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Bernhard Dietzschold, DVM

Contact Dr. Dietzschold

1020 Locust Street
Jefferson Alumni Hall, Room 464
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-4692
(215) 923 7144 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Intramuscular inoculation of mice with the live-attenuated recombinant rabies virus TriGAS results in a transient infection of the draining lymph nodes and a robust, long-lasting protective immune response against rabies
  2. Postexposure treatment with the live-attenuated rabies virus (rv) Vaccine trigas triggers the clearance of wild-type rv from the central nervous system (cns) Through the rapid induction of genes relevant to adaptive immunity in cns tissues
  3. The Role of Toll-Like Receptors in the Induction of Immune Responses During Rabies Virus Infection
  4. Oral immunization of raccoons and skunks with a canine adenovirus recombinant rabies vaccine
  5. Development of a mouse monoclonal antibody cocktail for post-exposure rabies prophylaxis in humans
  6. Immunogenicity and safety of recombinant rabies viruses used for oral vaccination of stray dogs and wildlife
  7. Effective preexposure and postexposure prophylaxis of rabies with a highly attenuated recombinant rabies virus
  8. Intravenous inoculation of a bat-associated rabies virus causes lethal encephalopathy in mice through invasion of the brain via neurosecretory hypothalamic fibers
  9. Immune modulating effect by a phosphoprotein-deleted rabies virus vaccine vector expressing two copies of the rabies virus glycoprotein gene
  10. Concepts in the pathogenesis of rabies
  11. Role of virus-induced neuropeptides in the brain in the pathogenesis of rabies
  12. The glycoprotein and the matrix protein of rabies virus affect pathogenicity by regulating viral replication and facilitating cell-to-cell spread
  13. Infection of monocytes or immature dendritic cells (DCs) with an attenuated rabies virus results in DC maturation and a strong activation of the NFκB signaling pathway
  14. Oral vaccination of raccoons (Procyon lotor) with genetically modified rabies virus vaccines
  15. Dominance of a nonpathogenic glycoprotein gene over a pathogenic glycoprotein gene in rabies virus
  16. Highly attenuated rabies virus-based vaccine vectors expressing simian-human immunodeficiency virus89.6P Env and simian immunodeficiency virusmac239 Gag are safe in rhesus macaques and protect from an AIDS-like disease
  17. A single immunization with a recombinant canine adenovirus expressing the rabies virus G protein confers protective immunity against rabies in mice
  18. Rabies virus glycoprotein as a carrier for anthrax protective antigen
  19. Vaccination of small Asian mongoose (Herpestes javanicus) against rabies
  20. Comparison of an anti-rabies human monoclonal antibody combination with human polyclonal anti-rabies immune globulin