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Lyons, N A and Knight-Jones, T J D and Aldridge, B M and Gordon, P J (2013) Incidence, management and outcomes of uterine torsion in UK dairy cows. CATTLE PRACTICE, 21. pp. 1-6.

Bowen, L and Aldridge, B M and Gulland, F and Woo, J and Van Bonn, W and DeLong, R and Stott, J L and Johnson, M L (2008) Molecular characterization of expressed DQA and DQB genes in the California sea lion (Zalophus californianus). Immunogenetics, 54 (5). pp. 332-347.

King, D P and Chen, C I and Blanchard, M T and Aldridge, B M and Anderson, M and Walker, R and Maas, J and Hanks, D and Hall, M and Stott, J L (2008) Molecular identification of a novel deltaproteobacterium as the etiologic agent of epizootic bovine abortion (foothill abortion). JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY, 43 (2). pp. 604-609.

Bowen, L and Aldridge, B M and Beckmen, K and Gelatt, T and Rea, L and Burek, K and Pitcher, K and Stott, J L (2006) Differential expression of immune response genes in Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus): An indicator of ecosystem health? ECOHEALTH, 3 (2). pp. 109-113.

Bowen, L and Aldridge, B M and Miles, A K and Stott, J L (2006) Expressed MHC class II genes in sea otters (Enhydra lutris) from geographically disparate populations. TISSUE ANTIGENS, 67 (5). pp. 402-408.

Aldridge, B M and Bowen, L and Smith, B R and Antonelis, G A and Gulland, F and Stott, J L (2006) Paucity of class I MHC gene heterogeneity between individuals in the endangered Hawaiian monk seal population. Immunogenetics, 58 (2-3). pp. 203-215.

Bowen, L and Aldridge, B M and Gulland, F and Van Bonn, W and DeLong, R and Melin, S and Lowenstine, J F and Stott, J L and Johnson, M L (2004) Class II multiformity generated by variable MHC- DRB region configurations in the California sea lion ( Zalophus californianus). Immunogenetics, 56 (1). pp. 12-27.

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