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Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
J9.141.w1 1938 Suomalainen, P. Magnesium and calcium content of hedgehog serum during hibernation 141 471
J9.142.w1 1938 Suomalainen, P. Production of artificial hibernation 142 1157
J9.144.w1 1939 Suomalainen, P. Artificial hibernation 143 443-44

J9.158.w1

1946

Campbell, J.G.

Primary carcinoma of the liver of a duck

158

711-712

J9.164.w1 1949  Freeman, R.B. & Madsen, H. A parasitic flea larva 164 187-188
J9.168.w1 1951 Suomalainen, P. & Sarajas, S. Heart-beat of the hibernating hedgehog 168 211
J9.172.w1 1953 Clapham, P.A. Pseudotuberculosis among stock-doves in Hampshire 172 353
J9.180.w1 1957 Webster, W.M. Susceptibility of the hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) to infection with Leptospira pomona 180 1372
J9.182.w1 1958 Suomalainen, P. & Uuspaa, V.J. Adrenaline/noradrenaline ratio of the adrenal glands of the hedgehog during summer activity and hibernation 182 1500-1501
J9.183.w1 1959 Beverley, J.K.A. Congenital transmission of toxoplasmosis through successive generations of mice 183 1348-1349
J9.184.w1 1959 Morris, B. Transmission of passive immunity in an insectivore 184 1151
J9.188.w1 1960 Marples, M.J. & Smith, J.M.B. The hedgehog as a source of human ringworm 188 867-868
J9.190.w1 1961 Fleck, D.G. Serological tests for Toxoplasmosis 190 1018-1019
J9.201.w1 1964 Smith, J.M.B. & Marples, M.J. A natural reservoir of penicillin-resistant strains of Staphylococcus aureus 201 844
J9.201.w2 1964 Stiles, G.E., Bittle, J.L. & Cabasso, V.J. Comparison of simian foamy virus strains including a new serological type 201 1350-1351
J9.201.w3 1964 Vizoso, A.D., Vizoso, M.R. & Hay, R. Isolation of a virus resembling encephalomyocarditis from a red squirrel 201 849-850
J9.202.w1 1964 Brockie, R.E. Dental abnormalities in European and New Zealand hedgehogs 202 1355-1356
J9.206.w1 1965 Hutchinson, W.M. Experimental transmission of Toxoplasma gondii 206 961-962

J9.208.w1

1965

Carnaghan, R.B.A.

Hepatic tumours in ducks fed a low level of toxic groundnut meal

208

308

J9.214.w1 1967 Geisler, M. & Gropp, A. Chromosome polymorphism in the European hedgehog Erinaceus europaeus (Insectivora) 214 396-397
J9.214.w2 1967 Alpers, T., Cramp, W.A., Haig, D.A. & Clarke, M.C. Does the agent of scrapie replicate without nucleic acid? 214  764-766
J9.215.w1 1967 Griffith, J.S. Self-replication and scrapie 215 1043-1044
J9.215.w2 1967 Bourne, W.R.P., Parrack, J.D. &Potts, G.R. Birds killed in the Torrey Canyon Disaster 215 1123-1125
J9.216.w1 1967 Rogers, N.G., Basnight, M., Gibbs, C.J. & Gajdusek, D.C. Latent viruses in chimpanzees with experimental kuru 216 446-449

J9.219.w1

1968

Easterday, B.C., Trainer, D.O., Tumova, B. & Pereira, H.G.

Evidence of infection with influenza viruses in migratory waterfowl

219

523-524

J9.219.w2 1968 Bourne, W.R.P. Observation of an encounter between birds and floating oil 219 632
J9.224.w1 1969 Heath, R.G., Spann, J.W. & Kreitzer, J.F. Marked DDE impairment of mallard reproduction in controlled studies 224 47-48
J9.224.w2 1969 Lehner, P.N. & Egbert, A. Dieldrin and eggshell thickness in ducks 224 1218-1219
J9.262.w1 1976 Dubey, J.P.  Reshedding of Toxoplasma oocysts by chronically infected cats 262 213-214
J9.278.w1 1979 Lewin, R.A. & Robinson, P.T. The greening of polar bears in zoos 278 445-447
J9.280.w1 1979 Anderson, R.N. & May, R.M. Population biology of infectious diseases: Part 1 280 361-367
J9.280.w2 1979 Anderson, R.N. & May, R.M. Population biology of infectious diseases: Part 2 280 455-461
J9.292.w1 1981 Poole, J.H. & Moss, C.J.  Musth in the African elephant, Loxodonta africana 292 830-831
J9.293.w1 1981 King, A.M.Q., Underwood, B.O., McCahon, D., Newman, J.W.I. & Brown, F. Biochemical identification of virus causing the 1981 outbreaks of foot and mouth disease in the UK 293 479-480
J9.306.w1 1983 Woolf, C.J. Evidence for a central component of post-injury hypersensitivity 306 686-688
J9.308.w1 1988 Rohwer, R.G. Scrapie infectious agent is virus-like in size and susceptible to inactivation 308 658-662 
J9.321.w1 1986 Murphey-Corb, M., Martin, L.N., Rangan, R.S., Baskin, G.B., Gormus, B.J., Wolf, R.H., Andes, W.A., West, M. & Montelaro, R.C. Isolation of an HTLV-III-related retrovirus from macaques with simian AIDS and its possible origin in asymptomatic macaques 321 435-437
J9.336.w1 1988 Hope, J., Reekie, L.J.D., Hunter, N., Multhaup, G., Beyreuther, K., White, H., Scott, A.C., Stack, M.J., Dawson, M. & Wells, G.A.H. Fibrils from brains of cows with new cattle disease contain scrapie-associated protein 336 390--392
J9.339.w1 1989 HIrsch, V.M., Olmstead, R.A., Murphy-Corb, M., Purcell, R.H. & Johnson, P.R. An African primate lentivirus (SIVsm) closely related to HIV-2 339 389-392
J9.341.w1 1989 Tsujimoto, H., Hasegawa, A., Maki, N., Fukasawa, M., Miura, T., Speidel, S., Cooper, R.W., Moriyama, E.N., Gojobori, T. & Hayami, M. Sequence of a novel simian immunodeficiency virus from a wild-caught African mandrill 341 539-541
J9.342.w1 1989 Piatt, J.F. & Lensink, C.J. Exxon Valdez bird toll 342 865-866
J9.345.w1 1990 Huet, T., Cheynier, R., Meyerhans, A., Roelants, G. & Wain-Hobson, S. Genetic organisation of a chimpanzee lentivirus related to HIV-1 345 356-359
J9.345.w2 1990 Desrosiers, R.C. A finger on the missing link 345 288-289
J9.348.w1 1990 Domingo, M., Ferrer, L., Pumarola, M., Marco, A., Plana, J., Kennedy, S., McAliskey, M. & Rima, B.K. Morbillivirus in dolphins 348 21
J9.359.w1 1992 Sibley, L.D. & Boothroyd, J.C. Virulent strains of Toxoplasma gondii comprise a single clonal lineage. 359 82-85
J9.368.w1 1994 Geist, V. Wildlife conservation as wealth 368 491-492
J9.370.w1 1994 Kocisko, D.A., Come, J.H., Priola, S.A., Chesbro, B., Raymond, G.J., Lansbury, P.T. & Caughey, B. Cell-free formation of protease-resistant prion protein. 370 471-474
J9.375.w1 1995 Griffiths, R. & Tiwari, B. Sex of the last wild Spix's macaw 375 454
J9.380.w1 1996 Tobler, I., Gaus, S.E., Deboer, T., Achermann, P., Fischer, M., Rulicke, T., Moser, M., Oesch, B., McBride, P.A. & Manson, J.C. Altered circadian rhythms and sleep in mice devoid of prion protein 380 639-642
J9.381.w1 1996 Schreuder, B.E.C., van Keulen, L.J.M., Vromans, M.E.W., Langeveld, J.P.M. & Smits, M.A. Preclinical test for prion diseases 381 563
J9.381.w2 1996 Lasmezas, C. I., Deslys, J.-P., Robain, O., Demaimay, R., Adjou, K. T., Lamoury, F., Ironside, J., Hauw, J.-J. & Dormont, D. BSE transmission to macaques 381 743-744
J9.386.w1 1997 Swenson, J.E., Sandegren, F., Sonderberg, A, Bjarvall, A. Franzen, R. & Wabakken, P. Infanticide caused by hunting of male bears 386 450-451
J9.389.w1 1997 Bruce, M.E., Will, R.G., Ironside, J.W., McConnell, I., Drummond, D., Suttie, A., McCardle, L., Chree, A., Hope, J., Birkett, C., Cousens, S., Fraser, H., & Bostock, C.J. Transmission to mice indicate that 'new variant' CJD is caused by BSE agent 389 498-501
J9.391.w1 1998 Farquhar, C.F., Somerville, R.A. & Bruse, M.E. Straining the prion hypothesis 391 345-346
J9.397.w1 1999 Gao, F., Bailes, E., Robertson, D.L., Chen, Y., Rodenburg, C.M., Michael, S.F., Cummins, L.B., Arthur, L.O., Peeters, M., Shaw, G.M., Sharp, P.M. & Hahn, B.H. Origin of HIV-1 in the chimpanzee Pan troglodytes troglodytes 397 436-441
J9.400.w1 1999 Moynagh, J. & Schimmel, H. Tests for BSE evaluated 400 105
J9.410.w1 2001 Dominy, N.J. & Lucas, P.W. Ecological importance of trichromatic vision to primates 410 363-366
J9.412.w1 2001 Peretz, D., Williamson, R.A., Kaneka, K., Vergara, J., Leclerc, E., Schmitt-Ulms, G., Mehlhorn, I.R., Legname, G., Wormald, M.R., Rudd, P.M., Dwek, R.A., Burton, D.R. & Prusiner, S.B. Antibodies inhibit prion propagation and clear cell cultures of prion infectivity 412 739-743
J9.413.w1 2001 Julius, D. & Basbaum, A.I. Molecular mechanisms of nociception 413 203-210
J9.413.w2 2001 Ferguson, N.M., Donnelly, C.A. & Anderson, R.M. Transmission intensity and impact of control policies on the foot and mouth epidemic in Great Britain 413 542-548
J9.421.w1 2001 Keeling, M.J., Woolhouse, M.E.J., May, R.M., Davies, G. & Grenfell, B.T. Modelling vaccination strategies against foot-and-mouth disease 421 136-142
J9.423.w1 2003 Houston, F., Goldmann, W., Chong, A., Jeffrey, M., Gonzalez, L., Foster, J., Parnham, D. & Hunter, N. Prion diseases: BSE in sheep bred for resistance to infection 423 498
J9.425.w1 2003 Miller, M.W. & Williams, E.S. Horizontal prion transmission in mule deer 425 35-36
J9.426.w1 2003 Donnelly, C.A., Woodroffe, R., Cox, D.R., Bourne, J., Gettinby, G., Le Fevre, A.M., McInerney, J.P. & Morrison, W.I. Impact of localized badger culling on tuberculosis incidence in British cattle
 
426 834-837
J9.428.w1 2004

Worobey, M., Santiago, M.L., Keele, B.F., Ndjango, J.-B., Joy, J.B., Labama, B.L., Dhed'A, B.D., Rambaut, A., Sharp, P.M., Shaw, G.M. & Hahn, B.H.

Origin of AIDS: contaminated polio vaccine theory refuted 428 820
J9.434.w1 2005 Switzer, W.M., Salemi, M., Shanmugam, V., Gao, F., Cong, M.E., Kuiken, C., Bhullar, V., Beer, B.E., Vallet, D., Gautier-Hion, A., Tooze, Z., Villinger, F., Holmes, E.C. & Heneine, W. Ancient co-speciation of simian foamy viruses and primates.
434 376-380
J9.439.w1 2006 Donnelly, C.A., Woodroffe, R., Cox, D.R., Bourne, F.J., Cheeseman, C.L., Clifton-Hadley, R.S., Wei, G., Gettinby, G., Gilks, P., Jenkins, H., Johnston, W.T, Le Fevre AM, McInerney JP, Morrison WI. Positive and negative effects of widespread badger culling on tuberculosis in cattle 439 843-846
J9.440.w1 2006 Tildesley, M.J., Savill, N.J., Shaw, D.J., Deardon, R., Brooks, S.P., Woolhouse, M.E., Grenfell, B.T. & Keeling, M.J. Optimal reactive vaccination strategies for a foot-and-mouth outbreak in the UK 440 83-86
J9.444.w1 2006 Van Heuverswyn, F., Li, Y., Neel, C., Bailes, E., Keele, B.F., Liu, W., Loul, S., Butel, C., Liegeois, F., Bienvenue, Y., Ngolle, E.M., Sharp, P.M., Shaw, G.M., Delaporte, E., Hahn, B.H. & Peeters, M. Human immunodeficiency viruses: SIV infection in wild gorillas 444 164
J9.445.w1 2007 Kitching, R.P., Taylor, N.M. & Thrusfield, M.V. Vaccination strategies for foot-and-mouth disease 445 E12
J9.445.w2 2007 Tildesley, M.J., Savill, N.J., Shaw, D.J., Deardon, R., Brooks, S.P., Woolhouse, M.E., Grenfell, B.T. & Keeling, M.J. Reply 445 E12-E13
J9.460.w1 2009 Keele, B.F., Jones, J.H., Terio, K.A., Estes, J.D., Rudicell, R.S., Wilson, M.L., Li, Y., Learn, G.H., Beasley, T.M., Schumacher-Stankey, J., Wroblewski, E., Mosser, A., Raphael, J., Kamenya, S., Lonsdorf, E.V., Travis, D.A., Mlengeya, T., Kinsel, M.J., Else, J.G., Silvestri, G., Goodall, J., Sharp, P.M., Shaw, G.M., Pusey, A.E. & Hahn, B.H. Increased mortality and AIDS-like immunopathology in wild chimpanzees infected with SIVcpz 460 515-519 [suppl. material online]
J9.467.w1 2010 Liu, W., Li, Y., Learn, G.H., Rudicell, R.S., Robertson, J.D., Keele, B.F., Ndjango, J.B., Sanz, C.M., Morgan, D.B., Locatelli, S., Gonder, M.K., Kranzusch, P.J., Walsh, P.D., Delaporte, E., Mpoudi-Ngole, E., Georgiev, A.V., Muller, M.N., Shaw, G.M., Peeters, M., Sharp, P.M., Rayner, J.C. & Hahn, B.H. Origin of the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum in gorillas.
467 420-425

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