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  • 1.   Prevalence of gastrointestinal bacterial pathogens in a population of zoo animals

    The aim of this study was to the prevalence of gastrointestinal bacterial pathogens - Campylobacter, Escherichia coli O157:H7, Salmonella, Shigella, Yersinia, Arcobacter

    Zoonoses Public Health, Vol: 55 Page: 166-72 April 2008
    J. Stirling; M. Griffith; I. Blair; M. Cormican; J. S. Dooley; C. E. Goldsmith; S. G. Glover; A. Loughrey; C. J. Lowery; M. Matsuda; R. McClurg; K. McCorry; D. McDowell; A. McMahon; B. Cherie Millar; Y. Nagano; J. R. Rao; P. J. Rooney; M. Smyth; W. J. Snelling; J. Xu; J. E. Moore

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  • 2.   Zoonoses associated with petting farms and open zoos

    This article discusses the causal organisms associated with the zoonoses Campylobacter, Escherichia coli, a description of previous outbreaks at farms and zoos, as well as infection control measures to help prevent such zoonotic infections.

    Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis, Vol: 8 Page: 85-92 2008 Spring
    J. Stirling; M. Griffith; J. S. Dooley; C. E. Goldsmith; A. Loughrey; C. J. Lowery; R. McClurg; K. McCorry; D. McDowell; A. McMahon; B. C. Millar; J. Rao; P. J. Rooney; W. J. Snelling; M. Matsuda; J. E. Moore

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