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Dr Roger Pelle

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    1. Patrick BN, Machuka EM, Githae D, Banswe G, Amimo JO, Ongus JR, Masembe C, Bishop RP, Steinaa L, Djikeng A, Pelle R. Evidence for the presence of African swine fever virus in apparently healthy pigs in South-Kivu Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Vet Microbiol. 2020 Jan; 240:108521. PMID: 31902515.
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    2. Koyaweda GW, Ongus JR, Machuka E, Juma J, Macharia R, Komas NP, Pelle R. Detection of circulating hepatitis B virus immune escape and polymerase mutants among HBV-positive patients attending Institut Pasteur de Bangui, Central African Republic. Int J Infect Dis. 2020 Jan; 90:138-144. PMID: 31682960.
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    3. Silatsa BA, Simo G, Githaka N, Mwaura S, Kamga RM, Oumarou F, Keambou C, Bishop RP, Djikeng A, Kuiate JR, Njiokou F, Pelle R. A comprehensive survey of the prevalence and spatial distribution of ticks infesting cattle in different agro-ecological zones of Cameroon. Parasit Vectors. 2019 Oct 17; 12(1):489. PMID: 31623642.
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    4. Silatsa BA, Kuiate JR, Njiokou F, Simo G, Feussom JK, Tunrayo A, Amzati GS, Bett B, Bishop R, Githaka N, Opiyo SO, Djikeng A, Pelle R. A countrywide molecular survey leads to a seminal identification of the invasive cattle tick Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus in Cameroon, a decade after it was reported in Cote d'Ivoire. Ticks Tick Borne Dis. 2019 04; 10(3):585-593. PMID: 30765191.
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    5. Lacasta A, Mwalimu S, Kibwana E, Saya R, Awino E, Njoroge T, Poole J, Ndiwa N, Pelle R, Nene V, Steinaa L. Immune parameters to p67C antigen adjuvanted with ISA206VG correlate with protection against East Coast fever. Vaccine. 2018 03 07; 36(11):1389-1397. PMID: 29429808.
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    6. Heckel T, Schmucki R, Berrera M, Ringshandl S, Badi L, Steiner G, Ravon M, Küng E, Kuhn B, Kratochwil NA, Schmitt G, Kiialainen A, Nowaczyk C, Daff H, Khan AP, Lekolool I, Pelle R, Okoth E, Bishop R, Daubenberger C, Ebeling M, Certa U. Functional analysis and transcriptional output of the Göttingen minipig genome. BMC Genomics. 2015 Nov 14; 16:932. PMID: 26573612.
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    7. Norling M, Bishop RP, Pelle R, Qi W, Henson S, Drábek EF, Tretina K, Odongo D, Mwaura S, Njoroge T, Bongcam-Rudloff E, Daubenberger CA, Silva JC. The genomes of three stocks comprising the most widely utilized live sporozoite Theileria parva vaccine exhibit very different degrees and patterns of sequence divergence. BMC Genomics. 2015 Sep 24; 16:729. PMID: 26403690.
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    8. Pelle R, Graham SP, Njahira MN, Osaso J, Saya RM, Odongo DO, Toye PG, Spooner PR, Musoke AJ, Mwangi DM, Taracha EL, Morrison WI, Weir W, Silva JC, Bishop RP. Two Theileria parva CD8 T cell antigen genes are more variable in buffalo than cattle parasites, but differ in pattern of sequence diversity. PLoS One. 2011 Apr 29; 6(4):e19015. PMID: 21559495.
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    9. Pellé R, McOdimba F, Chuma F, Wasawo D, Pearson TW, Murphy NB. The African trypanosome cyclophilin A homologue contains unusual conserved central and N-terminal domains and is developmentally regulated. Gene. 2002 May 15; 290(1-2):181-91. PMID: 12062813.
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