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Healthy conjunctival sacs of 88 animals of 3 species of captive camelids (Lamaglama, Lama guanicoe, Lama pacos) and llama-guanaco hybrids were sampled for bacterial and mycoplasmal flora. Mycoplasmas were not isolated from any animal. Eleven genera of bacteria were isolated. The most frequent isolates were Staphyloccus epidermidis and Pseudomonas spp. Nine varieties of Pseudomonas were found, which represented at least 3 Pseudomonas species. Many of the bacterial isolates (especially the pseudomonads) are potential pathogens in the eyes of these camelids.

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similar manner (eg, similar veterinary care, housing, environment, and feed) and differed only with respect to antimicrobial exposure. A third-year veterinary student performed the data collection, identifying freshly eviscerated carcasses as having

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use of the Spearman rank correlation test. A 1-sample Student t test was used to evaluate the difference between the results of the apoptosis assay in treated and untreated cells and the result in the positive control wells. Statistical analyses were

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-way ANOVA. Numbers of copies of the matrix gene for Ca/WY in CRECs and Eq/CO in ERECs were compared by use of a Student t test. Number of copies of the matrix gene was logarithmically transformed prior to both analyses. For all analyses, values of P

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the distribution plot of the studentized residuals. The independent variables offered to the model were treatment (2 different phage preparations, 1 combined phage preparation, and control) and time (from 0 until 13 hours). The interaction of treatment

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Methods Participants —Dog-owner pairs and non–dog owners were recruited from among the faculty, staff, and students of the College of Veterinary Medicine and other colleges within the University of Tennessee as well as from among employees of private

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