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diverse groups including those not directly involved in agriculture. Viral Epidemiology ASF was first diagnosed as a disease in Kenya in the early 1900s after contact was made between infected warthogs and a European-sourced domestic swine herd

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Health Inspection Service, Veterinary Services, Centers for Epidemiology and Animal Health, 2002. 3 Williams BM Richards DW Stephens DP , et al . The transmission of S livingstone to cattle by the herring gull ( Larus argentatus ) . Vet

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equine needs assessments (in 1997 and 2013), EPM was also considered 1 of the top 6 infectious disease priorities in the 2015 National Animal Health Monitoring System equine study. 2 Further understanding of the changing epidemiology of the disease in

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Service's Bacterial Epidemiology and Antimicrobial Resistance Research Unit, Athens, Ga, for antimicrobial susceptibility testing and genetic analyses. PFGE — Salmonella enterica isolates were evaluated by use of PFGE. The 24-hour S enterica PFGE

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latching mechanism, the portion of the door that was adjacent to the floor, the opening of the cage, and the front edge of the cage floor. Collected samples were then immediately submitted to the Michigan State University Center for Comparative Epidemiology

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remained in a cool environment for longer than 2 months. However, exposure to sunlight kills the organism within a few hours, 36 and the organism is susceptible to many common disinfectants. 37 Epidemiology The epidemiology of brucellosis among

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PCR assays have been used to study the epidemiology of EHV-1 infection in vaccinated and unvaccinated mares and their foals residing on commercial Thoroughbred breeding farms. 4–7 Collectively, these studies 4,5 have provided direct (PCR assays) and

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: a case study and review of the literature . Ergonomics 1999 ; 42 : 171 – 182 . 10.1080/001401399185874 14. Gordis L . Epidemiology . 3rd ed. Philadelphia : Elsevier Saunders , 2004 ; 121 – 122 . 15. Ballweber LR . Parasites of the

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moistened with transport media and placed in the lateral oropharynx and rotated. Collected samples were then immediately transported (at ambient temperatures) to the Center for Comparative Epidemiology Microbial Epidemiology Laboratory at Michigan State

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and Epidemiology, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California-Davis. Birds were housed individually in wire cages (61 × 58 × 66 cm) with wooden perches and hanging toys; a cycle of 12 hours of light to 12 hours of darkness was provided

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