Latest Zoonosis Stories
MONHEIM, Germany, April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - Experts Call for Change in Attitude and Practice During Meeting to Discuss Latest Developments in Canine Vector Borne Disease Management Leading experts from around the world came together today to share their latest research findings at the 6th Canine Vector Borne Disease (CVBD) forum in Nice, France and call for greater awareness of the dangers posed to animals and humans by these increasingly important diseases.
Groundbreaking data presented today demonstrates, for the first time, in vitro infection and replication of swine hepatitis E virus (HEV) in human hepatocytes.
With the arrival of spring, there is an increase in wildlife activity and the potential for human-animal conflicts. Wildlife injuries and diseases transmitted to diseases are inevitably serious and almost always avoidable. Children must understand that wildlife is unpredictable and dangerous.
The convergence of people, animals, and our environment has created a new dynamic in which the health of each group is inextricably and globally interconnected, without borders.
- presentation made by Bioniche Food Safety President regarding Econiche(TM), the world's first fully-licensed cattle vaccine against E. coli O157 - BELLEVILLE, ON, Feb. 15 /PRNewswire/ - Bioniche Life Sciences Inc.
Increasing numbers of domestic livestock and more resource-intensive production methods are encouraging animal epidemics around the world, a problem that is particularly acute in developing countries, where livestock diseases present a growing threat to the food security of already vulnerable populations.
-Dr. Gary Weber presents information about cattle vaccine to reduce shedding of E. coli O157- BELLEVILLE, ON, Nov. 15 /PRNewswire/ - Bioniche Life Sciences Inc.
Cider may be related to outbreak of E. coli infections SILVER SPRING Md., Nov. 5, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Fast Facts Baugher's Apple Cider in half gallon and gallon containers, offered for sale in Maryland and Pennsylvania, is preliminarily linked with an outbreak of E.
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SARS, H1N1 and other pandemic diseases that jump from animals to humans are on the rise, and predicting and tracking the emergence of new diseases is crucial to saving lives; EcoHealth Alliance scientists are actively working in many countries to identify potential infectious disease threats through viral discovery SAN DIEGO, Calif., Oct.
Lassa fever, first described in 1969 in Lassa, is an acute viral hemorrhagic fever. Clinical cases were known a decade before this but were not associated with this viral pathogen. It is endemic in West African countries and causes approximately 5,000 deaths. The Natal Multimammate Mouse is the primary animal host. The rodent is a source of protein but the virus is usually transmitted by the contact with the feces and urine of animals accessing grain stores in residences. The lassa virus...
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