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Homicide of children aged 0–4 years, 2003–04: results from the National Violent Death Reporting System
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Homicides of infants and young children are most often committed in the home, by parents/caregivers, using “weapons of opportunity”, which suggests that the risk of infant/child homicide is greatest within the primary care giving environment.
Comparative Genomic Analysis of Asian Haemorrhagic Septicaemia-Associated Strains of Pasteurella multocida Identifies More than 90 Haemorrhagic Septicaemia-Specific Genes
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Draft genome sequences of ten disease-causing isolates and two vaccine strains andylogenetic analysis indicated that the HS strains formed clades based on their country of isolation, and a set of 96 genes unique to the HS isolates were identified.
A Novel Virus Detected in Papillomas and Carcinomas of the Endangered Western Barred Bandicoot (Perameles bougainville) Exhibits Genomic Features of both the Papillomaviridae and Polyomaviridae
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A novel virus is detected in lesional tissue from affected western barred bandicoots using multiply primed rolling-circle amplification and PCR with the cutaneotropic papillomavirus primer pairs FAP59/FAP64 and AR-L1F8/AR-L 1R9, and this virus may represent the first member of a novel virus family descended from a common ancestor of the papillsomaviruses and polyomviruses recognized today.
Insights into Polyomaviridae MicroRNA Function Derived from Study of the Bandicoot Papillomatosis Carcinomatosis Viruses
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It is shown that BPCV1 encodes, in the same orientation as the papillomavirus-like transcripts, a miRNA located within a long noncoding region (NCR) of the genome, which serves the function of both promoter and template for the primary transcript that gives rise to the miRNA.
A NEW EIMERIA SPECIES PARASITIC IN WESTERN BARRED BANDICOOTS, PERAMELES BOUGAINVILLE (MARSUPIALIA: PERAMELIDAE), IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
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This is the first formal description of an Eimeria species parasitic in the order Peramelemorphia, and sporocysts from western barred bandicoots examined during routine monitoring of captive breeding colonies and wild populations were frequently found to contain oocysts.
Diversity of Bartonella species detected in arthropod vectors from animals in Australia.
Cutaneous Papillomatosis and Carcinomatosis in the Western Barred Bandicoot (Perameles bougainville)
TLDR
The gross, histopathologic, ultrastructural, and immunohistochemical findings of a papillom atosis and carcinomatosis syndrome recently identified in the Western barred bandicoot are described.
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