Welcome to the Stenglein lab in the
Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology department
Colorado State University
We apply a blend of genomic, computational, and traditional laboratory techniques to study human and animal viruses and the diseases they (sometimes) cause.
We are also part of the
Arthropod-borne and Infectious Diseases Laboratory
at CSU, and are conducting research on mosquitoes, ticks, and the viruses they carry.
New paper on mosquito viruses out
Posted 20 Oct 2016
Rocky Mountain Virology Club
Posted 23 Sep 2016
Posted 21 Sep 2016
Posted 18 May 2016
Lab hike in lieu of lab meeting
Posted 15 May 2016
The lab is growing
Posted 06 Jul 2015
Come join the fun!
Posted 01 Oct 2014
Possibility and Challenges of Conversion of Current Virus Species Names to Linnaean Binomials
Posted 22 Oct 2016
West African Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes harbor a taxonomically diverse virome including new insect-specific flaviviruses, mononegaviruses, and totiviruses
Posted 31 Jul 2016
Multiplexed Metagenomic Deep Sequencing To Analyze the Composition of High-Priority Pathogen Reagents
Posted 19 Jul 2016
West Nile Virus Population Structure, Injury, and Interferon-Stimulated Gene Expression in the Brain From a Fatal Case of Encephalitis.
Posted 20 Nov 2015
Age and prior blood feeding of Anopheles gambiae influences their susceptibility and gene expression patterns to ivermectin-containing blood meals.
Posted 15 Oct 2015
Widespread Recombination, Reassortment, and Transmission of Unbalanced Compound Viral Genotypes in Natural Arenavirus Infections
Posted 20 May 2015
Past, present, and future of arenavirus taxonomy
Posted 03 May 2015
Genome Sequence of a Bornavirus Recovered from an African Garter Snake (Elapsoidea loveridgei).
Posted 09 Oct 2014
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