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David R. Hillyard, M.D.

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Professor

David R. Hillyard, M.D.

Contact Info

Email Address: hillyadr ~{at}~ aruplab.com

Office Phone Number: 801-583-2787, ext. 2202

Supporting Staff:   Karen J. Nelson   Anthony Adams  

 

Titles:

  • Medical Director, Molecular Hepatitis and Retrovirus, Molecular Infectious Diseases, and Molecular Sequencing Laboratories, ARUP


Selected Publications

  • Hymas WC, Aldous WK, Taggart EW, Stevenson JB, Hillyard Dr. (2/2008) Description and validation of a nove real-time rt-PCR enterovirus assay. Clin Chem, 54(2), 406-13.
  • Petti CA, Hillyard D. (11/2007) Value of RVP in clinical settings: older adults. J Clin Virol, 40(Suppl 1), S53-54.
  • Hayden RT, Hokanson KM, Pounds SD, et al., Hillyard D, Joshi Y, Hodinka RL, et. al. (1/2007) A multicenter comparison of different real-time PCR assays for the quantitative detection of Epstein-Barr virus. J Clin Micro, 46(1), 157-63.
  • Rentz A, Stevenson J, Hymas W, Hillyard D, Stoddard G, Taggart EW, Byington C. (2007) Human herpesvirus 6 in the newborn intensive care unit. Eur J Clin Micro Infect Dis, 26(4), 297-99.
  • Hymas W, Arkinson A, Stevenson J, Hillyard D. (6/2007) Use of modified oligonucleotides to compensate for sequence polymorphisms in the real-time detection of Norovirus. J Virol Meth, 142(1-2), 10-14.
  • Watkins M, Hillyard DR, Olivera BM. (2006) Genes expressed in a turrid venom duct: divergence and similarity to conotoxins. J Mol Evol, 62(3), 247-56.
  • Hillyard DR, Redd MJ. (2007) Identification of essential genes in bacteria. Meth Enzymol, 421, 21-34.
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