Items where Author is "Sainsbury, A W"

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Sainsbury, A W and Chantrey, J and Ewen, J G and Gurnell, J and Hudson, P and Karesh, W B and Kock, R A and Lurz, P W W and Meredith, A and Tompkins, D M (2020) Implications of squirrelpox virus for successful red squirrel translocations within mainland UK. Conservation Science and Practice, 2 (6). ISSN 2578-4854

Serna, H and Pocknell, A and Sainsbury, A W and Peniche, G and Blake, D P and Beckmann, K M (2018) Eimeria spp. in captive-reared corncrakes (Crex crex): results of GeneScan assay consistent with high prevalence of infection and extra-intestinal life stages. Avian Pathology.

Sainsbury, A W and Chang, Y M and Ågren, E and Vaughan-Higgins, R J and McGill, I S and Molenaar, F and Peniche, G and Foster, J (2017) Disease risk analysis and post-release health surveillance for a reintroduction programme: the pool frog Pelophylax lessonae. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 64 (5). pp. 1530-1548.

Fountain, K I and Jeffs, C and Croft, S and Gregson, J and Lister, J and Evans, A and Carter, I and Chang, Y M and Sainsbury, A W (2017) The influence of risk factors associated with captive rearing on post-release survival in translocated cirl buntings Emberiza cirlus in the UK. Oryx, 51 (2). pp. 332-338.

Quintavalle Pastorino, G and Albertini, M and Carlsen, F and Cunningham, A A and Daniel, B A and Flach, E and Hofer, H and Junhold, J and Kock, R A and Leather, S and Masters, N and Preziosi, R and Routh, A and Sainsbury, A W and Sato, Y and Spencer, W and Pearce-Kelly, P (2015) Project MOSI: rationale and pilot-study results of an initiative to help protect zoo animals from mosquito-transmitted pathogens and contribute data on mosquito spatio–temporal distribution change. International Zoo Yearbook, 49 (1). pp. 172-188.

Jeanes, C and Vaughan-Higgins, R J and Green, R E and Sainsbury, A W and Marshall, R N and Blake, D P (2013) Two new eimeria species parasitic in corncrakes (crex crex) (gruiformes: rallidae) in the United Kingdom. JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY, 99 (4). pp. 634-638.

Martinez-Jimenez, D and Graham, D and Couper, D and Benko, M and Schoeniger, S J and Gurnell, J and Sainsbury, A W (2011) EPIZOOTIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGIC FINDINGS ASSOCIATED WITH A NEWLY DESCRIBED ADENOVIRUS IN THE RED SQUIRREL, SCIURUS VULGARIS. JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES, 47 (2). pp. 442-454.

Carroll, B and Russell, P H and Gurnell, J and Nettleton, P and Sainsbury, A W (2009) Epidemics of squirrelpox virus disease in red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris): temporal and serological findings. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION, 137 (2). pp. 257-265.

Molenaar, F M and Sainsbury, A W and Waters, M and Amin, R (2008) High serum concentrations of iron, transferrin saturation and gamma glutamyl transferase in captive black rhinoceroses (Diceros bicornis). VETERINARY RECORD, 162 (22). pp. 716-721.

Sainsbury, A W and Deaville, R and Lawson, B and Cooley, W A and Farelly, S S J and Stack, M J and Duff, P and McInnes, C J and Gurnell, J and Russell, P H and Rushton, S P and Pfeiffer, D U and Nettleton, P and Lurz, P W W (2008) Poxviral Disease in Red Squirrels Sciurus vulgaris in the UK: Spatial and Temporal Trends of an Emerging Threat. ECOHEALTH, 5 (3). pp. 305-316.

Mudenda, N and Sainsbury, A W and MacGregor, S K and Flach, E J and Owen, R J (2008) Prevalence of Campylobacter species in corncrakes (Crex crex) in a reintroduction programme in the UK. UNSPECIFIED.

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