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Author:Wei Zhou , Lingwei Zhu , Min Jia ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Wildlife Diseases(IF 1.271), 2018, Vol.54 (3), pp.626-630
Abstract:Multi-drug-resistant Escherichia coli , Pseudomonas aeruginosa , and Enterococcus faecalis were isolated from the tissue samples of a giant panda. The E. coli strain SH-YH-DH that we isolated carried a self-transferable plasmid associated with multi-drug-resistant genes ( bl...
Author:Marianne Lian , Sven Bjö , rck ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Wildlife Diseases(IF 1.271), 2017, Vol.53 (2), pp.356-360
Abstract:Twenty-three muskoxen ( Ovibos moschatus ) housed in a captive facility for rewilding in Sweden were chemically immobilized for annual health evaluations and hoof trimming. The muskoxen were darted in May to September (2012–15) in their holding pen with etorphine (0.015 mg/k...
Author:Kerri Pedersen , Amy T. Gilbert , Kathleen M. Nelson ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Wildlife Diseases(IF 1.271), 2019, Vol.55 (3), pp.645-653
Abstract:Oral rabies vaccination (ORV) campaigns have been conducted annually in the US over the past two decades to prevent raccoon ( Procyon lotor ) rabies, which is enzootic along the eastern region of the country from southeastern Canada to Alabama. Because raccoon rabies has been eli...
Author:N. Jane Harms , Thomas S. Jung , Maria Hallock ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Wildlife Diseases(IF 1.271), 2018, Vol.54 (4), pp.819-824
Abstract:Decreased access to potent narcotics for wildlife applications has stimulated the need to explore alternative drug combinations for ungulate immobilizations. A combination of butorphanol, azaperone, and medetomidine (BAM) has been used for some ungulate species, but informat...
Author:Radka LukÁšovÁ , Ji&rcaron , ina MarkovÁ ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Wildlife Diseases(IF 1.271), 2018, Vol.54 (4), pp.825-828
Abstract:Toxoplasma gondii , Neospora caninum , and Encephalitozoon cuniculi are important infectious agents, with T. gondii and E. cuniculi having zoonotic potential. There are two main clonal lineages (types I and II) of T. gondii in Europe, but little is known about genotypes of T. gon...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Wildlife Diseases(IF 1.271), 2017, Vol.53 (1), pp.200-200
Author:Kathryn A. Smith , G. Douglas Campbell , David L. Pearl ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Wildlife Diseases(IF 1.271), 2018, Vol.54 (2), pp.261-271
Abstract:The causes of mortality of free-ranging raptors range from anthropogenic (e.g., trauma) to dynamic environmental conditions that may affect habitat suitability and prey availability. The province of Ontario, Canada, is vulnerable to anthropogenic and environmental changes because...

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