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PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS:

Benjamin, Aimee L., B.B. Green, B.A. Crooker, S.D. McKay, and D.E. Kerr. 2016 Differential responsiveness of Holstein and Angus dermal fibroblasts to LPS challenge occurs without major differences in the methylome. BMC Genomics. (2016) 17:258

Green, B.B., S.D. McKay, and D.E. Kerr. 2015. Age dependent changes in the LPS induced transcriptome of bovine dermal fibroblasts occurs without major changes in the methylome. BMC Genomics. In Press [Epub ahead of print].

Benjamin, A.L., B.B. Green, L.R. Hayden, J.W. Barlow, and D.E. Kerr. 2015. Cow-to-cow variation in fibroblast response to a TLR2/6 agonist and its relation to mastitis caused by intramammary challenge with Staphylococcus aureus. J. Dairy Sci. 98:1836-1850.

Green, B.B., and D.E. Kerr. 2014. Epigenetic contribution to individual variation in response to lipopolysaccharide in bovine dermal fibroblasts. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 157:49-58.

Shao, Y., E. Wall, T. McFadden, Y. Misra, X. Qian, R. Blauwiekel, D.E. Kerr, and F. Zhao. 2013. Lactogenic hormones stimulate expression of lipogenic genes but not glucose transporters in bovine mammary gland. Domestic Animal Endocrinology. 44:57-69.

Kandasamy, S., and D.E. Kerr. 2012. Genomic analysis of between-cow variation in dermal fibroblast response to lipopolysaccharide. Journal of Dairy Science. 95: 3852-3864.

Becker, S.C., J. Foster-Frey, A. Powell, David E. Kerr, and D.M. Donovan. 2011. Lysostaphin: molecular changes that preserve staphylolytic activity. In "Science and Technology against Microbial Pathogens. Research, Development and Evaluation" A. Medez-Vilas ed. World Scientific Publishing Co. pp18-22.

Green, Benjamin B., Sukumar Kandasamy, T. H. Elsasser, and David E. Kerr. 2011. The use of dermal fibroblasts as a predictive tool of the toil-like receptor 4 response pathway and its development in Holstein heifers. Journal of Dairy Science. 94:5502-5514.

Kandasamy, Sukumar, Benjamin B. Green, A.L. Benjamin, and David E. Kerr. 2011. Between-cow variation in dermal fibroblast response to lipopolysaccharide reflected in resolution of inflammation during Escherichia coli mastitis. Journal of Dairy Science. 94:5963-5975.

Kandasamy, S. and Kerr, D. E. 2009. Use of dermal fibroblasts to identify cows with high and low innate immune response potential. Journal of Dairy Science. 92 (Suppl. 1).

Celia, L.K., Nelson, D., and D.E. Kerr. 2008. Characterization of a bacteriophage lysin (Ply700) from Streptococcus uberis. Veterinary Microbiology  130:107-117.  PDF

Powell, A.M., D.E. Kerr, D. Guthrie, and R.J. Wall. 2007. Lactation induction as a predictor of post-parturition transgene expression in bovine milk. Journal of Dairy Research 74:247-254.

Zheng, J., A.D. Watson, and D.E. Kerr. 2006. Genome-Wide Expression Analysis of Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Mastitis in a Mouse Model Infection and Immunity 74:1907-1915.

Donavan, D.M., D.E. Kerr, and R.J. Wall. 2005. Engineering disease resistant cattle. Transgenic Research. 14:563-567.

Wall, R.J., A.M. Powell, M.J. Paape, D.E. Kerr, D.D. Bannerman, V.G. Pursell, K.D. Wells, N. Talbot, and H.W. Hawk. 2005. Genetically enhanced cows resist intramammary Staphylococcus aureus infection. Nature Biotechnology 23:445-451.

Zheng J., J.L. Ather, T.S. Sonstegard, and D.E. Kerr. 2005. Characterization of the infection-responsive bovine lactoferrin promoter. Gene 353:107-117.

Fleming, J.M., B.J. Leibowitz, D.E. Kerr, and W.S. Cohick. 2005. IGF-I differentially regulates IGF binding protein expression in primary mannary fibroblasts and epithelial cells. Journal of Endocrinology. (accepted).

Pareek, R., O. Wellnitz, R. Van Dorp, J. Burton, and D.E. Kerr. 2005. Immunorelevant gene expression in LPS-challenged bovine mammary epithelial cells. Journal of Applied Genetics 46:171-177.

Wellnitz, O. and D.E. Kerr. 2004. Cryopreserved bovine mammary cells to model epithelial response to infection. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 101:191-202.

Fan, W., K. Plaut, A.J. Bramley, J.W. Barlow, S.A. Mischler, and D.E. Kerr. 2004. Persistency of adenoviral-mediated lysostaphin expression in goat mammary glands. Journal of Dairy Science 87:602-608.

Kerr, D.E., and O. Wellnitz. 2003. Mammary expression of new genes to combat mastitis. Journal of Animal Science 81(Suppl. 3) :38-47.

Carter, E.W., and D.E. Kerr. 2003. Optimization of a DNA-based vaccination in cows using green fluorescent protein and Protein A as a prelude to immunization against staphylococcal mastitis. Journal of Dairy Science 86:1177-1186.

Fan, W., K. Plaut, A.J. Bramley, J.W. Barlow, and D.E. Kerr. 2002. Adenoviral-mediated transfer of a lysostaphin gene into the goat mammary gland. Journal of Dairy Science 85:1709-1716.

Kerr, D.E., K. Plaut, A.J. Bramley, C.M. Williamson, A.J.Lax, K. Moore, K.D. Wells, and R.J. Wall. 2001. Lysostaphin expression in milk confers protection against staphylococcal infection of mammary glands in transgenic mice. Nature Biotechnology 19:66-70.

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