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EEDA Textbook References: Rinderpest

Diop BA, Bastiaensen P. Achieving full eradication of rinderpest in Africa. Vet Rec. 2005;157:239-40.

Kahn CM, Line S, editors. The Merck veterinary manual [online]. Whitehouse Station, NJ: Merck and Co; 2006. Rinderpest.Available at: Accessed 23 Jul 2008.

Kock RA, Wamwayi HM, Rossiter PB, Libeau G, Wambwa E, Okori J, Shiferaw FS, Mlengeya TD. Re-infection of wildlife populations with rinderpest virus on the periphery of the Somali ecosystem in East Africa. Prev Vet Med. 2006;75:63-80.

Kobune F, Sakata H, Sugiyama M, Sugiura A. B95a, a marmoset lymphoblastoid cell line, as a sensitive host for rinderpest virus. J Gen Virol 1991;72, 687–692.

Normile D. Rinderpest. Driven to extinction. Science. 2008;319:1606-9.

Obi TU, Roeder PL, Geering WA. Manual on the preparation of rinderpest contingency plans [online]. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; 1999. Available at: Accessed 7 Aug 2008.

Rossiter P, Wamwayi H, Ndungu E. Rinderpest seroprevalence in wildlife in Kenya and Tanzania, 1982-1993. Prev Vet Med. 2006;75:1-7.

Saliki JT, Wohlstein P. Rinderpest. In: Foreign animal diseases. 7th edition. Boca Raton, FL: United States Animal Health Association; 2008. p.377-382.

World Organization for Animal Health [OIE] .Animal diseases data [online]. Paris: OIE; 2002. Rinderpest.. Available at:  Accessed 4 Aug 2008.

World Organization for Animal Health [OIE]. Manual of diagnostic tests and vaccines for terrestrial animals [online]. Paris: OIE; 2008. Rinderpest. Available at: Accessed 4 Aug 2008.