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Cover for Aeromonas hydrophila as a foodborne pathogen

Aeromonas hydrophila is an emerging aquatic pathogen, widely distributed in aquatic ecosystems such as freshwater, coastal water and sewage (Hazen et...

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Cover for Brucella abortus as a foodborne pathogen

The Roman town of Herculaneum was destroyed by the tremendous volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in August 79 AD. Recently, L. Capasso found bone...

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Cover for goat meat

History, domestication and migration of goatsGoats represent among the earliest species of livestock to have evolved with pastoralist humans. The...

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Cover for Chrysomya bezziana infestation

Chrysomya bezziana, the Old World Screw-worm fly, is distributed in sub-Saharan Africa, Middle East, Indian subcontinent, SE Asia and New Guinea,...

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Cover for Cochliomyia hominivorax infestation

Cochliomyia hominivorax is an obligate parasite whose larval stage must feed on the tissue of a living warm-blooded animal to complete the life...

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See avian adenoviruses.

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Cover for Dichelobacter nodosus

D. nodosus is a Gram negative anaerobe. Its cells are straight or slightly curved rods, which measure 1 to 1.7 x 3 to 6 m m. In smears from lesions,...

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Cover for Dictyocaulus viviparus

Dictyocaulus viviparus are white worms, 3.5-8 cm in length which are found in the lumen of the bronchi and trachea.

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Cover for Dictyocaulus filaria

Dictyocaulus filaria are white worms, 3.5-9 cm in length, which infect the lumen of the bronchi and trachea.

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Dermatophilus congolensis causes an exudative, pustular dermatitis in animals. Cattle, sheep and horses are common hosts; others include goats, pigs,...

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