Timothy J. Green
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Dietary soybean protein concentrate-induced intestinal disorder in marine farmed Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar is associated with alterations in gut microbiota
TJ Green, R Smullen, AC Barnes
Veterinary Microbiology 166 (1-2), 286-292, 2013
1262013
Poly I: C induces a protective antiviral immune response in the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) against subsequent challenge with Ostreid herpesvirus (OsHV-1 μvar)
TJ Green, C Montagnani
Fish & shellfish immunology 35 (2), 382-388, 2013
982013
Bacterial diversity of the digestive gland of Sydney rock oysters, Saccostrea glomerata infected with the paramyxean parasite, Marteilia sydneyi
TJ Green, AC Barnes
Journal of applied microbiology 109 (2), 613-622, 2010
912010
Ontogeny and water temperature influences the antiviral response of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas
TJ Green, C Montagnani, K Benkendorff, N Robinson, P Speck
Fish & shellfish immunology 36 (1), 151-157, 2014
822014
Differential expression of genes encoding anti-oxidant enzymes in Sydney rock oysters, Saccostrea glomerata (Gould) selected for disease resistance
TJ Green, TJ Dixon, E Devic, RD Adlard, AC Barnes
Fish & Shellfish Immunology 26 (5), 799-810, 2009
802009
The Proposed Dropping of the Genus Crassostrea for All Pacific Cupped Oysters and Its Replacement by a New Genus Magallana: A Dissenting View
BL Bayne, M Ahrens, SK Allen, MA D'auriac, T Backeljau, P Beninger, ...
Journal of Shellfish Research 36 (3), 545-547, 2017
652017
Antiviral immunity in marine molluscs
TJ Green, D Raftos, P Speck, C Montagnani
Journal of General Virology 96 (9), 2471-2482, 2015
612015
Marine snails and slugs: a great place to look for antiviral drugs
VT Dang, K Benkendorff, T Green, P Speck
Journal of virology 89 (16), 8114-8118, 2015
522015
Simulated Marine Heat Wave Alters Abundance and Structure of Vibrio Populations Associated with the Pacific Oyster Resulting in a Mass Mortality Event
T Green, N Siboni, W King, M Labbate, J Seymour, D Raftos
Microbial Ecology 77, 736–747, 2019
462019
Efficacy of chloramine‐T as a treatment for amoebic gill disease (AGD) in marine Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)
JO Harris, MD Powell, M Attard, TJ Green
Aquaculture Research 35 (15), 1448-1456, 2004
432004
Antiviral Defense and Innate Immune Memory in the Oyster
TJ Green, P Speck
Viruses 10 (3), 133, 2018
392018
OsHV-1 countermeasures to the Pacific oyster's anti-viral response
TJ Green, JL Rolland, A Vergnes, D Raftos, C Montagnani
Fish & shellfish immunology 47 (1), 435-443, 2015
392015
Distinct immune responses of juvenile and adult oysters (Crassostrea gigas) to viral and bacterial infections
TJ Green, A Vergnes, C Montagnani, J Lorgeril
Veterinary Research 47 (1), 72, 2016
382016
Primed for success: Oyster parents treated with poly(I:C) produce offspring with enhanced protection against Ostreid herpesvirus type I infection
TJ Green, K Helbig, P Speck, DA Raftos
Molecular Immunology 78, 113-120, 2016
372016
Anti-viral gene induction is absent upon secondary challenge with double-stranded RNA in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas
TJ Green, K Benkendorff, N Robinson, D Raftos, P Speck
Fish & shellfish immunology 39 (2), 492-497, 2014
322014
Reduced salinity, but not estuarine acidification, is a cause of immune-suppression in the Sydney rock oyster Saccostrea glomerata
TJ Green, AC Barnes
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 402, 161-170, 2010
312010
Inhibitor of REL/NF-К B is regulated in Sydney rock oysters in response to specific double-stranded RNA and Vibrio alginolyticus, but the major immune anti-oxidants EcSOD and …
TJ Green, AC Barnes
Fish & shellfish immunology 27 (2), 260-265, 2009
312009
Marteilia spp. parasites in bivalves: A revision of recent studies
N Carrasco, T Green, N Itoh
Journal of invertebrate pathology 131, 43-57, 2015
262015
Oyster viperin retains direct antiviral activity and its transcription occurs via a signalling pathway involving a heat-stable haemolymph protein
TJ Green, P Speck, L Geng, D Raftos, MR Beard, KJ Helbig
Journal of General Virology 96 (12), 3587-3597, 2015
242015
Evidence that the major hemolymph protein of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, has antiviral activity against herpesviruses
TJ Green, N Robinson, T Chataway, K Benkendorff, W O’Connor, P Speck
Antiviral research 110, 168-174, 2014
222014
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