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Hawley, D.M., S.C. Moyers, J. Caceres, C. Youngbar, and J.S. Adelman. 2018. Characterization of unilateral conjunctival inoculation with Mycoplasma gallisepticum in house finches. Avian Pathology: 1-5.
Moyers, S.C., J.S. Adelman, D.R. Farine, C.A. Thomason, and D.M. Hawley. 2018. Feeder density enhances house finch disease transmission in experimental epidemics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series B 373: 20170090.
Houston, D.D., S. Azeem, C. Lundy, Y. Sato, B. Guo, J.A. Blanchong, P.C. Gauger K.J. Yoon, and J.S. Adelman. 2017. No evidence for a role of wild songbirds or rodents in spreading avian influenza virus across an agricultural landscape. PeerJ 5: e4060.
Adelman, J.S., and D.M. Hawley. 2017. Tolerance of infection: a role for animal behavior, potential immune mechanisms, and consequences for parasite transmission. Hormones and Behavior: DOI: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2016.10.013.
Park, M., S. Kim, J.S. Adelman, A.E. Leon, D.M. Hawley, R.A. Dalloul. 2017. Identification and functional characterization of the house finch interleukin-1β. Developmental and Comparative Immunology 69: 41-50.
Brace, A.J., M.J. Lajeunesse, D.R. Ardia, D.M. Hawley, J.S. Adelman, K.L. Buchanan, J.M. Fair, J.L. Grindstaff, K.D. Matson, and L.B. Martin. 2017. Costs of immune responses are related to host body size and lifespan. Journal of Experimental Zoology, Part A 327: 254-261.
Nuñez, C., J.S. Adelman, H. Carr, C. Knight, and D. Rubenstein. 2017. Lingering effects of contraception management on the birth rates and social behaviors in feral mares (Equus caballus). Conservation Physiology 5: cox018.
Love, A.C.**, S.L. Foltz**, J.S. Adelman, I.T. Moore, and D.M. Hawley. 2016. Changes in corticosterone concentrations and behavior during Mycoplasma gallisepticum infection in house finches (Haemorhous mexicanus). General and Comparative Endocrinology 235: 70-77.
Adelman, J.S., S.C. Moyers**, D.R. Farine, and D.M. Hawley. 2015. Feeder use predicts both acquisition and transmission of a contagious pathogen in a North American songbird. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 282: 20151429.
Adelman, J.S., I.T. Moore, and D.M. Hawley. 2015. House finch responses to Mycoplasma gallisepticum do not vary with experimentally increased aggression. Journal of Experimental Zoology, Part A 323: 39-51.
Hau, M., M.F. Haussmann, T.J. Greives, C. Matlack, D. Costantini, M. Quetting, J.S. Adelman, A.C. Miranda, and J. Partecke. 2015. Repeated stressors in adulthood increase the rate of biological ageing. Frontiers in Zoology 12:4.
Adelman, J.S., S.C. Moyers**, and D.M. Hawley. 2014. Using remote biomonitoring to understand heterogeneity in immune-responses and disease-dynamics in small, free-living animals. Integrative and Comparative Biology 54: 377-386.
Nuñez, C.M.V, J.S. Adelman, J. Smith*, L.R. Gesquiere, and D.I. Rubenstein. 2014. Linking social environment and stress physiology in feral mares (Equus caballus): group transfers elevate fecal cortisol levels. General and Comparative Endocrinology 196: 26-33.
Adelman, J.S., L. Kirkpatrick, J.L. Grodio**, and D.M. Hawley. 2013. House finch populations differ in early inflammatory signaling and pathogen tolerance at the peak of Mycoplasma gallisepticum infection. The American Naturalist 181: 674-689.
Adelman, J.S., A.W. Carter**, W.A. Hopkins, and D.M. Hawley. 2013. Deposition of pathogenicMycoplasma gallisepticum onto bird feeders: host pathology is more important than temperature-driven increases in food intake. Biology Letters 9: 20130594.
Nuñez, C.M.V, J.S. Adelman, and D.I. Rubenstein. 2013. A free-ranging, feral mare (Equus caballus) affords similar maternal care to her genetic and adopted offspring. The American Naturalist 182: 674-681.
Bisson, I.A., L. K. Butler, P. Kelley, J.S. Adelman, T.J. Hayden, L.M. Romero, and M. Wikelski. 2011. Energetic response to human disturbance in an endangered songbird. Animal Conservation 14: 484-491.
Adelman, J.S., S. Córdoba-Córdoba, K. Spoelstra, M. Wikelski, and M. Hau. 2010. Radiotelemetry reveals variation in fever and sickness behaviours with latitude in a free-living passerine. Functional Ecology 24: 813-823.
Adelman, J.S., G.E. Bentley, J.C. Wingfield, L.B. Martin, and M. Hau. 2010. Population differences in fever and sickness behaviors in a wild passerine: a role for cytokines. Journal of Experimental Biology 213: 4099-4109.
Nuñez, C.M.V, J.S. Adelman, C. Mason, and D.I. Rubenstein. 2009. Immunocontraception decreases group fidelity in a feral horse population during the non-breeding season. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 117: 74-83.
Roemer, S.C., J.S. Adelman, M.E.A.Churchill, and D.P. Edwards. 2008. Mechanism of high-mobility group protein B enhancement of progesterone receptor sequence-specific DNA binding. Nucleic Acids Research 36: 3655-3666.
Melvin, V.S., C. Harrell, J.S. Adelman, W.L. Kraus, M. Churchill, and D.P. Edwards. 2004. The role of the C-terminal extension (CTE) of the estrogen receptor alpha and beta DNA binding domain in DNA binding and interaction with HMGB. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279: 14763-71.
Wardell, S.E., V. Boonyaratanakornkit, J.S. Adelman, A. Aronheim, and D.P. Edwards. 2002. Jun dimerization protein 2 functions as a progesterone receptor n-terminal domain coactivator. Molecular and Cellular Biology 22: 5451-5466.
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