References (Treatment, Prevention, Control and Eradication)

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Beveridge, W. I. B. (1941). Foot-rot in Sheep: a Transmissible Disease due to Infection with Fusiformis nodosus (n.sp.). Studies on its Cause, Epidemiology and Control. Bulletin No. 40, Melbourne, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research.

Claxton, P. D. (1989) Antigenic classification of Bacteroides nodosusIn: Egerton, J. R., Yong, W. K. & Riffkin, G. G. (eds.) Footrot and foot abscess of ruminants. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press Inc. pp. 

Claxton, P. D., Ribeiro, L. A. and Egerton, J. R. (1983) Classification of Bacteroides nodosus by agglutination tests. Australian Veterinary Journal, 60, 331-334. 

Dhungyel, O., Hunter, J. and Whittington, R. (2014) Footrot vaccines and vaccination. Vaccine, 32, 3139-3146. 

Dhungyel, O., Schiller, N., Eppleston, J., Lehmann, D., Nilon, P., Ewers, A. and Whittington, R. (2013) Outbreak-specific monovalent/bivalent vaccination to control and eradicate virulent ovine footrot. Vaccine, 31, 1701-1706. 

Dhungyel, O. P., Lehmann, D. R. and Whittington, R. J. (2008) Pilot trials in Australia on eradication of footrot by flock specific vaccination. Veterinary Microbiology, 132, 364-371. 10.1016/j.vetmic.2008.05.027

Dhungyel, O. P. and Whittington, R. J. (2009) Modulation of inter-vaccination interval to avoid antigenic competition in multivalent footrot (Dichelobacter nodosus) vaccines in sheep. Vaccine, 28, 470-473. 10.1016/j.vaccine.2009.10.012

Egerton, J. (1986) Control and eradication of ovine footrot. In: Stewart, D. J., Peterson, J. E., Mckern, N. M. & Emery, D. L. (eds.) Footrot in Ruminants. Proceedings of a Workshop, Melbourne 1985. . Melbourne: CSIRO and Australian Wool Corporation. pp. 35-42

Egerton, J. R., Ghimire, S. C., Dhungyel, O. P., Shrestha, H. K., Joshi, H. D., Joshi, B. R., Abbott, K. A. and Kristo, C. (2002) Eradication of virulent footrot from sheep and goats in an endemic area of Nepal and an evaluation of specific vaccination. The Veterinary Record, 151, 290-5. 

Ghimire, S. C., Egerton, J. R., Dhungyel, O. P. and Joshi, H. D. (1998) Identification and characterisation of serogroup M among Nepalese isolates of Dichelobacter nodosus, the transmitting agent of footrot in small ruminants. Veterinary Microbiology, 62, 217-233. Doi 10.1016/S0378-1135(98)00206-5

Gurung, R. B., Dhungyel, O. P., Tshering, P. and Egerton, J. R. (2006) The use of an autogenous Dichelobacter nodosusvaccine to eliminate clinical signs of virulent footrot in a sheep flock in Bhutan. Veterinary Journal, 172, 356-363. 10.1016/j.tvjl.2005.04.032

Hunt, J. D., Jackson, D. C., Brown, L. E., Wood, P. R. and Stewart, D. J. (1994) Antigenic competition in a multivalent foot rot vaccine. Vaccine, 12, 457-464. 

Raadsma, H. W., O’meara, T. J., Egerton, J. R., Lehrbach, P. R. and Schwartzkoff, C. L. (1994) Protective antibody titres and antigenic competition in multivalent Dichelobacter nodosus fimbrial vaccines using characterised rDNA antigens. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology, 40, 253-74. 

Whittington, R. and Dhungyel, O. (2010). Eradicating footrot by specific vaccination. Final report on Project EC511, Sydney, Australian Wool Innovation Limited (AWI).

Whittington, R., Dhungyel, O. and Mcpherson, A. (2016) Diagnostic advances with ovine footrot. Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Conference, Dubbo. Dubbo: Australian Sheep Veterinarians. pp. 169-174

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