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Susan Payne

Associate Professor

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Department: VTPB

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Education

  • Ph.D. Microbiology, Louisiana State University 1983
  • B.S. Marine Science, University of Massachusetts 1978

Scholarly Interests

Molecular aspects of viral replication, pathogenesis, and evolution. The major focus of the laboratory is the retrovirus, equine infectious anemia virus. EIAV studies include evolution of virulence during rapid virus passage, modification of cell signaling pathways mediated by viral glycoproteins, effects of proinflammatory cytokines on virus replication and disease, and detailed mapping of EIAV virulence determinants. We also study the recently discovered avian bornavirus, etiological agent of proventricular dilatation disease of parrots, in conjunction with colleagues from the Schubot center.

Publications

Birds and Bornaviruses
Payne S, Delnatte P, Guo J, Heatley JJ, Tizard I, DA Smith .
Animal Health Research Reviews. ; 13:145-156.
Avian bornaviruses: diagnosis, isolation and genotyping
Guo J, Payne S, Zhang S, Turner D, Tizard I, Suchodolski P.
Current Protocols in Microbiology. ; 34:1.151.1-1-151.33.
The diagnosis of proventricular dilatation disease: use of a Western blot assay to detect antibodies against avian Borna virus.
Villanueva I, Gray P, Mirhosseini N, Payne S, Hoppes S, Honkavuori KS, Briese T, Turner D, Tizard I.
Vet Microbiol. ; 143(2-4):196-201.
Widespread avian bornavirus infection in mute swans in the northeast United States
Guo J, Covaleda L, Heatley JJ, Baroch, J, Tizard I, Payne S .
Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports. ; 3:49-52.
Proventricular dilatation disease in cockatiels (Nymphicus hollandicus) after infection with a genotype 2 avian bornavirus.
Mirhosseini N, Gray PL, Hoppes S, Tizard I, Shivaprasad HL, Payne S.
J Avian Med Surg. ; 25(3):199-204.
Detection and characterization of a distinct bornavirus lineage from healthy Canada geese (Branta canadensis).
Payne S, Covaleda L, Jianhua G, Swafford S, Baroch J, Ferro PJ, Lupiani B, Heatley J, Tizard I.
J Virol. ; 85(22):12053-6.
Identification of cellular proteins interacting with equine infectious anemia virus S2 protein.
Covaleda L, Gno BT, Fuller FJ, Payne SL.
Virus Res. ; 151(2):235-9.
Virulence determinants of equine infectious anemia virus.
Payne SL, Fuller FJ.
Curr HIV Res. ; 8(1):66-72.
EIAV S2 enhances pro-inflammatory cytokine and chemokine response in infected macrophages.
Covaleda L, Fuller FJ, Payne SL.
Virology. ; 397(1):217-23.
Histopathology and the detection of avian bornavirus in the nervous system of birds diagnosed with proventricular dilatation disease.
Ouyang N, Storts R, Tian Y, Wigle W, Villanueva I, Mirhosseini N, Payne S, Gray P, Tizard I.
Avian Pathol. ; 38(5):393-401.
Age-related changes in cytokine expression by neutrophils of foals stimulated with virulent Rhodococcus equi in vitro.
Nerren JR, Martens RJ, Payne S, Murrell J, Butler JL, Cohen ND.
Vet Immunol Immunopathol. ; 127(3-4):212-9.
Cytokine expression by neutrophils of adult horses stimulated with virulent and avirulent Rhodococcus equi in vitro.
Nerren JR, Payne S, Halbert ND, Martens RJ, Cohen ND.
Vet Immunol Immunopathol. ; 127(1-2):135-43.
Validation of quantitative polymerase chain reaction assays for measuring cytokine expression in equine macrophages.
Allen CA, Payne SL, Harville M, Cohen N, Russell KE.
J Immunol Methods. ; 328(1-2):59-69.
SU proteins from virulent and avirulent EIAV demonstrate distinct biological properties.
Ball JM, Swaggerty CL, Pei X, Lim WS, Xu X, Cox VC, Payne SL.
Virology. ; 333(1):132-44.
Influence of long terminal repeat and env on the virulence phenotype of equine infectious anemia virus.
Payne SL, Pei XF, Jia B, Fagerness A, Fuller FJ.
J Virol. ; 78(5):2478-85.
Simultaneous quantitation of equine cytokine mRNAs using a multi-probe ribonuclease protection assay.
Lim WS, Edwards JF, Boyd NK, Payne SL, Ball JM.
Vet Immunol Immunopathol. ; 91(1):45-51.
Complete genome sequence of avian bornavirus genotype 1 from a Macaw with proventricular dilatation disease.
Mirhosseini N, Gray PL, Tizard I, Payne S.
J Virol. ; 86(12):7023.
Unusual and severe lesions of proventricular dilatation disease in cockatiels (Nymphicus hollandicus) acting as healthy carriers of avian bornavirus (ABV) and subsequently infected with a virulent strain of ABV.
Payne S, Shivaprasad HL, Mirhosseini N, Gray P, Hoppes S, Weissenbock H, Tizard I.
Avian Pathol. ; 40(1):15-22.
The isolation, pathogenesis, diagnosis, transmission, and control of avian bornavirus and proventricular dilatation disease.
Hoppes S, Gray PL, Payne S, Shivaprasad HL, Tizard I.
Vet Clin North Am Exot Anim Pract. ; 13(3):495-508.
Use of avian bornavirus isolates to induce proventricular dilatation disease in conures.
Gray P, Hoppes S, Suchodolski P, Mirhosseini N, Payne S, Villanueva I, Shivaprasad HL, Honkavuori KS, Lipkin WI, Briese T, Reddy SM, Tizard I.
Emerg Infect Dis. ; 16(3):473-9.
Characterization of a new genotype of avian bornavirus from wild ducks.
Guo J, Shivaprasad HL, Rech RR, Heatley JJ, Tizard I, Payne S.
Virol J. ; 11:197.


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