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Monkey Maddness - Zoonotic diseases/laboratory animals
The explanation for why there are so few actual reported zoonotic infections really relates to four items. Most institutions already have a program of integrated management for the oversight of zoonotic infections in animal facilities. This ...
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Elephant Pox
The latest recorded infections was: 2000 in Erfurt; Germany, where 2 adult asian elephants on a small Circus, was ... 2001 in Hannover Zoo, Germany, stillbirth of asian elephants calf, infected with cow pox. Caracterics Zoonotic potential Mainly known from Asian elephants in European zoos Can be transmitted by rodents ...
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Monkey Maddness - Monkey Article Archives
B Virus Guidelines Publication of Guidelines for the Prevention and Treatment of B Virus Infections in Exposed Persons Guidelines for Monkey Handlers GUIDELINES FOR PREVENTION OF HERPESVIRUS SIMIAE (B VIRUS ... body? by Elizabeth Burch, ND VITAMIN DEFICIENCY Cap'n Ruggles an animal with star potential Zoonotic diseases/laboratory animals by: David Dreesen, MPVM These are just a few articles by ...
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USGS National Wildlife Health Center - Publications - Quarterly Reports
Chlamydiosis, a potentially zoonotic bacteria. Subsequent bacterial cultures in herring gull and cormorant tissues were positive for ... infection exacerbated the effects of either agent. This outbreak demonstrates the complexities of dual infections in a location frequented by multiple species. Newcastle disease virus and botulism type ...
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Say No To GMOs! - September 2007
Texas A&M manages the National Center for Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Defense, which is financed through an $18 million biodefense research grant from the ... and Prevention, overuse of agricultural antibiotics is a significant contributor to food-borne, antibiotic-resistant infections in humans, a multibillion-dollar problem in the United States There is also no doubt ...
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USGS National Wildlife Health Center - Publications - Quarterly Reports
Roesler Lake. The diagnostic ... ) of surveillance data reported by states. West Nile virus infections rapidly increased in intensity and distribution in the United States ... 5% of equine infections reported to USDA to date were fatal or the horse was euthanized. Equine deaths from WNV infections by state are: ...
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Children's Health & Safety - Washington State Department of Health
Environmental Health & Safety Secondhand Smoke Water Safety - pool/beach West Nile Virus Zoonotic Diseases ► DOH A-Z Topic List Educational Materials Developed by DOH ... , Health Statistics and Public Health Laboratories Birth & Death Certificates, Communicable Diseases, Non-Infections Conditions, Newborn Screening... Health Systems Quality Assurance Provider Credential Search, Regulation of ...
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MDA - Canine Brucellosis in Michigan
CB is considered a zoonotic disease, even though the risk of actual human infection from a pet is very low ... transmitted in water and food dishes, in urine, and in feces. Even though most dog infections generally do not result in human illness, people with weakened immune systems are more susceptible ...
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West Nile Virus Studies at Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
In response to WNV infection, cowbirds showed the lowest mean viremias, cleared their infections faster, and showed lower antibody levels than concurrently infected species. Brown-headed cowbirds also ... screech owls that can be used for studies of West Nile Virus and other zoonotic diseases. Course of infection in 10 experimentally infected screech owls Human health and emerging ...
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