Articles by author - Gias E

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Molecular tools for diagnosis of mollusc pathogens
Authors: Johnston C, Gias E
Publication: Surveillance, Volume 37, Issue 4, pp 44-48, Dec 2010
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Article class: Project Report
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Developing high throughput quantitative PCR assays for diagnosing Ikeda and other Theileria orientalis types common to New Zealand in bovine blood samples
Authors: Gias E, McFadden AMJ, Pulford DJ, Bueno IM
Publication: New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 64, Issue 1, pp 29-37, Jan 2016
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Animal type: Cattle
Subject terms: Protozoa, Disease surveillance, Disease control/eradication, Diagnostic procedures
Article class: Scientific Article
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Application of quantitative PCR assays for diagnosing Ikeda and other Theileria orientalis types to examine associations between severity of anaemia and parasitaemia in bovine anaemia outbreaks
Authors: Gias E, Lawrence K, McFadden AMJ, Pulford DJ
Publication: New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 64, Issue 1, pp 60-64, Jan 2016
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Animal type: Cattle
Subject terms: Protozoa, Parasites - external, Diagnostic procedures, Clinical pathology, Circulatory system/haematology
Article class: Scientific Article
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Epidemiology of the epidemic of bovine anaemia associated with Theileria orientalis (Ikeda) between August 2012 and March 2014
Authors: Pomroy WE, Gias E, Lawrence K, McFadden AMJ, Pulford DJ
Publication: New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 64, Issue 1, pp 38-47, Jan 2016
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Animal type: Cattle
Subject terms: Protozoa, Parasites - external, New hosts/new diseases, Epidemiology, Disease transmission
Article class: Scientific Article
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Prevalence and spatial distribution of cattle herds infected with Theileria orientalis in New Zealand between 2012 and 2013
Authors: Gias E, Heuer C, McFadden AMJ, Pulford DJ, Stevens McFadden FJ
Publication: New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 64, Issue 1, pp 55-59, Jan 2016
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Animal type: Cattle
Subject terms: Protozoa, Epidemiology, Environment, Disease transmission, Age
Article class: Scientific Article