• Pépin M
  • SPERural 2002
  • Mai 2002
  • : Maladies infectieuses
  • : Petits ruminants
  • : Bibliographie

[1] Aleman M., Spier S.J., Wilson W.D., Doherr M., Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection in horses: 538 cases (1982-1993). J.Am.Vet.Med.Assoc. 209 (1996) 804-809.
[2] Augustine J.L., Renshaw H.W., Survival of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis in axenic purulent exsudate on common barnyards fomites. Am.J.Vet.Res. 47 (1986) 713-715.
[3] Boukerrou A., Ganière J.-P., El Solh N., André G., Garros D., Analyse bactériologique d'un coque gram positif (microcoque de Morel) isolé chez des ovins atteints de la maladie des abcès. Rev.Med.Vet. 136 (1985) 391-397.
[4] Brown C.C., Olander H.J., Biberstein E.L., Morse S.M., Use of a toxoid vaccine to protect goats against intradermal challenge exposure to Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis. Am.J.Vet.Res. 47 (1986) 1116-1119.
[5] De La Fuente R., Suarez G., Respiratory deficient Staphylococcus aureus as the aetiological agent of "abscess disease". Zbl.Vet.Med.B 32 (1985) 397-406.
[6] De La Fuente R., Suarez G., Schleifer K.H., Staphylococcus aureus subsp. anaerobius subsp. nov., the causal agent of abscess disease of sheep. Int.J.Syst.Bacteriol. 35 (1985) 99-102.
[7] Eggleton D.G., Middleton H.D., Doidge C.V., Minty D.W., Immunisation against ovine caseous lymphadenitis: comparison of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis vaccines with and without bacterial cells. Aust.Vet.J. 68 (1991) 317-319.
[8] Ellis J.A., Hawk D.A., Holler L.D., Mills K.W., Pratt D.L., Differential antibody responses to Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis in sheep with naturally acquired caseous lymphadenitis. J.Am.Vet.Med.Assoc. 196 (1990) 1609-1613.
[9] Ellis T.M., Sutherland S.S., Wilkinson F.C., Mercy A.R., Paton M.W., The role of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis lung lesions in the transmission of this bacterium to other sheep. Aust.Vet.J. 64 (1987) 261-263.
[10] Gates N.L., Everson D.O., Hulet C.V., Effects of thin ewe syndrome on reproductive efficiency. J.Am.Vet.Med.Assoc. 171 (1977) 1266-1267.
[11] Guilloteau L., Pépin M., Pardon P., Le Pape A., Recruitment of 99m-Technetium or 111-Indium-labelled polymorphonuclear leucocytes in experimentally induced pyogranulomas in lambs. J.Leuk.Biol. 48 (1990) 343-352.
[12] Hodgson A.L.M., Krywult J., Corner L.A., Rothel J.S., Radford A.J., Rational attenuation of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis: potential cheesy gland vaccine and live delivery vehicle. Infect.Immun. 60 (1992) 2900-2905.
[13] Jolly R.D., Some observations on surface lipids of virulent and attenuated strains of Corynebacterium ovis. J.Appl.Bacteriol. 29 (1966) 189-196.
[14] LeaMaster B.R., Shen D.T., Gorham J.R., Leathers C.W., Wells H.D., Efficacy of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis bacterin for the immunologic protection of sheep against development of caseous lymphadenitis. Am.J.Vet.Res. 48 (1987) 869-872.
[15] McNamara P.J., Bradley G.A., Songer J.G., Targeted mutagenesis of the phospholipase D gene results in decreased virulence of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis. Mol.Microbiol. 12 (1994) 921-930.
[16] Menzies P.I., Muckle C.A., Brogden K.A., Robinson L., A field trial to evaluate a whole cell vaccine for the prevention of caseous lymphadenitis in sheep and goats flocks. Can.J.Vet.Res. 55 (1991) 362-366.
[17] Muckle C.A., Gyles C.L., Relation of lipid content and exotoxin production to virulence of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis. Am.J.Vet.Res. 44 (1983) 1149-1153.
[18] Nairn M.E., Robertson J.P., Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection of sheep: role of skin lesions and dipping fluids. Aust.Vet.J. 50 (1974) 537-542.
[19] Paton M., Sutherland S.S., Rose A.L., Hart R.A., Mercy A.R., Ellis T.M., The spread of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection to unvaccinated and vaccinated sheep. Aust.Vet.J. 72 (1995) 266-269.
[20] Paton M.W., Mercy A.R., Wilkinson F.C., Gardner J.J., Sutherland S.S., Ellis T.M., The effects of caseous lymphadenitis on wool production and bodyweight in young sheep. Aust.Vet.J. 65 (1988) 117-119.
[21] Paton M.W., Rose I.R., Hart R.A., Sutherland S.S., Mercy A.R., Ellis T.M., Post-shearing management affects the seroincidence of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection in sheep flocks. Prev.Vet.Med. 26 (1996) 275-284.
[22] Paton M.W., Rose I.R., Hart R.A., Sutherland S.S., Mercy A.R., Ellis T.M., Dhaliwal J.A., New infection with Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis reduces wool production. Aust.Vet.J. 71 (1994) 47-49.
[23] Peel M.M., Palmer G.G., Stacpoole A.M., Kerr T.G., Human lymphadenitis due to Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis: report of ten cases from Australia and review. Clin.Infect.Dis. 24 (1997) 185-191.
[24] Pépin M., Boisramé A., Marly J., Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis: biochemical properties, production of toxin and virulence of ovine and caprine strains. Ann.Rech.Vet. 20 (1989) 111-115.
[25] Pépin M., Fontaine J.J., Pardon P., Marly J., Parodi A.L., Histopathology of the early phase during experimental Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection in lambs. Vet.Microbiol. 29 (1991) 123-134.
[26] Pépin M., Marly J., Pardon P., Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection in sheep and the complement fixation test for paratuberculosis. Vet.Rec. 120 (1987) 236-236.
[27] Pépin M., Pardon P., Marly J., Lantier F., Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection in adult ewes by inoculation in the external ear. Am.J.Vet.Res. 49 (1988) 459-463.
[28] Pépin M., Sanchis R., Paton M., La lymphadénite caséeuse des ovins et des caprins. Le Point Vétérinaire 30 (1999) 1-7.
[29] Pépin M., Seow H.F., Corner L.A., Rothel J.S., Hodgson A.L.M., Wood P.R., Cytokine gene expression in sheep following experimental infection with various strains of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis differing in virulence. Vet.Res. 28 (1997) 149-163.
[30] Renshaw H.W., Graff V.P., Gates N.L., Visceral caseous lymphadenitis in thin ewe syndrome: isolation of Corynebacterium, Staphylococcus, and Moraxella spp from internal abscesses in emaciated ewes. Am.J.Vet.Res. 40 (1979) 1110-1114.
[31] Richard Y., Fontaine M., Oudar J., Fontaine M.P., Contribution à l'étude de l'épidémiologie et de la pathogénie de la maladie des abcès du mouton. Comp.Immun.Microbiol.Infect.Dis. 2 (1979) 125-148.
[32] Schreuder B.E.C., Ter Laak E.A., De Gee A.L.W., Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis in milk of CL affected goats. Vet.Rec. 127 (1990) 127-127.
[33] Tachedjian M., Krywult J., Moore R.J., Hodgson A.L.M., Caseous lymphadenitis vaccine development: site-specific inactivation of the Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis phospholipase D. Vaccine 13 (1995) 1785-1792.
[34] Yeruham I., Braverman Y., Shpigel N.Y., Chizov-Ginzburg A., Saran A., Winkler M., Mastitis in dairy cattle caused by Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and the feasibility of transmission by houseflies. Vet.Quart. 18 (1996) 87-89.
[35] Zhao H.K., Yonekawa K., Takahashi T., Kikuchi N., Hiramune T., Isolation of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis from the cervical canal of clinically normal sows. Res.Vet.Sci. 55 (1993) 356-359.