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Milne, G and Fujimoto, C and Bean, T and Peters, H J and Hemmington, M and Taylor, C and Fowkes, R C and Martineau, H M and Hamilton, C M and Walker, M and Mitchell, J A and Léger, E and Priestnall, S L and Webster, J P (2020) Infectious Causation of Abnormal Host Behavior: Toxoplasma gondii and Its Potential Association With Dopey Fox Syndrome. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11. p. 513536. ISSN 1664-0640

Jones, A L and Suárez-Bonnet, A and Mitchell, J A and Ramirez, G A and Stidworthy, M F and Priestnall, S L (2020) Avian Papilloma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma: a Histopathological, Immunohistochemical and Virological study. JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PATHOLOGY, 175. pp. 13-23.

Szczepanski, A and Owczarek, K and Bzowska, M and Gula, K and Drebot, I and Ochman, M and Maksym, B and Rajfur, Z and Mitchell, J A and Pyrc, K (2019) Canine Respiratory Coronavirus, Bovine Coronavirus, and Human Coronavirus OC43: Receptors and Attachment Factors. Viruses, 11 (4). p. 328.

Szczepanski, A and Owczarek, K and Milewska, A and Baster, Z and Rajfur, Z and Mitchell, J A and Pyrc, K (2018) Canine respiratory coronavirus employs caveolin-1-mediated pathway for internalization to HRT-18G cells. VETERINARY RESEARCH, 49. p. 55.

Mitchell, J A and Cardwell, J M and Leach, H and Walker, C A and Le Poder, S and Decaro, N and Rusvai, M and Egberink, H and Rottier, P and Fernandez, M and Fragkiadaki, E and Shields, S and Brownlie, J (2017) European surveillance of emerging pathogens associated with canine infectious respiratory disease. VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY, 212. pp. 31-38.

Stoll, A L and Mitchell, J A and Priestnall, S L (2016) Clinical Signs, Neuroanatomical Distribution and Histopathological Characterization of Meningoencephalitis in Wild Red Foxes (Vulpes vulpes) Associated with a Novel Fox Circovirus. JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PATHOLOGY.

Caddy, S L and De Rougemont, A and Emmott, E and El-Attar, L M R and Mitchell, J A and Hollinshead, M and Belliot, G and Brownlie, J and Le Pendu, J and Goodfellow, I (2015) Evidence for human norovirus infection of dogs in the UK. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY, 53 (6). pp. 1873-1883.

Mitchell, J A and Brownlie, J (2015) The challenges in developing effective canine infectious respiratory disease vaccines. Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, 67 (3). pp. 372-381.

Mitchell, J A and Cardwell, J M and Renshaw, R W and Dubovi, E J and Brownlie, J (2013) Detection of canine pneumovirus in dogs with canine infectious respiratory disease. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY, 51 (12). pp. 4112-4119.

Priestnall, S L and Mitchell, J A and Walker, C A and Erles, K and Brownlie, J (2013) New and Emerging Pathogens in Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease. VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY, 51 (2). pp. 492-504.

Caddy, S and Emmott, E and El-Attar, L M R and Mitchell, J A and De Rougemont, A and Brownlie, J and Goodfellow, I (2013) Serological Evidence for Multiple Strains of Canine Norovirus in the UK Dog Population. PLoS One, 8 (12). e81596.

Mitchell, J A and Brooks, H W and Szladovits, B and Erles, K and Gibbons, R and Shields, S and Brownlie, J (2013) Tropism and pathological findings associated with canine respiratory coronavirus (CRCoV). VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY, 162 (2-4). pp. 582-594.

Mitchell, J A and Brooks, H W and Shiu, K and Brownlie, J and Erles, K (2009) Development of a quantitative real-time PCR for the detection of canine respiratory coronavirus. JOURNAL OF VIROLOGICAL METHODS, 155 (2). pp. 136-142.

Priestnall, S L and Mitchell, J A and Brooks, H W and Brownlie, J and Erles, K (2009) Quantification of mRNA encoding cytokines and chemokines and assessment of ciliary function in canine tracheal epithelium during infection with canine respiratory coronavirus (CRCoV). VETERINARY IMMUNOLOGY AND IMMUNOPATHOLOGY, 127 (1-2). pp. 38-46.

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Six, H and Mitchell, J A and Anton, C and Siedek, E and Tena, J K and Stegemann, M R (2012) EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF MAVACOXIB IN COMPARISON WITH CARPROFEN IN THE TREATMENT OF PAIN AND INFLAMMATION ASSOCIATED WITH DEGENERATIVE JOINT DISEASE IN DOGS PRESENTED AS VETERINARY PATIENTS. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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