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This chapter discusses etiology, epizootiology and control, clinical signs, pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of bacterial and mycoplasmal diseases affecting ferrets. The diseases discussed are: abscesses, actinomycosis, bacterial pneumonia, botulism, campylobacteriosis and chlamydia. As...

Author(s)
Swennes, A. G.; Fox, J. G.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Biology and diseases of the ferret, 2014, Ed.3, pp 519-552
Abstract

Gastric lymphoma resembling gastric mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma linked with Helicobacter pylori infection in humans was observed in ferrets infected with H. mustelae. Four ferrets with ante- or postmortem evidence of primary gastric lymphoma were described. Lymphoma was...

Author(s)
Erdman, S. E.; Correa, P.; Coleman, L. A.; Schrenzel, M. D.; Li, X.; Fox, J. G.
Citation
American Journal of Pathology, 1997, 151, 1, pp 273-280
Abstract

60 seven-month-old ferrets were used to determine the efficacy of ranitidine bismuth citrate, clarithromycin or a combination of ranitidine bismuth citrate and clarithromycin against H. mustelae infection. 10 groups of 6 ferrets were treated orally with clarithromycin or ranitidine bismuth citrate...

Author(s)
Marini, R. P.; Fox, J. G.; Taylor, N. S.; Yan LiLi; McColm, A. A.; Williamson, R.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1999, 60, 10, pp 1280-1286
Abstract

H. mustelae colonizes the gastric mucosa of ferrets and causes persistent chronic gastritis. Hypochlorhydria, as measured by gastric pH probe, was induced by administering oral omeprazole, a proton pump inhibitor of the parietal cell, to 5 adult ferrets in two separate experiments. Faeces of ...

Author(s)
Fox, J. G.; Blanco, M. C.; Yan, L.; Shames, B.; Polidoro, D.; Dewhirst, F. E.; Paster, B. J.
Citation
Gastroenterology, 1993, 104, 1, pp 86-92
Abstract

A total of 31 sea otters Enhydra lutris nereis found dead or moribund (and then euthanized) were necropsied in California, USA. Stomach biopsies were collected and transected with equal portions frozen or placed in formalin and analyzed histologically and screened for Helicobacter spp. in gastric...

Author(s)
Shen ZeLi; Batac, F.; Mannion, A.; Miller, M. A.; Bakthavatchalu, V.; Ho, C.; Manning, S.; Paster, B. J.; Fox, J. G.
Publisher
Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf, Germany
Citation
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 2017, 123, 1, pp 1-11
Abstract

H. mustelae possesses 2 flagellin proteins, FlaA and FlaB. To determine whether one or both flagellin proteins are necessary for colonization and persistence of infection with H. mustelae, 19 specific pathogen free ferrets were inoculated by gavage with either a HMF1 flaA::km (weakly motile), ATCC...

Author(s)
Andrutis, K. A.; Fox, J. G.; Schauer, D. B.; Marini, R. P.; Li XianTang; Yan LiLi; Josenhans, C.; Suerbaum, S.
Citation
Infection and Immunity, 1997, 65, 5, pp 1962-1966
Abstract

A combination of bacterial culture, phenotypic testing and molecular techniques were used to isolate and identify gastric bacteria from captive and wild populations of ferrets in the New Zealand North Island. In total, 21 ferrets were examined. Bacteria were isolated from captive and wild ferrets...

Author(s)
Forester, N. T.; Parton, K.; Lumsden, J. S.; O'Toole, P. W.
Citation
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 2000, 48, 3, pp 65-69
Abstract

The effect of canthaxanthin (CX), a non-provitamin A carotenoid, on gastric epithelial proliferation was studied in ferrets colonized with Helicobacter mustelae, which causes a chronic gastritis and an increased gastric epithelial cell proliferation. 7 spayed female ferrets were dosed by gavage...

Author(s)
Yu Jing; Fox, J. G.; Blanco, M. C.; Yan LiLi; Correa, P.; Russell, R. M.
Citation
Journal of Nutrition, 1995, 125, 10, pp 2493-2500
Abstract

Plasma gastrin concentrations were compared in 21 H. mustelae-infected and 10 SPF ferrets. Gastrin concentrations were determined at 3 time points: baseline after a 12-h non-feeding period, and 30 and 60 minutes after oral administration of a standardized meal. Gastric endoscopy was used to obtain...

Author(s)
Perkins, S. E.; Fox, J. G.; Walsh, J. H.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1996, 57, 2, pp 147-150
Abstract

Domestic ferrets (7 to 8 per group), confirmed to be infected with H. mustelae by gastric endoscopy, were orally immunized with either 0.1, 1.0 or 10 mg of purified Helicobacter pylori urease in combination with 60 µg of the mucosal adjuvant cholera toxin. Control groups were administered either...

Author(s)
Cuenca, R.; Blanchard, T. G.; Czinn, S. J.; Nedrud, J. G.; Monath, T. P.; Lee, C. K.; Redline, R. W.
Citation
Gastroenterology, 1996, 110, 6, pp 1770-1775

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