Andrew R. Wargo
Andrew R. Wargo
Associate Professor, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, William & Mary
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Virulence and competitive ability in genetically diverse malaria infections
JC De Roode, R Pansini, SJ Cheesman, MEH Helinski, S Huijben, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (21), 7624-7628, 2005
Competitive release and facilitation of drug-resistant parasites after therapeutic chemotherapy in a rodent malaria model
AR Wargo, S Huijben, JC De Roode, J Shepherd, AF Read
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (50), 19914-19919, 2007
Viral fitness: definitions, measurement, and current insights
AR Wargo, G Kurath
Current opinion in virology 2 (5), 538-545, 2012
Potential drivers of virulence evolution in aquaculture
DA Kennedy, G Kurath, IL Brito, MK Purcell, AF Read, JR Winton, ...
Evolutionary Applications 9 (2), 344-354, 2016
Transmission stage investment of malaria parasites in response to in-host competition
AR Wargo, JC De Roode, S Huijben, DR Drew, AF Read
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1625), 2629-2638, 2007
Chemotherapy, within-host ecology and the fitness of drug-resistant malaria parasites
S Huijben, WA Nelson, AR Wargo, DG Sim, DR Drew, AF Read
Evolution 64 (10), 2952-2968, 2010
A missing dimension in measures of vaccination impacts
MGM Gomes, M Lipsitch, AR Wargo, G Kurath, C Rebelo, GF Medley, ...
PLoS pathogens 10 (3), e1003849, 2014
In Vivo Fitness Associated with High Virulence in a Vertebrate Virus Is a Complex Trait Regulated by Host Entry, Replication, and Shedding
AR Wargo, G Kurath
Journal of virology 85 (8), 3959-3967, 2011
Virulence correlates with fitness in vivo for two M group genotypes of Infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHNV)
AR Wargo, KA Garver, G Kurath
Virology 404 (1), 51-58, 2010
Replication and shedding kinetics of infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus in juvenile rainbow trout
AR Wargo, RJ Scott, B Kerr, G Kurath
Virus research 227, 200-211, 2017
Plasmodium chabaudi: reverse transcription PCR for the detection and quantification of transmission stage malaria parasites
AR Wargo, N Randle, BHK Chan, J Thompson, AF Read, HA Babiker
Experimental parasitology 112 (1), 13-20, 2006
Vaccine effects on heterogeneity in susceptibility and implications for population health management
KE Langwig, AR Wargo, DR Jones, JR Viss, BJ Rutan, NA Egan, ...
mbio 8 (6), 10.1128/mbio. 00796-17, 2017
In vivo fitness correlates with host-specific virulence of Infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHNV) in sockeye salmon and rainbow trout
MMD Peņaranda, AR Wargo, G Kurath
Virology 417 (2), 312-319, 2011
Characterization of infectious dose and lethal dose of two strains of infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHNV)
DG McKenney, G Kurath, AR Wargo
Virus research 214, 80-89, 2016
PCR Detection of Lizard Malaria Parasites: Prevalence of Plasmodium Infections with Low-Level Parasitemia Differs by Site and Season
AM Vardo, AR Wargo, JJ Schall
Journal of Parasitology 91 (6), 1509-1511, 2005
Microplastics exacerbate virus-mediated mortality in fish
ME Seeley, RC Hale, P Zwollo, W Vogelbein, G Verry, AR Wargo
Science of the total environment 866, 161191, 2023
Limited available evidence supports theoretical predictions of reduced vaccine efficacy at higher exposure dose
KE Langwig, MGM Gomes, MD Clark, M Kwitny, S Yamada, AR Wargo, ...
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 3203, 2019
The Role of Virulence in In Vivo Superinfection Fitness of the Vertebrate RNA Virus Infectious Hematopoietic Necrosis Virus
AM Kell, AR Wargo, G Kurath
Journal of Virology 87 (14), 8145-8157, 2013
Differential growth of U and M type infectious haematopoietic necrosis virus in a rainbow trout–derived cell line, RTG‐2
JW Park, CH Moon, AR Wargo, MK Purcell, G Kurath
Journal of fish diseases 33 (7), 583-591, 2010
In vivo virus growth competition assays demonstrate equal fitness of fish rhabdovirus strains that co-circulate in aquaculture
RM Troyer, KA Garver, JC Ranson, AR Wargo, G Kurath
Virus Research 137 (2), 179-188, 2008
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