JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE 04/11/21 Prior infection with antigenically heterologous low pathogenic avian influenza viruses interferes with the lethality of the H5 highly pathogenic strain in domestic ducks. Kosuke SODA Department of Joint Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University Avian Zoonosis Research Center, Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University Maya YAMANE Department of Joint Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University Chiharu HIDAKA The United Graduate School of Veterinary Science, Yamaguchi University Kozue MIURA Vietnam Research Station, Nagasaki University, c/o National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology Present address: Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo Trang T.
H. UNG Department of Virology, National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology Hang L. K. NGUYEN Department of Virology, National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology Hiroshi ITO Department of Joint Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University Avian Zoonosis Research Center, Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University Mai Q. MICROORGANISMS 15/10/21 Serologic Evidence of Occupational Exposure to Avian Influenza Viruses at the Wildfowl/Poultry/Human Interface. MDPI and ACS Style De Marco, M.A.; Delogu, M.; Facchini, M.; Di Trani, L.; Boni, A.; Cotti, C.; Graziosi, G.; Venturini, D.; Regazzi, D.; Ravaioli, V.; Marzadori, F.; Frasnelli, M.; Castrucci, M.R.; Raffini, E.
Journal of Applied Poultry Research Volume 30, Issue 1, March 2021 Persistence of low and highly pathogenic avian influenza virus in reused poultry litter, effects of litter amendment use, and composting temperatures. Summary Avian influenza has greatly impacted the commercial poultry industry worldwide.
Limited knowledge exists on the interactions between avian influenza viruses (AIV) and the environmental factors associated with poultry farms. Biosafety and Health - AVRIL 2021 - Au sommaire notamment: “Genetic tuning” of avian influenza virus host adaptation from birds to humans. VIRUSES 22/02/21 Aerosolized Exposure to H5N1 Influenza Virus Causes Less Severe Disease than Infection via Combined Intrabronchial, Oral, and Nasal Inoculation in Cynomolgus Macaques.
Received: 8 January 2021 / Revised: 10 February 2021 / Accepted: 18 February 2021 / Published: 22 February 2021 Round 1 Reviewer 1 Report Mooij et al. demonstrated that aerosolized exposure to H5N1 influenza virus causes less severe disease than infection via combined intrabronchial, oral and nasal inoculation in monkey model.
They also suggested that not virus levels or immune activation, but route of infection determines fatal outcome for highly pathogenic avian H5N1 influenza infection. PLOS 20/03/20 Knowledge and remaining gaps on the role of animal and human movements in the poultry production and trade networks in the global spread of avian influenza viruses – A scoping review. Abstract Poultry production has significantly increased worldwide, along with the number of avian influenza (AI) outbreaks and the potential threat for human pandemic emergence.
The role of wild bird movements in this global spread has been extensively studied while the role of animal, human and fomite movement within commercial poultry production and trade networks remains poorly understood. The aim of this work is to better understand these roles in relation to the different routes of AI spread. A scoping literature review was conducted according to the PRISMA guidelines (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses) using a search algorithm combining twelve domains linked to AI spread and animal/human movements within poultry production and trade networks.
Editor: Charles J. Sci Rep. 15/01/21 Estimating epidemiological parameters using diagnostic testing data from low pathogenicity avian influenza infected turkey houses. Outbreak data Birds on eight premises, all meat-type turkey premises, tested positive by real-time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (rRT-PCR) during the 2018 LPAI H5N2 outbreak in Minnesota.
Diagnostic test results were available for each of the 33 barns that tested positive across the eight premises from the time of detection until the birds were sent to processing as part of controlled marketing9. The current article focuses on the estimated time of virus introduction and adequate contact rate results for a single premises, the 2nd premises detected in Kandiyohi county in Minnesota (Kandiyohi 2). Results from the other premises have been reported10. All five barns on Kandiyohi 2 tested positive for virus. Stochastic within-house LPAI transmission model The number of initially infected birds in a house was dependent on whether the house was the first infected on the premises, as deduced from diagnostic testing data. FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS 05/08/19 Global patterns of avian influenza A (H7): virus evolution and zoonotic threats. Skip to Main Content Advertisement Search Close Advanced Search Search Menu Skip Nav Destination Article Navigation.
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 25/11/20 Evolution and pathogenicity of H6 avian influenza viruses isolated from Southern China during 2011 to 2017 in mice and chickens. Virus isolation and identification A total of 22 H6 AIVs were isolated from ducks and geese without any obvious clinical signs in LPMs during 2010–2017.
All of viruses were propagated in SPF chicken embryonated eggs and their virus titers ranged from 106.3 to 109.5 EID50/100 μl. Full genomes of 7 H6N2 and 15 H6N6 viruses were sequenced and deposited to the NCBI database, the accession number and abbreviations of viruses used in this study have been listed in Table 1. Molecular characterization According to sequence analysis, all of the H6 isolates shared the same amino acids (PQIETR/GLF) with single basic amino acid at the cleavage site between HA1 and HA2, which displayed a low pathogenic feature32.
Those 22 viruses contained 119E, 274H and 294 N on the NA proteins (N2 numbering36), which suggested that all viruses are sensitive to oseltamivir37. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 04/11/20 A decision support framework for prediction of avian influenza. NATURE 02/11/20 Parallel evolution in the emergence of highly pathogenic avian influenza A viruses. 1.Webster, R.
G., Peiris, M., Chen, H. & Guan, Y. H5N1 outbreaks and enzootic influenza. Emerg. Infect. Dis. 12, 3–8 (2006).Article PubMed PubMed Central Google Scholar 2.Buxton Bridges, C. et al. BIORXIV 22/08/19 Parallel Evolution in the Emergence of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A Viruses. INFLUENZA AND OTHER RESPIRATORY VIRUSES 23/07/19 New frontiers in applied veterinary point‐of‐capture diagnostics: Toward early detection and control of zoonotic influenza. Global population growth and shifting dietary preferences in transitioning economies are driving surging demand for animal‐source nutrition.
To meet this demand, swine and poultry production in low‐ and middle‐income countries have experienced substantial growth rates.1 Absent planned livestock sector development structures, animal production, distribution, and marketing capacities have evolved under variable conditions, presenting substantial emerging zoonotic disease vulnerabilities. Foremost among them is the threat of animal‐origin influenza of pandemic potential. Given these limitations, response postures remain perpetually reactive, enabling continual cycles of incursion to endemicity that elevate pandemic emergence risk and present substantial economic, agricultural productivity, and food security impacts in the most vulnerable populations.
VETERINARY RESEARCH - 2015 - Susceptibility to and transmission of H5N1 and H7N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses in bank voles (Myodes glareolus) TRANSBOUNDARY AND EMERGING DISEASES 09/04/19 Genetic analysis identifies potential transmission of low pathogenic avian influenza viruses between poultry farms. Avian influenza (AI) is a highly contagious viral disease that affects birds. Avian influenza viruses are widespread in wild waterfowl that form the natural reservoir of AI viruses (Stallknecht & Shane, 1988), and can occasionally be transmitted to commercial poultry. The viruses carry two surface glycoproteins, haemagglutinin (HA) and neuraminidase (NA), which are used for virus classification (Webster, Bean, Gorman, Chambers, & Kawaoka, 1992).
In birds, 16 HA (H1‐H16) and 9 NA (N1‐N9) subtypes have been identified (Fouchier et al., 2005; Olsen et al., 2006). Most AI viruses are low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) virus strains that cause subclinical infections in poultry (Webster & Rott, 1987). In some cases, mild respiratory disease, a reduction in egg production or low mortality is observed (Gonzales & Elbers, 2018). Although wild birds are considered the primary source of AI virus infections in poultry, flocks may also become infected by subsequent spread between farms.
Note. FRONT. VET. SCI. 22/05/19 Editorial: Epidemiology of Avian Influenza Viruses. Avian influenza (AI) is a highly contagious viral disease, characterized by an intense circulation in many wild waterbird reservoir populations, with periodical introduction into the domestic poultry sector. AI viruses have been the source of devastating economic losses in the poultry industry over the last three decades and have become a major veterinary and public health concern due to their zoonotic potential (1, 2). Outbreaks caused by highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) viruses have caused serious animal health crises worldwide, such as the high case fatality rates in poultry, the control measures that are applied (massive pre-emptive culling or vaccination) and the consequences of virus detection on the international poultry produce trade. Undoubtedly, the rapid and continuous evolution of AI viruses make their surveillance and control particularly challenging.
Timely information is required to optimize the emergency response during outbreaks. Author Contributions Funding 1. FRONT. VET. SCI. 17/12/18 Detecting and Predicting Emerging Disease in Poultry With the Implementation of New Technologies and Big Data: A Focus on Avian Influenza Virus. Jake Astill1, Rozita A. Dara1, Evan D. Fraser1 and Shayan Sharif1* 1University of Guelph, Canada IntroductionGlobal population growth, along with rising affluence in Asia, are driving up not only our total demand for food, but also the amount of protein required to feed all of humanity (1,2). VIRUSES 28/08/18 The Pandemic Threat of Emerging H5 and H7 Avian Influenza Viruses. The 1918 H1N1 Spanish Influenza pandemic was the most severe pandemic in modern history. Unlike more recent pandemics, most of the 1918 H1N1 virus’ genome was derived directly from an avian influenza virus.
Recent avian-origin H5 A/goose/Guangdong/1/1996 (GsGd) and Asian H7N9 viruses have caused several hundred human infections with high mortality rates. While these viruses have not spread beyond infected individuals, if they evolve the ability to transmit efficiently from person-to-person, specifically via the airborne route, they will initiate a pandemic. Therefore, this review examines H5 GsGd and Asian H7N9 viruses that have caused recent zoonotic infections with a focus on viral properties that support airborne transmission. Several GsGd H5 and Asian H7N9 viruses display molecular changes that potentiate transmission and/or exhibit ability for limited transmission between ferrets.
NATURE 01/08/18 Evolution of high pathogenicity of H5 avian influenza virus: haemagglutinin cleavage site selection of reverse-genetics mutants during passage in chickens. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health Available online 9 June 2018 Mitigation strategies to reduce the generation and transmission of airborne highly pathogenic avian influenza virus particles during processing of infected poultry. Open Access Highlights Changes in the processing of H5N1-infected chickens reduce airborne transmission. Containing the first step can reduce generation of airborne virus and their transmission. Disposable plastic bag, cooking pot, or bucket are practical containing vessels.
Mechanical defeathering increases airborne virus compared to manual defeathering. Processing vaccinated chickens prevents airborne virus generation and transmission. Abstract. CGIAR - 2009 - Introduction to participatory epidemiology and its application to highly pathogenic avian influenza participatory disease surveillance: A manual for participatory disease surveillance practitioners. FRONTIERS IN VETERINARY SCIENCE 03/04/18 Geographical and historical patterns in the emergences of novel highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5 and H7 viruses in poultry. Madhur S. Dhingra1, 2, Jean Artois1, Simon Dellicour3, Philippe Lemey3, Gwenaelle Dauphin2, Sophie Von Dobschuetz2, Thomas P. Van Boeckel4, 5, David M.
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This environment provides avian influenza viruses with the opportunity to evolve, reassort, and, ultimately, infect human beings. Although zoonotic infections might have high case-fatality rates, it is unlikely that a fully avian virus will cause the next pandemic. VIRUS EVOLUTION 18/03/17 Adaptation of avian influenza virus to a swine host. Skip to Main Content. PLOS 09/03/17 Discordant detection of avian influenza virus subtypes in time and space between poultry and wild birds; Towards improvement of surveillance programs. Abstract. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2017, 14(3), 263; Comparative Epidemiology of Human Fatal Infections with Novel, High (H5N6 and H5N1) and Low (H7N9 and H9N2) Pathogenicity Avian Influenza A Viruses. CDC EID - FEV 2017 - Au sommaire notamment: Highly Pathogenic Influenza A(H5Nx) Viruses with Altered H5 Receptor-Binding Specificity. Hongbo Guo1, Erik de Vries1, Ryan McBride, Jojanneke Dekkers, Wenjie Peng, Kim M.
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