1. Gcebe, N and T Hlokwe. 2017. Non-tuberculous Mycobacteria in South African wildlife: Neglected 'emerging' pathogens and potential impediments for bovine tuberculosis diagnosis. Frontiers in cellular and Infection Microbiology. Doi:10.3389/fci/mb.2007.00015.
  2. Dippenaar, A., SDC Parsons, M, Miller, T Hlokwe, AL Michel, AM Abdallah, RG van der Merwe, SL Sampson, NC Gey van Pittius, A Pain, RM Warren, PD van Helden. 2017. Progenitor strain introduction of Mycobacterium bovis at the wildlife-livestock interface can lead to clonal expansion of the disease in a single ecosystem. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 51: 235-238

  3. Hlokwe, T., L-M. De Klerk-Lorist, A. Michel. 2016a. Wildlife on the move: A hidden tuberculosis threat to conservation areas and game farms through translocation of untested animals. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 52 (4): DOI: 10.7589/2015-10-281.
  4. Hlokwe, T.M., Sutton, D.G.M., Page, P.C.  A.L. Michel. 2016b. Isolation and molecular characterization of Mycobacterium bovis causing pulmonary tuberculosis and epistaxis in a Thoroughbred horse. BMC Veterinary Research. 12: 179. DOI 10.1186/s12917-016-0813-6.

  5. Lyndy McGaw, M.D. Awouafack, B.M. Sakong, T. Makhafola, T.M. Hlokwe, E.Madoroba, J.N. Eloff. 2015. The Sapotaceae as a source of antitubercular metabolites and isolation of antimycobacterial pentacyclic triterpenes from siderexylon inerme. Plant Medica. 81(16): DOI: 10.1055/s-0035-1565647.

  6. Michel, A.L., C. Geoghegan, T. Hlokwe, K. Raseleka, W. Getz, T Marcotty. 2015.  Longevity of Mycobacterium bovis in raw and traditional souring milk as a function of storage temperature and dose. Plos ONE. PLOS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone. 0129926

  7. Aro, Abimbola. O., Jean P. Dzoyem, Tiny M. Hlokwe, Evelyn Madoroba, Jacobus, N. Eloff, Lyndy J. Mc Gaw. 2015. Some South African Rubiaceae tree leaf extracts have antimycobacterial activity against pathogenic and non-pathogenic Mycobacterium species. Phytotherapy research. DOI: 10.1002/ptr.5338.

  8. Musoke, J., Hlokwe, T.M., Marcotty, T., A.J. du Plessis, Michel, A.L. 2015.  Spill-back of Mycobacterium bovis from wildlife to livestock, South Africa. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 21(3): 448-451.
  9. Hlokwe, T.M., P. van Helden and A.L Michel. 2014. Evidence of increasing    intra and inter species transmission of Mycobacterium bovis in South Africa: Are we losing the battle? Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 115: 10-17.

  10. Hlokwe, T.M, van Helden P.D and A.L Michel. 2013. Evaluation of the discriminatory power of variable number of tandem repeat typing of M. bovis isolates in Southern Africa. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. 60 (suppl. 1): 111-120.

  11.  Michel, A.L., T.M. Hlokwe, I.W Espie, M. van Zijll Langhout, K. Kloppel and E. Lane. Mycobacterium tuberculosis at the Human/Wildlife Interface in a high TB burden country. 2013. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. 60 (suppl. 1): 46-52.

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