J. Richard Seed, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
School of Public Health University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Area:
Trypanosomiasis
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Trained at Yale and then Haverford College, and in the U.S. Army before becoming a Professor Tulane and Texas A & M before finally coming to lead the Department of Parasitology at the School of Public Health at Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He studied antigenic variation in trypanosomes.

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Seed JR, Hall JE. (2012) Trypanosomes Causing Disease in Man in Africa Parasitic Protozoa: Second Edition. 2: 85-155
Black CL, Ocaña-Mayorga S, Riner DK, et al. (2009) Seroprevalence of Trypanosoma cruzi in rural Ecuador and clustering of seropositivity within households. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 81: 1035-40
Black CL, Ocaña S, Riner D, et al. (2007) Household risk factors for Trypanosoma cruzi seropositivity in two geographic regions of Ecuador. The Journal of Parasitology. 93: 12-6
Alfano-Sobsey EM, Eberhard ML, Seed JR, et al. (2004) Human challenge pilot study with Cyclospora cayetanensis. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 10: 726-8
Savill NJ, Seed JR. (2004) Mathematical and statistical analysis of the Trypanosoma brucei slender to stumpy transition. Parasitology. 128: 53-67
Zelmer DA, Seed JR. (2004) A patch hath smaller patches: Delineating ecological neighborhoods for parasites Comparative Parasitology. 71: 93-103
Rowland EC, Moore-Lai D, Seed JR, et al. (2003) Inhibition of in vitro intracellular growth of Trypanosoma cruzi by dicationic compounds. The Journal of Parasitology. 89: 1078-80
Seed JR, Wenck MA. (2003) Role of the long slender to short stumpy transition in the life cycle of the african trypanosomes. Kinetoplastid Biology and Disease. 2: 3
Hatada S, Seed JR, Barker C, et al. (2002) No trypanosome lytic activity in the sera of mice producing human haptoglobin-related protein. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology. 119: 291-4
Seed JR, Black SJ. (2001) The classic paper of Tobie, von Brand, and Mehlman (1950) revisited. The Journal of Parasitology. 87: 718-20
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