BMC Veterinary Research 18/05/17 Sero-prevalence of virus neutralizing antibodies for rabies in different groups of dogs following vaccination. This is the first comparative study conducted to investigate virus neutralizing antibody titre development (humoral immunity) in stray and domestic dogs and in puppies of vaccinated and unvaccinated dams after an anti-rabies vaccination compared to the antibody titre on the day of vaccination.
Previous studies indicate that peak titre of antibodies is generally reached between 4 to 6 weeks after vaccination if the antigenic response is stimulated for the first time . If it is a subsequent stimulation, the time taken for the development of peak titres should be less than this . As per the results of groups A to F, animals with previous vaccination history have antibody titres above the protective level (> 0.5 IU/ml) on D0 and have a higher antibody titre on D360 too (Table 2). Animals without previous vaccination history start with low antibody titres and return to low titres by D360, but have a satisfactory antibody titre at D180.
PERSPECTIVES IN MEDICAL RESEARCH - JANV-APRIL 2017 - Epidemiology and Public Health Significance of Rabies. PLOS 26/06/15 Development of a Novel Rabies Simulation Model for Application in a Non-endemic Environment. Abstract Domestic dog rabies is an endemic disease in large parts of the developing world and also epidemic in previously free regions.
For example, it continues to spread in eastern Indonesia and currently threatens adjacent rabies-free regions with high densities of free-roaming dogs, including remote northern Australia. Mathematical and simulation disease models are useful tools to provide insights on the most effective control strategies and to inform policy decisions. DONNISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL AND MOLECULAR VIROLOGY - OCT 2015 - Antigenic and genetic stability of rabies virus. PLOS 05/10/16 Validation of a Rapid Rabies Diagnostic Tool for Field Surveillance in Developing Countries. Abstract Background One root cause of the neglect of rabies is the lack of adequate diagnostic tests in the context of low income countries.
A rapid, performance friendly and low cost method to detect rabies virus (RABV) in brain samples will contribute positively to surveillance and consequently to accurate data reporting, which is presently missing in the majority of rabies endemic countries. Methodology/Principal findings We evaluated a rapid immunodiagnostic test (RIDT) in comparison with the standard fluorescent antibody test (FAT) and confirmed the detection of the viral RNA by real time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-qPCR). Conclusion/Significance The RIDT shows excellent performance qualities both in regard to user friendliness and reliability of the result. Author Summary. Probable Rabies Virus Transmission through Organ Transplantation, China, 2015 - Volume 22, Number 8—August 2016.
Hang Zhou1, Wuyang Zhu1, Jun Zeng1, Jianfeng He1, Kai Liu, Yu Li, Shuwu Zhou, Di Mu, Kechun Zhang, Pengcheng Yu, Zhijian Li, Meng Zhang, Xueqiong Chen, Chun Guo, and Hongjie Yu.
Course: Ensemble des polycopiés de maladies contagieuses. University of Helsinki - 2008 - Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences - The community of medium-sized carnivores: the interactions between species, habitats and rabies. Veterinary World VOLUME 2 - NO. 2 ( FEBRUARY-2009) Advances in diagnosis of rabies. Eurosurveillance monthly release: November 2005, volume 10, issue 11 DOSSIER RAGE. Weekly and monthly releases: Eurosurveillance releases: Eurosurveillance, Volume 10, Issue 11, 01 November 2005 Table of Contents Editorial Europe continually encounters the serious threat posed from zoonotic diseases including ancient bacterial agents such as Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Hide text Euroroundup. Trends in Infectious Diseases 23/04/14 Au sommaire: Trends in Research and Technology Development Related to Zoonosis Control Based on Bibliometric. JOURNAL OF FOODBORNE AND ZOONOTIC DISEASES 29/03/14 Range of Rabies-A Review. INTEGRATED CONTROL OF NEGLECTED ZOONOSES 26/05/14 Vidéos en ligne concernant notamment la brucellose et la rage. J. Venom. Anim. Toxins incl. Trop. Dis vol.15 no.2 Botucatu 2009 On the interference of clinical outcome on rabies transmission an perpetuation. On the interference of clinical outcome on rabies transmission an perpetuation Brandão PE Department of Preventive Veterinary Medicine and Animal Health, School of Veterinary Medicine and Zootechny, University of São Paulo, USP, São Paulo, São Paulo State, Brazil Correspondence to Rabies is a viral zoonotic infectious disease that affects mammals and is caused by genotypes/species of the Lyssavirus genus (Rhabdoviridae, Mononegavirales), with the genotype 1 (classic rabies virus – RABV) being the most prevalent.
Despite continuous efforts, rabies is still an incurable disease that causes thousands of deaths amongst humans worldwide. Animals, Vol. 1, 2011 Investigation of an Imported Case of Rabies in a Juvenile Dog with Atypical Presentation. Abstract: Movement of dogs between rabies-endemic and rabies-free countries carries the inherent risk of introducing the disease.
In April of 2008, a juvenile dog was imported to the UK from Sri Lanka. It died shortly after transfer to a quarantine facility in the south-east of England following a short history of diarrhoea and convulsions but no overt signs of aggression. Subsequent investigation confirmed that rabies was the cause of death. Rabies virus was isolated from brain samples taken from the dog and the subsequent phylogenetic investigation confirmed that the genomic sequence from this virus shared over 99% homology with endemic rabies viruses from Sri Lanka.
Animals 2011, 1, 326-342 Canine Rabies: A Looming Threat to Public Health. INTECH - NOV 2011 - Human Rabies Epidemiology and Diagnosis. INTECH - NOV 2011 - Human Rabies Epidemiology and Diagnosis. International Journal of Health Geographics 2011, 10:48 Advancements in web-database applications for rabies surveillance(Etude. Site Web de Jean-Luc GUESDON // CSTVN.FREE.FR. Visioconférences du 3 août 2009 La rage : aspects cliniques et épidémiologiques.
Dr. Maryvonne GOUDAL, Directeur adjoint, CNR Rage, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France. Aspects cliniques de la rage - Prise en charge d’un traitement antirabique post-exposition en 2009. La rage, maladie connue depuis l’Antiquité comme le montrent de très anciens manuscrits, reste la maladie infectieuse la plus constamment mortelle bien que non contagieuse. Vous pouvez télécharger le diaporama en cliquant ici. Dr. Nouveaux développements en matière d'épidémiologie et de contrôle de la rage. La rage reste plus de 120 ans après les premières vaccinations chez l’homme, la maladie infectieuse la plus constamment mortelle avec 55 000 décès annuels dans le monde. Vous pouvez télécharger le diaporama en cliquant ici.
Viro. Journal of Medical and Biological Science Research - NOV 2015 - A One-Health Approach to Control the Incidence of Rabies in the Slums of Nairobi.