Publications by: Cadhla Firth

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Blasdell, Kim R., Morand, Serge, Perera, David, and Firth, Cadhla (2019) Association of rodent-borne Leptospira spp. with urban environments in Malaysian Borneo. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 13 (2). e0007141.

Wang, Jidong, Firth, Cadhla, Amos-Ritchie, Rachel, Davis, Steven S., Yin, Hong, Holmes, Edward C., Blasdell, Kim R., and Walker, Peter J. (2019) Evolutionary history of Simbu serogroup orthobunyaviruses in the Australian episystem. Virology, 535. pp. 32-44.

Firth, Cadhla, Blasdell, Kim R., Amos-Ritchie, Rachel, Sendow, Indrawati, Agnihotri, Kalpana, Boyle, David B., Daniels, Peter, Kirkland, Peter, and Walker, Peter J. (2017) Genomic analysis of bluetongue virus episystems in Australia and Indonesia. Veterinary Research, 48. 82.

Peterson, Anna C., Ghersi, Bruno M., Alda, Fernando, Firth, Cadhla, Frye, Matthew J., Bai, Ying, Osikowicz, Lynn M., Riegel, Claudia, Lipkin, W. Ian, Kosoy, Michael Y., and Blum, Michael J. (2017) Rodent-borne Bartonella infection varies according to host species within and among cities. EcoHealth, 14 (4). pp. 771-782.

Huang, Bixing, Firth, Cadhla, Watterson, Daniel, Allcock, Richard, Colmant, Agathe M.G., Hobson-Peters, Jody, Kirkland, Peter, Hewitson, Glen, Mcmahon, Jamie, Hall-Mendelin, Sonja, van den Hurk, Andrew F., and Warrilow, David (2016) Genetic characterization of archived bunyaviruses and their potential for emergence in Australia. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 22 (5). pp. 833-840.

Walker, Peter J., Firth, Cadhla, Widen, Steven G., Blasdell, Kim R., Guzman, Hilda, Wood, Thomas G., Paradkar, Prasad N., Holmes, Edward C., Tesh, Robert B., and Vasilakis, Nikos (2015) Evolution of genome size and complexity in the Rhabdoviridae. PLoS Pathogens, 11 (2). e1004664.

Blasdell, Kim R., Widen, Steven G., Wood, Thomas G., Holmes, Edward C., Vasilakis, Nikos, Tesh, Robert B., Walker, Peter J., Guzman, Hilda, and Firth, Cadhla (2015) Ledantevirus: a proposed new genus in the Rhabdoviridae has a strong ecological association with bats. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 92. pp. 405-410.

Blasdell, Kim R., Widen, Steven G., Diviney, Sinéad M., Firth, Cadhla, Wood, Thomas G., Guzman, Hilda, Holmes, Edward C., Tesh, Robert B., Vasilakis, Nikos, and Walker, Peter J. (2014) Koolpinyah and Yata viruses: two newly recognised ephemeroviruses from tropical regions of Australia and Africa. Veterinary Microbiology, 174 (3-4). pp. 547-553.

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