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Sea Lion Cancer Consortium: Publications

Leathlobhair, M.N., Gulland, F.M.D., Murchison, E.P. 2017. No evidence for clonal transmission of urogenital carcinoma in California sea lions (Zalophus californianus). Research One 2017 2:46.

Randhawa, N., Gulland, F., Ylitalo, G. M., DeLong, R., & Mazet, J. A. (2015). Sentinel California sea lions provide insight into legacy organochlorine exposure trends and their association with cancer and infectious disease. One Health, 1: 37-43.

Johnson S, Lowenstine L, Gulland F, Jang S, Imai D, Almy F, Delong R, Gardner I. Aerobic bacterial flora of the vagina and prepuce of California sea lions (Zalophus californianus) and investigation of associations with urogenital carcinoma. Vet Microbiol. 2006 Apr 16;114(1-2):94-103.

Colegrove KM, Gulland FM, Naydan DK, Lowenstine LJ. Normal morphology and hormone receptor expression in the male California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) genital tract. Anat Rec (Hoboken). 2009 Nov;292(11):1818-26.

Browning, H.M., F.M.D. Gulland, J.A. Hammond, K.M. Colgrove and A.J. Hall, 2015. Common cancer in a wild animal: the California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) as an emerging model for carcinogenesis. Philosophical Transactions B. 370: p 20140228.

Browning, H.M., K., Acevedo-Whitehouse, F.M.D. Gulland, A.J. Hall, J. Finlayson, M.P. Dagleish, K.J. Billington, K. Colegrove, and J.A. Hammond, 2014. Evidence for a genetic basis of urogenital carcinoma in the wild California sea lion. 2014. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 281: p. 20140240.

Colegrove, K.M., Gulland, F.M.D., Naydan, D.K., Lowenstine, L.J. 2009. Tumor morphology an immunohistochemical expression of estrogen receptor, progesterone receptor, p53, and Ki67 in urogenital carcinomas of California sea lions (Zalophus californianus). Veterinary Pathology. 46: 642-655

Colegrove KM, Gulland FM, Naydan DK, Lowenstine LJ. The normal genital tract of the female California sea lion (Zalophus californianus): cyclic changes in histomorphology and hormone receptor distribution. Anat Rec (Hoboken). 2009 Nov;292(11):1801-17.

Gulland, F.M., J.G. Trupkiewicz, T.R. Spraker, and L.J. Lowenstine, 1996. Metastatic carcinoma of probable transitional cell origin in 66 free-living California sea lions (Zalophus californianus), 1979 to 1994. J Wildl Dis, 32(2): p. 250-8.

Lipscomb, T.P., D.P. Scott, R.L. Garber, A.E. Krafft, M.M. Tsai, J.H. Lichy, J.K. Taubenberger, F.Y. Schulman, and F.M. Gulland, 2000. Common metastatic carcinoma of California sea lions (Zalophus californianus): evidence of genital origin and association with novel gammaherpesvirus. Vet Pathol, 37(6): p. 609-17.

Buckles, E.L., L.J. Lowenstine, C. Funke, R.K. Vittore, H.N. Wong, J.A. St Leger, D.J. Greig, R.S. Duerr, F.M. Gulland, and J.L. Stott, 2006. Otarine Herpesvirus-1, not papillomavirus, is associated with endemic tumours in California sea lions (Zalophus californianus). J Comp Pathol, 135(4): p. 183-9.

King, D.P., M.C. Hure, T. Goldstein, B.M. Aldridge, F.M. Gulland, J.T. Saliki, E.L. Buckles, L.J. Lowenstine, and J.L. Stott, 2002. Otarine herpesvirus-1: a novel gammaherpesvirus associated with urogenital carcinoma in California sea lions (Zalophus californianus). Vet Microbiol, 86(1-2): p. 131-7.

Buckles, E.L., L.J. Lowenstine, R.L. DeLong, S.R. Melin, R.K. Vittore, H.N. Wong, G.L. Ross, J.A. St Leger, D.J. Greig, R.S. Duerr, F.M. Gulland, and J.L. Stott, 2007. Age-prevalence of Otarine Herpesvirus-1, a tumor-associated virus, and possibility of its sexual transmission in California sea lions. Vet Microbiol,. 120(1-2): p. 1-8.

Ylitalo, G.M., J.E. Stein, T. Hom, L.L. Johnson, K.L. Tilbury, A.J. Hall, T. Rowles, D. Greig, L.J. Lowenstine, and F.M. Gulland, 2005. The role of organochlorines in cancer-associated mortality in California sea lions (Zalophus californianus). Mar Pollut Bull. 50(1): p. 30-9.

Hall, A.J., Gulland, F.M.D., Ylitalo, G.M., Greig, D.J., and Lowenstine, L.J. 2008. Changes in blubber contaminant concentrations in California sea lions (Zalophus californianus) associated with weight loss and gain during rehabilitation. Environmental Science and Technology 42(11): 4181-4187.

Acevedo-Whitehouse, K., F. Gulland, D. Greig, and W. Amos,2003. Inbreeding: Disease susceptibility in California sea lions. Nature, 422(6927): p. 35.

Bowen, L., B.M. Aldridge, R. Delong, S. Melin, E.L. Buckles, F. Gulland, L.J. Lowenstine, J.L. Stott, and M.L. Johnson, 2005. An immunogenetic basis for the high prevalence of urogenital cancer in a free-ranging population of California sea lions. Immunogenetics 56: 846-848.





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