Infectious Agents in Laboratory Rodents and Rabbits Bacterial Infections


Clostridium piliforme

Helicobacter spp.

Bordetella bronchiseptica

Cilia-Associated Respiratory (CAR) Bacillus

Corynebacterium spp.

Citrobacter rodentium


Streptobacillus moniliformis Streptococcus spp. Staphylococci Pseudomonas spp. Mycoplasma spp. Chlamydia spp. Dermatophytes Viral Infections

DNA-Viruses RNA-Viruses

Parasitological Infestations Microbial Interference with Animal Experiments

Pathological Changes, Clinical Disease, and Mortality

Contamination of Biological Products


Physiological Modulation

Interference with Reproduction

Competition Between Microorganisms within the Animal Modulation of Oncogenesis Eradication Methods

Cesarian Section Embryo Transfer

Cessation of Breeding and Burnout Stamping Out Antibiotic Treatment Vaccination Containment Facilities Barrier Housing Cubicles and Filter Cabinets

Filter-Top Cages and Individually Ventilated Cage Systems (IVC) Isolators Health Monitoring Scope

Sampling Strategies Choice of Method Reporting Sentinels

Screening of Biological Materials Quarantine Housing of Animals Imported from Nonvendor Sources References

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