Jonathan Richmond, PhD
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Scientific Publications
1. Richmond, JY and Walker, JS, Gamma irradiation as a means of inactivating animal disease microorganisms. Amer. Assn. Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians 1982;25:433-440.

2. Richmond, JY, The Plum Island Animal Disease Center: It's mission, goals and operation. Chapter I, "Lab Safety Seminar-Animal Health", IICA/Jamaica, Miscellaneous Publication 354. 1982.

3. Richmond, JY, Containment of microorganisms. Chapter II, "Lab Safety-Animal Health", IICA/Jamaica, Miscellaneous Publication 354. 1982.

4. Richmond, JY, Biohazard awareness and risk control in laboratory animal facilities. Chapter III, "Lab Safety-Animal Health", IICA/Jamaica, Miscellaneous Publication 354. 1982.

5. Richmond, JY, A review of laboratory safety procedures. Chapter IV, "Lab Safety-Animal Health", IICA/Jamaica, Miscellaneous Publication 354. 1982.

6. Richmond, JY, Beaton, JP, Swaney, LM, Perlman, SE and House, JA The Plum Island Animal Disease Center. United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service, Northeastern Region. 42 pp. 1982.

7. Polatnick, J and Richmond, JY, Characterization of a foot-and-mouth disease mutant temperature-sensitive for viral RNA synthesis. Archiv. Virol. 1980;63: 191-201.

8. Richmond, JY, Polatnick, J and Knudsen, RC, Microassay for interferon, uing [3H]Uridine, microculture plates, and a multiple automated sample harvester. Appl. Env. Microbiol. 1980;39:823-837.

9. Polatnick, J and Richmond, JY, Viral interference phenomena induced by foot-and-mouth disease temperature-sensitive mutants in bovine kidney cells. Archiv. Virol 1979;61:105-114. 

10. Richmond, JY, Increasing the efficiency of detecting foot-and-mouth disease virus in boar semen by preadsorption with kaolin. Amer. J. Vet. Res. 1978;39: 1612-1616.

11. Richmond, JY, McVicar, JW, and Eisner, RJ, Problems in the development of protocols for detecting foot-and-mouth disease and swine vesicular disease virus in boar semen. Proceedings American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians 1978;21:319-329.

12. Richmond, JY, Evidence for a mouse pathogenicity locus in certain ts mutants of foot-and-mouth disease virus. Infect. Immunity 1977;16: 827-831.

13. Richmond, JY, Innocuity and Immunogenecity of FMD Viruses Attenuated at Plum Island: 3. Studies with temperature-sensitive mutants. Accepted for Publication in a monograph: International Conference for Planning Collaborative Research on Possibilities for Development of Acceptable, Live Attenuated Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus Vaccines. 1977.

14. Richmond, JY, McVicar, J W, Eisner, R J, Johnson, L A and Pursel, VG, Diagnostic Problems for Virus Detection in Boar Semen. Proceedings Annual Meeting US Animal Health Association 1977;81:231-243.

15. Cunliffe, HF, Richmond, JY and Campbell, CH, Interferon inducers and foot-and-mouth disease virus vaccines: Influence of two synthetic polynucleotides on antibody response and immunity in guinea pigs and swine. Canad. J. Comp. Med. 1977;41:117-121. 

16. Richmond, JY and Ferris, DH, Management of complex data in graphic slides for presentation at scientific meetings. ASM News 1976; 42:292-294.

17. Richmond, JY and Polatnick, J, Further studies of the physical and metabolic properties of foot-and-mouth disease virus temperature-sensitive mutants. Infect. Immun. 1976; 13:1392-1396.

18. Richmond, JY and Campbell, CH, Enhancement of primary antigen-specific resistance in infant mice with divinyl ether-maleic anhydride. Infec. and Immunity 1974;10:1029-1033.

19. Campbell, CH, Richmond, JY and McKercher, PD, Studies with divinyl ether-maleic anhydride and foot-and-mouth disease vaccines in swine. Archiv ges. Virusforsch. 1974; 46:334-340.

20. McVicar, JW, Richmond, JY, Campbell, CH and Hamilton, LD, Observations of cattle, goats, and pigs after administration of synthetic interferon inducers and subsequent exposure to foot-and-mouth disease vaccine. Infect. Immunity 1973; 7:199-204.

21. Campbell, CH and Richmond, JY, Enhancement by two carboxylic acid interferon inducers of resistance in mice by foot- and-mouth disease vaccine. Infect. Immunity 1973;7:199-204.

22. Richmond, JY and Campbell, CH, Foot-and-mouth disease virus: Protection induced in infected mice by two orally-administered interferon inducers. Archiv ges. Virusforsch. 1973; 42:102-105.

23. Richmond, JY and Campbell, CH, Influence of divinyl ether-maleic anhydride (pyran) on foot-and-mouth disease virus infection: Effect on adsorption and multiplication in mouse tissues. Archiv ges. Virusforsch. 1972;36:232-239.

24. Richmond, J Y, Diethylaminoethyl-dextran requirement for poly I:C-induced interferon effective against foot-and-mouth disease virus in vitro. Archiv ges. Virusforsch. 1971;33:242-250.

25. Richmond, JY, Mouse resistance against foot-and-mouth disease virus induced by injections of pyran. Infec. Immunity 1971;3:249-253.

26. Richmond, JY, Interferons of foot-and-mouth disease virus: A new assay for interferon. Archiv ges. Virusforsch. 1970;30:75-81.

27. Richmond, JY and Kaufmann, BN, Studies on Busulfan-treated leukocyte cultures, I. Cytological observations. Exper. Cell Res 1969;54:377-380.

28. Richmond, J Y, An interferon-like inhibitor of foot-and-mouth disease virus induced by phytohemagglutinin in swine leukocyte cultures. Archiv ges. Virusforsch. 1969;27:282-289.

29. Richmond, J Y and Hamilton, L D, Foot-and-mouth disease virus inhibition induced in mice by synthetic double-stranded RNA (polyribonionsinic and polyribocytidylic acids). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (U.S.A.) 1969;64:81-86.

30. Richmond, JY, Studies on transformed leukocytes in vitro: Effects of Busulfan (1.4-[Dimethanesulfonoxy] Butane) on DNA synthesis, growth, and chromosomes. Thesis, Ph.D., Hahnemann Medical College, School of Graduate Studies. 1968.

31. Richmond, JY, Cytogenetic studies on the rosy locus of Drosophila melanogaster. Thesis, M.S., University of Connecticut. 1964.
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