Show ONLY these Collection Types:
Show ONLY these Licence Types:
Show ONLY these Categories:
Show ONLY these People:
Show ONLY these Projects:
Showing results for: [ Veterinary Virology ]
An overview of the morphology and life cycle of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, the cause of chytridiomycosis of amphibians, is presented.
CLSD Electron Microscopy (Diagnosis) - 4. AAHL Research ABMF (1047) - Published 05 Jul 2012
During routine sampling and testing, as part of a systematic surveillance program, an aquatic birnavirus was isolated from 'pinhead' Atlantic salmon Salmo salar, approximately 10 mo old, farmed in net... more-pens located in Macquaire Harbour on the west coast of Tasmania, Australia.less
CLSD Electron Microscopy (Diagnosis) - 1. AAHL Diagnostics (1047) - Published 05 Jul 2012
Polyclonal antibodies were produced for diagnosing chytridiomycosis in amphibians. Antisera from all animals reacted strongly with all stages of B . dendrobatidis and stained the walls, cytoplasm, rhi... morezoids and zooospores in an indirect immunoperoxidase test.less
Ten juvenile green pythons (Chondropython viridi) died or were euthanized shortly after having been illegally imported into Australia form Indonesia in 1998. An iridovirus was isolated and identified ... moreby electron microscopy.less
Electron micrographs of negative stained nucleocapsid particles derived from the supernatant of Hendra virus infected VERO cells.
CLSD Electron Microscopy (Diagnosis) - 9. AAHL Bats (1044/1209) - Published 05 Jul 2012