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progress in national control and assurance programs for ovine johne's disease in australia.since the detection of ovine johne's disease in australia in 1980, 578 flocks have been diagnosed as infected, with 442 of these still infected. the disease was initially believed to be confined to the central tablelands area of nsw, but has subsequently been shown to be more widely distributed. sheep strains of m. paratuberculosis are known to infect sheep and goats in south-eastern australia. although sheep strains have recently been identified in some cattle in australia, epidemiological evid ...200011118726
an estimate of specificity for a johne's disease absorbed elisa in northern australian estimate the specificity of an absorbed enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay kit for johne's disease (jd) when used in mature cattle populations resident in northern australia.200212180881
association of microsatellite polymorphisms with immune responses to a killed mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis vaccine in merino study the association of polymorphisms at five microsatellite loci with immune responses to a killed mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (map) vaccine.201020927174
variable-number tandem repeats genotyping used to aid and inform management strategies for a bovine johne's disease incursion in tropical and subtropical australia.the application of variable-number tandem repeats (vntr) genotyping of mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis isolates to assist in investigating incidents of bovine johne's disease in a low-prevalence region of australia is described in the current study. isolates from a response to detection of bovine johne's disease in queensland were compared with strains from national and international sources. the tandem application of mycobacterial interspersed repetitive unit (miru) and multilocus s ...201425139793
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