2 edition of Serologic survey of Alaska wildlife for microbial pathogens found in the catalog.
Serologic survey of Alaska wildlife for microbial pathogens
Randall L. Zarnke
by State of Alaska, Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation in Juneau, AK (P.O. Box 25526, Juneau 99802)
Written in English
|Statement||by Randall L. Zarnke.|
|Series||Federal aid in wildlife restoration final research report, Federal aid in wildlife restoration research final report.|
|Contributions||Alaska. Division of Wildlife Conservation.|
|LC Classifications||SF996.4 .Z37 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||96622412|
This book explores the range of bacterial, parasitic, and viral pathogens that have been described in wildlife populations in the United States, Europe and other parts of the world. It also addresses important challenges and solutions to balance agriculture, conservation, and public health goals. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 38(4), , pp. – Wildlife Disease Association Serologic Survey for Viral and Bacterial Infections in Western Populations of Canada Lynx (Lynx canadensis) Roman Biek,1 Randall L. Zarnke,2 Colin Gillin,3 Margaret Wild,4,7 John R. Squires,5 and Mary Poss1,6,8.
©Wildlife Disease Association SEROLOGIC SURVEY FORSELECTED MICROBIAL PATHOGENS OF WOLVES INALASKA, Randall andWarren d2 ABSTRACT: Serum samples were collected from wolves which were captured insouthcentral Alaskaduring through Antibodies tothe following infectious disease agents were. Results of serologic survey for selected canine pathogens among wolves (Canis lupus) on the Alaska Peninsula, Alaska, USA, Results for N. caninum and T. gondii include only
This survey documents seroprevalence of selected park cervid populations to domestic livestock pathogens. Further research on the epidemiology of these potential pathogens in wild ungulates in national parks is recommended. Corresponding author at: Wildlife Laboratories Inc., P.O. Box , F Collins, CO , USA. Zarnke RL, Ballard WB. Serologic survey for selected microbial pathogens of wolves in Alaska, J Wildl Dis. ; – Zarnke RL, Ver Hoef JM, DeLong RA. Serologic survey for selected disease agents in wolves (Canis lupus) from Alaska and the Yukon Territory, J Wildl Dis. ; –
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A serologic survey of selected wildlife species from Alaska was conducted. There was little or no evidence of most diseases in most host species. Based on serologic test results, some notable exceptions were apparent: 1 Prevalence of 3 respiratory viruses (infectious bovine rhinotracheitis.
of various Alaskan wildlife populations, a serologic survey has been conducted throughout the state. Disease surveys conducted by means of serologic tests have many advantages: 1. Blood samples are easy to collect.
It is not necessary to sacrifice animals. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Game Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Research Final Report SEROLOGIC SURVEY FOR MICROBIAL PATHOGENS by Randall L. Zarnke Project W, W, W, W, W Job SR.
August Alaska DePartment of Fish and Game Division of Wildlife Conservation. Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Research Proeress RePort I Jub1 30 June Seroloeic Survey of Alaska Wildlife for Microbial Pathoeens.
Randall L Zarnke. Grant W Study June STUDY TITLE: Serologic Survey of Alaska Wildlife for Microbial Pathogens AUTHOR: Randall L Zarnke PERIOD: 1 July –30 June SUMMARY A serologic survey of selected wildlife species from Alaska was conducted.
There was little or no evidence of exposure to most disease agents in most host species. Some notable exceptions were apparent.
Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) has conducted serologic surveys since the early s. During the early years such surveys were limited in the scope of disease agents. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Wildlife Conservation October Serologic Survey of Alaska Wildlife for Microbial Pathogens Randall L.
Zarnke Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Research Final Report Grants W, W, W, W, W Study serologic survey for selected microbial pathogens of wolves in alaska, – Randall L.
Zarnke 1 and Warren B. Ballard 2 1 Alaska Department of Fish and Game, College Road, Fairbanks, AlaskaUSACited by: Serologic survey for selected microbial pathogens in Alaskan wildlife. Zarnke RL. Antibodies to Brucella spp. were detected in sera of seven of 67 (10%) caribou (Rangifer tarandus), one of 39 (3%) moose (Alces alces), and six of (5%) grizzly bears (Ursus arctos).Cited by: serologic survey for selected microbial pathogens in alaskan wildlife Randall L.
Zarnke Alaska Department of Fish and Game, College Road, Fairbanks, AlaskaUSACited by: Serologic Survey for Infectious Pathogens in Free-ranging American Bison.
Alaska wildlife serologic smmrvey Serologic Survey for Selected Microbial Pathogens in. U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Biological Science Center, East Tudor Road, Anchorage, AlaskaUSA 5 Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Raspberry Road, Anchorage, Alaska.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases publishes work on infectious, parasitic, toxic, nutritional, physiologic, and neoplastic diseases impacting wild animals.
Antibodies to Brucella spp. were detected in sera of seven of 67 (10%) caribou (Rangifer tarandus), one of 39 (3%) moose (Alces alces), and six of (5%) grizzly bears (Ursus arctos).
Blood was collected from grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) in seven geographic areas of Alaska from to An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay procedure was used to test sera for evidence of exposure to Trichinella spp.
Serum antibody prevalence ranged from 5% (10 positive of tested) in the Southern Region of the state to 83% ( of tested) in the Northern Region. RANDALL L. ZARNKE and THOMAS M. YUILL () SEROLOGIC SURVEY FOR SELECTED MICROBIAL AGENTS IN MAMMALS FROM ALBERTA, Journal of Wildlife Diseases: JulyVol.
17, No. 3, pp. Serologic survey for bovine pathogens in free-ranging European bison from Poland Article (PDF Available) in Journal of wildlife diseases 27(1) February with 44 Reads. Article Citation: Olga L. Montenegro, Nestor Roncancio, Diego Soler-Tovar, Jimena Cortés-Duque, Jorge Contreras-Herrera, Sandra Sabogal, Luz Dary Acevedo, and Pedro Enrique Navas-Suárez () SEROLOGIC SURVEY FOR SELECTED VIRAL AND BACTERIAL SWINE PATHOGENS IN COLOMBIAN COLLARED PECCARIES (PECARI TAJACU) AND FERAL PIGS (SUS SCROFA).
Journal of Wildlife. Blood was collected from selected wildlife species in specific areas of Alaska (USA) during A modified agglutination test was used to test sera for evidence of exposure to Toxoplasma gondii.
Serum antibody prevalence was 43% (62 positive of tested) for black bears (Ursus americanus), 9% (11/) for wolves (Canis lupus), 7% (22/) for Dall sheep (Ovis dalli), 6% (14/) for. Serologic Survey for Selected Arboviruses and Other Potential Pathogens in Wildlife from Mexico Article (PDF Available) in Journal of wildlife diseases 28(3) August with 47 Reads.
Serologic survey of selected canine pathogens among free-ranging jackals in Kenya Article (PDF Available) in Journal of wildlife diseases 30(4) November with 58 Reads.
A serologic survey for exposure to pathogens in Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) in western North America was s from lynx from six study areas were tested for antibodies to feline parvovirus (FPV), feline coronavirus, canine distemper virus, feline calicivirus, feline herpesvirus, Yersinia pestis, and Francisella tularensis.A subset of samples was tested for feline.serologic survey for toxoplasma gondii in grizzly bears from alaska Randall L.
Zarnke 1, J. P. Dubey 2, O. C. H. Kwok 2, and Jay M. Ver Hoef 1 1 Alaska Department of Fish and Game, College Road, Fairbanks, AlaskaUSA.Wildlife Disease Association SEROLOGIC SURVEY FORSELECTED MICROBIAL PATHOGENS INALASKAN WILDLIFE Randall Alaska Department ofFishandGame, College Road, Fairbanks, AlaskaUSA ABSTRACT: Antibodies toBrucellaspp.
were detected insera ofseven of67 (10%) caribou (Rangifer.