Chris Street of said:

“As requested by David Walker of Anderson Moores, in March 2014 I researched peer reviewed articles on Thrombotic Microangiopathy (HUS, aHUS and TTP) in humans. I found 130 articles that might be relevant to the cause of Alabama Rot.”

In March 2015 David Walker at Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists published peer reviewed research in Veterinary Record.

2 Replies to “Research”

  1. I live in Claverdon Warwickshire,which has had a case of Alabama rot.I have recently noticed with the wetter weather ,strange slime/spores in grass, both around my fields and around Claverdon.On googling images I found that it is called slime mold which grows in wetter weatger conditions .I just wondered if this had ever been looked into as a possibleblink with Alabama rot?

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