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Todar, K. (2012).  Todar's Textbook of Bacteriology.
Elmore, S. A., Jones J. L., Conrad P. A., Patton S., Lindsay D. S., & Dubey J. P. (2010).  Toxoplasma gondii: epidemiology, feline clinical aspects, and prevention. Trends in Parasitology. 26,
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Dubey, J. P. (2010).  Toxoplasma gondii infections in chickens (Gallus domesticus): prevalence, clinical disease, diagnosis and public health significance. Zoonoses Public Health. 57,
Dubey, J. P. (2004).  Toxoplasmosis - a waterborne zoonosis. Vet Parasitology. 126,
Dubey, J. P., Lago E. G., Gennari S. M., Su C., & Jones J. L. (2012).  Toxoplasmosis in humans and animals in Brazil: high prevalence, high burden of disease, and epidemiology. Parasitology. 139,
Dubey, J. P., Lago E. G., Gennari S. M., Su C., & Jones J. L. (2012).  Toxoplasmosis in humans and animals in Brazil: high prevalence, high burden of disease, and epidemiology. Parasitology. 139,
Rogers, J.. V., Choi Y.. W., Giannunzio L.. F., Sabourin P.. J., Bornman D.. M., Blosser E.. G., et al. (2007).  Transcriptional responses in spleens from mice exposed to Yersinia pestis CO92. Microbial Pathogenesis. 43, 2.
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