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- Taylor, K. A.; Durrheim, D.; Heller, J.; O'Rourke, B.; Hope, K.; Merritt, T.; Freeman, P.; Chicken, C.; Carrick, J.; Branley, J.; Massey, P.
- Zoonoses and public health 2018 v.65 no.1 pp. 218-221
- chlamydiosis, etc ; Chlamydophila psittaci; One Health initiative; birds; disease surveillance; emerging diseases; foaling; horse diseases; horses; humans; psittacosis; public health; sentinel animals; veterinarians; zoonoses; Australia; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Psittacosis is a rare but potentially fatal zoonosis caused by Chlamydia psittaci, an organism that is typically associated with bird contact. However C. psittaci is capable of infecting other non‐avian hosts, such as horses, sheep, cattle and goats. Stud staff and veterinarians have significant exposure to parturient animals and reproductive materials in their routine work. To investigate the zoo ...
- Borel, Nicole; Polkinghorne, Adam; Pospischil, Andreas
- chlamydiosis, etc ; Chlamydia; DNA; Metatheria; animal pathology; bacteria; birds; diagnostic techniques; fish; histology; host range; hosts; humans; introduced species; microscopy; models; new family; new species; pathogenicity; pets; reptiles; sheep; tissues; wild animals; wildlife; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... Chlamydiae have a worldwide distribution causing a wide range of diseases in human hosts, livestock, and companion animals as well as in wildlife and exotic species. Moreover, they can persist in their hosts as asymptomatic infections for extended periods of time. The introduction of molecular techniques has revolutionized the Chlamydia field by expanding the host range of known chlamydial species ...