Items where Author is "Delahay, R J"

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Silk, M J and Drewe, J A and Delahay, R J and Weber, N and Steward, L C and Wilson-Aggarwal, J and Boots, M and Hodgson, D J and Croft, D P and McDonald, R A (2018) Quantifying direct and indirect contacts for the potential transmission of infection between species using a multilayer contact network. Behaviour, 155 (7-9).

Buzdugan, S N and Chambers, M A and Delahay, R J and Drewe, J A (2017) Quantitative interferon-gamma responses predict future disease progression in badgers naturally infected with Mycobacterium bovis. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION, 145 (15). pp. 3204-3213. ISSN 0950-2688

Buzdugan, S N and Vergne, T and Grosbois, V and Delahay, R J and Drewe, J A (2017) Inference of the infection status of individuals using longitudinal testing data from cryptic populations: Towards a probabilistic approach to diagnosis. Scientific Reports (Nature), 7.

Buzdugan, S N and Chambers, M A and Delahay, R J and Drewe, J A (2016) Diagnosis of tuberculosis in groups of badgers: an exploration of the impact of trapping efficiency, infection prevalence and the use of multiple tests. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION, 144 (8). pp. 1717-1727.

Drewe, J A and O'Connor, H M and Weber, N and McDonald, R A and Delahay, R J (2013) Patterns of direct and indirect contact between cattle and badgers naturally infected with tuberculosis. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION, 141 (7). pp. 1467-1475.

Drewe, J A and Weber, N and Carter, S P and Bearhop, S and Harrison, X A and Dall, S R X and McDonald, R A and Delahay, R J (2012) Performance of Proximity Loggers in Recording Intra and Inter-Species Interactions: A Laboratory and Field- Based Validation Study. PLoS One, 7 (6). e39068.

Drewe, J A and Tomlinson, A J and Walker, N J and Delahay, R J (2010) Diagnostic Accuracy and Optimal Use of Three Tests for Tuberculosis in Live Badgers. PLoS One, 5 (6). e11196.

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