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Volume 8, Number 6—June 2002

Research

Mycobacterium tuberculosis: An Emerging Disease of Free-Ranging Wildlife

Kathleen A. Alexander*Comments to Author , Eve Pleydell†, Mark C. Williams‡, Emily P. Lane‡, John F.C. Nyange§, and Anita L. Michel¶
Author affiliations: *Centre for Conservation of African Resources: Communities Animals and Land Use, Kasane, Botswana; †University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom; ‡University of Pretoria, Onderstepoort, South Africa; §National Veterinary Laboratory, Gaborone, Botswana; ¶ARC-Onderstepoort Veterinary Institute, Onderstepoort, South Africa;

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Locations of Mycobacterium tuberculosis-infected or suspected cases in banded mongooses, in relation to garbage pits, tourist facilities, and land use type, Chobe District, Botswana.

Figure. Locations of Mycobacterium tuberculosis-infected or suspected cases in banded mongooses, in relation to garbage pits, tourist facilities, and land use type, Chobe District, Botswana.

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Medline reports the first author "Cosivi O" is not correct in the reference 1 "Cosivi, Grange, Daborn, Raviglione, Fujikura, Cousins, et al., 1998".

Medline cannot find the journal "Afr J Ecol" (in reference 6 "Clutton-Brock, MacColl, Chadwick, Gaynor, Kansky, Skinner, 1999"). Please check the journal name.

Medline reports the first author "Morse S" is not correct in the reference 10 "Morse, 1995".

Medline reports the first author "Nizeyi J" is not correct in the reference 21 "Nizeyi, Mwebe, Nanteza, Cranfield, Kalema, Graczyk, 1999".

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