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2004Coyotes (Canis latrans) are definitive hosts of Neospora caninumGondim, L.; McAllister, M.; Pitt, W.; Zemlicka, D.
2002Improved production of Neospora caninum oocysts, cyclical oral transmission between dogs and cattle, and in vitro isolation from oocystsGondim, L.; Gao, L.; McAllister, M.
2008Chickens (Gallus domesticus) are natural intermediate hosts of Neospora caninumCosta, K.; Santos, S.; Uzeda, R.; Pinheiro, A.; Almeida, M.; Araujo, F.; McAllister, M.; Gondim, L.
2005Neospora caninum infection in a free-ranging raccoon (Procyon lotor) with concurrent canine distemper virus infectionLemberger, K.; Gondim, L.; Pessier, A.; McAllister, M.; Kinsel, M.
2007Loss of infectivity of Neospora caninum oocysts maintained for a prolonged timeUzeda, R.; Costa, K.; Santos, S.; Pinheiro, A.; Almeida, M.; McAllister, M.; Gondim, L.
2005Effects of host maturity and prior exposure history on the production of Neospora caninum oocysts by dogsGondim, L.; McAllister, M.; Gao, L.
2007Neospora caninum in cattle: Experimental infection with oocysts can result in exogenous transplacental infection, but not endogenous transplacental infection in the subsequent pregnancyMcCann, C.; McAllister, M.; Gondim, L.; Smith, R.; Cripps, P.; Kipar, A.; Williams, D.; Trees, A.
2009Canine and bovine Neospora caninum control sera examined for cross-reactivity using Neospora caninum and Neospora hughesi indirect fluorescent antibody testsGondim, L.; Lindsay, D.; McAllister, M.
2005Naturally occurring Sarcocystis neurona-like infection in a dog with myositisVashisht, K.; Lichtensteigera, C.; Miller, L.; Gondim, L.; McAllister, M.
2005IgG avidity pattern in cattle after ingestion of Neospora caninum oocystsBjorkman, C.; Gondim, L.; Naslund, K.; Trees, A.; McAllister, M.