Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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October 2002

Volume 969 THE DOMESTIC ANIMAL/WILDLIFE INTERFACE: ISSUES FOR DISEASE CONTROL, CONSERVATION, SUSTAINABLE FOOD PRODUCTION, AND EMERGING DISEASES

Pages xiii–xiv, 1–365

  1. Frontmatter

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Introduction (pages xiii–xiv)

      E. PAUL J. GIBBS and BOB H. BOKMA

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04341.x

  2. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Sustainability : From Fringe to Mainstream (pages 1–3)

      GARY R. MULLINS

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04342.x

    2. Yankey's Dilemma : Conservation versus the People of Ghana (pages 14–19)

      MICHAEL MURPHREE

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04344.x

    3. Wildlife and Pastoral Society—Shifting Paradigms in Disease Control (pages 24–33)

      RICHARD KOCK, BIDJEH KEBKIBA, RISTO HEINONEN and BERHANU BEDANE

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04346.x

    4. Public Health Considerations in Human Consumption of Wild Game (pages 48–50)

      ALWYNELLE S. AHL, DAVID NGANWA and SAUL WILSON

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04349.x

  3. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Emerging Morbillivirus Infections of Marine Mammals : Development of Two Diagnostic Approaches (pages 51–59)

      JEREMIAH T. SALIKI, EMILY J. COOPER and JONATHAN P. GUSTAVSON

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04350.x

  4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. PCR and Molecular Detection for Differentiating Vibrio Species (pages 60–65)

      O.A. E. SPARAGANO, P.A. W. ROBERTSON, I. PURDOM, J. McINNES, Y. LI, D.-H. YU, Z.-J. DU, H.-S. XU and B. AUSTIN

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04351.x

  5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Pan-Mediterranean Comparison for the Molecular Detection of Theileria annulata (pages 73–77)

      OLIVIER A.E. SPARAGANO, GRAZIA CARELLI, LUIGI CECI, VARDA SHKAP, THEA MOLAD, FABRIZIO VITALE, GUIDO R. LORIA, STEFANO REALE, SANTO CARACAPPA, ALI BOUATTOUR, SONIA ALMERIA, JOAQUIM CASTELLA, EDUARDO CORCHERO and MIGUEL HABELA

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04353.x

    2. Reverse Line Blot Hybridization Used to Identify Hemoprotozoa in Minorcan Cattle (pages 78–82)

      SONIA ALMERIA, JOAQUIM CASTELLÀ, DAVID FERRER, JUAN FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ, AGUSTIN ESTRADA-PEÑA and OLIVIER SPARAGANO

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04354.x

  6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Goat Immune Response to Capripox Vaccine Expressing the Hemagglutinin Protein of Peste des Petits Ruminants (pages 88–91)

      A. DIALLO, C. MINET, G. BERHE, C. LE GOFF, D. N. BLACK, M. FLEMING, T. BARRETT, C. GRILLET and G. LIBEAU

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04356.x

  7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Molecular Immunogenetics in Susceptibility to Bovine Dermatophilosis : A Candidate Gene Approach and a Concrete Field Application (pages 92–96)

      JEAN-CHARLES MAILLARD, ISABELLE CHANTAL, DAVID BERTHIER, SOPHIE THEVENON, ISSA SIDIBE and HANTA RAZAFINDRAIBE

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04357.x

    2. Global Analysis of Brucella melitensis Proteomes (pages 97–101)

      CESAR V. MUJER, MARY ANN WAGNER, MICHEL ESCHENBRENNER, TROY HORN, JO ANN KRAYCER, RAJENDRA REDKAR, SUE HAGIUS, PHILIP ELZER and VITO G. DELVECCHIO

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04358.x

  8. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Evaluation of Brucella abortus Strain RB51 and Strain 19 in Pronghorn Antelope (pages 102–105)

      PHILIP H. ELZER, J. SMITH, T. ROFFE, T. KREEGER, J. EDWARDS and D. DAVIS

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04359.x

  9. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Rapid Genotyping of Bacillus anthracis Strains by Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (pages 106–111)

      GUY PATRA, LEANNE E. WILLIAMS, YUAN QI, SHARON ROSE, RAJENDRA REDKAR and VITO G. DELVECCHIO

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04360.x

    2. Basis for the Extraordinary Genetic Stability of Anthrax (pages 112–118)

      JOHNATHAN L. KIEL, JILL E. PARKER, HOMER GIFFORD, LUCILLE J.V. STRIBLING, JOHN L. ALLS, MARTIN L. MELTZ, R. PATRICK McCREARY and ERIC A. HOLWITT

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04361.x

    3. Use of the Mannan Receptor to Selectively Target Vaccine Antigens for Processing and Antigen Presentation through the MHC Class I and Class II Pathways (pages 119–125)

      W. C. DAVIS, R. L. KONZEK, K. HAAS, D. M. ESTES, M. J. HAMILTON, D. R. CALL, V. APOSTOLOPOULOS and I.F. C. MCKENZIE

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04362.x

    4. Major Outer Membrane Proteins of Ehrlichia ruminantium Encoded by a Multigene Family (pages 131–134)

      H. VAN HEERDEN, N. E. COLLINS, M.T.E. P. ALLSOPP and B. A. ALLSOPP

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04364.x

    5. Cowdria ruminantium Antigens of around 15 kDa Are Potent Inducers of IFN-γ (pages 135–140)

      N. GUNTER, I. ESTEVES, Y. KANDASSAMY, D. MARTINEZ, A. BENSAID, M. VAN KLEEF, D. DU PLESSIS and P. TOTTE

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04365.x

    6. Sequencing of a 15-kb Ehrlichia ruminantium Clone and Evaluation of the cpg1 Open Reading Frame for Protection against Heartwater (pages 147–150)

      ELMARIÉ LOUW, K. A. BRAYTON, N. E. COLLINS, A. PRETORIUS, F. VAN STRIJP and B. A. ALLSOPP

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04367.x

    7. Genetic Immunization with Ehrlichia ruminantium GroEL and GroES Homologues (pages 151–154)

      ALRI PRETORIUS, F. VAN STRIJP, K. A. BRAYTON, N. E. COLLINS and B. A. ALLSOPP

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04368.x

    8. Sequence Analysis of Three Ehrlichia ruminantium LambdaGEM-11 Clones (pages 155–158)

      ALRI PRETORIUS, N. E. COLLINS, H. C. STEYN and B. A. ALLSOPP

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04369.x

  10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Age-Related Innate Immune Response in Calves to Babesia bovis Involves IL-12 Induction and IL-10 Modulation (pages 164–168)

      W. L. GOFF, W. C. JOHNSON, W. TUO, R. A. VALDEZ, S. M. PARISH, G. M. BARRINGTON and W. C. DAVIS

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04371.x

    2. Residual Effect of Antibabesial Drugs on the Live Redwater Blood Vaccines (pages 169–173)

      M. P. COMBRINK, P. C. TROSKIE and D. T. DE WAAL

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04372.x

    3. Expression of RoTat 1.2 Cross-reactive Variable Antigen Type in Trypanosoma evansi and T. equiperdum (pages 174–179)

      FILIP CLAES, D. VERLOO, D. T. DE WAAL, T. URAKAWA, P. MAJIWA, B. M. GODDEERIS and P. BÜSCHER

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04373.x

  11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Development of Resistance to Nymphs of Amblyomma cajennense Ticks (Acari:Ixodidae) in Dogs (pages 180–183)

      LUCIANA S. MUKAI, A. CASTRO NETTO, M. P.J. SZABÓ and G. H. BECHARA

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04374.x

    2. Hypersensitivity Induced in Dogs by Nymphal Extract of Amblyomma cajennense Ticks (Acari:Ixodidae) (pages 184–186)

      LUCIANA S. MUKAI, A. CASTRO NETTO, M. P.J. SZABÓ and G. H. BECHARA

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04375.x

  12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. The Possible Role That Buffalo Played in the Recent Outbreaks of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in South Africa (pages 187–190)

      WILNA VOSLOO, KARIN BOSHOFF, RAHANA DWARKA and ARMANDA BASTOS

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04376.x

    2. Use of Sentinel Herds to Study the Epidemiology of Vesicular Stomatitis in the State of Colorado (pages 205–209)

      BRIAN J. McCLUSKEY, ELIZABETH L. MUMFORD, MOWFAK D. SALMAN and JOSIE J. TRAUB-DARGATZ

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04379.x

    3. Natural Aujeszky's Disease in a Spanish Wild Boar Population (pages 210–212)

      C. GORTÁZAR, J. VICENTE, Y. FIERRO, L. LEÓN, M. J. CUBERO and M. GONZÁLEZ

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04380.x

    4. Serologic Survey of Selected Viral, Bacterial, and Protozoal Agents in Captive and Free-Ranging Ungulates from Central Kenya (pages 217–223)

      KEVIN R. KIMBER, JUAN LUBROTH, EDWARD J. DUBOVI, MARY LOU BERNINGER and THOMAS W. DEMAAR

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04382.x

  13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Emergency Response Planning for Anthrax Outbreaks in Bison Herds of Northern Canada : A Balance between Policy and Science (pages 245–250)

      J. S. NISHI, D. C. DRAGON, B. T. ELKIN, J. MITCHELL, T. R. ELLSWORTH and M. E. HUGH-JONES

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04386.x

    2. Mycobacterial Isolations in Captive Elephants in the United States (pages 256–258)

      JANET B. PAYEUR, J. L. JARNAGIN, J. G. MARQUARDT and D. L. WHIPPLE

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04388.x

    3. Bovine Tuberculosis in Michigan Wildlife (pages 259–261)

      JANET B. PAYEUR, S. CHURCH, L. MOSHER, B. ROBINSON-DUNN, S. SCHMITT and D. WHIPPLE

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04389.x

    4. Bovine Tuberculosis in Michigan Wildlife and Livestock (pages 262–268)

      STEPHEN M. SCHMITT, DANIEL J. O'BRIEN, COLLEEN S. BRUNING-FANN and SCOTT D. FITZGERALD

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04390.x

    5. Increasing Risks of Introduction of Heartwater onto the American Mainland Associated with Animal Movements (pages 269–274)

      MICHAEL J. BURRIDGE, LEIGH-ANNE SIMMONS, TREVOR F. PETER and SUMAN M. MAHAN

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04391.x

  14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
  15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Ticks Associated with Armadillo (Euphractus sexcinctus) and Anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) of Emas National Park, State of Goias, Brazil (pages 290–293)

      GERVÁSIO H. BECHARA, M. P.J. SZABÓ, W. V. ALMEIDA FILHO, J. N. BECHARA, R. J.G. PEREIRA, J. E. GARCIA and MARCELO C. PEREIRA

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04394.x

    2. Control and Eradication of Chelonian Tick Infestations, with Particular Reference to Vectors of Heartwater (pages 294–296)

      MICHAEL J. BURRIDGE, LEIGH-ANNE SIMMONS, TREVOR F. PETER and SUMAN M. MAHAN

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04395.x

    3. Eradication of the Tropical Bont Tick in the Caribbean : Is the Caribbean Amblyomma Program in a Crisis? (pages 297–305)

      RUPERT G. PEGRAM, EDWARD F. GERSABECK, DAVID WILSON and JORGEN W. HANSEN

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04396.x

  16. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and Sustainability
    4. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Viruses
    5. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Bacteria
    6. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: Protozoa
    7. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Viruses
    8. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    9. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    10. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Bacteria
    11. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Protozoa
    12. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: Arthropods
    13. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Viruses
    14. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Bacteria
    15. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Protozoa
    16. Part II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod Vectors
    17. The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases: Part III. General
    1. Tick Reference Collection of the Late Dr. P.C. Morel : A Tool for Tick Taxonomists and Veterinarians (pages 318–322)

      S. DUCORNEZ, M. DE GARINE-WICHATITSKY, N. BARRÉ, G. UILENBERG and J. L. CAMICAS

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04399.x

    2. Epizootiology of Sixty-Four Amphibian Morbidity and Mortality Events in the USA, 1996-2001 (pages 323–339)

      D. EARL GREEN, KATHRYN A. CONVERSE and AUDRA K. SCHRADER

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04400.x

    3. Immunolocalization of Vesicular Stomatitis Virus in Black Flies (Simulium vittatum) (pages 340–345)

      ELIZABETH W. HOWERTH, DANIEL G. MEAD and DAVID E. STALLKNECHT

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04401.x

    4. Causes of Mortality in the Florida Panther (Felis concolor coryi) (pages 350–353)

      C. D. BUERGELT, B. L. HOMER and M. G. SPALDING

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04403.x

    5. Pathology of Avian Pox in Wild Red-Legged Partridges (Alectoris rufa) in Spain (pages 354–357)

      C. GORTÁZAR, J. MILLÁN, U. HÖFLE, F. J. BUENESTADO, R. VILLAFUERTE and E. F. KALETA

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04404.x

    6. Elk Restoration in Ontario, Canada : Infectious Disease Management Strategy, 1998-2001 (pages 358–363)

      R. ROSATTE, J. HAMR, B. RANTA, J. YOUNG and N. COOL

      Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb04405.x

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