Oral presentations: Sir Arnold Theiler Memorial Lecture: Dr G Bruckner "New challenges for the veterinary profession in global animal disease control and the trade in animals and animal products" -- Canine paediatric gastrointestinal ultrasonography / N Stander, W M Wagner, A Goddard -- The effect of respiratory phase on radiological tracheal dimensions in normal Thoroughbred horses / A Carstens, R M Kirberger, R J Grimbeek -- Morphology of the Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) tongue / M R Crole, J T Soley -- Causes and clinical outcomes of after-hours equine admissions at a university referral hospital ( 1998-2007) /
A Viljoen, M N Saulez, B Gummow, C M Donnellan, L Bester -- Identification of a novel Theileria species from African buffalo using I 8S rRNA gene sequence analysis / M E Chaisi, KP Sibeko, M Troskie, NE Collins, MC Oosthuizen -- Determining the genetic diversity of Theileria equi and Babesia caballi in
Zebra (Equus quagga and Equus zebra) / R Bhoora, B L Penzhorn, A J Guthrie, N E Collins -- Molecular identification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex in livestock and humans in Nigeria / A 0 Jenkins, L Streicher, S I B Cadmus, E H Venter, J Godfroid -- A challenge study to determine the efficacy of Avinew Newcastle disease vaccine against challenge with goose paramyxovirus / D G Bwala, S P R Bisschop, A van Wyk -- The BrEMA I gene: a tool for correlating Babesia rossi genotypes and clinical manifestation of canine babesiosis / P T Matjila, B Carey, A L Leisewitz, T Schetters, F Jongejan, B L Penzhorn -- C-reactive protein in canine babesiosis and its association with outcome /L S Koster, M Van Schoor, A Goddard, M Kjelgaard-Hansen, P N Thompson -- Liver dysfunction rather than adrenal failure contributes to hypoglycaemia in canine babesiosis / J P Schoeman, P Rees, M E Herrtage.
Poster presentations: A novel Babesia species found in cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) in South Africa / A-M Bosman, M C Oosthuizen, E H Venter, B L Penzhorn -- In vitro and in vivo evaluation of five low molecular weight proteins of E. ruminantium as potential vaccine candidates for heartwater / S I Sebatjane, A Pretorius, H Steyn, J Liebenberg, M Yan Kleef -- The evaluation of the susceptibility of Trypanosoma congolense isolates collected from cattle and buffalo in KwaZulu-Natal to isometamidium chloride and diminazene aceturate / J F du Plessis, J Masumu, A R Nkuna, B L Penzhorn, P T Matjila, P van den Bossche -- An update of the bovine trypanosomiases situation at the edge of Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park, KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa / I R Nkuna, J Esterhuizen, T Matjila, B L Penzhorn, S Geerts, T Marcotty, P van den Bossche -- Molecular analysis of M. bovis isolated from buffaloes in Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park, South Africa / A 0 Jenkins, L Streicher, E H Venter, D Cooper, J Godfroid -- Genetic characterization of dog rabies viruses from Nigeria / M F Ogo, L H Nel, C T Sabeta -- Identification of a small Babesia species found in a dog imported from Taiwan / M Troskie, N Mabogoane, O Matthee, B L Penzhorn -- Determination of the minimum protective dose for bluetongue serotype 2, 4 and 8 vaccines in sheep / J Modumo, E H Venter -- Detection of feline coronavirus in cheetahs using real-time PCR / A-M Bosman, M van Yuuren, J S Peck, J M Bernard, M Kennedy -- Serum biochemistry changes in virulent canine babesiosis / J P Schoeman,Y McClure -- Admission serum biochemical parameters are not associated with mortality in puppies with parvo viral diarrhoea / J P Schoeman, M van Schaar -- Prevalence of and risk factors for feline hyperthyroidism in Hong Kong / C S de Wet, C T Mooney, P N Thompson, J P Schoeman -- Major outer membrane proteins of Ehrlichia species are mostly polymorphic and have evolved by gene duplication and genetic drift without positive selection pressure / B A Allsopp -- STR analysis: isolating DNA from semen smears on microscope slides / A Bierman, C Harper, M Schulman, A Nel, I Vorster -- Membrane specialisations in the efferent ducts of the ostrich epididymis / M Z J Elias, J T Soley, TA Aire, L du Plessis -- Admixture and founder origins in captive cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) detected using spatial Bayesian clustering / S P Sasidharan, C K Harper, A Ludwig, I Vorster, A Guthrie.
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