Avian Aspergillosis: References Cited – N through R

by Dr. Tara Nath Gaire

Department of Veterinary Medicine and Public Health
Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS), Rampur, Chitwan, Nepal.

Complete Article: Avian Aspergillosis by Dr. Tara Nath Gaire

References Cited: “A” & “B”“C” – “F”“G” – “M” … “N” through “R” (below) … “S” – “Z”

References Cited: “N” through “R”

Nardoni, S.Ceccherelli, R.Rossi, G. and Mancianti, F. 2006. Aspergillosis in Larus cachinnans micaellis: survey of eight cases. Mycopathologia, 161: 317–321. 

Oglesbee, B.L. 1997. “Mycotic diseases”. In Avian Medicine and Surgery, 1st edn, Edited by: Altman, R.B. 323–361. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders Company.

O’Meara DC, Chute HL. Aspergillosis experimentally bproduced in hatching chicks. Avian Diseases 1959; 3: 404-6.

Orosz, S.E. and Frazier, D.L. 1995. Antifungal agents: a review of their pharmacology and therapeutic indications.Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery, 9: 8–18.

Orosz, S.E.Frazier, D.L.Schroeder, E.C.Cox, S.K.Schaeffer, D.O.Doss, S. and Morris, P.J. 1996. Pharmacokinetic properties of itraconazole in blue-fronted Amazon parrots (Amazona aestiva aestiva). Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery, 10: 168–173.

Peden, W.M. and Rhoades, K.R. 1992. Pathogenicity differences of multiple isolates of Aspergillus fumigatus in turkeys. Avian Diseases, 36: 537–542. 

Perelman , B. 1993 . Evaluation of azole anti-mycotic agents using an experimental model of aspergillosis in turkey poults . In Proceedings of the European Conference on Avian Medicine and Surgery 120 . Utrecht, The Netherlands .

Perelman, B. and Kuttin, E.S. 1992. Aspergillosis in ostriches. Avian Pathology, 21: 159–163. 

Pericard , J.M. 2005 . Clinical assessment on the use of fluconazole per os in 24 African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus): acceptance, side effects and efficiency . In T. Bailey , J. Chitty , N. Harcourt-Brown & J. Samour . Proceedings of the 8th European Conference of the Association of Avian Veterinarians, 6th Scientific ECAMS Meeting of the European College of Avian Medicine and Surgery 222 . Arles, France .

Phalen, D.N. 2000. Respiratory medicine of cage and aviary birds. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, 3: 423–452.

Redig , P.T. , Orosz , S. & Cray , C. 1997 . The ELISA as a management guide for aspergillosis in raptors . In M. Doolen (Ed.). In Proceedings of the Annual Conference & Expo of the Association of Avian Veterinarians 99 . Reno, NV, USA .

Redig , P.T. 1994 . Diagnosis of avian aspergillosis Kornelsen M.J. Main Conference Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Association of Avian Veterinarians 355 . Reno, NV, USA .

Redig, P.T. and Duke, G.E. 1985. Comparative pharmacokinetics of antifungal drugs in domestic turkeys, red-tailed hawks, broad-winged hawks, and great-horned owls. Avian Diseases, 29: 649–661. 

Reidarson , T.H. & McBain , J. 1995 . Serum protein electrophoresis and Aspergillus antibody titers as an aid to diagnosis of aspergillosis in penguins Kornelsen M.J. Proceedings of the Annual Conference & Expo of the Association of Avian Veterinarians 61 . Philadelphia, PA, USA .

Richard, J.L. and Thurston, J.R. 1983. Rapid hematogenous dissemination of Aspergillus fumigatus and A. flavusspores in turkey poults following aerosol exposure. Avian Diseases, 27: 1025–1033. 

Richard, J.L.Dvorak, T.J. and Ross, P.F. 1996. Natural occurrence of gliotoxin in turkeys infected with Aspergillus fumigatus, Fresenius. Mycopathologia, 134: 167–170. 

Richard, J.L.Peden, W.M. and Sacks, J.M. 1991. Effects of adjuvant-augmented germling vaccines in turkey poults challenged with Aspergillus fumigatus. Avian Diseases, 35: 93–99. 

Richard, J.L.Peden, W.M. and Williams, P.P. 1994. Gliotoxin inhibits transformation and is cytotoxic to turkey peripheral blood lymphocytes. Mycopathologia, 126: 109–114. 


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