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Antoinette J Piaggio
Antoinette J Piaggio
Research Scientist, USDA/APHIS National Wildlife Research Center
Verified email at aphis.usda.gov - Homepage
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Detecting an elusive invasive species: A diagnostic PCR to detect B urmese python in F lorida waters and an assessment of persistence of environmental DNA
AJ Piaggio, RM Engeman, MW Hopken, JS Humphrey, KL Keacher, ...
Molecular ecology resources 14 (2), 374-380, 2014
2722014
Reporting the limits of detection and quantification for environmental DNA assays
KE Klymus, CM Merkes, MJ Allison, CS Goldberg, CC Helbing, ME Hunter, ...
Environmental DNA 2 (3), 271-282, 2020
1602020
Is it time for synthetic biodiversity conservation?
AJ Piaggio, G Segelbacher, PJ Seddon, L Alphey, EL Bennett, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 32 (2), 97-107, 2017
1482017
Molecular phylogeny of the chipmunks inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b and cytochrome oxidase II gene sequences
AJ Piaggio, GS Spicer
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 20 (3), 335-350, 2001
1052001
Clearing muddied waters: Capture of environmental DNA from turbid waters
KE Williams, KP Huyvaert, AJ Piaggio
PLoS One 12 (7), e0179282, 2017
682017
No filters, no fridges: a method for preservation of water samples for eDNA analysis
KE Williams, KP Huyvaert, AJ Piaggio
BMC research notes 9 (1), 1-5, 2016
662016
Assessing the utility of metabarcoding for diet analyses of the omnivorous wild pig (Sus scrofa)
MS Robeson, K Khanipov, G Golovko, SM Wisely, MD White, ...
Ecology and Evolution 8 (1), 185-196, 2018
622018
Anthropogenic factors predict movement of an invasive species
MA Tabak, AJ Piaggio, RS Miller, RA Sweitzer, HB Ernest
Ecosphere 8 (6), e01844, 2017
612017
Molecular phylogeny of North American long-eared bats (Vespertilionidae: Corynorhinus); inter-and intraspecific relationships inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences
AJ Piaggio, SL Perkins
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 37 (3), 762-775, 2005
572005
Invasion ecology of wild pigs (Sus scrofa) in Florida, USA: the role of humans in the expansion and colonization of an invasive wild ungulate
FA Hernández, BM Parker, CL Pylant, TJ Smyser, AJ Piaggio, SL Lance, ...
Biological Invasions 20 (7), 1865-1880, 2018
512018
Detection and persistence of environmental DNA from an invasive, terrestrial mammal
KE Williams, KP Huyvaert, KC Vercauteren, AJ Davis, AJ Piaggio
Ecology and Evolution 8 (1), 688-695, 2018
512018
Systematics of Myotis Occultus(Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) Inferred from Sequences of Two Mitochondrial Genes
AJ Piaggio, EW Valdez, MA Bogan, GS Spicer
Journal of Mammalogy 83 (2), 386-395, 2002
502002
Assessing the potential impacts of a changing climate on the distribution of a rabies virus vector
MA Hayes, AJ Piaggio
PLoS One 13 (2), e0192887, 2018
422018
IDENTIFICATION OF BRUCELLA SUIS FROM FERAL SWINE IN SELECTED STATES IN THE USA
K Pedersen, CR Quance, S Robbe-Austerman, AJ Piaggio, SN Bevins, ...
Journal of wildlife diseases 50 (2), 171-179, 2014
422014
Core commitments for field trials of gene drive organisms
KC Long, L Alphey, GJ Annas, CS Bloss, KJ Campbell, J Champer, ...
Science 370 (6523), 1417-1419, 2020
392020
Locally fixed alleles: a method to localize gene drive to island populations
J Sudweeks, B Hollingsworth, DV Blondel, KJ Campbell, S Dhole, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
392019
Landscape genetics of raccoons (Procyon lotor) associated with ridges and valleys of Pennsylvania: implications for oral rabies vaccination programs
JJ Root, RB Puskas, JW Fischer, CB Swope, MA Neubaum, SA Reeder, ...
Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 9 (6), 583-588, 2009
392009
Molecular surveillance of low pathogenic avian influenza viruses in wild birds across the United States: inferences from the hemagglutinin gene
AJ Piaggio, SA Shriner, KK VanDalen, AB Franklin, TD Anderson, ...
PLoS One 7 (12), e50834, 2012
382012
Genetic biocontrol for invasive species
JL Teem, L Alphey, S Descamps, MP Edgington, O Edwards, N Gemmell, ...
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 8, 452, 2020
362020
Intraspecific comparison of population structure, genetic diversity, and dispersal among three subspecies of Townsend’s big-eared bats, Corynorhinus townsendii townsendii, C. t …
AJ Piaggio, KW Navo, CW Stihler
Conservation Genetics 10 (1), 143-159, 2009
322009
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