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  • Evidence of zoonotic leprosy in Pará, Brazilian Amazon, and risks associated with human contact or consumption of armadillos 

    Contributor:da Silva, Moises B.; Portela, Juliana M.; Li, Wei; Jackson, Mary; Gonzalez-Juarrero, Mercedes; Hidalgo, Andrea Sánchez; Belisle, John T.; Bouth, Raquel C.; Gobbo, Angélica R.; Barreto, Josafá G.; Minervino, Antonio H. H.; Cole, Stewart T.; Avanzi, Charlotte; Busso, Philippe; Frade, Marco A. C.; Geluk, Annemieke; Salgado, Claudio G.; Spencer, John S.
    Date Issued:2018-06-28
    Mycobacterium leprae (M. leprae) is a human pathogen and the causative agent for leprosy, a chronic disease characterized by lesions of the skin and peripheral nerve damage. Zoonotic transmission of M. leprae to humans by ...
  • Pathogenesis of oral FIV infection 

    Contributor:Miller, Craig; Boegler, Karen; Carver, Scott; MacMillan, Martha; Bielefeldt-Ohmann, Helle; VandeWoude, Susan
    Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is the feline analogue of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and features many hallmarks of HIV infection and pathogenesis, including the development of concurrent oral lesions. While ...
  • Method of attachment influences accelerometer-based activity data in dogs, The 

    Contributor:Martin, Kyle W.; Olsen, Anastasia M.; Duncan, Colleen G.; Duerr, Felix M.
    Date Issued:2017-02-10
    Background: Accelerometer-based activity monitoring is a promising new tool in veterinary medicine used to objectively assess activity levels in dogs. To date, it is unknown how device orientation, attachment method, and ...