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1.  Molecular Survey and Genetic Diversity of Bartonella spp. in Small Indian Mongooses (Urva auropunctata) and Their Fleas on Saint Kitts, West Indies.LinkIT
Mau A, Calchi AC, Bittencourt P, Navarrete-Talloni MJ, Sauvé C, Conan A, André MR, Kelly P, Müller A
Microorganisms, 2021
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2.  Tetragomphius melis Infection of the Pancreas in Japanese Badger (Meles meles anakuma).LinkIT
Yoshimura H, Matsuda Y, Yamamoto M, Endo T, Kajigaya H, Tokiwa T, Ishiwata T, Kamiya S
Journal of Nippon Medical School = Nippon Ika Daigaku zasshi, 2015
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3.  Involvement of two genetic lineages of Sarcoptes scabiei mites in a local mange epizootic of wild mammals in Japan.LinkIT
Makouloutou P, Suzuki K, Yokoyama M, Takeuchi M, Yanagida T, Sato H
Journal of wildlife diseases, 2015
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4.  Molecular evidence for hemotropic Mycoplasma infection in a Japanese badger (Meles meles anakuma) and a raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides viverrinus).LinkIT
Harasawa R, Orusa R, Giangaspero M
Journal of wildlife diseases, 2014
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5.  Distribution of wild mammal assemblages along an urban-rural-forest landscape gradient in warm-temperate East Asia.LinkIT
Saito M, Koike F
PloS one, 2013
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6.  Acanthocheilonema delicata n. sp. (Nematoda: Filarioidea) from Japanese badgers (Meles anakuma): description, molecular identification, and Wolbachia screening.LinkIT
Uni S, Bain O, Suzuki K, Agatsuma T, Harada M, Motokawa M, Martin C, Lefoulon E, Fukuda M, Takaoka H
Parasitology international, 2013
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7.  Isolation and phylogenetic analysis of Bartonella species from wild carnivores of the suborder Caniformia in Japan.LinkIT
Sato S, Kabeya H, Miura T, Suzuki K, Bai Y, Kosoy M, Sentsui H, Kariwa H, Maruyama S
Veterinary microbiology, 2012
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8.  Muscular sarcocystosis in wild carnivores in Honshu, Japan.LinkIT
Kubo M, Okano T, Ito K, Tsubota T, Sakai H, Yanai T
Parasitology research, 2009
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9.  Light and scanning electron microscopic study on the tongue and lingual papillae of the Japanese badgers, Meles meles anakuma.LinkIT
Yoshimura K, Shindo J, Kageyama I
Okajimas folia anatomica Japonica, 2009
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10.  Winter hibernation and body temperature fluctuation in the Japanese badger, Meles meles anakuma.LinkIT
Tanaka H
Zoological science, 2006
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