Elephant TB References       
Projects   Background   Mission/Goals/Strategies

A list of 127 Elephant TB references are further below, you may also consider the following:

Tuberculosis in Elephants - Frequently Asked Questions  www.elephantcare.org/TBinfo.htm
ECI Elephant TB Initiative - an extensive downloadable PDF file
Elephant Care International: TB Initiative  Presented at the 2007 meeting of Zoos and Aquariums Committed to Conservation
TB: Implications for Elephant Management in Asia
Presented at the 2006 meeting of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians
India: Elephant Healthcare Project (Elephant Care International)
Elephant TB Initiative - Nepal TB Research (Elephant Care International)

Where can I find more information about TB in humans?

CDC Health Information for International Travel 2008 – Prevention of TB

http://wwwn.cdc.gov/travel/yellowBookCh4-TB.aspx

 

World Health Organization: Tuberculosis

 http://www.who.int/topics/tuberculosis/en/

American Lung Assoc. 2007 Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Fact Sheet  http://www.lungusa.org/site/pp.asp?c=dvLUK9O0E&b=35815

WHO 2006 Emergence of XDR-TB http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/notes/2006/np23/en/index.html


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References for Tuberculosis in Elephants
www.elephantcare.org database / Updated Oct 2007


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     5.    Arora B.M. 1986. Tuberculosis in wildlife in India.  Summer Institute on Health, Production and Management in Wildlife, pp. 67-78. Indian Veterinary Institute, India.

     6.    Auclair B., Mikota S., Peloquin C.A., Aguilar R. and Maslow J.N. 2002. Population pharmacokinetics of antituberculous drugs and treatment of Mycobacterium bovis  infection in Bongo Antelope (Tragelaphus eurycrus isaaci ).Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 33: 193-203.

     7.    Baldrey F.S.H. 1930.  Tuberculosis in an elephant.J.R.Army Vet.Corp. 1: 252.

     8.    Ball R., Dumonceaux G., Olsen J. and Burton M.S. 2006. Comparison of trunk wash results matched to Multiantigen Print Immunoassay (MAPIA) in a group of captive Asian elephants (Elephas maximus).Proceedings International Elephant Conservation and Research Symposium: 242-243.

     9.    Ball R.L., Dumonceaux G., Olsen J.H., Burton M.S. and Lyashchenko K. 2006. Comparison of trunk wash results matched to multiantigen print immunoassay (MAPIA) in a group of captive Asian elephants (Elephas maximus).  2006 Proceedings American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, pp. 303-304.

   10.    Bhat M.N., Manickam R. and Ramkrishna J. 1999. Screening of captive wild animals for tuberculosis.Indian Veterinary Journal 76: 959-961.

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   17.    Chandrasekharan K. 1992. Prevalence of infectious diseases in elephants in Kerala and their treatment. In: Silas EG, Nair MK and Nirmalan G (eds), The Asian Elephant: Ecology, Biology, Diseases, Conservation and Management (Proceedings of the National Symposium on the Asian Elephant held at the Kerala Agricultural University, Trichur, India, January 1989) pp. 148-155. Kerala Agricultural University, Trichur, India.

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   29.    Dumonceaux G. and Mikota S. 2006. Tuberculosis treatment protocols and complications for elephants.Proceedings International Elephant Conservation and Research Symposium: 84-85.

   30.    Dunker F. and Rudovsky M. 1998. Management and treatment of a Mycobacterium tuberculosis positive elephant at the San Francisco Zoo.   Proceedings AAZV and AAWV Joint Conference, pp. 122-123.

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   43.    Harr K., Isaza R. and Harvey J. 2001. Clinicopathological findings in Mycobacterium tuberculosis culture-positive elephants (Elephas maximus) in comparison to clinically normal elephants. In: Kirk Baer C and Wilmette MW (eds), Proceedings American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians, Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians and the National Association of Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians Joint Conference  2001, pp. 209-211. American Association of Zoo Veterinarians.

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   49.    Isaza R. and Ketz C.J. 1999. A Trunk Wash Technique for the Diagnosis of Tuberculosis in Elephants.Verh.ber.Erkrg.Zootiere 39: 121-124.

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   58.    Larsen R.S., Salman M.D., Mikota S.K. et al. 2000. Evaluation of a multiple-antigen enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in captive elephants.Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 31: 291-302.

   59.    Larsen R.S., Kay M., Triantis J. and Salman M.D. 2005. Update on serological detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in Asian elephants.  2005 Proceedings AAZV, AAWV, AZA Nutrition Advisory Group, pp. 62-63.

   60.    Larsen R.S., Salman M.D., Mikota S.K., Isaza R. and Triantis J. 2000. Validation and use of a multiple-antigen ELISA for detection of tuberculosis infections in elephants.  Proc. AAZV and IAAAM Joint Conf., pp. 231-233.

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   63.    Lyashchenko K., Miller M. and Waters W.R. 2005. Application of MAPIA (Multiple antigen print immunoassay) and rapid lateral flow technology for tuberculosis testing of elephants.  2005 Proceedings AAZV, AAWV, AZA Nutrition Advisory Group, pp. 64-65.

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   68.    Maslow J. 1997. Tuberculosis and other mycobacteria as zoonoses.  Proceedings American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, pp. 110-115.

   69.    Maslow J.N., Mikota S.K., Zhu M., Riddle H. and Peloquin C.A. 2005. Pharmacokinetics of ethambutol (EMB) in elephants.J Vet Pharmacol Ther 28: 321-323.

   70.    Maslow J.N., Mikota S.K., Zhu M. et al. 2005. Population pharmacokinetics of isoniazid in the treatment of Mycobacterium tuberculosis among Asian and African elephants (Elephas maximus and Loxodonta
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