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Bovine tuberculosis: making a case for effective surveillancePROBST, C; FREULING, C; MOSER, I et al.Epidemiology and infection. 2011, Vol 139, Num 1, pp 105-112, issn 0950-2688, 8 p.Article

A Random Grid Based Molecular Epidemiological Study on EBLV Isolates from GermanyFREULING, C; JOHNSON, N; MARSTON, D. A et al.Developments in biologicals. 2008, Vol 131, pp 301-309, issn 1424-6074, 9 p.Conference Paper

Epidemiology of Rabies in Southeast EuropeJOHNSON, N; FREULING, C; AYLAN, O et al.Developments in biologicals. 2008, Vol 131, pp 189-198, issn 1424-6074, 10 p.Conference Paper

The Financial Challenge of Keeping a Large Region Rabies-Free : the EU ExampleFREULING, C; SELHORST, T; BÄTZA, H. J et al.Developments in biologicals. 2008, Vol 131, pp 273-282, issn 1424-6074, 10 p.Conference Paper

Human rabies due to lyssavirus infection of bat originJOHNSON, N; VOS, A; FREULING, C et al.Veterinary microbiology (Amsterdam). 2010, Vol 142, Num 3-4, pp 151-159, issn 0378-1135, 9 p.Article

Quantitative risk assessment to compare the risk of rabies entering the UK from Turkey via quarantine, the Pet Travel Scheme and the EU Pet Movement PolicyRAMNIAL, V; KOSMIDER, R; AYLAN, O et al.Epidemiology and infection. 2010, Vol 138, Num 8, pp 1114-1125, issn 0950-2688, 12 p.Article

A long-term serological survey on Aujeszky's disease virus infections in wild boar in East GermanyPANNWITZ, G; FREULING, C; KRAMER, M et al.Epidemiology and infection. 2012, Vol 140, Num 2, pp 348-358, issn 0950-2688, 11 p.Article

Pseudorabies virus in wild swine: a global perspectiveMÜLLER, T; HAHN, E. C; TOTTEWITZ, F et al.Archives of virology. 2011, Vol 156, Num 10, pp 1691-1705, issn 0304-8608, 15 p.Article

Rabies epidemiology and control in Turkey: past and presentJOHNSON, N; UN, H; FOOKS, A. R et al.Epidemiology and infection. 2010, Vol 138, Num 3, pp 305-312, issn 0950-2688, 8 p.Article

Characterization of pseudorabies virus of wild boar origin from EuropeMÜLLER, T; KLUPP, B. G; GORTARZAR, C et al.Epidemiology and infection. 2010, Vol 138, Num 11, pp 1590-1600, issn 0950-2688, 11 p.Article

Experimental infection of serotine bats (Eptesicus serotinus) with European bat lyssavirus type 1 aFREULING, C; VOS, A; RUPPRECHT, C. E et al.Journal of general virology. 2009, Vol 90, pp 2493-2502, issn 0022-1317, 10 p., 10Article

Susceptibility of North American big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) to infection with European bat lyssavirus type 1FRANKA, R; JOHNSON, N; MUTTER, T et al.Journal of general virology. 2008, Vol 89, pp 1998-2010, issn 0022-1317, 13 p., 8Article

Epidemiology of bat rabies in GermanyMÜLLER, T; JOHNSON, N; FREULING, C. M et al.Archives of virology. 2007, Vol 152, Num 2, pp 273-288, issn 0304-8608, 16 p.Article

Improved Safety for Molecular Diagnosis of Classical Rabies Viruses by Use of a TaqMan Real-Time Reverse Transcription-PCR Double Check StrategyHOFFMANN, B; FREULING, C. M; WAKELEY, P. R et al.Journal of clinical microbiology (Print). 2010, Vol 48, Num 11, pp 3970-3978, issn 0095-1137, 9 p.Article

Bovine rabies in Turkey: patterns of infection and implications for costs and controlVOS, A; ÜN, H; HAMPSON, K et al.Epidemiology and infection. 2014, Vol 142, Num 9, pp 1925-1933, issn 0950-2688, 9 p.Article

Molecular diversity and evolutionary history of rabies virus strains circulating in the BalkansMCELHINNEY, L. M; MARSTON, D. A; FREULING, C. M et al.Journal of general virology. 2011, Vol 92, pp 2171-2180, issn 0022-1317, 10 p., 9Article

Twenty years of active bat rabies surveillance in Germany: a detailed analysis and future perspectivesSCHATZ, J; OHLENDORF, B; KWASNITSCHKA, L et al.Epidemiology and infection. 2014, Vol 142, Num 6, pp 1155-1166, issn 0950-2688, 12 p.Article

Analysis of vaccine-virus-associated rabies cases in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) after oral rabies vaccination campaigns in Germany and AustriaMULLER, Thomas; BÄTZA, H.-J; MARSTON, D et al.Archives of virology. 2009, Vol 154, Num 7, pp 1081-1091, issn 0304-8608, 11 p.Article

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