H. Albert, German physician, 1839-1910. See: johnin, Johne disease.
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Revenues for testing of Johne's disease increased by PS111,000 or 12.8 per cent and for testing for other diseases increased by 26 per cent.
Paratuberculosis (Johne's disease) is a chronic enteric progressive disease, characterized clinically by chronic or intermittent diarrhea, emaciation, and death.
This study was conducted on dromedary camels suffering from disease suspected Johne's disease.
JOHNE MURPHY has decided to hang up his boots having left Munster in the summer.
THE dairy industry has launched an Action Johne's Initiative which aims to engage 80% of dairy farmers in Wales and Great Britain in Johne's management activities by October 2016.
There will also be presentations on feeding for growth, how to measure for success, managing air climate, dealing with scours, plus Johne's and BVD control.
Mycobacterium Avium Paratuberculosis (MAP) is reportedly the causative agent of Johne's Disease also known as Paratuberculosis.
MAP the cause of Johne's disease (JD) in domestic livestock has shown rapid increase in prevalence rates in recent years.
BRAVE Gloucester put up a good first-half fight, but were eventually outclassed as Damien Varley and Johne Murphy scored second-half Munster tries.
Leading 16-10 at the break, thanks to 11 points from the flawless Keatley and a Damien Varley try, the hosts pulled clear on 66, thanks to Johne Murphy's try - set up by Keatley's inch-perfect kick.
Essence consists of some of the most talented and versatile female singers in Namibia (Esme, Johne', Avo and Shevon).