Bordin, Angela individual record
Assistant Professor
selected publications
Academic Articles39
  • Flores‐Ahlschwede, P., Kahn, S. K., Ahlschwede, S., Bordin, A. I., & Cohen, N. D. (2022). Transfusion with 2 litres of hyperimmune plasma is superior to transfusion of 1 litre for protecting foals against pneumonia attributed to Rhodococcus equi. Equine Veterinary Education. 34(1), e67-e72.
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  • Kahn, S. K., Cywes‐Bentley, C., Blodgett, G. P., Canaday, N. M., Turner‐Garcia, C. E., Flores‐Ahlschwede, P., ... Cohen, N. D. (2021). Randomized, controlled trial comparing Rhodococcus equi and poly‐ N ‐acetyl glucosamine hyperimmune plasma to prevent R equi pneumonia in foals. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 35(6), 2912-2919.
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  • Vail, K. J., da Silveira, B. P., Bell, S. L., Cohen, N. D., Bordin, A. I., Patrick, K. L., & Watson, R. O. (2021). The opportunistic intracellular bacterial pathogen Rhodococcus equi elicits type I interferon by engaging cytosolic DNA sensing in macrophages. PLOS Pathogens. 17(9), e1009888-e1009888.
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  • Kahn, S. K., Cywes-Bentley, C., Blodgett, G. P., Canaday, N. M., Turner-Garcia, C. E., Vinacur, M., ... Cohen, N. D. (2021). Antibody activities in hyperimmune plasma against the Rhodococcus equi virulence -associated protein A or poly-N-acetyl glucosamine are associated with protection of foals against rhodococcal pneumonia. PLOS ONE. 16(8), e0250133-e0250133.
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  • Cohen, N. D., Kahn, S. K., Cywes-Bentley, C., Ramirez-Cortez, S., Schuckert, A. E., Vinacur, M., Bordin, A. I., & Pier, G. B. (2021). Serum Antibody Activity against Poly-N-Acetyl Glucosamine (PNAG), but Not PNAG Vaccination Status, Is Associated with Protecting Newborn Foals against Intrabronchial Infection with Rhodococcus equi.. Microbiol Spectr. 9(1), e0063821-e00621.
Chapters3
  • Felippe, M., Barrington, G. M., Costa, L., Bordin, A. I., Sellon, D. C., Hines, M. T., ... McGill, J. L. (2020). Immunologic Disorders. Large Animal Internal Medicine. 1717-1763.e11. Elsevier.
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  • Cohen, N. D., & Bordin, A. I (2015). Principles of Vaccination. Equine Clinical Immunology. 263-278. John Wiley & Sons, Inc..
  • Bordin, A. I., & Cohen, N. D (2015). Types of Vaccines. Equine Clinical Immunology. 279-288. John Wiley & Sons, Inc..
Conference Papers7
  • da Silveira, B. P., Cohen, N. D., Bray, J. M., Barhoumi, R., & Bordin, A. I. (2021). Complement Receptor 3, but not Fc gamma Receptor III, abolishes the intracellular survival advantage of virulent Rhodococcus equi in murine macrophages. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY. 206,
  • Bordin, A. I., Giguere, S., Bray, J., Berghaus, L., Hook, M., Scott, B., Johnson, R., & Cohen, N. (2020). Host-directed therapy in foals reduces the severity of clinical pneumonia against Rhodococcus equi intrabronchial challenge. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY. 204(1),
  • Bordin, A. I., Bray, J., Rocha, J., Markesich, D., & Cohen, N. (2018). Safety, tolerance, and effects on alveolar macrophages of a nebulized TLR agonist combination in foals. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY. 200(1),
  • Bordin, A. I., Gressler, L. T., Alexander, E., Sule, P., Cirillo, J. D., Edwards, J. F., & Cohen, N. D (2018). Guinea pig infection with the intracellular pathogen Rhodococcus equi.. Vet Microbiol. 215, 18-22.
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Email
abordin@tamu.edu
First Name
Angela
Last Name
Bordin
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Large Animal Clinical Sciences; 4475 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4475
USA