Journal article

Retrospective detection by negative contrast electron microscopy of faecal viral particles in free-living wild red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris) with suspected enteropathy in Great Britain

DJ Everest, MF Stidworthy, EM Milne, AL Meredith, J Chantrey, C Shuttleworth, T Blackett, H Butler, M Wilkinson, AW Sainsbury

Veterinary Record | BRITISH VETERINARY ASSOC | Published : 2010

University of Melbourne Researchers


Funding Acknowledgements

The authors thank the People's Trust for Endangered Species for funding this study; the collaborating organisations, namely, the Institute of Zoology, Universities of Edinburgh and Liverpool, the Jersey Red Squirrel, Wight Squirrel and Anglesey Red Squirrel Projects; the many anonymous members of the public and squirrel conservation groups who submitted the numerous carcases for examination; and Sylvia Grierson for performing the PCR analyses.