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Complicated etiology death rate in Psittacideae population: Epidemiology, clinical study and etiological research.
Aspects of the epidemiology of Chlamydia psittaci infection in a population of koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus ) in southeastern Queensland, Australia.
Probable epizootic chlamydiosis in wild California (Larus californicus) and ring-billed (Larus delawarensis) gulls in North Dakota
Occurrence of Chlamydia sp in apparently healthy birds associated with a mortality event caused by chlamydiosis: Data
These data sets are is a compilation of bird and environmental samples obtained from 6 sites in Maricopa County, Arizona on the dates shown. Sites were only visited and sampled if they had Rosy-cheeked lovebirds coming to bird feeders at the location and with the permission of the property owner. Two swab samples were obtained from each captured bird and 3 swab samples were collected from the environment at each site. Each sample was tested by PCR for Chlamydia psittaci, Psittacine Circovirus genotype 1 [PCV-1]), and Psittacine Circovirus genotype 2 (PCV-2) and, for appropriate samples (love birds and environmental samples) and where enough sample material remained for PBFD virus Pathotype 2.
Modelling Chlamydia-koala interactions: coexistence, population dynamics and conservation implications
Molecular idenification of an avian strain of Chlamydia psittaci causing severe keratoconjunctivitis in a bird fancier
Detection of chlamydiosis in a shipment of pet birds, leading to recognition of an outbreak of clinically mild psittacosis in humans
Mucosal and systemic humoral immune response of turkeys after infection and reinfection with a Chlamydia psittaci serovar D strain
Chlamydia psittaci Isolated From the Eyes of Domestic Ducks (Anas platyrhynchos ) With Conjunctivitis and Rhinitis.
Comparative Analysis of Chlamydia Bacteriophages Reveals Variation Localized to a Putative Receptor Binding Domain
Respiratory disease (rhinotracheitis) in turkeys in Brittany, France, 1981-1982. II. Laboratory findings.
Serological investigations for some bacterial and viral pathogens in fallow deer (Cervus dama ) and wild boar (Sus scrofa ) of the San Rossore Preserve, Tuscany, Italy.