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    • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS CONCERNING FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE (FMD) 1990-2005 report to Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry by AusVet Animal Health Services Pty Ltd and CSIRO Livestock Industries, Australian Animal Health Laboratory November 21, 2005 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FORESTRY
    • Introduction This bibliography accompanies a report titled Review of the potential impacts of new technologies on Australia’s foot and mouth disease (FMD) planning and policies. The literature search was conducted by repeating the same search (foot and mouth disease) through three online databases: Medline, Biological Abstracts and Cab Abstracts. The search was limited to those references published from 1990 to present. References were checked to remove duplicates and to remove those references that referred to diseases other than foot and mouth disease. Remaining references were collated in Procite® and converted to a word file. The Procite file has also been made available to facilitate searching of the bibliography. The search was repeated in November 2005 and additional references processed as described and merged into the database. A small number of references from earlier than 1990 have been included because they contained specific information of interest to the main report. References have been sorted in alphabetic order by author name. Reference List 1. Aarthi, D.; Ananda Rao, K.; Robinson, R., and Srinivasan, V. A. Validation of binary ethyleneimine (BEI) used as an inactivant for foot and mouth disease tissue culture vaccine. Biologicals. 2004 Sep; 32(3):153-6. 2. Abbas, B. and Omer, O. H. Review of Infectious Diseases of the Camel. Veterinary Bulletin. 2005; 75(8). 3. Abrams, C. C.; King, A. M., and Belsham, G. J. Assembly of foot-and-mouth disease virus empty capsids synthesized by a vaccinia virus expression system. Journal of General Virology. 1995 Dec; 76 (Pt 12):3089-98. 4. Acharya, R.; Fry, E.; Stuart, D.; Fox, G.; Rowlands, D., and Brown, F. The structure of foot-and-mouth disease virus: implications for its physical and biological properties. Veterinary Microbiology. 1990 Jun; 23(1-4):21-34. 5. Adam, D. More culls planned as Britain wrestles with foot-and-mouth. Nature. 2001 Mar 22; 410(6827):398. 6. Adam, D. When the going gets tough... Nature. 2001 Aug 2; 412(6846):472-3. 7. Adam, K. H. and Marquardt, O. Differentiation of type A, Asia1 and O foot-and-mouth disease virus variants, amplified by the same system, by sequencing of the capsid protein genes. Journal of Virological Methods. 2002 Jul; 104(2):117-23. 8. Aggarwal, N. and Barnett, P. V. Antigenic sites of foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV): an analysis of the specificities of anti-fmdv antibodies after vaccination of naturally susceptible host species. Journal of General Virology. 2002 Apr; 83(Pt 4):775-82. 9. Aggarwal, N.; Zhang, Z.; Cox, S.; Statham, R.; Alexandersen, S.; Kitching, R. P., and Barnett, P. V. Experimental studies with foot-and-mouth disease virus, strain O, responsible for the 2001 epidemic in the United Kingdom. Vaccine. 2002 Jun 7; 20(19-20):2508-15. 2
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