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Simbizi V, Saulez M, Potts A, Lotter C, and Gummow B. 2016. A study of leptospirosis in South African horses and associated risk factors. In Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 134, pp 6-15.
Somgird C, Sripiboon S, Mahasawangkul S, Boonprasert K, Brown J, Stout TAE, Colenbrander B, and Thitaram C. 2016. Di erential testosterone response to GnRH-induced LH release before and after musth in adult Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) bulls. In Theriogenology, 85, pp 1225-1232.
Souto R, Mutowembwa P, Van Heerden J, Fosgate GT, Heath L, and Vosloo W. 2016. Vaccine Potential of Two Previously Uncharacterized African Swine Fever Virus Isolates from Southern Africa and Heterologous Cross Protection of an Avirulent European Isolate. In Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63, pp 224-231.
Spoormakers T, Graat E, Ter Braake F, Stout TAE, and Bergman H. 2016. Mare and foal survival and subsequent fertility of mares treated for uterine torsion. In Equine Veterinary Journal, 48, pp 172-175.
Tsegay K, Potts A, Aklilu N, Lötter C, and Gummow B. 2016. Circulating serovars of Leptospira in cart horses of central and southern Ethiopia and associated risk factors. In Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 125, pp 106-115.
Tukana A, Hedlefs R, and Gummow B. 2016. Brucella abortus surveillance of cattle in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands and a case for active disease surveillan. In Tropical Animal Health and Production, 48(7), pp 1471-1481.
Xenoulis P, Zoran D, Fosgate GT, Suchodolski J, and Steiner J. 2016. Feline Exocrine Pancreatic Insu ciency: A Retrospective Study of 150 Cases. In Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 30(6), pp 1790-1797.
Olaokun OO, McGaw LJ, Janse van Rensburg I, Elo  JN, and Naidoo V. 2016. Antidiabetic activity of the ethyl acetate fraction of Ficus lutea (Moraceae) leaf extract: comparison of an in vitro assay with an in vivo obese mouse model. In BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 16(110), pp 1-12.
Albers-Wolthers K, de Gier J, Rutten VP, van Kooten P, Leegwater P, Schaefers-Okkens A, and Kooistra H. 2016. The e ects of kisspeptin agonist canine KP-10 and kisspeptin antagonist p271 on plasma LH concentrations. In Theriogenology, 86, pp 589-595.
Arafa A, El-Masry I, Khoulosy S, K. Hassan, M, Soliman M, Fasanmi OG, Fasina FO, Dauphin G, Lubroth J, and Jobre Y. 2016. Predominance and geo-mapping of avian in uenza H5N1 in poultry sectors in Egypt. In Geospatial Health, 11(492), pp 368-374.
Babayani N, van Wyk JA, and Morgan E. 2016. An elaborated SIR model for haemonchosis in sheep in South Africa under a targeted selective anthelmintic treatment regime. In Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 134(2016), pp 160-169.
Barongo M, Bishop R, Fèvre E, Knobel DL, and Ssematimba A. 2016. A Mathematical Model that Simulates Control Options for African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV). In PLoS One, 11(7), pp 1-12.
Bath GF, Penrith ML, and Leask R. 2016. A questionnaire survey on diseases and problems a ecting sheep and goats in communal farming regions of the Eastern Cape province, South Africa. In Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 87(1), pp 1-10.
Berrian A, van Rooyen J, Martínez-López B, Knobel DL, Simpson GJG, Wilkes M, and Conrad P. 2016. One Health pro le of a community at the wildlife-domestic animal interface, Mpumalanga, South Africa. In Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 130, pp 119-128.
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