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    2021-6-1 · Principle of ELISA Test Most ELISA methods developed for the detection of antigen or antibody consist of use of corresponding antibody or antigen in question which is firmly fixed on solid phase, such as plastic surface of polyvinyl plate or polystyrene tube. Such systems are also called Solid Phase Immunosorbent Assay (SPIA). Test sample is added in the microtitre plate, if there is presence …

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  • Principles of Health Management | The Pig Site

    2021-7-16 · Disinfectants: Virkon or Quat + Glutharaldehyde combination (PF-300, Aseptol-2000, Virocid, Vexkill-100) Wash boots at the end of the day with a brush and disinfect in a bath of disinfectant (new disinfectant solution made every day) Scrape sow’s manure each day in farrowing room with a shovel: 1 shovel per room.

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  • Scientific Opinion on the assessment of the control ...

    The setting of these two zones (protection and surveillance zones) surrounding an affected establishment and the control measures implemented in each one of the zones are based on the general principle that the probability of disease spread is larger the closer the establishment is to an affected establishment.

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  • Global strategies for animal disease control

    2021-5-6 · assisted by veterinarians working in the private sector. Veterinary Services are crucial for the prevention, early detection and control of animal diseases, including those transmissible to humans (zoonoses). They play an essential role in all countries and are in the forefront when it comes to ensuring animal health, food

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    2020-10-1 · It is produced by Tc lymphocytes and Natural killer cells and it is effecting on macrophages and lymphocytes, it initiates targeted migration of leukocytes and also stimulates inducible nitric oxide synthase expression and block replication of viruses [ [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6] ].

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  • Veterinary Vaccines: Principles and Applications | Wiley

    Download Product Flyer is to download PDF in new tab. This is a dummy description. Description. Provides a concise and authoritative reference on the use of vaccines against diseases of livestock. Compiled by Senior Animal Health Officers at The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and with contributions from international ...

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  • Annual report of the Department of Veterinary

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  • Using local knowledge in emerging infectious disease ...

    2020-8-1 · Emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) present a major threat to global health. They are communicable human diseases that have recently grown in their geographic and/or host range. For example, West Never fever, Lyme disease, and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection are EIDs that have spread geographically in recent decades. EIDs that have recently jumped …

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  • A Review of Segregated Early Weaning

    2020-10-13 · The first principle is that the pigs are early weaned at 21 days of age or less. This is a guide-line for segregated early weaning because pigs which receive a sufficient amount of a high quality colostrum in the first 24-36hours after birth will still have l1igh levels of protective maternal antibodies at this weaning age and are thus more resistant to

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  • Emerging Infectious Diseases journal - CDC

    Volume 26, Number 11—November 2020 - Emerging Infectious Diseases journal - CDC

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  • Global strategies for animal disease control

    2021-5-6 · bovine pleuropneumonia, bovine spongiform encephalopathy and, since 2012, African horse sickness. This year, the possibility for Member Countries to have their disease status officially recognised by the OIE World Assembly has been further widened to …

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  • A brief history of the prevention of infectious diseases ...

    2003-10-1 · Another infectious disease, bovine pleuropneumonia, was also fought by variolation. Willems, a young medical doctor of Belgium, developed an interest in this disease owing to the fact that his father was fattening bovines with draughts of distillation. Pleuropneumonia was …

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  • Infectious Diseases: preparing for the future Africa

    2021-2-3 · Infectious Diseases: preparing for the future Africa Mark Rweyemamu, Tanzania William Otim-Nape, Uganda David Serwadda, Uganda This report is intended for: Policy makers, professionals, business and a wide range of researchers concerned with infectious diseases in humans, animals and plants. As the report focuses on

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  • REPORT OF THE MEETING OF THE OIE BIOLOGICAL

    2021-3-23 · The Commission agreed in principle to a proposal from Italy for a collaborating centre working at the animal/human interface. It will be important that the centre works closely with existing centres relating to zoonotic diseases, and with established networks of OIE Reference Laboratories for specific zoonoses.

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  • Using local knowledge in emerging infectious disease ...

    2020-8-1 · Emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) are a growing global health threat. The Stockholm Paradigm suggests that their toll will grow tragically in the face of climate change, in particular. The best research protocol for predicting and preventing infectious disease emergence states that an urgent search must commence to identify unknown human and ...

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  • Immunoassay of interferon gamma by quartz crystal ...

    2020-10-1 · Interferon gamma (IFNγ) is a cytokine and an immunochemical marker that can be used for revealing of infectious diseases and especially for distinguishing of viral and some types of bacterial infections. Blood tests for IFNγ are typically based on immunoassays like Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA). In this paper, a biosensor working ...

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  • Principles of Health Management | The Pig Site

    2021-7-16 · Second Principle: Keep New Bugs Away. Biosecurity measures will always remain a fundamental part of a pig farm health program. Indeed, it is a loss of time and money to try controlling or eradicating diseases from a herd if this herd is continuously exposed to exogenous infectious agents. It is like baling out water from a cracked boat.

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  • A Review of Segregated Early Weaning

    2020-10-13 · The first principle is that the pigs are early weaned at 21 days of age or less. This is a guide-line for segregated early weaning because pigs which receive a sufficient amount of a high quality colostrum in the first 24-36hours after birth will still have l1igh levels of protective maternal antibodies at this weaning age and are thus more ...

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  • Veterinary products - OIE - World Organisation for

    Veterinary products are important tools in the prevention and control of animal diseases. The definition of veterinary products may vary from one country to another; for OIE purposes, they include vaccines, veterinary medicines, such as antimicrobial agents, and diagnostic kits.To ensure effective and sustainable animal disease control while minimising risks to humans and animals, governments ...

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  • Emerging Infectious Diseases journal - CDC

    Volume 26, Number 11—November 2020 - Emerging Infectious Diseases journal - CDC

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  • CONTAGIOUS BOVINE PLEUROPNEUMONIA

    2021-2-9 · The third meeting of the FAO/International Office of Epizootics (OIE - World Organisation for Animal Health)/African Union (AU)/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources (IBAR)/International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Consultative Group on Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia (CBPP) was held from 12 to 14 November 2003, at FAO headquarters in Rome and was attended by 39 participants …

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  • MICRO‐ORGANISMS OF THE PLEUROPNEUMONIA

    Summary The organisms of the pleuropneumonia group, PPO, AGO and PPLO, constitute a uniform class of microbes. They all grow in small colonies, which can easily be overlooked unless inspected microscopically. Their colony form, a dark central portion embedded in the agar medium and lighter peripheral zone, is characteristic. Their morphology is fundamentally simple. Small granular forms, of ...

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  • Current status of veterinary vaccines. - Abstract -

    2007-7-1 · Porcine contagious pleuropneumonia is a widespread and severe disease of pigs with hemorrhagic necrotizing pneumonia and high mortality in the acute form. The disease is caused by Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, and prevention by vaccination with whole-cell bacterin vaccines has been severely restricted by the prevalence of 15 different serotypes.

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  • Scientific Opinion on the assessment of the control ...

    In order to harmonise the approach to these assessments, the methodology used in this series of opinions, covering all Category A diseases, was agreed on, and published in a separate technical report (EFSA, 2020). A qualitative assessment was carried out, based on available literature, of the effectiveness of clinical examination for infection with African horse sickness (AHS) virus in Equidae.

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  • EXTERNAL SCIENTIFIC REPORT submitted to EFSA

    2011-8-19 · The present document is published complying with the transparency principle to which the European ... The objective of this work was to assist a working group (WG) of Animal Health and Welfare (AHAW) Panel in developing a generic stochastic model of the meat inspection system for swine and ... detection, infectious diseases, welfare conditions ...

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  • Small Ruminant Programmes - GALVmed

    GALVmed is working with a commercial partner to develop a Small Ruminant Systemic Multivalent Vaccine addressing several major small ruminant diseases (CCPP, SGP, PPR), in a single combination vaccine. This product will offer considerable scope in expanding vaccine coverage for key small ruminant diseases in affected regions.

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  • Identified and unidentified challenges for reproductive ...

    2001-12-1 · r~ ELSEVIER IDENTIFIED AND UNIDENTIFIED CHALLENGES FOR REPRODUCTIVE BIOTECHNOLOGIES REGARDING INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN ANIMAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH M. Thibier Representation Permanente de la France aupres de l'OAA/FAO Corso del Rinascimento, 52 - 00184 Rome, Italy ABSTRACT The aim of the present paper is to review the known and theoretical …

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  • Intra-unit correlations in seroconversion to ...

    In this paper, multilevel logistic models which take into account the multilevel structure of multi-site pig production were used to estimate the vari…

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  • System for early detection of disease and

    NMR spectra were recorded in triplicate in a fully automated manner on a Varian UNITY 400 MHz spectrometer provided with a proton NMR set-up and at a working temperature of 293 K. Free induction decays (FIDs) were collected as 64K data points with a spectral band width of 8,000 Hz; 45-degree pulses were used with a measurement time of 4.10 sec ...

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  • EXTERNAL SCIENTIFIC REPORT submitted to EFSA

    2011-8-19 · The present document is published complying with the transparency principle to which the European ... The objective of this work was to assist a working group (WG) of Animal Health and Welfare (AHAW) Panel in developing a generic stochastic model of the meat inspection system for swine and ... detection, infectious diseases, welfare conditions ...

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  • REPORT OF THE MEETING OF THE OIE BIOLOGICAL

    2021-3-23 · The Commission agreed in principle to a proposal from Italy for a collaborating centre working at the animal/human interface. It will be important that the centre works closely with existing centres relating to zoonotic diseases, and with established networks of OIE Reference Laboratories for specific zoonoses.

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  • FAO's Animal Production and Health Division

    2017-8-15 · Preparation of contagious bovine pleuropneumonia contingency plans M . Recognizing contagious bovine pleuropneumonia (revised Edition) M . Reconnaître la péripneumonie contagieuse bovine M . Improved animal health for poverty reduction and sustainable livelihoods. P . Manual on the diagnosis of Nipah Virus infection in animals M. 2001

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  • Infectious Diseases: preparing for the future Africa

    2021-2-3 · Infectious Diseases: preparing for the future Africa Mark Rweyemamu, Tanzania William Otim-Nape, Uganda David Serwadda, Uganda This report is intended for: Policy makers, professionals, business and a wide range of researchers concerned with infectious diseases in humans, animals and plants. As the report focuses on

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  • REPORT OF THE MEETING OF THE OIE BIOLOGICAL

    2021-3-23 · 4. Expert, Ad hoc and Working Groups 4.1. Report of the Meeting of the ad hoc Group on Validation of Diagnostic Assays The ad hoc Group had met in June to review and revise the validation template for submissions to the OIE test register. The Group also planned to revise the chapters on validation from the Terrestrial

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  • University Occupational Health and Safety Guidance

    2021-2-11 · Undertake any relevant information, instruction and training about the risks of working with biological agents. 6. TRANSPORT OF INFECTIOUS MATERIAL The Carriage of Dangerous Goods and Use of Transportable Pressure Equipment Regulations 2009 is the main UK legislation that covers transport by road and rail. The approach to safe

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  • The Measurement of the Size of Viruses by High

    A description is given of an air driven centrifuge capable of running at over 60, 000 r p m It is based on the spinning top principle of Henriot and Huguenard Essentially it consists of (1) a duralumin rotor capable of taking four small test tubes measuring 2 × 0.5 cm., (2) a phosphor-bronze stator having a series of nine holes drilled obliquely so as to allow the compressed air to emerge m an...

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  • (PDF) Dr. Hamed Attia Summary of Important

    Dr. Hamed Attia Summary of Important Infectious Diseases for Field Veterinarians of Infections Diseases in Farm Animals. Mohammed Ibrahim. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper.

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  • Classification of pneumonia | Competently about

    2018-6-25 · According to modern concepts, the basis for the classification of pneumonia is the etiological principle, which provides for the identification of the causative agent of pneumonia. This principle was implemented to the greatest extent in the International Statistical Classification of Diseases of the 10th revision, 1992 (ICD-X).

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  • Veterinary immunology | Ian R. Tizard | download

    Immunology is broad and complex, and the educated veterinarian needs more than a superficial knowledge of the subject. One result of the vast increase in data, and a major change in this edition, is the recognition that the immune system is not simply the sum of a series of discrete signaling pathways.

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  • Article - Biological Safety Manual

    CBPP is a highly infectious acute, subacute, or chronic disease, primarily of cattle, affecting the lungs and occasionally the joints, caused by Mycoplasma mycoides mycoides. 13-15 Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia is caused by M. mycoides mycoides small-colony type (SC type).

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  • Identification of Genes Transcribed by Actinobacillus ...

    The porcine respiratory tract pathogen Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae presents a major problem to the swine industry due to its ability to persist in the host, surviving in tonsils as well as in sequestered necrotic lung tissue, which leads to the occurrence of subclinically infected carrier animals (6, 11, 18).Genes expressed by A. pleuropneumoniae only in the host are likely to play an ...

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  • Animal Biologies: Past, Present and Future

    basic principle and has been applied to most infectious agents identified to date. Present In discussing biologies commercially available for cattle, one needs to include both vaccines and passage antibody treatment. Biologies for immunomodulation are being extensively evaluated for cattle and may be available in the not so distant future.

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  • UNITED NATIONS ASIAN AND PACIFIC CENTRE FOR

    2021-1-12 · transmission of infectious diseases, parasites and pests. In animal husbandry, biosecurity, simply said, means the prevention of disease causing agents entering or leaving any place where animals are, or have been, present. Although the biosecurity measures are simple, implementing them in practice can be very difficult. Biosecurity

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  • Draft Manual For Infectious Waste Managment

    ----- TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ii ABSTRACT iii LIST OF FIGURES viii LIST OF TABLES ix FOREWORD X Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION 1-1 1.1 Scope of Manual 1-1 1.2 State Regulations Pertaining to Infectious Waste 1-3 2 INFECTIOUS WASTE CHARACTERIZATION 2-1 2.1 Introduction 2-1 2.2 Pathogens 2-2 2.3 Diseases and Disease Induction 2-3 2.4 Designation of Infectious …

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  • University Occupational Health and Safety Guidance

    2021-2-11 · Undertake any relevant information, instruction and training about the risks of working with biological agents. 6. TRANSPORT OF INFECTIOUS MATERIAL The Carriage of Dangerous Goods and Use of Transportable Pressure Equipment Regulations 2009 is the main UK legislation that covers transport by road and rail. The approach to safe

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  • The Measurement of the Size of Viruses by High

    A description is given of an air driven centrifuge capable of running at over 60, 000 r p m It is based on the spinning top principle of Henriot and Huguenard Essentially it consists of (1) a duralumin rotor capable of taking four small test tubes measuring 2 × 0.5 cm., (2) a phosphor-bronze stator having a series of nine holes drilled obliquely so as to allow the compressed air to emerge m an...

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  • Biosecurity: Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut

    Biosafety and biosecurity principles of the FLI. Work of the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute, Federal Research Institute for Animal Health (FLI), mainly focusses on the health and wellbeing of farm animals and on the protection of humans against infections transmitted by animals.The fundamental objectives of research at the FLI are to provide protection against infectious diseases through ...

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  • Whither Commodity-Based Trade?

    2017-1-23 · certain infectious diseases that pose risks to animal and human health. However, an increasingly discussed option for increasing market access for African meat exports is the concept of commo-dity-based trade (CBT) that focuses on the health and safety attributes of the product rather than the disease status of the country of origin.

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  • Recommendations of the International Task Force for ...

    Contagious pleuropneumonia of cattle, a disease that had been imported into the United States in 1843, was declared eradicated from the country in 1892, following a 5-year, 2-million campaign to identify and slaughter infected animals (13). ... as an example in principle. Some infectious diseases that were already proposed for eradication by ...

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  • Article - Biological Safety Manual

    CBPP is a highly infectious acute, subacute, or chronic disease, primarily of cattle, affecting the lungs and occasionally the joints, caused by Mycoplasma mycoides mycoides. 13-15 Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia is caused by M. mycoides mycoides small-colony type (SC type).

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  • L-form bacteria, chronic diseases and the origins of

    2016-11-5 · 2. History of L-form bacteria and possible role in infectious disease. In the light of the importance of the cell wall, it is surprising that many bacteria are apparently able to switch into a wall-deficient state called the L-form ().These cells were named in 1935 by Emmy Klieneberger [].She was attempting to isolate pleuropneumonia-like organisms (PLOs; now called mycoplasma) from the blood ...

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  • VACNADAspecial February 2012 - GALVmed

    2016-7-12 · pleuropneumonia (CCPP), peste des petits ruminants (PPR) and Newcastle disease. ... principle it was agreed to fund a project looking at neglected diseases ... Neglected animal diseases are infectious diseases affecting livestock and poultry that occur only or …

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  • An Appropriate Level of Risk: Balancing the Need for Safe ...

    2021-2-24 · This is the 23rd of a series of Working Papers prepared for the Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative (PPLPI). The purpose of these papers is to explore issues related to livestock development in the context of poverty alleviation. Livestock is vital to the economies of …

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  • Manual on Livestock Disease Surveillance and

    2021-2-17 · National governments must realise that animal disease surveillance is a key function of their national veterinary services. Once that is an accepted principle, there is a need to agree on the need for a property structured and administered system. Having a properly implemented and utilised system will require co-operation from a number of ...

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  • THE EARLY YEARS OF VACCINOLOGY - Universiteit Gent

    2008-10-13 · The basic principle of variolation rested on the inoculation of infectious material by a route which was different from the natural portal ofentry. Innatural infectio'nby the respiratory route vital organs such as the lungs were affected in the primary stage and the skin exanthem was secondary. Morbidity and mortality were detennined above all ...

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  • Q Fever - Q Fever - GOATWORLD.COM

    2021-7-11 · Q fever is an infectious disease of animals and humans caused by a species of bacteria called Coxiella burnetii. This organism is very durable – it can survive for months in the environment. Sheep, goats, and cattle can carry the organism. The bacteria can be shed by these animals in feces, urine, milk, and in the birthing fluids and membranes.

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  • Tom Inzana named interim associate vice president

    2021-6-30 · Tom Inzana of Blacksburg, the Tyler J. and Frances F. Young Professor of Bacteriology in the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, has joined the administrative team in the Office of the Vice President for Research at Virginia Tech as interim associate vice president for research.

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  • Challenges in Veterinary Vaccine Development and ...

    2016-4-14 · Abstract. In approaching the development of a veterinary vaccine, researchers must choose from a bewildering array of options that can be combined to enhance benefit. The choice and combination of options is not just driven by efficacy, but also consideration of the cost, practicality, and challenges faced in licensing the product.

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  • Recommendations of the International Task Force for ...

    Recommendations of the International Task Force for Disease Eradication . Summary . This report summarizes the conclusions of the International Task Force for Disease Eradication (ITFDE), a group of scientists who were convened by a secretariat at the Carter Center of …

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  • THE EARLY YEARS OF VACCINOLOGY - Universiteit Gent

    2008-10-13 · The basic principle of variolation rested on the inoculation of infectious material by a route which was different from the natural portal ofentry. Innatural infectio'nby the respiratory route vital organs such as the lungs were affected in the primary stage and the skin exanthem was secondary. Morbidity and mortality were detennined above all ...

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  • An Appropriate Level of Risk: Balancing the Need for Safe ...

    2021-2-24 · This is the 23rd of a series of Working Papers prepared for the Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative (PPLPI). The purpose of these papers is to explore issues related to livestock development in the context of poverty alleviation. Livestock is vital to the economies of …

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  • VACNADAspecial February 2012 - GALVmed

    2016-7-12 · pleuropneumonia (CCPP), peste des petits ruminants (PPR) and Newcastle disease. ... principle it was agreed to fund a project looking at neglected diseases ... Neglected animal diseases are infectious diseases affecting livestock and poultry that occur only or …

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  • XI. Activities and programs of the organization

    2021-2-9 · 119. The Conference reviewed the FAO program of work in atomic energy operated by the Technical Department through the Atomic Energy Branch working in co-operation with the six Technical Divisions and various other operational units within the Organization, including the Agricultural Services, Agricultural Education and Extension, and Legislation Research Branches, and, where appropriate, in ...

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  • EMA and EFSA Joint Scientific Opinion on measures to ...

    Acknowledgements: The EMA CVMP and the EFSA BIOHAZ Panel wish to thank the following for the support provided to this scientific opinion: the EFSA Panel on Animal Health and Welfare (AHAW), which endorsed Section 4.2 of the scientific opinion; the EFSA Panel on Additives and Products or Substances used in Animal Feed (FEEDAP), which endorsed Section 4.4 of the scientific opinion; the EMA ...

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  • The course of hepatitis E virus infection in pigs after ...

    2009-2-4 · Background. Worldwide, hepatitis E virus (HEV) genotype 3 is observed in pigs and transmission to humans is implied. To be able to estimate public health risks from e.g. contact with pigs or consumption of pork products, the transmission routes and dynamics of infection should be identified.Hence, the course of HEV-infection in naturally infected pigs should be studied.

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  • The First Line of Defense: Inventing the Infrastructure

    The First Line of Defense: Inventing the Infrastructure to Combat Animal Diseases - Volume 69 Issue 2

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  • Evaluation of public and animal health risks in case of

    2020-12-4 · The potential effects of a 24 or 72-h delay in post-mortem inspection (PMI) of ungulates on public health and monitoring of animal health and welfare was evaluated. The assessment used a survey of meat inspectors, expert opinion, literature search and a stochastic model for Salmonella detection sensitivity. Disease detection sensitivity at a delayed PMI is expected to reduce detection ...

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  • EUR-Lex - 32004L0068 - EN - EUR-Lex

    Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia. no case of disease and no vaccination carried out during the last 12 months. species of the genus Bos. Lumpy skin disease. no case of disease and no vaccination carried out during the last 36 months. species of the genera Bos, Bison and Bubalus. Rift valley fever

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  • FUTURE WORK PROGRAMME FOR THE TERRESTRIAL

    2014-12-5 · 1 Annex III. CHAPTER 1.2. CRITERIA FOR THE INCLUSION OF. LISTING DISEASES AND INFECTIONS ON THE OIE LIST. Article 1.2.1. Introduction. The aim of the Terrestrial Code is the improvement of animal health and welfare and veterinary public health . worldwide, including by describing health measures to be used by Veterinary Authorities to detect, report and . control …

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  • Volume 2019 Issue none | Journal of Applied

    Mathematical Modelling of the Transmission Dynamics of Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia with Vaccination and Antibiotic Treatment. Achamyelesh Amare Aligaz, Justin Manango W. Munganga. J. Appl. Math. 2019, 1-10, (2019) DOI: 10.1155/2019/2490313. Read Abstract + ...

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  • Evaluation of public and animal health risks in case of

    2020-12-4 · The potential effects of a 24 or 72-h delay in post-mortem inspection (PMI) of ungulates on public health and monitoring of animal health and welfare was evaluated. The assessment used a survey of meat inspectors, expert opinion, literature search and a stochastic model for Salmonella detection sensitivity. Disease detection sensitivity at a delayed PMI is expected to reduce detection ...

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  • Publications - Professor Paul Langford - Imperial

    Reactivity of the bactericidal hmAbs was confirmed to a single ca. 35 kDa protein in western blots. Unequivocal identification of this antigen is currently ongoing. Collectively, our results provide proof-of-principle for the use of reverse vaccinology 2.0 as a powerful tool in the search for alternative meningococcal vaccine candidate antigens.

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  • NRL for Bovine Tuberculosis: Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut

    Mycobacteria. Bacteria of the genus Mycobacterium are non-motile, in most cases short bacilli, which often form aggregates. In principle, they can be stained according to Gram. However, due to their strong stability against acids (acid fastness) they can be differentiated from other bacterial species by specific staining methods, e.g. according to Ziehl-Neelsen.

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  • EMA and EFSA Joint Scientific Opinion on measures to ...

    Acknowledgements: The EMA CVMP and the EFSA BIOHAZ Panel wish to thank the following for the support provided to this scientific opinion: the EFSA Panel on Animal Health and Welfare (AHAW), which endorsed Section 4.2 of the scientific opinion; the EFSA Panel on Additives and Products or Substances used in Animal Feed (FEEDAP), which endorsed Section 4.4 of the scientific opinion; the EMA ...

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  • ANNUAL REPORT 2019-2020 - vri.punjab.gov.pk

    7 Contagious caprine Pleuropneumonia Vaccine 34 8 Mallein antigen 05 9 Newcastle Disease vaccine 44 10 Peste des petites ruminants (PPR) Vaccine 23 11 Diluent 37 12 Avian Influenza+ND 03 *The standard of IS0-9001-2015 and IS0-17025 in lab management system and lab testing was observed.

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  • CPC Scheme - C07K PEPTIDES - USPTO

    PEPTIDES (peptides in foodstuffs A23; obtaining protein compositions for foodstuffs, working-up proteins for foodstuffs A23J; preparations for medicinal purposes A61K; peptides containing beta-lactam rings C07D; cyclic dipeptides not having in their molecule any other peptide link than those which form their ring, e.g. piperazine-2,5-diones, C07D; ergot alkaloids of the cyclic peptide type ...

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  • (PDF) The Plague at Vetlyanka, 1878–1879: The

    Some diagnosed ‘pneumotyphus’, others as ‘pleuropneumonia’, and yet others as ‘malaria’ or ‘intermittent fever complicated by swelling of the lymph glands’ [Minkh 1881: 41–42, 62–63].

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  • Disorders of the Gastrointestinal System

    2009-5-18 · The principle of nuclear scintigraphy then lies in increased uptake of the dye or the white blood cells into areas of inflammation. ... 22 infectious enterocolitis, 23, 24, 25 nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug–induced mucosal ulceration, 26 and others. Depletion of neutrophils, ...

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  • National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility Public Scoping ...

    2007-8-31 · • Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia (CBPP). ... The NBAF BSL­4 lab design would employ a box­ in­box principle with a pressure ­controlled buffer ... currently working at PIADC. The Department of Health and Human Services and ot her agencies may also occupy space in the NBAF as dictated by the need for assistance. ...

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  • CPC Scheme - C07K PEPTIDES - USPTO

    PEPTIDES (peptides in foodstuffs A23; obtaining protein compositions for foodstuffs, working-up proteins for foodstuffs A23J; preparations for medicinal purposes A61K; peptides containing beta-lactam rings C07D; cyclic dipeptides not having in their molecule any other peptide link than those which form their ring, e.g. piperazine-2,5-diones, C07D; ergot alkaloids of the cyclic peptide type ...

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  • Economic Aspects of Zoonoses: Impact of Zoonoses

    2014-12-9 · The initial successes in control of infectious diseases in animals were the control and eradication of rinderpest and contagious bovine pleuropneumonia in the late 1800s (Fisher 1998).The distribution of livestock diseases began to change more rapidly in the 1960s and 1970s as European and North American countries and Japan began to make serious inroads into the control of a range of both ...

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  • Mycoplasma & Decontamination - ITW Reagents

    The principle is simple: A mycoplasma-specific DNA-fragment is amplified exclusively by PCR, using a specific primer set. Only if mycoplasma DNA is present in the sample, a mycoplasma-specific PCR product of defined size (270 bp) is obtained – detectable on an agarose gel, or, in case of the qPCR Test Kit, using the FAM detection channel.

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  • (PDF) The Plague at Vetlyanka, 1878–1879: The

    Some diagnosed ‘pneumotyphus’, others as ‘pleuropneumonia’, and yet others as ‘malaria’ or ‘intermittent fever complicated by swelling of the lymph glands’ [Minkh 1881: 41–42, 62–63].

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  • 2 The Current Regulatory Environment | Responsible ...

    2005-7-13 · The transplant of cells of human origin is an increasingly complex sector of medicine which entails great opportunities for the treatment of a range of diseases. Stem cell banks should assure the quality, traceability and safety of cultures for transplantation and must implement an effective programme to prevent contamination of the final product. In donors, the presence of infectious micro ...

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  • Microbiological control in stem cell banks: approaches

    2020-9-7 · Intensive usage of antimicrobials in the management of animal diseases leads to selection for resistance among microorganisms. This study aimed to assess antimicrobial use and to …

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  • Antimicrobial resistance at the human–animal

    The infectious and parasitic diseases that can successfully be diagnosed with ultrasound are presented in more detail. The important potential of interventional ultrasound diagnosis and therapy in infectious diseases is described. This richly illustrated volume has been written by …

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  • Pneumonia Management and Prevention Guidelines |

    Healthcare-Associated Pneumonia. Guidelines for Preventing Health-Care-Associated Pneumonia, 2003 pdf icon [179 pages] CDC and the Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee developed these recommendations.; Management of Adults with Hospital-acquired and Ventilator-associated Pneumonia, 2016 pdf icon [51 pages] external icon The Infectious Diseases Society of America and ...

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  • CSIRO PUBLISHING | Animal Production Science

    This account of the development and achievements of the animal sciences in Australia is prefaced by a brief history of the livestock industries from 1788 to the present. During the 19th century, progress in industry development was due more to the experience and ingenuity of producers than to the application of scientific principles; the end of the century also saw the establishment of ...

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  • Updates on PRRS disease in swine | PRRS Control

    Reactivity of the bactericidal hmAbs was confirmed to a single ca. 35 kDa protein in western blots. Unequivocal identification of this antigen is currently ongoing. Collectively, our results provide proof-of-principle for the use of reverse vaccinology 2.0 as a powerful tool in the search for alternative meningococcal vaccine candidate antigens.

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  • AMR Activities | Reducing the Need for Antibiotics

    The principle is simple: A mycoplasma-specific DNA-fragment is amplified exclusively by PCR, using a specific primer set. Only if mycoplasma DNA is present in the sample, a mycoplasma-specific PCR product of defined size (270 bp) is obtained – detectable on an agarose gel, or, in case of the qPCR Test Kit, using the FAM detection channel.

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  • Publications - Professor Paul Langford

    Convened the “2018 France-Taiwan Videoconference on Policy and Industry Exchanges for Agricultural Biogas Utilization.”. Held the “2018 Taiwan International Orchid Show,” with the theme of “Sparkle Taiwan! In Orchid We Love.”. Sent staff to Beijing to participate in the “Fourth Meetings of the Council and Board of Directors of the ...

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  • Mycoplasma & Decontamination - ITW Reagents

    2013-7-13 · We report on a lateral flow microarray that combines multi-spot immunochip technology and immunochromatography. It can serve as a tool for the simultaneous detection of multiple analytes. The test zone of the nitrocellulose support comprises a microarray spotted with up to 32 antigens that can capture labeled gold-antibodies after lateral flow.

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  • 2018 Month by Month-Council of Agriculture,

    2017-6-21 · As a general principle, the biological and physical containment recommended for working with infectious agents in vivo and in vitro are comparable. Infected animals should only be handled by trained staff using procedures designed to protect staff and …

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