Dr Sally Argyle

The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies/The Roslin Institute

Research Interests

I have continued both a clinical and research interest in antimicrobial resistance and from a research perspective am involved in research into multidrug resistant E. coli in companion animal species. This is currently the topic of a 4 year PhD studentship exploring the molecular epidemiology of these organisms.

I am also involved in cardiovascular research and currently am working on a collaborative project using 2 and 3D models of mitral valve disease in dogs to explore the pathophysiology of this disease and identify potential therapeutic targets.

Selected Publications

  • Samuel Wagner, David L. Gally, Sally A. Argyle. 2014. Multidrug-resistant Escherichia coli from canine urinary tract infections tend to have commensal phylotypes, lower prevalence of virulence determinants and ampC-replicons. Veterinary Microbiology Vol: 169 Pages: 171-178. More»
  • H. Hodgkiss-Geere, D. Argyle, B. Corcoran, E. Milne, Bruce Whitelaw, D. Bennett, S. Argyle. 2010. Characterisation and cardiac directed differentiation of canine adult stem cells. More»
  • H. M. Hodgkiss-Geere, D. J. Argyle, B. M. Corcoran, B. Whitelaw, E. Milne, D. Bennett, S. A. Argyle. 2012. Characterisation and differentiation potential of bone marrow derived canine mesenchymal stem cells. Veterinary Journal Vol: 194 Pages: 361-368. More»
  • H.M. Hodgkiss-Geere, D.J. Argyle, B.M. Corcoran, B. Whitelaw, E. Milne, D. Bennett, S.A. Argyle. 2011. Cardiac Specific Gene Expression Changes in Long Term Culture of Murine Mesenchymal Stem Cells. International Journal of Stem Cells Vol: 4 Pages: 143-148. More»