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2019

Mekonnen, Getnet Abie and Ameni, Gobena and Wood, James L. N. and Ethicobots consortium,, and Berg, Stefan and Conlan, Andrew J. K.. (2019) Network analysis of dairy cattle movement and associations with bovine tuberculosis spread and control in emerging dairy belts of Ethiopia. BMC veterinary research, 15. p. 262.

Mekonnen, Getnet Abie and Conlan, Andrew J. K. and Berg, Stefan and Ayele, Birhanu Teshome and Alemu, Alemseged and Guta, Sintayehu and Lakew, Mateios and Tadesse, Biniam and Gebre, Solomon and Wood, James L. N. and Ameni, Gobena and Ethicobots consortium, . (2019) Prevalence of bovine tuberculosis and its associated risk factors in the emerging dairy belts of regional cities in Ethiopia. Preventive veterinary medicine, 168. pp. 81-89.

2015

Berg, Stefan and Schelling, Esther and Hailu, Elena and Firdessa, Rebuma and Gumi, Balako and Erenso, Girume and Gadisa, Endalamaw and Mengistu, Araya and Habtamu, Meseret and Hussein, Jemal and Kiros, Teklu and Bekele, Shiferaw and Mekonnen, Wondale and Derese, Yohannes and Zinsstag, Jakob and Ameni, Gobena and Gagneux, Sebastien and Robertson, Brian D. and Tschopp, Rea and Hewinson, Glyn and Yamuah, Lawrence and Gordon, Stephen V. and Aseffa, Abraham. (2015) Investigation of the high rates of extrapulmonary tuberculosis in Ethiopia reveals no single driving factor and minimal evidence for zoonotic transmission of Mycobacterium bovis infection. BMC infectious diseases, Vol. 15 , 112.

Comas, IƱaki and Hailu, Elena and Kiros, Teklu and Bekele, Shiferaw and Mekonnen, Wondale and Gumi, Balako and Tschopp, Rea and Ameni, Gobena and Hewinson, R. Glyn and Robertson, Brian D. and Goig, Galo A. and Stucki, David and Gagneux, Sebastien and Aseffa, Abraham and Young, Douglas and Berg, Stefan. (2015) Population genomics of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Ethiopia contradicts the virgin soil hypothesis for human tuberculosis in sub-saharan Africa. Current biology, 25 (24). pp. 3260-3206.

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