria parva, Virology, Antigen, Antibody and East Coast fever. His Theileria parva research includes elements of Genetics, Molecular epidemiology, Tick and Southern blot. His Virology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Molecular biology and Gene.
His study in the fields of Polymerase chain reaction under the domain of Gene overlaps with other disciplines such as Apicoplast. His Antigen study deals with Immune system intersecting with CTL*. As part of the same scientific family, Subhash Morzaria usually focuses on Antibody, concentrating on Recombinant DNA and intersecting with Direct fluorescent antibody, Plasmid and Neutralization.
His main research concerns Theileria parva, Virology, East Coast fever, Antigen and Veterinary medicine. The study incorporates disciplines such as Genetics, Gene, Immunization, Theileria and Molecular biology in addition to Theileria parva. His work carried out in the field of Virology brings together such families of science as Recombinant DNA, Monoclonal antibody, Antibody, Immunology and Immunity.
His East Coast fever research includes themes of Vaccination, Molecular epidemiology and Cattle Diseases. His Tick study in the realm of Veterinary medicine connects with subjects such as Geography and Principal component analysis. His Whole genome sequencing research integrates issues from Antigenic Diversity, Synteny and Protein family.
His primary areas of investigation include Influenza A virus subtype H5N1, Environmental health, Business, Vaccination and Veterinary medicine. His Vaccination research incorporates themes from East Coast fever, Theileria parva and Tick. He has included themes like Genetics, Gene conversion, Genome, Whole genome sequencing and Genetic variation in his Theileria parva study.
His Veterinary medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Emerging infectious disease and Genotype. To a larger extent, Subhash Morzaria studies Virology with the aim of understanding Virus. Subhash Morzaria interconnects Antibody, Antigen, Expression vector and Zoonotic pathogen in the investigation of issues within Virology.
Subhash Morzaria mostly deals with Influenza A virus subtype H5N1, Genotype, Reassortment, Virology and Virus. His Genotype study incorporates themes from Transmission, Titer and Disease reservoir. His Reassortment research covers fields of interest such as Zoology, Biosecurity, Low pathogenic, Early detection and Host.
He frequently studies issues relating to Virulence and Virology. His work on Highly pathogenic is typically connected to H5N1 genetic structure as part of general Virus study, connecting several disciplines of science. Lineage, Goose, Clade and Bird migration are fields of study that overlap with his Reassortant Viruses research.
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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.
The Global Virome Project
Dennis Carroll;Peter Daszak;Nathan D. Wolfe;George F. Gao.
Theileria: Intracellular protozoan parasites of wild and domestic ruminants transmitted by ixodid ticks
Richard P. Bishop;A.J. Musoke;S.P. Morzaria;M. Gardner.
A recombinant sporozoite surface antigen of Theileria parva induces protection in cattle.
Antony Musoke;Subhash Morzaria;Catherine Nkonge;Elaine Jones.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1992)
Theileria parva candidate vaccine antigens recognized by immune bovine cytotoxic T lymphocytes
Simon P. Graham;Roger Pellé;Yoshikazu Honda;Duncan M. Mwangi.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2006)
Bovine T cells, B cells, and null cells are transformed by the protozoan parasite Theileria parva
C L Baldwin;S J Black;W C Brown;P A Conrad.
Infection and Immunity (1988)
Live immunization against East Coast fever – current status
Giuseppe Di Giulio;Godelieve Lynen;Subhash Morzaria;Chris Oura.
Trends in Parasitology (2009)
Detection of a carrier state in Theileria parva-infected cattle by the polymerase chain reaction.
R. Bishop;B. Sohanpal;D. P. Kariuki;A. S. Young.
An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for detection of Theileria parva antibodies in cattle using a recombinant polymorphic immunodominant molecule
Joseph Katende;Subhash Morzaria;Philip Toye;Robert Skilton.
Parasitology Research (1998)
Reassortant highly pathogenic influenza A(H5N6) virus in Laos.
Frank Y.K. Wong;Phouvong Phommachanh;Wantanee Kalpravidh;Chintana Chanthavisouk.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (2015)
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