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1996 Publications
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SHEDDING OF ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7 IN CATTLE (US-JAPAN MYCOPLASMOSIS MTG., AMES, IA)
(Abstract Only)
(4-Sep-96)
COMMENTARY FOR GENETIC VARIABILITY OF CLASSICAL SWINE FEVER VIRUS
(Other)
(21-Aug-96)
RISK OF SHEDDING SALMONELLA ORGANISMS BY MARKET-AGE HOGS IN A BARN WITH OPEN FLUSH GUTTERS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(20-Aug-96)
SEQUENCING OF THE 5' UNTRANSLATED REGION OF CLASSICAL SWINE FEVER VIRUS STRAINS FROM EUROPE, ASIA AND AMERICA
(Abstract Only)
(9-Aug-96)
THE CONNECTION BETWEEN SALMONELLA, SWINE, AND FOOD SAFETY
(Proceedings)
(5-Aug-96)
PREVALENCE OF SALMONELLA ORGANISMS IN SWINE FEED
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(26-Jul-96)
CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF GENETIC VARIATION AMONG BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUSES
(Other)
(18-Jul-96)
STRUCTURE/FUNCTION STUDIES OF THE CAPSID PROTEIN OF CALICIVIRUSES: DOMAIN SWAPS BETWEEN DIFFERENT FELINE CALICIVIRUS STRAINS
(Abstract Only)
(17-Jul-96)
OUTBREAK OF SEVERE ACUTE BOVINE VIRUS DIARRHEA (BVD) IN WISCONSIN
(Proceedings)
(25-Jun-96)
NATURAL RECOMBINATION IN CYTOPATHIC ISOLATES OF BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUS GENOTYPE 2
(Proceedings)
(25-Jun-96)
TYPE II BVD INFECTION IN A CLOSED HERD OF SIMMENTAL CATTLE
(Abstract Only)
(25-Jun-96)
A DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY IN THE MIDDLE OF AN ACUTE OUTBREAK OF BVDV
(Proceedings)
(25-Jun-96)
EFFECT OF DOSE ON PERSISTENCE OF SALMONELLA CHOLERAESUIS INFECTION IN SWINE
(Abstract Only)
(23-May-96)
SALMONELLA IN GROWER/FINISHER SWINE: A SURVEY
(Abstract Only)
(23-May-96)
DEVELOPMENT OF AN ELISA FOR THE DETECTION OF SWINE EXPOSED TO SALMONELLA SPP.
(Abstract Only)
(23-May-96)
PRESUMPTIVE DIAGNOSTIC DIFFERENTIATION OF HOG CHOLERA VIRUS AND FROM BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA AND BORDER DISEASE VIRUSES USING A CDNA NESTED AMPLIFICATION APPROACH
(Other)
(17-May-96)
GLYCOPROTEIN E2 OF BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUS EXPRESSED IN INSECT CELLS PROVIDES CALVES LIMITED PROTECTION FROM SYSTEMIC INFECTION AND DISEASE
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(23-Mar-96)
SALMONELLA IMMUNITY: DEVELOPMENT OF A NEUTROPHIL PHAGOCYTOSIS ASSAY AND STRESS MODEL IN SWINE
(Proceedings)
(13-Mar-96)
AN ON-FARM SURVEY OF SWINE FEEDS AND FEED INGREDIENTS FOR SALMONELLA, AND IDENTIFICATION OF ASSOCIATED HERD RISK FACTORS
(Proceedings)
(13-Mar-96)
PATHOGENEIS, TRANSMISSION, AND CONTROL OF SALMONELLOSIS IN SWINE
(Proceedings)
(13-Mar-96)
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