Items where Author is "Fourichon, C"

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Sauter-Louis, C and Jones, B A and Henning, J and Stoll, A and Nielen, M and Van Schaik, G and Smolenaars, A and Schouten, M and den Uijl, I and Fourichon, C and Guatteo, R and Madouasse, A and Nusinovici, S and Deprez, P and De Vliegher, S and Laureynes, J and Booth, R and Cardwell, J M and Pfeiffer, D U (2017) Herd-level animal management factors associated with the occurrence of bovine neonatal pancytopenia in calves in a multicountry study. PLoS One, 12 (7).

Jones, B A and Sauter-Louis, C and Henning, J and Stoll, A and Nielen, M and Van Schaik, G and Smolenaars, A and Schouten, M and Ujil, I and Fourichon, C and Guatteo, R and Madouasse, A and Nusinovici, S and Deprez, P and De Vliegher, S D and Laureyns, J and Booth, R E and Cardwell, J M and Pfeiffer, D U (2013) Calf-level factors associated with bovine neonatal pancytopenia – a multi-country case-control study. PLoS One, 8 (12). e80619.

Marce, C and Ezanno, P and Seegers, H and Pfeiffer, D U and Fourichon, C (2011) Predicting fadeout versus persistence of paratuberculosis in a dairy cattle herd for management and control purposes: a modelling study. VETERINARY RESEARCH, 42 (36).

Marce, C and Guatteo, R and Bareille, N and Fourichon, C (2010) Dairy calf housing systems across Europe and risk for calf infectious diseases. Animal, 4 (9). pp. 1588-1596.

Marce, C and Ezanno, P and Weber, M F and Seegers, H and Pfeiffer, D U and Fourichon, C (2010) Modeling within-herd transmission of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis in dairy cattle: A review. JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE, 93 (10). pp. 4455-4470.

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Marce, C and Ezanno, P and Seegers, H and Pfeiffer, D U and Fourichon, C (2011) Within-herd contact structure and transmission of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis in a persistently infected dairy cattle herd. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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