Kim Halpin
Kim Halpin
Veterinary Virologist, CSIRO
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Isolation of Hendra virus from pteropid bats: a natural reservoir of Hendra virus
K Halpin, PL Young, HE Field, JS Mackenzie
Journal of General Virology 81 (8), 1927-1932, 2000
Pteropid bats are confirmed as the reservoir hosts of henipaviruses: a comprehensive experimental study of virus transmission
K Halpin, AD Hyatt, R Fogarty, D Middleton, J Bingham, JH Epstein, ...
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 85 (5), 946-951, 2011
Serologic evidence for the presence in Pteropus bats of a paramyxovirus related to equine morbillivirus.
PL Young, K Halpin, PW Selleck, H Field, JL Gravel, MA Kelly, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 2 (3), 239, 1996
Emerging viral diseases of Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific.
JS Mackenzie, KB Chua, PW Daniels, BT Eaton, HE Field, RA Hall, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 7 (3 Suppl), 497, 2001
Experimental Nipah virus infection in pteropid bats (Pteropus poliocephalus)
DJ Middleton, CJ Morrissy, BM Van Der Heide, GM Russell, MA Braun, ...
Journal of comparative pathology 136 (4), 266-272, 2007
Feline model of acute Nipah virus infection and protection with a soluble glycoprotein-based subunit vaccine
BA Mungall, D Middleton, G Crameri, J Bingham, K Halpin, G Russell, ...
Journal of virology 80 (24), 12293-12302, 2006
Molecular characterization of the polymerase gene and genomic termini of Nipah virus
BH Harcourt, A Tamin, K Halpin, TG Ksiazek, PE Rollin, WJ Bellini, ...
Virology 287 (1), 192-201, 2001
Henipavirus susceptibility to environmental variables
R Fogarty, K Halpin, AD Hyatt, P Daszak, BA Mungall
Virus research 132 (1), 140-144, 2008
Nipah virus conforms to the rule of six in a minigenome replication assay
K Halpin, B Bankamp, BH Harcourt, WJ Bellini, PA Rota
Journal of general virology 85 (3), 701-707, 2004
Emerging viruses: coming in on a wrinkled wing and a prayer
JM Hughes, ME Wilson, K Halpin, AD Hyatt, RK Plowright, JH Epstein, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 44 (5), 711-717, 2007
The emergence of Nipah and Hendra virus: pathogen dynamics across a wildlife-livestock-human continuum
P Daszak, R Plowright, JH Epstein, J Pulliam, S Abdul Rahman, HE Field, ...
Disease Ecology: Community structure and pathogen dynamics, 186-201, 2006
Development of a fluorogenic RT-PCR assay (TaqMan) for the detection of Hendra virus
IL Smith, K Halpin, D Warrilow, GA Smith
Journal of virological methods 98 (1), 33-40, 2001
Newly discovered viruses of flying foxes
K Halpin, PL Young, H Field, JS Mackenzie
Veterinary microbiology 68 (1), 83-87, 1999
Vertical transmission and fetal replication of Nipah virus in an experimentally infected cat
BA Mungall, D Middleton, G Crameri, K Halpin, J Bingham, BT Eaton, ...
Journal of infectious diseases 196 (6), 812-816, 2007
Genome sequence conservation of Hendra virus isolates during spillover to horses, Australia
GA Marsh, S Todd, A Foord, E Hansson, K Davies, L Wright, C Morrissy, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 16 (11), 1767, 2010
Identification of likely natural hosts for equine morbillivirus
P Young, H Field, K Halpin
Communicable Diseases Intelligence 20 (22), 476, 1996
Recent progress in henipavirus research
K Halpin, BA Mungall
Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases 30 (5), 287-307, 2007
Epidemiological investigations into the 1994 equine morbillivirus outbreaks in Queensland, Australia
FC Baldock, IC Douglas, K Halpin, H Field, PL Young, PF Black
Sing Vet J 20, 57-61, 1996
Feral cats and risk for Nipah virus transmission
JH Epstein, SA Rahman, JA Zambriski, K Halpin, G Meehan, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 12 (7), 1178, 2006
A new Hendra virus genotype found in Australian flying foxes
J Wang, DE Anderson, K Halpin, X Hong, H Chen, S Walker, S Valdeter, ...
Virology journal 18 (1), 1-13, 2021
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