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Publications: Izzard, Leonard

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Journal Article

Williams, M., Izzard, L., Graves, S., Stenos, J. and Kelly, J.J. (2011) First probable Australian cases of human infection with Rickettsia felis (cat-flea typhus). Medical Journal of Australia, 194 (1). pp. 41-43.

Izzard, L., Fuller, A., Blacksell, S.D., Paris, D.H., Richards, A. L., Aukkanit, N., Nguyen, C., Jiang, J., Fenwick, S., Day, N.P.J., Graves, S. and Stenos, J. (2010) Isolation of a novel Orientia species (O. chuto sp. nov.) from a patient infected in Dubai. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 48 (12). pp. 4404-4409.

Izzard, L., Cox, E., Stenos, J., Waterston, M., Fenwick, S. and Graves, S. (2010) Serological prevalence study of exposure of cats and dogs in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia to spotted fever group rickettsiae. Australian Veterinary Journal, 88 (1-2). pp. 29-31.

Izzard, L., Graves, S., Cox, E., Fenwick, S., Unsworth, N. and Stenos, J. (2009) Novel rickettsia in ticks, Tasmania, Australia. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 15 (10). pp. 1654-1656.

Book Chapter

Stenos, J., Graves, S. and Izzard, L. (2010) Rickettsia. In: Schuller, M., Sloots, T., James, G., Halliday, C. and Carter, I., (eds.) PCR for Clinical Microbiology: An Australian and International Perspective. Springer, New York, pp. 197-199.

Thesis

Izzard, Leonard (2010) Rickettsiales and rickettsial diseases in Australia. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

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