Mycoplasmosis in wildlife: a review

  title={Mycoplasmosis in wildlife: a review},
  author={Thangalazhy Gopakumar Sumithra and Vinod Kumar Chaturvedi and C. P. Renn Susan and Susan Jacob Siju and Amarjeet Kumar Rai and Chandrashekaran Harish and Sunita Sunita},
  journal={European Journal of Wildlife Research},
Mycoplasma, the smallest self-replicating life-forms, are responsible for a variety of diseases in humans, domestic animals, insects, and plants. Although the exact role of these organisms in wildlife is not available, now it is increasingly recognized that mycoplasmosis is an emerging disease in many wildlife populations. As only scattered data regarding these are available, an attempt has been made to assemble the available literature. To our knowledge, this is the first review paper… CONTINUE READING
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