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Feline infectious peritonitis.
  • J. Timoney
  • Medicine
  • The Veterinary clinics of North America
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The pathogenic equine streptococci.
  • J. Timoney
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Veterinary research
  • 1 July 2004
Streptococci pathogenic for the horse include S. equi (S. equi subsp. equi), S. zooepidemicus (S. equi subsp. zooepidemicus), S. dysgalactiae subsp. equisimilis and S. pneumoniae capsule Type III. S.Expand
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Streptococcus equi infections in horses: guidelines for treatment, control, and prevention of strangles.
Consensus Statements of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) provide veterinarians with guidelines regarding the pathophysiology, diagnosis, or treatment of animal diseases.Expand
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LfhA, a Novel Factor H-Binding Protein of Leptospira interrogans
ABSTRACT The early phase of leptospiral infection is characterized by the presence of live organisms in the blood. Pathogenic Leptospira interrogans is resistant to the alternative pathway ofExpand
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Pathogenesis of Salmonella enteritidis infection in laying chickens. I. Studies on egg transmission, clinical signs, fecal shedding, and serologic responses.
Laying hens were inoculated orally, intracloacally (IC), or intravenously (IV) with Salmonella enteritidis phage type 8 isolates from a human (E700-87) eggs (Y-8P2), or the ovary of a hen (27A). OralExpand
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Cloning and Molecular Characterization of an Immunogenic LigA Protein of Leptospira interrogans
ABSTRACT A clone expressing a novel immunoreactive leptospiral immunoglobulin-like protein A of 130 kDa (LigA) from Leptospira interrogans serovar pomona type kennewicki was isolated by screening aExpand
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Comparison of the sequences and functions of Streptococcus equi M-like proteins SeM and SzPSe.
Streptococcus equi (Streptococcus equi subsp. equi), a Lancefield group C streptococcus, causes strangles, a highly contagious purulent lymphadenitis and pharyngitis of members of the family Equidae.Expand
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Characterization and immunogenicity of pyrogenic mitogens SePE-H and SePE-I of Streptococcus equi.
Two pyrogenic mitogens, SePE-H and SePE-I, were characterized in Streptococcus equi, the cause of equine strangles. SePE-H and SePE-I have molecular masses of 27.5 and 29.5 kDa, respectively, andExpand
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A Clonal Outbreak of Acute Fatal Hemorrhagic Pneumonia in Intensively Housed (Shelter) Dogs Caused by Streptococcus equi subsp. zooepidemicus
An outbreak of acute, fatal, hemorrhagic pneumonia was observed in more than 1,000 mixed breed dogs in a single animal shelter. The Department of Anatomic Pathology at the University of California atExpand
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