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Agnihotri, K., Oakey, J., Smith, C. S., Weir, R., Pyke, A. and Melville, L. (2021) Genome-scale molecular and phylogenetic characterization of Middle Point orbiviruses from Australia. Journal of General Virology, 102 (12). ISSN 1465-2099

Agnihotri, K., Smith, C., Oakey, J. and Storie, G. (2021) Pigeon adenovirus and pigeon torque teno virus associated with acute multifocal hepatic necrosis in pigeons in Queensland, Australia. Archives of Virology, 166 . pp. 1469-1475. ISSN 1432-8798

Barrett, J. L., Höger, A., Agnihotri, K., Oakey, J., Skerratt, L. F., Field, H. E., Meers, J. and Smith, C. S. (2020) An unprecedented cluster of Australian bat lyssavirus in Pteropus conspicillatus indicates pre-flight flying fox pups are at risk of mass infection. Zoonoses and Public Health, 67 (4). pp. 435-442. ISSN 1863-1959

Agnihotri, K., Chong, R., Underwood, D., Kistler, C. and Hutchison, M. (2020) Betanodavirus infection in Kuhlia rupestris and Ambassis marianus and isolation of betanodavirus from infected pond water. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 142 . pp. 1-12.

McMichael, L., Smith, C. S., Gordon, A., Agnihotri, K., Meers, J. and Oakey, J. (2019) A novel Australian flying-fox retrovirus shares an evolutionary ancestor with Koala, Gibbon and Melomys gamma-retroviruses. Virus Genes . ISSN 1572-994X

Agnihotri, K., Pease, B. and Chong, R. (2016) Molecular analysis of RNA1 and RNA2 sequences from a betanodavirus isolated from giant grouper (Epinephelus lanceolatus) in Australia. Virology Reports, 6 . pp. 25-31. ISSN 22146695

Agnihotri, K., Pease, B., Oakey, J. and Campbell, G. (2016) Confirmation of Elsey virus infection in a Queensland horse with mild neurologic signs. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 28 (4). pp. 445-448. ISSN 1040-6387

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