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Carmen Ledesma-Feliciano

TitlePost-Doctoral Fellow
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentSOM-MED

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    1. Kechejian S, Dannemiller N, Kraberger S, Ledesma Feliciano C, Löchelt M, Carver S, VandeWoude S. Feline foamy virus seroprevalence and demographic risk factors in stray domestic cat populations in Colorado, Southern California and Florida, USA. JFMS Open Rep. 2019 Jul-Dec; 5(2):2055116919873736. PMID: 31555460.
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    2. Ledesma-Feliciano C, Troyer RM, Zheng X, Miller C, Cianciolo R, Bordicchia M, Dannemiller N, Gagne R, Beatty J, Quimby J, Löchelt M, VandeWoude S. Feline Foamy Virus Infection: Characterization of Experimental Infection and Prevalence of Natural Infection in Domestic Cats with and without Chronic Kidney Disease. Viruses. 2019 Jul 19; 11(7). PMID: 31330990.
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    3. Kechejian SR, Dannemiller N, Kraberger S, Ledesma-Feliciano C, Malmberg J, Roelke Parker M, Cunningham M, McBride R, Riley SPD, Vickers WT, Logan K, Alldredge M, Crooks K, Löchelt M, Carver S, VandeWoude S. Feline Foamy Virus is Highly Prevalent in Free-Ranging Puma concolor from Colorado, Florida and Southern California. Viruses. 2019 04 19; 11(4). PMID: 31010173.
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    4. Ledesma-Feliciano C, Hagen S, Troyer R, Zheng X, Musselman E, Slavkovic Lukic D, Franke AM, Maeda D, Zielonka J, Münk C, Wei G, VandeWoude S, Löchelt M. Replacement of feline foamy virus bet by feline immunodeficiency virus vif yields replicative virus with novel vaccine candidate potential. Retrovirology. 2018 05 16; 15(1):38. PMID: 29769087.
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    5. Sinha A, Lin K, Hemann M, Shen H, Beach NM, Ledesma C, Meng XJ, Wang C, Halbur PG, Opriessnig T. ORF1 but not ORF2 dependent differences are important for in vitro replication of PCV2 in porcine alveolar macrophages singularly or coinfected with PRRSV. Vet Microbiol. 2012 Jul 06; 158(1-2):95-103. PMID: 22406345.
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