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.
Python nidovirus FAQ and donation information.
Nidovirus FAQ, 2018
Posted 19 Dec 2017
Genomics of Disease in Wildlife Workshop, 2017
Posted 03 Jun 2017
Shaun selected for a GAUSSI fellowship
Posted 07 Apr 2017
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
Co-Infection Patterns in Individual Ixodes scapularis Ticks Reveal Associations between Viral, Eukaryotic and Bacterial Microorganisms
Posted 22 Jul 2018
Adventitious viruses persistently infect three commonly used mosquito cell lines.
Posted 26 Jun 2018
Xenosurveillance reflects traditional sampling techniques for the identification of human pathogens: A comparative study in West Africa
Posted 21 Mar 2018
Divergent bornaviruses from Australian carpet pythons with neurological disease date the origin of extant Bornaviridae prior to the end-Cretaceous extinction.
Posted 20 Feb 2018
Respiratory disease in ball pythons (Python regius) experimentally infected with ball python nidovirus
Posted 11 Jan 2018
Metagenomic Investigation of Idiopathic Meningoencephalomyelitis in Dogs
Posted 02 Dec 2017
Modeling the evolution of SIV sooty mangabey progenitor virus towards HIV-2 using humanized mice
Posted 01 Oct 2017
Differential disease susceptibility in experimentally reptarenavirus infected boa constrictors and ball pythons
Posted 16 May 2017
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