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Ag Data Commons migration begins October 18, 2023

The Ag Data Commons is migrating to a new platform – an institutional portal on Figshare. Starting October 18 the current system will be available for search and download only. Submissions will resume after the launch of our portal on Figshare in November. Stay tuned for details!

Data and code from: Use of automated capillary immunoassay for quantification of antibodies in chicken sera against recombinant Salmonella enterica serotype Heidelberg proteins

    This entry contains all data and code required to reproduce the analysis of immune response data presented in the manuscript: Yeh, H.-Y., J. G. Frye, C. R. Jackson, Q. D. Read, J. E. Line, and A. Hinton. 2023. Use of automated capillary immunoassay for quantification of antibodies in chicken sera against recombinant *Salmonella enterica* serotype Heidelberg proteins. *Journal of Microbiological Methods*. Rmd notebook, HTML output of notebook, and xlsx data files are included.

    Data from: Bivalent hemagglutinin and neuraminidase influenza replicon particle vaccines protect without causing vaccine associated enhanced respiratory disease in swine

      Influenza A virus is a major respiratory pathogen in swine that leads to significant economic loss in the swine industry, and there is a critical need to improve on commercial vaccines. In this work we demonstrated RP HA and NA influenza vaccines stimulate immune responses, protect from disease, and avoid VAERD following infection with a distantly related virus. These data include individual pig responses used in statistical analyses and figures to support the conclusions of the paper.

      Data from: Profile of the Spleen Transcriptome in Beef Steers with Variation in Gain and Feed Intake

        This study examines the spleen in beef steers, a major lymphatic organ near the digestive tract, to determine whether it was also influencing individual feed efficiency status through immune responses. A total of 1216 genes were identified as differentially expressed. Data suggests the splenic contribution to some of the underlying variation among gain and intake may be a result of immune function and stress response. In addition, some of the differences in immune response functions may be related to gene copy number.