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- Walker, Evelyn; Jelocnik, Martina; Bommana, Sankhya; Timms, Peter; Carver, Scott; Polkinghorne, Adam
- Veterinary microbiology 2018 v.217 pp. 90-96
- chlamydiosis, etc ; Border Leicester; Chlamydophila pecorum; arthritis; calves; conjunctivitis; disease transmission; flocks; lambs; long term effects; necropsy; pathogens; pathotypes; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; seroconversion; serology; weaning; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Lamydia pecorum is a globally recognised livestock pathogen that is capable of causing severe and economically significant diseases such as arthritis in sheep and cattle. Relatively little information is available on the clinical progression of disease and the long-term effects of asymptomatic and symptomatic chlamydiosis in sheep. Recent studies in calves indicate that endemic C. pecorum infectio ...
- Speight, KN; Hicks, P; Graham, C; Boardman, W; Breed, WG; Manthorpe, E; Funnell, O; Woolford, L
- Australian veterinary journal 2018 v.96 no.5 pp. 188-192
- chlamydiosis, etc ; Chlamydophila pecorum; accidents; asymmetry; body condition; death; digestive system diseases; dogs; health status; histopathology; males; microscopy; necropsy; nephrosis; oxalates; polymerase chain reaction; respiratory tract diseases; scabies; testes; vehicles (equipment); South Australia; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... OBJECTIVE: This study reports necropsy findings of koalas from the Mount Lofty Ranges region in order to identify health threats to this mainland South Australian population. METHODS: Koalas from the Mount Lofty Ranges region (n = 85) that had died or been euthanased on welfare grounds were examined at necropsy during 2012–13 at the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences, University of Adelaide. ...