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progressive pneumonia in sheep: incidence of natural infection and establishment of clean flocks. 1979232098
identification and characterization of bahia grande, reed ranch and muir springs viruses, related members of the family rhabdoviridae with widespread distribution in the united states.sixteen virus isolates with similar biological characteristics were obtained from salt-marsh mosquitoes collected in south texas in 1974. when compared antigenically, these and 13 other isolates from mosquitoes collected between 1972 and 1979 in west texas, new mexico, louisiana, colorado and north dakota were shown to be related but not identical. three distinct serotypes were determined: bahia grande (prototype strain tb4-1054), reed ranch (tb4-222) and muir springs (76v-23524). when examined ...19862872270
arbovirus serology in north dakota mule and white-tailed deer. 19734361503
a survey of domestic animals to detect serological responses against legionella spp. by indirect fluorescent antibody.one hundred ninety-six (196) animal sera were examined for antibodies against heat-killed antigens of legionella pneumophila serogroups 1 to 5, l. bozemanii, l. dumoffii, l. gormanii and l. micdadei by the indirect fluorescent antibody technique. only two animals (1%), both sheep, reacted against l. pneumophila serogroups at a titer of 256. however, 29% of the horses and 24% of the sheep tested were reactive to at least one non-l. pneumophila legionella spp. antigen at a titer of 256. at a titer ...19836357411
muellerius capillaris (mueller, 1889) (nematoda: protostrongylidae): an unusual finding in rocky mountain bighorn sheep (ovis canadensis canadensis shaw) in south dakota.lungs and fecal samples from nine hunter-killed rocky mountain bighorn sheep were examined for lungworms. all samples contained adults and/or larvae of muellerius capillaris (mueller, 1889). protostrongylus spp., the lungworms commonly reported from bighorn sheep, were not present in any samples. larvae of m. capillaris bear a spine on the dorsal side of the posterior end and are shorter than dorsal-spined larvae of other lungworms recorded from north american ungulates. larvae similar in shape ...19846530714
prevalence of coxiella burnetii infections among north dakota sheep producers.a case of q fever in a sheep producer was detected by a surveillance system in north dakota in 1993, when q fever was not reportable. this is the first officially documented case in the state. to estimate the prevalence of coxiella burnetii infection and identify associated risk factors, we conducted a study covering the whole state. a total of 17 cases were identified among 496 sheep producers, their family members, and hired helpers. the number of sheep raised was a good predictor of c. burnet ...19989830608
risk factors associated with herd-level exposure of cattle in nebraska, north dakota, and south dakota to bluetongue virus.to evaluate herd-level risk factors for seropositive status of cattle to 1 or more bluetongue viruses.200515934613
evaluation of salmonella occurrence in domestic animals and humans in north dakota (2000-2005).to evaluate the occurrence, serotypes, and antimicrobial susceptibility of salmonellae from domestic animals and humans in north dakota.200718041964
risk factors associated with anthrax outbreak in animals in north dakota, 2005: a retrospective case-control study.we identified the risk factors associated with the anthrax outbreak of 2005 in animals in north dakota.200819006977
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