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Bolzon C, Joone C, Schulman M, Harper CK, Vilagomez D, King W, and Revay T. 2016. Missense mutation in the ligand-binding domain of the horse androgen receptor gene in a thoroughbred family with inherited 64,XY (SRY+) disorder of sex development. In Sexual Development, 10, pp 37-44.
Brioudes A, and Gummow B. 2016. Field application of a combined pig and poultry market chain and risk pathway analysis within the Paci c Islands region as a tool for targeted disease surveillance and biosecurity. In Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 129, pp 13-22.
Brogan P, Henning H, Stout TAE, and de Ruijter-Villani M. 2016. Relationship between colour  ow Doppler sonographic assessment of corpus luteum activity and progesterone concentrations in mares after embryo transfer. In Animal Reproduction Science, 166, pp 22-27.
Chapwanya A, Usman Yusha’u, and Irons PC. 2016. Comparative aspects of immunity and vaccination in human and bovine trichomoniasis: a review. In Tropical Animal Health and Production, 48(1), pp 1-7.
de Cramer K, Joubert KE, and Nothling JO. 2016. Hematocrit changes in healthy periparturient bitches that underwent elective cesarean section. In Theriogenology, 86, pp 1333-1340.
Dent B, Fosgate GT, and Hettlich B. 2016. Minimally invasive approach to lumbosacral decompression in a cadaveric canine model. In New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 64(2), pp 71-75.
Fasanmi OG, Ahmed S, Oladele-Bukola M, El-Tahawy A, Elbestawy A, and Fasina FO. 2016. An evaluation of biosecurity compliance levels and assessment of associated risk factors for highly pathogenic avian in uenza H5N1 infection of live-bird-markets, Nigeria and Egypt. In Acta Tropica, 164, pp 321-328.
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Fasina FO, Ali A, Yilma J, Thieme O, and Ankers P. 2016. Production parameters and pro tability of the Egyptian household poultry sector: a survey. In Worlds Poultry Science Journal, 72, pp 1-11.
Fasina FO, Njage PMK, Ali A, Yilma J, Bwala DG, Rivas A, and Stegeman A. 2016. Development of disease-speci c, context-speci c surveillance models: avian in uenza (H5N1)-related risks and behaviours in African countries. In Zoonoses and Public Health, 63, pp 20-33.
Gadaga B, Etter EMC, Mukamuri B, Makwangudze K, Pfukenyi D, and Matope G. 2016. Living at the edge of an interface area in Zimbabwe: cattle owners, commodity chain and health workers’ awareness, perceptions and practices on zoonoses. In BMC Public Health, 16(84), pp 1-10.
Holm DE, Nielen M, Jorritsma R, Irons PC, and Thompson PN. 2016. Ultrasonographic reproductive tract measures and pelvis measures as predictors of pregnancy failure and anestrus in restricted bred beef heifers. In Theriogenology, 85, pp 495-501.
Joone C, de Cramer K, and Nothling JO. 2016. The  rst case of genetically con rmed monozygotic twinning in the dog. In Reproduction in Domestic Animals, 51, pp 835-839.
Jori Massanas FJ, Caron A, Thompson PN, Dwarka R, Foggin C, De Garine-Wichatitsky M, Hofmeyr M, Van Heerden J, and Heath L. 2016. Characteristics of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Viral Strains Circulating at the Wildlife/livestock Interface of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area. In Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63, pp 58-70.
Jori Massanas FJ, and Etter EMC. 2016. Transmission of foot and mouth disease at the wildlife/livestock interface of the Kruger National Park, South Africa: Can the risk be mitigated? In Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 126, pp 19-29.
Kilany W, Safwat M, Mohammed S, Salim A, Fasina FO, Fasanmi OG, Shalaby A, Dauphin G, Hassan M, Lubroth J, and Jobre Y. 2016. Protective E cacy of Recombinant Turkey Herpes Virus (rHVT-H5) and Inactivated H5N1 Vaccines in Commercial Mulard Ducks against the Highly Pathogenic Avian In uenza (HPAI) H5N1 Clade 2.2.1 Virus. In PLoS One, 11(6), pp 1-17.
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