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  • Gunn-Moore, D. (2014) Feline tuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium bovis. Veterinary Record, 174(13), pp. 322-323
  • Roberts, T. ... et al. (2014) Unusual cluster of Mycobacterium bovis infection in cats. Veterinary Record, 174(13), pp. 326-328 (open access © 2014 British Veterinary Association) (accessed 30/5/2014)
  • Broughan, J. M. et al. (2013) Mycobacterium bovis infections in domesticated non-bovine mammalian species. Part 2: A review of diagnostic methods. Veterinary Journal, 198(2), pp. 346-351
  • Broughan, J. M. et al. (2013) Mycobacterium bovis infections in domesticated non-bovine mammalian species. Part 1: Review of epidemiology and laboratory submissions in Great Britain 2004-2010. Veterinary Journal, 198(2), pp. 339-345
  • Parsons, S. D. C. et al. (2012) Detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in dogs in a high-risk setting. Research in Veterinary Science 92(3), pp. 414-419
  • Bennett, A. ... et al. (2011) Radiographic changes in cats with mycobacterial infections .Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 13, pp. 718-724
  • Gunn-Moore, D. ... et al. (2011) Mycobacterial disease in cats in Great Britain: 1. Culture results, geographical distribution and clinical presentation of 339 cases. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 13, pp. 934-944
  • Gunn-Moore, D. ... et al. (2011) Mycobacterial disease in a population of 339 cats in Great Britain: 2. Histopathology of 225 cases, and treatment and outcome of 184 cases. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 13, pp. 945-952
  • Buick, W. (2006) TB in domestic species other than cattle and badgers (special issue: bovine TB). Government Veterinary Journal, 16(1), pp. 87-91(accessed 29/4/2014)

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