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作者:Sabine Scharf , Volkmar Stenzel
来源:[J].Journal of Coatings Technology and Research(IF 1.094), 2017, Vol.14 (4), pp.809-816
摘要:The use of microcapsules containing healing agents, which can serve as source of self-healing for coatings, was investigated. The appropriate self-repairing coatings are designed to be used for heavy-duty corrosion protection or for the protection of moisture-sensitive subst...
作者:Sabine Scharf , Bailey Vitek ...
来源:[J].PLoS ONE(IF 3.73), 2017, Vol.12 (3)
摘要:Wild birds are considered as a reservoir for avian chlamydiosis posing a potential infectious threat to domestic poultry and humans. Analysis of 894 cloacal or fecal swabs from free-living birds in Poland revealed an overall Chlamydiaceae prevalence of 14.8% (n = 132) with the hi...
作者:... Helmut Hotzel , Sabine Scharf , Konrad Sachse
来源:[J].The Veterinary Journal(IF 2.424), 2008, Vol.181 (3), pp.274-279
摘要:Abstract(#br)Reports of canine chlamydiosis are infrequent, possibly because the pathogen is rarely considered to be a cause of disease in dogs. This report presents details of Chlamydophila psittaci infection in four bitches with recurrent keratoconjunctivitis, severe respirator...
作者:Sabine Scharf , Bailey Vitek ...
来源:[J].PLOS ONE(IF 3.73), 2017, Vol.12 (3)
摘要:Wild birds are considered as a reservoir for avian chlamydiosis posing a potential infectious threat to domestic poultry and humans. Analysis of 894 cloacal or fecal swabs from free-living birds in Poland revealed an overall Chlamydiaceae prevalence of 14.8% (n = 132) with the hi...
作者:Sabine Scharf , Konrad Sachse ...
来源:[J].PLOS ONE(IF 3.73), 2016, Vol.11 (5)
摘要:Enteric infections caused by Chlamydia (C . ) psittaci are frequent in ducks, but mostly remain subclinical under field conditions. To emulate natural infection, we investigated the pathogenic potential of a C . psittaci field strain in orally inoculated 4-day-old ducklings. Thre...

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