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Browse by Methodology: Descriptive (527 articles)

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Elad D, Yas-Natan E, Aroch I, Shamir MH, Kleinbart S, Hadash D, Chaffer M, Greenberg K, Shlosberg A
Natural Clostridium botulinum type C toxicosis in a group of cats.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 42(11):5406-8, 2004 Nov.
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Kaiser J
Conservation biology. Ebola, hunting push ape populations to the brink.
Science. 300(5617):232, 2003 Apr 11.
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Fulhorst CF, Cajimat MN, Utrera A, Milazzo ML, Duno GM
Maporal virus, a hantavirus associated with the fulvous pygmy rice rat (Oligoryzomys fulvescens) in western Venezuela.
Virus Research. 104(2):139-44, 2004 Sep 1.
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Lewis JC, Smith GR, White VJ
An outbreak of botulism in captive hamadryas baboons (Papio hamadryas).
Veterinary Record. 126(9):216-7, 1990 Mar 3.
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Reynes JM, Soares JL, Hue T, Bouloy M, Sun S, Kruy SL, Flye Sainte Marie F, Zeller H
Evidence of the presence of Seoul virus in Cambodia.
Microbes & Infection. 5(9):769-73, 2003 Jul.
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Cantoni G, Padula P, Calderon G, Mills J, Herrero E, Sandoval P, Martinez V, Pini N, Larrieu E
Seasonal variation in prevalence of antibody to hantaviruses in rodents from southern Argentina.
Tropical Medicine & International Health. 6(10):811-6, 2001 Oct.
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Zeidner NS, Carter LG, Monteneiri JA, Petersen JM, Schriefer M, Gage KL, Hall G, Chu MC
An outbreak of Francisella tularensis in captive prairie dogs: an immunohistochemical analysis.
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. 16(2):150-2, 2004 Mar.
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Ono T, Azuma R, Kato T, Takeuchi S, Suto T
Outbreaks of type C botulism in waterfowl in Japan.
National Institute of Animal Health Quarterly. 22(3):102-14, 1982.
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Chomel BB, Jay MT, Smith CR, Kass PH, Ryan CP, Barrett LR
Serological surveillance of plague in dogs and cats, California, 1979-1991.
Comparative Immunology, Microbiology & Infectious Diseases. 17(2):111-23, 1994 May.
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Gustafson BW, DeBowes LJ
Tularemia in a dog.
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association. 32(4):339-41, 1996 Jul-Aug.
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Fox MD, Kaufmann AF, Zendel SA, Kolb RC, Songy CG Jr, Cangelosi DA, Fuller CE
Anthrax in Louisiana, 1971: epizootiologic study.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 163(5):446-51, 1973 Sep 1.
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Young JB
Epizootic of anthrax in Falls County, Texas.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 167(9):842-3, 1975 Nov 1.
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Rausch RL
Observations on some natural-focal zoonoses in Alaska.
Archives of Environmental Health. 25(4):246-52, 1972 Oct.
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Baldwin CJ, Panciera RJ, Morton RJ, Cowell AK, Waurzyniak BJ
Acute tularemia in three domestic cats.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 199(11):1602-5, 1991 Dec 1.
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Turner AJ, Galvin JW, Rubira RJ, Condron RJ, Bradley T
Experiences with vaccination and epidemiological investigations on an anthrax outbreak in Australia in 1997.
Journal of Applied Microbiology. 87(2):294-7, 1999 Aug.
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Eidson M, Tierney LA, Rollag OJ, Becker T, Brown T, Hull HF
Feline plague in New Mexico: risk factors and transmission to humans.
American Journal of Public Health. 78(10):1333-5, 1988 Oct.
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Kono Y, Yusnita Y, Mohd Ali AR, Maizan M, Sharifah SH, Fauzia O, Kubo M, Aziz AJ
Characterization and identification of Oya virus, a Simbu serogroup virus of the genus Bunyavirus, isolated from a pig suspected of Nipah virus infection.
Archives of Virology. 147(8):1623-30, 2002 Aug.
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Wang H, Yoshimatsu K, Ebihara H, Ogino M, Araki K, Kariwa H, Wang Z, Luo Z, Li D, Hang C, Arikawa J
Genetic diversity of hantaviruses isolated in china and characterization of novel hantaviruses isolated from Niviventer confucianus and Rattus rattus.
Virology. 278(2):332-45, 2000 Dec 20.
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Turnbull PC, Bell RH, Saigawa K, Munyenyembe FE, Mulenga CK, Makala LH
Anthrax in wildlife in the Luangwa Valley, Zambia.
Veterinary Record. 128(17):399-403, 1991 Apr 27.
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Petit T
Seasonal outbreaks of botulism in captive South American monkeys.
Veterinary Record. 128(13):311-2, 1991 Mar 30.
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Williams DR, Rees GB, Rogers ME
Observations on an outbreak of anthrax in pigs in north Wales.[see comment].
Veterinary Record. 131(16):363-6, 1992 Oct 17.
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Shepherd AJ, Hummitzsch DE, Leman PA, Hartwig EK
Studies on plague in the eastern Cape Province of South Africa.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. 77(6):800-8, 1983.
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