Mycobacterium bovis Infection in Animals and Humans, 2nd Edition
April 2006, Wiley-Blackwell
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2 Public Health Significance of M. Bovis.
3 Human TB due to M. bovis in Latin America and the Carribean.
6 Diagnosis Tests for Bovine Tuberculosis.
7 Molecular Techniques: Applications in Epidemiologic Studies.
8 PCR Detection of M. Tuberculosis Complex in Formalin Fixed Tissues.
9 Economics of Bovine Tuberculosis.
10 A Tuberculosis Outbreak in Farmed Deer in Sweden and its Economic Consequences.
11 Benefit and Cost Assessment of the U. S. Bovine Tuberculosis Eradication Program.
12 The Fall and Rise of Bovine Tuberculosis in Great Britain.
13 Economic Significance of Bovine Tuberculosis in Italy and Impact of Mycobacterium Bovis Infection in Wild Swine.
14 The Impact of Wildlife Reservoirs on M. bovis on Programs for the Eradication of Tuberculosis in Cattle in Ireland.
15 Control and Eradication of Bovine Tuberculosis in Central Europe.
16 Bovine Tuberculosis in Latin American and the Carribean.
17 The Status of Mycobacterium Bovis in India.
18 Bovine Tuberculosis in Russia and the Former States of the Soviet Union.
19 Mycobacterium Bovis in Africa.
20 Current Challenges and Impacts to the U.S. National Bovine Tuberculosis Eradication Program.
21 Impact of Bovine Tuberculosis in Wildlife on a National Eradication Program (Canada).
22 The Bovine Tuerculosis Program in South Africa.
23 Bovine Tuberculosis in China.
24 Mycobacterium Bovis infections in Cattles in Germany.
25 Tuberculosis in Captive Wild Animals.
26 Tuberculosis in Fur Seals and Sea Lions Caused by Mycobacterium pinnipedii.
27 Tuberculosis in Non-human Primates.
28 DNA Vaccines Against Tuberculosis.
29 Bovine Tuberculosis: Environmental Public Health Preparedness Considerations for the Future.