< > J64 - Revue Scientifique et Technique

Organisation Office International des Epizooties
Publisher Office International des Epizooties
ISSN 0253-1933

Specific Chapter/Section References

Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
J64.7.w1 1988 Shimshony, A. Foot and mouth disease in the mountain gazelle in Israel 7 917-923
J64.7.w2 1988 Bengis, R.G. & Erasmus, J.M. Wildlife diseases in South Africa: a revue 7 807-821
J64.7.w3 1988 Pastoret, P.-P., Thiry, E., Brochier, B., Schwers, A., Thomas, I. & Dubuisson, J. Diseases of wild animals transmissible to domestic animals 7 705-736
J64.7.w4 1988 Blancou, J., Pastoret, P.-P., Brochier, B., Thomas, I. & Bogel, K. Vaccinating wild animals against rabies 7 1005-1013
J64.7.w5 1988 Zowghi, E. & Ebadi, A. Brucellosis in camels in Iran 7 383-386
J64.7.w6 1988 Jain, N.C., Prasad, G., Gupta, Y. & Mahajan, B.K. Isolation of bluetongue virus from Culicoides sp. in India 7 375-378
J64.10.w1 1991 Pirtle, E.C. & Beran, G.W. Virus survival in the environment 10 733-748
J64.10.w2 1991 Morisse, J.-P., Le Gall, G. & Boilletot, E. Hepatitis of viral origin in Leporidae: introduction and aetiological hypotheses 10 283-295
J64.10.w3 1991 Ohlinger, V.F. & Thiel, H.J. Identification of the viral haemorrhagic disease virus of rabbits as a calicivirus 10 311-323
J64.10.w4 1991 Capuccio, L., Scicluna, M.T. & Lavazza, A. Diagnosis of viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits and the European brown hare syndrome 10 347-370
J64.10.w5 1991 Marcato, P.S., Benazzi, C., Vecchi, G., Galeotti, M., Della Salda, L., Sarli, G. & Lucidi, P. Clinical and pathological features of viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits and the European brown hare syndrome 10 371-392
J64.10.w6 1991 Xu, W.-X. Viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits in the People's Republic of China: epidemiology and virus characterisation 10 393-408
J64.10.w7 1991 Cancellotti, F.M. & Renzi, M. Epidemiology and the current situation of viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits and the European brown hare syndrome in Italy 10 409-422
J64.10.w8 1991 Löliger, H.C. & Eskens, U. Incidence, epizootiology and control of viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits and the European brown hare syndrome in Germany 10 423-434
J64.10.w9 1991 Gregg, D.A., House, C., Meyer, R. & Berninger, M. Viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits in Mexico: epidemiology and viral characterization 10 435-451
J64.10.w10 1991 Gavier-Widén, D. & Mörner, T. Epidemiology and diagnosis of the European brown hare syndrome in Scandinavian countries: a review. 10 453-458
J64.10.w11 1991 Rodak, L., Smid, B. & Valicek, L. Application of control measures against viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits in the Czeck and Slovak republics 10 513-524
J64.11.w1 1992 Choudhury, B., Mazumder, R. & Bhattacharya, A.K. Foot and mouth disease in gayals (Bos gaurus frontalis) in Calcutta Zoo 11 797-798
J64.11.w2 1992 Ferris, N.P. & Donaldson, A.I. The World Reference Laboratory for Foot and Mouth Disease: a review of thirty-three years of activity (1958-1991) 11 657-684
J64.11.w3 1992 Williams, E.S. & Young, S. Spongiform encephalopathies in Cervidae 11 551-567
J64.11.w4 1992 Detwiler, L.A. Scrapie 11 491-537
J64.11.w5 1992 Marsh, R.F. & Hadlow, W.J. Transmissible mink encephalopathy 11 539-550
J64.11.w6 1992 Kimberlin, R.H. Bovine spongiform encephalopathy 11 347-390
J64.11.w7 1992 Bennett, A.D., Birkbett, C.R. & Bostock, C.J. Molecular biology of scrapie-like agents 11 569-603
J64.11.w8 1992 Morner, T. Sarcoptic mange in Swedish wildlife 11 1115-1121
J64.11.w9 1992 Morner, T. The ecology of tularaemia 11 1123-1130
J64.11.w10 1992 Rossi, L., Pozio, E., Mignone, W., Ercolini, C. & Dini, V. Epidemiology of sylvatic trichinellosis in north-western Italy 11 1039-1046
J64.11.w11 1992 Radwan, A.I., Bekairi, S.I. & Mukayel, A.A. Treatment of Brucella melitensis infection in sheep and goats with oxytetracycline combined with streptomycin 11 845-857
J64.11.w12 1992 Prasad, G., Jain, N.C. & Gupta, Y. Bluetongue virus infection in India: a review 11 699-711
J64.11.w13 1992 McOrist, S. Diseases of the European wildcat (Felis sylvestris Schreber, 1777) in Great Britain 11 1143-1149
J64.11.w14 1992 Ewald, D., Eckert, J., Gottstein, B. Straub, M. & Nigg, H. Parasitological and serological studies on the prevalence of Echinococcus multilocularis Leuckart, 1863 in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes Linnaeus, 1758) in Switzerland 11 1057-1061
J64.11.w15 1992 Bretagne, S., Guillou, J.-P., Morand, M. & Houin, R. Détection des oefs d'Echinococcus multilocularis Leuckart, 1863 dans les fèces de renard (Vulpes vulpes Linnaeus, 1758) par amplification en chaine par polymérase 11 1051-1056
J64.11.w16 1992 Greth, A., Calvez, D., Vassart, M. & Lefevre, P.-C. Serological survey for bovine bacterial and viral pathogens in captive Arabian oryx (Oryx leucoryx Pallas, 1776) 11 1163-1168
J64.12.w1 1993 Davies, G. Risk assessment in practice: a foot and mouth disease control strategy for the European Community 12 1109-1119
J64.12.w2 1993 Berry, H. H.  Surveillance and control of anthrax and rabies in wild herbivores and carnivores in Namibia 12 137-146
J64.12.w3 1993 Gourreau, J.M., Garin-Bastuji, B., Simon, A. Sarrazin, C & Oudar, J. A serological survey on the health status of large ungulates in the central and southern French Alps 12 153-154
J64.12.w4 1993 Baudoin, M.-C. & Aubert, M.F.A. Echinococcus multilocularis Leucart, 1863 in foxes (Vulpes vulpes Linnaeus, 1758) in the Vosges: a parasite dangerous to man 12 162
J64.12.w5 1993 Woodford, M.H. & Rossiter, P.B. Disease risks associated with wildlife translocation projects 12 115-135
J64.13.w1 1994 Formenty, P., Domenech, J., Lauginie, F., Ouattara, M., Diawara, S., Raath, J. P., Grobler, D., Leforban,Y. & Angba, A. Epidemiological study of bluetongue in sheep, cattle and various wild animal species in the Cote d'Ivoire. Etude epidemiologique sur la fievre catarrhale du mouton chez les ovins, les bovins et differentes especes d'animaux sauvages en Cote d'Ivoire. 13 737-751
J64.13.w2 1994 Scicluna, M.T., Lavazza, A. & Capucci, L. European brown hare syndrome in northern Italy: results of a virological and serological survey 13 893-904
J64.13.w3 1994 Afzal, M. & Sakkir, M. Survey of antibodies against various infectious diseases in racing camels in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 13 787-792
J64.14.w1 1995 Maris, P. Modes of action of disinfectants 14 47-55
J64.14.w2 1995 Jeffrey, D.J. Chemicals used as disinfectants: active ingredients and enhancing additives 14 57-74
J64.14.w3 1995 Bruins, G. & Dyer, J.A. Environmental considerations of disinfectants used in agriculture 14 81-94
J64.14.w4 1995 Kahrs, R.F. General disinfectant guidelines 14 105-122
J64.14.w5 1995 Heuschele, W. Use of disinfectants in zoos and game parks 14 447-454
J64.15.w1 1996 Fowler, M.E. Husbandry and diseases of captive wild swine and peccaries 15 141-154
J64.15.w2 1996 Fowler, M.E. Husbandry and diseases of camelids 15 155-169
J64.15.w3 1996 Donaldson, A.I. & Kihm, U. Research and technological developments required for more rapid control and eradication of foot and mouth disease 15 863-873
J64.15.w4 1996 Cambre, R. C. & Buick, W. W. Special challenges of maintaining wild animals in captivity in North America 15 251-266
J64.15.w5 1996 Williams, E.S. & Thorne, E.T. Infectious and parasitic diseases of captive carnivores, with special emphasis on the black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes) 15 91-114
J64.15.w6 1996 Cubas, Z.S. Special challenges of maintaining wild animals in captivity in South America 15 267-287
J64.15.w7 1996 Hunter, D.L. Tuberculosis in free-ranging, semi free-ranging and captive cervids 15 171-181
J64.16.w1 1997 Sutmoller, P. & Vose, D.J. Contamination of animal products: the minimum pathogen dose required to initiate infection 16 30-32
J64.17.w1 1998 Chomel, B.B., Kasten, R.W., Chappius, G., Soulier, M. & Kikuchi, Y. Serological survey of selected canine viral pathogens and zoonoses in grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis) and black bears (Ursus americanus) from Alaska 17 756-766
J64.17.w2 1998 Vydelingum, S., Tao, T., Balazsi, K. & Hecker R.
Comparison of a reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction assay and virus isolation for the detection of classical swine fever virus 17 674-681
J64.18.w1 1999 Mukhopadhayay, A.K., Taylor, W. P. & Roeder, P.L. Rinderpest: a case study of animal health emergency management 18 164-178
J64.19.w1 2000 Komar, N. West Nile viral encephalitis 19 166-176
J64.19.w2 1999 Escutinaire, S. & Pastoret, P.-P. Hantavirus infections 19 64-78
J64.19.w3 2000 Elbers, A.R., Dekkers, L.J. & van der Giessen, J.W. Sero-surveillance of wild boar in The Netherlands, 1996-1999 19 848-854
J64.19.w4 2000 Ferroglio, E., Nebbia, P., Robino, P., Rossi, L. & Rosati, S. Mycobacterium paratuberculosis infection in two free-ranging Alpine ibex 19 859-862
J64.19.w5 2000        
J64.20.w1 2001 Montali, R. J., Mikota, S. K., and Cheng, L. I. Mycobacterium tuberculosis in zoo and wildlife species 20 291-303
J64.20.w2 2001 Wittmann, E.J., Mellor, P.S. & Baylis, M. Using climate data to map the potential distribution of Culicoides imicola (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in Europe 20 731-740
J64.20.w3 2001 Manning, E.J.B. & Collins, M.T. Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis: pathogen, pathogenesis and diagnosis 20 133-150
J64.20.w4 2001 Skinner, M.A., Wedlock, D.N. & Buddle, B.M. Vaccination of animals against Mycobacterium bovis    
J64.21.w1 2002 Ph. Chardonnet, B. des Clers, J. Fischer, R. Gerhold, F. Jori & F. Lamarque  The value of wildlife  21 15-51
J64.21.w2 2002 R.G. Bengis, R.A. Kock & J. Fischer  Infectious animal diseases: the wildlife/livestock interface  21 53-65
J64.21.w3 2002 T. Mörner, D.L. Obendorf, M. Artois & M.H. Woodford  Surveillance and monitoring of wildlife diseases  21 67-76
J64.21.w4 2002 J.E. Cooper  Diagnostic pathology of selected diseases in wildlife  21 77-89
J64.21.w5 2002 D.U. Pfeiffer & M. Hugh-Jones 
Geographical information systems as a tool in epidemiological assessment and wildlife disease management  21 91-102
J64.21.w6 2002 M.E. Cooper & A.M. Rosser 
International regulation of wildlife trade: relevant legislation and organisations  21 103-123
J64.21.w7 2002 J.P. Dudley & M.H. Woodford  Bioweapons, bioterrorism and biodiversity: potential impacts of biological weapons attacks on agricultural and biological diversity  21 125-137
J64.21.w8 2002 E.S. Williams, T. Yuill, M. Artois, J. Fischer & S.A. Haigh  Emerging infectious diseases in wildlife  21 139-157
J64.21.w9 2002 G. Wobeser  Disease management strategies for wildlife  21 159-178
J64.21.w10 2002 R.E. Reichard  Area-wide biological control of disease vectors and agents affecting wildlife  21 179-185
J64.21.w11 2002 F.A. Leighton   Health risk assessment of the translocation of wild animals 21 187-195
J64.21.w12 2002 J.C. Haigh, C. Mackintosh & F. Griffin 
Viral, parasitic and prion diseases of farmed deer and bison 21 219-248
J64.21.w13 2002 C. Mackintosh, J.C. Haigh & F. Griffin  Bacterial diseases of farmed deer and bison 21 249-263
J64.21.w14 2002 F.W. Huchzermeyer  Diseases of farmed crocodiles and ostriches  21 265-276
J64.21.w15 2002 J. Godfroid  Brucellosis in wildlife  21 277-286
J64.21.w16 2002 M. Artois, K.R. Depner, V. Guberti, J. Hars, S. Rossi & D. Rutili  Classical swine fever (hog cholera) in wild boar in Europe  21 287-303
J64.21.w17 2002 E.S. Williams & M.W. Miller  Chronic wasting disease in deer and elk in North America  21 305-316
J64.21.w18 2002 de Lisle, G.W., Bengis, R.G., Schmitt, S.M. & O'Brien, D.J. Tuberculosis in free-ranging wildlife: detection, diagnosis and management  21 317-334
J64.21.w19 2002 M. Giacometti, M. Janovsky, L. Belloy & J. Frey 
Infectious keratoconjunctivitis of ibex, chamois and other Caprinae  21 335-345
J64.21.w20 2002 B.D. Cooke 
Rabbit haemorrhagic disease: field epidemiology and the management of wild rabbit populations 21 347-358
J64.21.w21 2002 M.E. Hugh-Jones & de Vos, V. 
Anthrax and wildlife  21 359-383
J64.21.w22 2002 D.B. Pence & E. Ueckermann 
Sarcoptic mange in wildlife  21 385-398
J64.21.w23 2002 Kitching, R.P. Identification of foot and mouth disease virus carrier and subclinically infected animals and differentiation from vaccinated animals 21 531-538
J64.21.w24 2002 Grubman, M.J. & Mason, P.W. Prospects, including time-frames, for improved foot and mouth disease vaccines 21 589-600
J64.21.w25 2002 Barteling, S.J. Development and performance of inactivated vaccines against foot and mouth disease 21 577-588
J64.21.w26 2002 Schaftenaar, W. Use of vaccination against foot and mouth disease in zoo animals, endangered species and exceptionally valuable animals 21 613-623
J64.21.w27 2002 Sakamoto, K. & Yoshida, K. Recent outbreaks of foot and mouth disease in countries of East Asia 21 459-463
J64.21.w28 2002 Sutmoller, P. & Casas Olascoaga, R. Unapparent foot and mouth disease infection (sub-clinical infection and carriers): implications for control 21 519-529
J64.21.w29 2002 Thompson, D., Muriel, P., Russell, D. Osborne, P., Bromley, A., Rowland, M., Creigh-Tyte, S. &  Brown, C. Economic costs of the foot and mouth disease
outbreak in the United Kingdom in 2001
21 675-687
J64.21.w30 2002 Rossdale, S.C. A farming perspective on the 2001 foot and mouth disease epidemic in the United Kingdom 21 831-838
J64.21.w31 2001 Crispin, S.M., Roger, P.A., O'Hare, H. & Binns, S.H. The 2001 foot and mouth disease epidemic in the United Kingdom: animal welfare perspectives 21 877-883
J64.21.w32 2001 Laurence, C.J. Animal welfare consequences in England and Wales of the 2001 epidemic of foot and mouth disease 21 863-868
J64.21.w33 2001 Taylor, K.C. Environmental impacts of the foot and mouth disease outbreak in 2001: the use of risk analysis to manage the risks in the countryside 21 797-813
J64.22.w1 2003 Lasmezas, C.I. The transmissible spongiform encephalopathies 22 23-26
J64.22.w2 2003 Prince, M.J., Bailey, J.A.,  Barrowman, P.R., Bishop, K.J.,  Campbell, G.R.& Wood, J.M.  Bovine spongiform encephalopathy  22 37-60
J64.22.w3 2003 Saegerman, C., Claes, L., Dewaele, A.,  Desmecht, D., Rollin, F., Hamoir, J., Gustin, P., Czaplicki, G., Bughin, J., Wullepit, J.,  Laureyns, J., Roels, S., Berkvens, D.,  Vanopdenbosch, E.& Thiry, E.  Differential diagnosis of neurologically expressed disorders in Western European cattle 22 61-102
J64.22.w4 2003 Schreuder, B.E.C. & Somerville, R.A.  Bovine spongiform encephalopathy in sheep?  22 103-120
J64.22.w5 2003 Detwiler, L.A. & Baylis, M.  The epidemiology of scrapie 22 121-143
J64.22.w6 2003 Williams, E.S. & Miller, M.W. 
Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies in non-domestic animals: origin, transmission and risk factors  22 145-156
J64.22.w7 2003 Morley, R.S., Chen, S.,h &  Rheault, N.
Assessment of the risk factors related to bovine spongiform encephalopathy 22 157-178
J64.22.w8 2003 D. Heim & U. Kihm  Risk management of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies in Europe 22 179-199
J64.22.w9 2003 Kellar, J.A. & Lees, V.W.  Risk management of the transmissible spongiform encephalopathies in North America  22 201-225
J64.22.w10 2003 van Gelderen, C., Gimeno, E.J.  &  Schudel, A.A. Bovine spongiform encephalopathy in South America: a regional preventive approach  22 227-236
J64.22.w11 2003 Ozawa, Y. Risk management of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies in Asia  22 237-249
J64.22.w12 2003 McCrea, D.
Risk communication of the transmissible spongiform encephalopathies 22 251-257
J64.22.w13 2003 Sellier, P.  Protein nutrition for ruminants in European countries, in the light of animal feeding regulations linked to bovine spongiform encephalopathy 22 259-269
J64.22.w14 2003 Dahlanuddin, Dam Van Tien, Liang J.B. & Adams D.B.  An exploration of risk factors for bovine spongiform encephalopathy in ruminant production systems in the tropics 22 271-281
J64.22.w15 2003 Matthews, D.& Cooke, B.C. The potential for transmissible spongiform encephalopathies in non-ruminant livestock and fish  22 283-296
J64.22.w16 2003 Taylor, D.M. &  Woodgate, S.L.
Rendering practices and inactivation of transmissible spongiform encephalopathy agents  22 297-310
J64.22.w17 2003 Gizzi, G., van Raamsdonk, L.W.D., Baeten, V., Murray, I., Berben, G., Brambilla, G. & von Holst, C. An overview of tests for animal tissues in feeds applied in response to public health concerns regarding bovine spongiform encephalopathy 22 311-331
J64.23.w1 2004 Cliquet, F. & Picard-Meyer, E. Rabies and rabies-related viruses: a modern perspective on an ancient disease 23 625-642
J64.23.w2 2004 Hargreaves, S.K., Foggin, C.M., Anderson, E.C., Bastos, A.D., Thomson, G.R., Ferris, N.P. & Knowles, N.J. An investigation into the source and spread of foot and mouth disease virus from a wildlife conservancy in Zimbabwe 23 783-790
J64.23.w3 2004 Gall, D. & Nielsen, K. Serological diagnosis of bovine brucellosis: a revue of test performance and cost comparison 23 989-1002
J64.24.w1 2005 Cousins, D.V. & Florisson, N. A reveiw of tests available for use in the diagnosis of tuberculosis in non-bovine species 24 1039-1059
J64.25.w1 2006 Wooldridge, M., Harnett, E., Cox, A. & Seaman, M. Quantitative risk assessment study: smuggled meats as disease vectors 25 105-117
J64.25.w2 2006 Blome, S., Meindl-Böhmer, A., Loeffen, W., Thuer, B., Moennig, V. Assessment of classical swine fever diagnostics and vaccine performance 25 1025-1038
J64.27.w1 2008 Purse, B.V., Brown, H.E., Harrup, L., Mertens, P.P. & Rogers, D.J. Invasion of bluetongue and other orbivirus infections into Europe: the role of biological and climatic processes 27 427-442
J64.28.w1 2009 Cvetnic, Z., Spicic, S., Toncic, J., Majnaric, D., Benic, M., Albert, D., Thiébaud, M. & Garin-Bastuji, B. Brucella suis infection in domestic pigs and wild boar in Croatia

29 1057-1067
J64.31.w1 2012 Wernery, U. & Kinne, J. Tuberculosis in camelids: a review 31 899-906

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