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bacteraemia caused by beta-haemolytic streptococci in north queensland: changing trends over a 14-year period.clin microbiol infect abstract: group a streptococci (gas) are usually the predominant species in cases of bacteraemia caused by β haemolytic streptococci (bhs). an increasing worldwide incidence of invasive disease from non-group a bhs has been reported. little is known about the changing trends in invasive disease caused by bhs in australia. north queensland has a relatively large indigenous population, who experience significantly higher rates of group a-related disease than the non-indigenou ...201021073630
a survey of clinical mastitis in south-east queensland dairy herds.a survey if clinical mastitis in 26 south-east queensland dairy herds supplying more than 300,000 litres of milk annually, revealed a quarter incidence of 2.6% with a cow incidence of 9% over a 3-month period. secretion samples from cows yielded staphylococcus aureus, streptococcus agalactiae, streptococcus dysgalactiae, streptococcus uberis, coliforms, pseudomonas spp and other bacteria in 38.5%, 12.5%, 6.6%, 3.4%, 2.6%, 0.6% and 2.0% of cases respectively. samples from 38% of the cases were cu ...19826751309
natural outbreak of streptococcus agalactiae (gbs) infection in wild giant queensland grouper, epinephelus lanceolatus (bloch), and other wild fish in northern queensland, australia.ninety-three giant queensland grouper, epinephelus lanceolatus (bloch), were found dead in queensland, australia, from 2007 to 2011. most dead fish occurred in northern queensland, with a peak of mortalities in cairns in june 2008. in 2009, sick wild fish including giant sea catfish, arius thalassinus (rüppell), and javelin grunter, pomadasys kaakan (cuvier), also occurred in cairns. in 2009 and 2010, two disease epizootics involving wild stingrays occurred at sea world marine aquarium. necropsy ...201222324342
epizootics of streptococcus agalactiae infection in captive rays from queensland, australia.the aim of this study was to describe two epizootics of high mortalities from infection with streptococcus agalactiae, occurring in captive rays held in a marine display aquarium in south-east queensland, australia, in 2009 and 2010. five different species of rays were affected, including mangrove whiprays (himantura granulata), estuary rays (dasyatis fluviorum), eastern shovelnose rays (aptychotrema rostrata), white-spotted eagle rays (aetobatus narinari) and blue-spotted mask rays (neotrygon k ...201728836670
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