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References

  1. Nusinovici S. et al. 2015. Q Fever infection in dairy cattle herds: increased risk with high wind speed and low precipitation. Epidemiology & Infection 143.15 (2015): 3316-3326.
  2. Maurin M. & Raoult D. 1999. Q Fever. Clinical microbiology reviews, 12(4), 518-553.
  3. Williams J. 1991. Virulence and pathogenicity of Coxiella burnetii for various hosts. In: Williams J, Thompson H, editors. The biology of Coxiella burnetii. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press; 1991
  4. Eldin C. et al. 2016. From Q Fever to Coxiella burnetii Infection: a Paradigm Change. Clinical microbiology reviews 30.1 (2017): 115-190.
  5. Velasova M. et al. 2017. Herd-level prevalence of selected endemic infectious diseases of dairy cows in Great Britain. J. Dairy Sci. 100:9215–9233
  6. Valergakis G. et al. 2012. Coxiella burnetii in bulk tank milk of dairy cattle in south-west England. Vet Record 11;171(6):156, 1-2
  7. Ryan E.D. et al. 2011. Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii (Q Fever) antibodies in bovine serum and bulk-milk samples. Epidemiol. Infect. (2011), 139, 1413–1417.
  8. McCaughey C. et al. 2010. Coxiella burnetii (Q Fever) seroprevalence in cattle. Epidemiol. Infect. (2010), 138, 21–27.
  9. Agerholm J.S. 2013. Coxiella burnetii associated reproductive disorders in domestic animals-a critical review. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2013, 55:13
  10. Ordronneau, S., 2012. Impact de la vaccination et de l'antibiothérapie sur l'incidence des troubles de la reproduction et sur la fertilité dans des troupeaux bovins laitiers infectés par Coxiella burnetii. INRA - ONIRIS, 1300 BioEpAR Biologie, Epidémiologie et Analyse du Risque. Centre de Recherche Angers-Nantes,Nantes, France
  11. Valla, G.,2014. Prevalenza di Coxiella burnetii nel latte di massa in allevamenti di bovine da latte italiani e possibile correlazione con problemi riproduttivi. Large Animal Review 51–56.
  12. Dobos A. et al. 2020. Serological screening for Coxiella burnetii in the context of early pregnancy loss in dairy cows. Acta Veterinaria Hungarica 68.3 (2020): 305-309.
  13. Berri M. et al.  2007. Goats may experience reproductive failures and shed Coxiella burnetii at two successive parturitions after a Q Fever infection. Research in Veterinary Science 83 (2007) 47–52
  14. Rousset E. et al. 2009. Coxiella burnetii Shedding Routes and Antibody Response after Outbreaks of Q Fever-Induced Abortion in Dairy Goat Herds. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75.2 (2009): 428-433.
  15. Van de Brom R. et al. 2015. Coxiella burnetii infections in sheep or goats: an opinionated review. Veterinary Microbiology 181 (2015) 119–129
  16. Caneveri J.T. et al. 2018. The prevalence of Coxiella burnetii shedding in dairy goats at the time of parturition in an endemically infected enterprise and associated milk yield losses BMC Veterinary Research (2018) 14:353
  17. Guatteo R. et al. 2011. Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii infection in domestic ruminants: A critical review. Veterinary Microbiology 149 (2011) 1–16.
  18. Roest H. et al. 2011. The Q Fever epidemic in The Netherlands: history, onset, response and reflection Epidemiol. Infect. (2011), 139, 1–12.
  19. Cutler, S. et al. 2007.Q Fever. J. Infect. 2007, 54, 313–318.
  20. Sawyer L.A. et al. 1987. Q Fever: current concepts. Rev Infect Dis 1987; 9: 935-46.
  21. Dragan A. & Voth D. 2020. Coxiella burnetii: International pathogen of mystery. Microbes Infect. 2020 22(3): 100–110.
  22. Arricau-Bouvery N. & Rodolakis A. 2005. Is Q Fever an emerging or re-emerging zoonosis?  Vet. Res. 36 (2005) 327–349
  23. Halsby K.D et al. 2017. The Epidemiology of Q Fever in England and Wales 2000–2015. Vet. Sci. 2017, 4, 28
  24. Van Woerden H.C. et al.2004.  Q Fever Outbreak in Industrial Setting. Emerging infectious diseases, 10(7), 1282.
  25. Wilson, L.E. et al. 2010. Investigation of a Q Fever outbreak in a Scottish co-located slaughterhouse and cutting plant. Zoonoses Public. Health 2010, 57, 493–498.
  26. Wouda W. & Dercksen D. 2007. Abortion and stillbirth among dairy goats as a consequence of Coxiella burnetii. Tijdschrift voor diergeneeskunde 132.23 (2007): 908-911. (In Dutch)
  27. Astobiza I. et al. 2013. Evaluation of the efficacy of oxytetracycline treatment followed by vaccination against Q Fever in a highly infected sheep flock. The Veterinary Journal 196 (2013) 81–85
  28. Taurel A. et al. 2012. Effectiveness of vaccination and antibiotics to control Coxiella burnetii shedding around calving in dairy cows. Veterinary Microbiology 159 (2012) 432–437
  29. Arricau-Bouvery N. et al. 2005. Effect of vaccination with phase I and phase II Coxiella burnetii vaccines in pregnant goats. Vaccine 23 (2005) 4392–4402.
  30. Guatteo R. et al.  2008. Prevention of Coxiella burnetii shedding in infected dairy herds using a phase I C. burnetii inactivated vaccine. Vaccine. 26(34):4320-4328
  31. Pinero A. et al. 2014. Progression of Coxiella burnetii infection after implementing a two-year vaccination program in a naturally infected dairy cattle herd. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2014, 56:47
  32. Taurel A. et al 2014. Vaccination using phase I vaccine is effective to control Coxiella burnetii shedding in infected dairy cattle herds. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 37 (2014) 1– 9
  33. Angelakis E & Raoult D. 2010. Q Fever. Veterinary Microbiology 140 (2010) 297–309.
  34. Pinero A. et al. 2014. Changes in the dynamics of Coxiella burnetii infection in dairy cattle: An approach to match field data with the epidemiological cycle of C. burnetii in endemic herds. J. Dairy Sci. 97 :2718–2730
  35. Barberio, A. et al. 2017. Epidemiology of Q Fever in cattle, in: The Principles and Practice of Q Fever: The One Health Paradigm. Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 189–212.
  36. Guatteo, R. et al. 2006. Shedding routes of Coxiella burnetii in dairy cows: implications for detection and control. Vet. Res. 37, 827–833.6
  37. Guatteo R. et al. 2007. Assessing the Within-herd Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii Milk-shedder Cows using a Real-time PCR Applied to Bulk Tank Milk. Zoonoses and public health 54.5 (2007): 191-194.
  38. Treilles M. et al. 2021. QTest: A new way to easily sample, store, and ship samples to perform Q Fever PCR analysis on bulk tank milk. JDS Communications 2.6 (2021): 409-414.
  39. Lopez Helguera, I. et al.2014. Vaccinating against Q-fever with an inactivated phase-I vaccine (COXEVAC®) improves reproductive performance in Coxiella burnetii-infected dairy herds. Presented at the XXVIII World Buiatrics Congress, Cairns, Australia 2014, pp. 274–275.
  40. Cabell E. 2007. Bovine abortion: aetiology and investigations. In Practice 29, 455-463.
  41. Cabrera, V.E., 2014. Economics of fertility in high-yielding dairy cows on confined TMR systems. Animal 8 Suppl 1, 211–221.

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References

  1. Nusinovici S. et al. 2015. Q Fever infection in dairy cattle herds: increased risk with high wind speed and low precipitation. Epidemiology & Infection 143.15 (2015): 3316-3326.
  2. Maurin M. & Raoult D. 1999. Q Fever. Clinical microbiology reviews, 12(4), 518-553.
  3. Williams J. 1991. Virulence and pathogenicity of Coxiella burnetii for various hosts. In: Williams J, Thompson H, editors. The biology of Coxiella burnetii. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press; 1991
  4. Eldin C. et al. 2016. From Q Fever to Coxiella burnetii Infection: a Paradigm Change. Clinical microbiology reviews 30.1 (2017): 115-190.
  5. Velasova M. et al. 2017. Herd-level prevalence of selected endemic infectious diseases of dairy cows in Great Britain. J. Dairy Sci. 100:9215–9233
  6. Valergakis G. et al. 2012. Coxiella burnetii in bulk tank milk of dairy cattle in south-west England. Vet Record 11;171(6):156, 1-2
  7. Ryan E.D. et al. 2011. Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii (Q Fever) antibodies in bovine serum and bulk-milk samples. Epidemiol. Infect. (2011), 139, 1413–1417.
  8. McCaughey C. et al. 2010. Coxiella burnetii (Q Fever) seroprevalence in cattle. Epidemiol. Infect. (2010), 138, 21–27.
  9. Agerholm J.S. 2013. Coxiella burnetii associated reproductive disorders in domestic animals-a critical review. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2013, 55:13
  10. Ordronneau, S., 2012. Impact de la vaccination et de l'antibiothérapie sur l'incidence des troubles de la reproduction et sur la fertilité dans des troupeaux bovins laitiers infectés par Coxiella burnetii. INRA - ONIRIS, 1300 BioEpAR Biologie, Epidémiologie et Analyse du Risque. Centre de Recherche Angers-Nantes,Nantes, France
  11. Valla, G.,2014. Prevalenza di Coxiella burnetii nel latte di massa in allevamenti di bovine da latte italiani e possibile correlazione con problemi riproduttivi. Large Animal Review 51–56.
  12. Dobos A. et al. 2020. Serological screening for Coxiella burnetii in the context of early pregnancy loss in dairy cows. Acta Veterinaria Hungarica 68.3 (2020): 305-309.
  13. Berri M. et al.  2007. Goats may experience reproductive failures and shed Coxiella burnetii at two successive parturitions after a Q Fever infection. Research in Veterinary Science 83 (2007) 47–52
  14. Rousset E. et al. 2009. Coxiella burnetii Shedding Routes and Antibody Response after Outbreaks of Q Fever-Induced Abortion in Dairy Goat Herds. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75.2 (2009): 428-433.
  15. Van de Brom R. et al. 2015. Coxiella burnetii infections in sheep or goats: an opinionated review. Veterinary Microbiology 181 (2015) 119–129
  16. Caneveri J.T. et al. 2018. The prevalence of Coxiella burnetii shedding in dairy goats at the time of parturition in an endemically infected enterprise and associated milk yield losses BMC Veterinary Research (2018) 14:353
  17. Guatteo R. et al. 2011. Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii infection in domestic ruminants: A critical review. Veterinary Microbiology 149 (2011) 1–16.
  18. Roest H. et al. 2011. The Q Fever epidemic in The Netherlands: history, onset, response and reflection Epidemiol. Infect. (2011), 139, 1–12.
  19. Cutler, S. et al. 2007.Q Fever. J. Infect. 2007, 54, 313–318.
  20. Sawyer L.A. et al. 1987. Q Fever: current concepts. Rev Infect Dis 1987; 9: 935-46.
  21. Dragan A. & Voth D. 2020. Coxiella burnetii: International pathogen of mystery. Microbes Infect. 2020 22(3): 100–110.
  22. Arricau-Bouvery N. & Rodolakis A. 2005. Is Q Fever an emerging or re-emerging zoonosis?  Vet. Res. 36 (2005) 327–349
  23. Halsby K.D et al. 2017. The Epidemiology of Q Fever in England and Wales 2000–2015. Vet. Sci. 2017, 4, 28
  24. Van Woerden H.C. et al.2004.  Q Fever Outbreak in Industrial Setting. Emerging infectious diseases, 10(7), 1282.
  25. Wilson, L.E. et al. 2010. Investigation of a Q Fever outbreak in a Scottish co-located slaughterhouse and cutting plant. Zoonoses Public. Health 2010, 57, 493–498.
  26. Wouda W. & Dercksen D. 2007. Abortion and stillbirth among dairy goats as a consequence of Coxiella burnetii. Tijdschrift voor diergeneeskunde 132.23 (2007): 908-911. (In Dutch)
  27. Astobiza I. et al. 2013. Evaluation of the efficacy of oxytetracycline treatment followed by vaccination against Q Fever in a highly infected sheep flock. The Veterinary Journal 196 (2013) 81–85
  28. Taurel A. et al. 2012. Effectiveness of vaccination and antibiotics to control Coxiella burnetii shedding around calving in dairy cows. Veterinary Microbiology 159 (2012) 432–437
  29. Arricau-Bouvery N. et al. 2005. Effect of vaccination with phase I and phase II Coxiella burnetii vaccines in pregnant goats. Vaccine 23 (2005) 4392–4402.
  30. Guatteo R. et al.  2008. Prevention of Coxiella burnetii shedding in infected dairy herds using a phase I C. burnetii inactivated vaccine. Vaccine. 26(34):4320-4328
  31. Pinero A. et al. 2014. Progression of Coxiella burnetii infection after implementing a two-year vaccination program in a naturally infected dairy cattle herd. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2014, 56:47
  32. Taurel A. et al 2014. Vaccination using phase I vaccine is effective to control Coxiella burnetii shedding in infected dairy cattle herds. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 37 (2014) 1– 9
  33. Angelakis E & Raoult D. 2010. Q Fever. Veterinary Microbiology 140 (2010) 297–309.
  34. Pinero A. et al. 2014. Changes in the dynamics of Coxiella burnetii infection in dairy cattle: An approach to match field data with the epidemiological cycle of C. burnetii in endemic herds. J. Dairy Sci. 97 :2718–2730
  35. Barberio, A. et al. 2017. Epidemiology of Q Fever in cattle, in: The Principles and Practice of Q Fever: The One Health Paradigm. Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 189–212.
  36. Guatteo, R. et al. 2006. Shedding routes of Coxiella burnetii in dairy cows: implications for detection and control. Vet. Res. 37, 827–833.6
  37. Guatteo R. et al. 2007. Assessing the Within-herd Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii Milk-shedder Cows using a Real-time PCR Applied to Bulk Tank Milk. Zoonoses and public health 54.5 (2007): 191-194.
  38. Treilles M. et al. 2021. QTest: A new way to easily sample, store, and ship samples to perform Q Fever PCR analysis on bulk tank milk. JDS Communications 2.6 (2021): 409-414.
  39. Lopez Helguera, I. et al.2014. Vaccinating against Q-fever with an inactivated phase-I vaccine (COXEVAC®) improves reproductive performance in Coxiella burnetii-infected dairy herds. Presented at the XXVIII World Buiatrics Congress, Cairns, Australia 2014, pp. 274–275.
  40. Ryan EG, O’Grady LE. The economics of infectious and reproductive diseases in dairy herds. 2004 
  41. Cramsbottom G, Shalloo L. The cost of a missed heat. Teagasc Agriculture and Food Development Authority. 29 March 2021. https://www.teagasc.ie/news--events/daily/dairy/the-cost-of-amissed-heat.php 

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