Alex Hyatt
Alex Hyatt
Fellow CSIRO
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Emerging infectious diseases of wildlife--threats to biodiversity and human health
P Daszak, AA Cunningham, AD Hyatt
science 287 (5452), 443-449, 2000
35952000
Chytridiomycosis causes amphibian mortality associated with population declines in the rain forests of Australia and Central America
L Berger, R Speare, P Daszak, DE Green, AA Cunningham, CL Goggin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (15), 9031-9036, 1998
21021998
Emerging infectious diseases and amphibian population declines
P Daszak, L Berger, AA Cunningham, AD Hyatt, DE Green, R Speare
Emerging infectious diseases 5 (6), 735, 1999
11011999
Rapid quantitative detection of chytridiomycosis (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis) in amphibian samples using real-time Taqman PCR assay
DG Boyle, DB Boyle, V Olsen, JAT Morgan, AD Hyatt
Diseases of aquatic organisms 60 (2), 141-148, 2004
10352004
Infectious disease and amphibian population declines
P Daszak, AA Cunningham, AD Hyatt
Diversity and Distributions 9 (2), 141-150, 2003
8962003
Anthropogenic environmental change and the emergence of infectious diseases in wildlife
P Daszak, AA Cunningham, AD Hyatt
Acta tropica 78 (2), 103-116, 2001
8882001
A morbillivirus that caused fatal disease in horses and humans
K Murray, P Selleck, P Hooper, A Hyatt, A Gould, L Gleeson, H Westbury, ...
Science 268 (5207), 94-97, 1995
7191995
Diagnostic assays and sampling protocols for the detection of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
ADHDG Boyle, V Olsen, DB Boyle, L Berger, D Obendorf, A Dalton, ...
Diseases of aquatic organisms 73 (3), 175-192, 2007
6342007
Origin of the amphibian chytrid fungus
C Weldon, LH Du Preez, AD Hyatt, R Muller, R Speare
Emerging infectious diseases 10 (12), 2100, 2004
5922004
Effect of season and temperature on mortality in amphibians due to chytridiomycosis
L Berger, R Speare, HB Hines, G Marantelli, AD Hyatt, KR McDonald, ...
Australian Veterinary Journal 82 (7), 434-439, 2004
4272004
Chytrid fungi and amphibian declines: overview, implications and future directions
L Berger, R Speare, A Hyatt
Declines and disappearances of australian frogs. Environment Australia …, 1999
3441999
Fatal encephalitis due to novel paramyxovirus transmitted from horses
JD O'sullivan, AM Allworth, DL Paterson, TM Snow, R Boots, LJ Gleeson, ...
The Lancet 349 (9045), 93-95, 1997
3431997
Confronting amphibian declines and extinctions
JR Mendelson, KR Lips, RW Gagliardo, GB Rabb, JP Collins, ...
Science 313 (5783), 48-48, 2006
2872006
Life cycle stages of the amphibian chytrid Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
L Berger, AD Hyatt, R Speare, JE Longcore
Diseases of aquatic organisms 68 (1), 51-63, 2005
2872005
Comparative studies of piscine and amphibian iridoviruses
AD Hyatt, AR Gould, Z Zupanovic, AA Cunningham, S Hengstberger, ...
Archives of virology 145 (2), 301-331, 2000
2772000
Upward range extension of Andean anurans and chytridiomycosis to extreme elevations in response to tropical deglaciation
TA Seimon, A Seimon, P Daszak, SRP Halloy, LM Schloegel, CA Aguilar, ...
Global Change Biology 13 (1), 288-299, 2007
2512007
An apparently new virus (family Paramyxoviridae) infectious for pigs, humans, and fruit bats.
AW Philbey, PD Kirkland, AD Ross, RJ Davis, AB Gleeson, RJ Love, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 4 (2), 269, 1998
2421998
First virus isolation from Australian fish: an iridovirus‐like pathogen from redfin perch, Perca fluviatilis L.
JS Langdon, JD Humphrey, LM Williams, AD Hyatt, HA Westbury
Journal of Fish Diseases 9 (3), 263-268, 1986
2341986
Characterisation of a novel lyssavirus isolated from Pteropid bats in Australia
AR Gould, AD Hyatt, R Lunt, JA Kattenbelt, S Hengstberger, SD Blacksell
Virus research 54 (2), 165-187, 1998
2211998
Amphibian chytridiomycosis in Japan: distribution, haplotypes and possible route of entry into Japan
K Goka, JUN Yokoyama, Y Une, T Kuroki, K Suzuki, M Nakahara, ...
Molecular Ecology 18 (23), 4757-4774, 2009
2182009
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