References

Module 2

  1. Dryden MW, Payne PA, Ridley R, et al. Comparison of common fecal flotation techniques for the recovery of parasite eggs and oocysts. Vet Ther 2005;6:15-28.
  2. David ED, Lindquist WD. Determination of the specific gravity of certain helminth eggs using sucrose density gradient centrifugation. J Parasitol 1982;68:916-919.
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Module 9

  1. Thompson MF, Litster AL, Platell JL, Trott DJ. Canine bacterial urinary tract infections: new developments in old pathogens. Veterinary journal. 2011;190(1):22-7.
  2. Thompson MF, Totsika M, Schembri MA, et al. Experimental colonization of the canine urinary tract with the asymptomatic bacteriuria Escherichia coli strain 83972. Vet Microbiol 2011;147:205-208.
  3. Windahl U, Holst B, Nyman A, et al. Characterisation of bacterial growth and antimicrobial susceptibility patterns in canine urinary tract infections. BMC Vet Res 2014;10:217.
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Module 11

  1. Abbington Health n.d., How does a lateral flow test work?, What is a lateral flow immunoassay? Abbington Health, accessed July 19, 2019. <https://www.abingdonhealth.com/contract-services/what-is-a-lateral-flow-immunoassay/ (Links to an external site.)>
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