Browsing by Author Martin, S. Wayne

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Published DateTitleAuthor(s)
Jul-1994A case-control study on the association of selected risk factors with the occurrence of bovine tuberculosis within selected areas in the Republic of IrelandGriffin, John M.Martin, S. WayneThorburn, Meg A.Eves, John A.Hammond, Robert F.
Sep-1999Episode classification: bovine tuberculosis 1989 to 1997O'Keeffe, JamesWhite, PaulMartin, S. Wayne
Jun-2002Factors associated with the risk of, and animal-level response to, M. bovis in Irish cattle, 1993–98Martin, S. WayneO'Keeffe, JamesWhite, PaulEdge, VictoriaCollins, John D.
Sep-1999A model of the relationship of skin increase using the single intradermal comparative tuberculin test (SICTT) and the disclosure of a visible tuberculous-like lesion in cattleO'Keeffe, JamesWhite, PaulMartin, S. Wayne
Dec-2003Multiple standard reactors during bovine tuberculosis episode as a predictor of future herd breakdowns in IrelandOlea-Popelka, FranciscoWhite, PaulCollins, John D.O'Keeffe, JamesMartin, S. Wayne
Dec-2003The relationship between the disclosure of tuberculous lesions in attested cattle and the factory, year, month and class of cattle in Ireland 2001–2002Martin, S. WayneO'Keeffe, JamesWhite, PaulCostello, Eamon
Oct-2000Risk factors for tuberculosis in Irish cattle: the analysis of secondary dataMartin, S. WayneO'Keeffe, JamesWhite, PaulCollins, John D.Edge, Victoria
Oct-2014Risk of tuberculosis cattle herd breakdowns in Ireland: effects of badger culling effort, density and historic large-scale interventionsByrne, Andrew W.White, PaulMcGrath, GuyO'Keeffe, JamesMartin, S. Wayne
Dec-2003Singleton bovine tuberculosis breakdowns as a predictor of future herd breakdowns in IrelandOlea-Popelka, FranciscoWhite, PaulCollins, John D.O'Keeffe, JamesMartin, S. Wayne
Jun-2002A spatial and temporal analysis of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy in Irish cattle herds, 1996 - 2000Sheridan, HazelLynch, D. (David)McGrath, GuyWhite, PaulMartin, S. Wayne
Jun-2002Spatial and temporal distribution of bovine tuberculosis in badgers in Four Areas in Ireland: preliminary findingsOlea-Popelka, FranciscoMartin, S. WayneGriffin, John M.Collins, John D.McGrath, Guy