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serological evidence of coxiella burnetii infection in wild animals in japan.one hundred and thirty-four (26%) of 511 sera from 11 wild animal species in eight prefectures in japan had antibody titers to coxiella burnetii by the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. high prevalences were observed in japanese black bears (ursus thibetanus) (78%), hokkaido deer (cervus nippon yesoensis) (69%), japanese hares (lepus brachyurus) (63%), japanese deer (cervus nippon centralis) (56%), and to some extent in japanese monkeys (macaca fuscata) (28%). a low prevalence (13%) was observe ...19938355353
serological evidence of coxiella burnetii infection in wild animals in japan.one hundred and thirty-four (26%) of 511 sera from 11 wild animal species in eight prefectures in japan had antibody titers to coxiella burnetii by the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. high prevalences were observed in japanese black bears (ursus thibetanus) (78%), hokkaido deer (cervus nippon yesoensis) (69%), japanese hares (lepus brachyurus) (63%), japanese deer (cervus nippon centralis) (56%), and to some extent in japanese monkeys (macaca fuscata) (28%). a low prevalence (13%) was observe ...19938355353
japanese monkey (macaca fuscata) with alveolar echinococcosis after treatment with albendazole for 10 years: serodiagnosis and determination of albendazole metabolites.in 1997, an outbreak of alveolar echinococcosis in japanese monkeys (macaca fuscata) occurred in a zoo in hokkaido, japan. twelve infected monkeys from a colony (n = 57) were diagnosed serologically by western blotting, and ultrasonography showed the presence of tumor-like tissue in the livers of nine monkeys. the 12 infected monkeys have been treated with albendazole for 10 years without surgical resection. ten of these monkeys have died so far; diagnoses were confirmed histopathologically thro ...200919756740
japanese monkey (macaca fuscata) with alveolar echinococcosis after treatment with albendazole for 10 years: serodiagnosis and determination of albendazole metabolites.in 1997, an outbreak of alveolar echinococcosis in japanese monkeys (macaca fuscata) occurred in a zoo in hokkaido, japan. twelve infected monkeys from a colony (n = 57) were diagnosed serologically by western blotting, and ultrasonography showed the presence of tumor-like tissue in the livers of nine monkeys. the 12 infected monkeys have been treated with albendazole for 10 years without surgical resection. ten of these monkeys have died so far; diagnoses were confirmed histopathologically thro ...200919756740
outbreak of larval echinococcus multilocularis infection in japanese monkey (macaca fuscata) in a zoo, hokkaido: western blotting patterns in the infected monkeys.a high prevalence of larval echinococcus multilocularis (em) infection was found in zoo primates in hokkaido, japan. in october 1997, a japanese monkey (macaca fuscata) died and histopathologically diagnosed as alveolar hydatidosis. serum samples were collected from the remaining japanese monkeys and examined for antibodies against em by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and western blotting. serological tests showed 12 more animals of the remaining 57 monkeys were possibly infected. ultrasonogr ...200515699612
outbreak of larval echinococcus multilocularis infection in japanese monkey (macaca fuscata) in a zoo, hokkaido: western blotting patterns in the infected monkeys.a high prevalence of larval echinococcus multilocularis (em) infection was found in zoo primates in hokkaido, japan. in october 1997, a japanese monkey (macaca fuscata) died and histopathologically diagnosed as alveolar hydatidosis. serum samples were collected from the remaining japanese monkeys and examined for antibodies against em by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and western blotting. serological tests showed 12 more animals of the remaining 57 monkeys were possibly infected. ultrasonogr ...200515699612
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