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Article rédigé par. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-006260/2020 Risque d’épidémie de grippe aviaire en Europe. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-006090/2020 The role of hunters and foresters in combating the spread of avian influenza. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-006204/2020 Outbreak of bird flu in Europe.
PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-004596/2019 Solar panels in open-air runs on chicken farms (trading standards for eggs) BMC Veterinary Research 2020 16:48 Evidence of avian influenza virus in seabirds breeding on a Norwegian high-Arctic archipelago. Avian influenza viruses (AIVs) are adapted to avian species, and aquatic birds are the natural hosts and reservoir species, as a consequence of that there is extensive genetic diversity in aquatic birds .
AIVs in wild birds tend to have a low pathogeneicity when it comes to overt clinical signs . AIVs from wild birds can elicit lethal symptoms when transmitted to non-reservoir species, for example causing mass die offs in marine mammals . Additionally, AIV is an important zoonotic disease and increased circulation of the virus may facilitate the emergence of strains that can pass from wild birds to domestic poultry and to humans . Thus, AIV has the potential to significantly impact human and wildlife health on a global scale. Dynamics of AIV may be particularly affected in heavily climate-stressed areas, such as the Arctic [4,5,6].
While ducks and geese have the highest infection rates among wild birds , gulls also form a significant component of the AIV reservoir. CDC EID - MARS 2020 - Role of Live-Duck Movement Networks in Transmission of Avian Influenza, France, 2016–2017. Disclaimer: Early release articles are not considered as final versions.
Any changes will be reflected in the online version in the month the article is officially released. Author affiliations: École Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse, Toulouse, France (C. Guinat, T. Vergne, T. Corre, J.L. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-000289-19 Biosecurity measures in response to avian influenza. CDC EID - DEC 2018 - Comparison of 2016–17 and Previous Epizootics of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5 Guangdong Lineage in Europe. Pablo Alarcon1, Adam Brouwer1, Divya Venkatesh, Daisy Duncan, Chrysostomos I.
Dovas, George Georgiades, Isabella Monne, Alice Fusaro, Adam Dan, Krzysztof Śmietanka, Vassilios Ragias, Andrew C. Breed, Taxiarchis Chassalevris, Gabriela Goujgoulova, Charlotte Kristiane Hjulsager, Eoin Ryan, Azucena Sánchez, Eric Niqueux, Niina Tammiranta, Siamak Zohari, David A. Stroud, Vladimir Savić, Nicola S. Lewis, and Ian H.
Actions influenza aviaire menées par les pays Européens et par la Suisse. Avian Dis. 2016 May;60(1 Suppl):387-93. One Decade of Active Avian Influenza Wild Bird Surveillance in Belgium Showed a Higher Viroprevalence in Hunter-Harvested Than in Live-Ringed Birds. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-000485-17 Bird flu epidemic in Europe. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question P-001000-17 Avian influenza and the general prohibition of vaccination.
PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question P-009742-16 Trading standards for eggs and measures against bird flu. Because of the risk of infection with highly pathogenic bird flu, Member States are taking necessary measures, including requiring poultry to be kept indoors.
Some poultry farmers have invested in free-range facilities (4m2 of outdoor area per hen). Trading standards stipulate that, if access to the free-range area is restricted for more than 12 weeks on veterinary grounds, free-range status lapses (Regulation 589/2008, Annex II). The current bird flu is highly infectious, more so than past strains, and may persist for longer than 12 weeks. 1. In the event of loss of status, consumers will be denied the freedom of choice to continue to opt specifically for eggs from hens which, for the greater part of year, as soon as it is safe to their health, have access to free-range facilities, for which animal welfare investments have been made that entail financial commitments throughout the year. 2.
EUROSURVEILLANCE 02/03/17 Emerging highly pathogenic H5 avian influenza viruses in France during winter 2015/16: phylogenetic analyses and markers for zoonotic potential. Transbound Emerg Dis. 2011 Feb;58(1):76-8. First reported incursion of highly pathogenic notifiable avian influenza A H5N1 viruses from clade 2.3.2 into European poultry.
JOURNEE D'EPIDEMIOLOGIE AEEMA, 1ER JUIN 2007 Au sommaire: Evolution de l'épizootie d'influenza aviaire hautement pathogènes à virus H5N1 en Europe entre 2005 et août 2007. Vet Res. 2013; 44(1): 23. Pathobiology and transmission of highly and low pathogenic avian influenza viruses in European quail (Coturnix c. coturnix) Actions influenza aviaire menées par les pays Européens et par la Suisse. VIRUSES 23/06/15 Phylodynamics of H5N1 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Europe, 2005–2010: Potential for Molecular Surveillance of New Outbreaks. 1 Environmental and Life Sciences Research Center, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait City, Safat 13109, Kuwait 2 Department of Veterinary Population Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota, St.
Paul, MA 55108, USA 3 Department of Evolution and Ecology, Center for Population Biology, University of California Davis, Davis, CA 95616, USA * Author to whom correspondence should be addressed. Received: 7 April 2015 / Revised: 2 June 2015 / Accepted: 16 June 2015 / Published: 23 June 2015 Previous Bayesian phylogeographic studies of H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses (HPAIVs) explored the origin and spread of the epidemic from China into Russia, indicating that HPAIV circulated in Russia prior to its detection there in 2005. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Influenza aviaire H5N8 en Europe. Vet Res. 2013; 44(1): 23. Pathobiology and transmission of highly and low pathogenic avian influenza viruses in European quail (Coturnix c. coturnix)
UNMEDIA 10/02/15 Grippe aviaire: la FAO et l’Institut suisse de bio-informatique s'unissent pour lutter contre les maladies zoonotiques. Photo : FAO/Simon Maina L’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO) et l’Institut suisse de bio-informatique (SIB) se sont allié dans la lutte contre les infections virales dangereuses chez les animaux de ferme et la faune sauvage, dont la grippe aviaire et la fièvre aphteuse.
Le SIB est l’une des institutions de référence mondiale en bio-informatique, une science relativement nouvelle qui emploie la technologie informatique pour étudier les données biologiques. Il est équipée d’ordinateurs de haute performance, de logiciels, de bases de données et de connaissances utiles pour le dépistage et la surveillance des maladies zoonotiques. En étroite collaboration avec la FAO, les experts du SIB ont développé des outils pour améliorer la détection précoce et les systèmes d’alerte rapide afin de prévenir et de répondre aux urgences en matière de maladies transfrontalières qui affectent la volaille ou le bétail. UNIVERSITE DE LORRAINE 14/12/12 Thèse en ligne : Epidémiologie moléculaire des virus de l'influenza aviaire et de la maladie de Newcastle en Afrique de l'Ouest, en Afrique Centrale et au Luxembourg. Eurosurveillance - View Article. Since the beginning of November 2014, nine outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAIV) A(H5N8) in poultry have been detected in four European countries.
In this report, similarities and differences between the modes of introduction of HPAIV A(H5N1) and A(H5N8) into Europe are described. Experiences from outbreaks of A(H5N1) in Europe demonstrated that early detection to control HPAIV in poultry has proven pivotal to minimise the risk of zoonotic transmission and prevention of human cases. Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus A(H5N1) and A(H5N8) outbreaks in domestic poultry and wild birds in Europe Outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAIV) A(H5N8) in domestic poultry and wild birds in Europe in 2014 have some similarities to the previous introduction of HPAIV A(H5N1). Since beginning of November 2014, nine outbreaks have been detected in four countries in Europe. Table. VETERINARSKI ARCHIV - 2014 - Virological and serological investigaiton of avian influenza in black-headed gulls captured on a rubbish dump in Zagreb, Croatia.
VETERINARIJA IR ZOOTECHNIKA (Vet Med Zoot). T. 60 (82). 2012 SURVEILLANCE OF WILD WATERBIRDS FOR AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUSES IN LITHUANIA. ORDINEVETERINARIROMA 15/10/13 FOCOLAIO INFLUENZA AVIARIA IN PROVINCIA DI BRESCIA. Roma, 3 marzo 2014 - Si è tenuto presso la sede centrale dell’IZSLT l’incontro di presentazione dei risultati del primo anno di attività del progetto di ricerca corrente “Stima delle prevalenze delle infezioni da Babesia caballi e Theileria equi ed Anaplasma phagocytophilum, messa a punto di metodi quantitativi ed analisi di differenti metodi diagnostici in uso in relazione allo stato sanitario dei soggetti infetti”.
Risultati e resoconto delle considerazioni sono consultabili nella pagina Web del CeRME, dove è disponibile anche la nuova scheda raccolta dati .Il primo anno di ricerca ha già fornito risultati di stimolo alla prosecuzione. È pubblicata sulla GU di ieri la proroga dell'ordinanza 1° marzo 2013 in materia di identificazione sanitaria degli equidi. I gatti sono creature curiose per natura . Amano giocare , saltare e vagano in giro per casa , ma a volte la loro curiosità li può esporre a gravi pericoli.
[leggi] IZSVENEZIE_IT 07/10/13 Highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreaks in Italy (updated October 7th 2013) Mercoledì 23 Ottobre 2013 00:00 Last September were presented in Brussels the activities and the results of AniBioThreat, a three-year project funded by the European Commission as part of a programme of prevention and fight to animal bioterrorism threats.
The project intended to enhance the EU's capacity in dealing with bioterrorist threats facing the animal world, through the dissemination of knowledge, sharing prevention activities and plans. The project involved the police and experts in the fields of veterinary medicine, forensic medicine, animal health, food safety and communication, working for veterinary Institutes and Universities from 8 EU countries. IZSVe also participated in the AniBioThreat project, contributing to the development of innovative systems for the diagnosis of microbial agents used for purposes of bioterrorism and the creation of simulations and contingency plans. AVIAN PATHOLOGY - 2011 - Multiyear surveillance of Influenza A virus in wild birds in Portugal. CDC EID – OCT 2012 – Spread of Influenza Virus A (H5N1) Clade 184.108.40.206 to Bulgaria in Common Buzzards Skip directly to local search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to navigation Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options CDC Home CDC 24/7: Saving Lives.
All actions taken by the Commission aim to stop the spread of the disease, to eradicate it as soon as possible, to ensure the safe movement, imports and exports of animals and their products and to inform trading partners and other interested parties about the actions taken at Community level. The measures taken are in line with Community legislation and the requirements of the Word Organisation for Animal Health (OIE). Since 2003 the main events and the Commission actions are summarised in the following Chronologies: Animal Health & Welfare - Animal Diseases - Animal Disease Notification System. Disease surveillance & control -UK Zoonoses reports. This is the old Defra Website - our current information is at www.defra.gov.uk That site may temporarily link to older information here that remains relevant - see "About our website" This is an annually published retrospective Report on Zoonoses in the United Kingdom (UK) presenting a summary of the trends and sources of zoonotic infection in humans, animals, food and feedstuffs in the UK.
These reports are compiled from data obtained from national surveillance systems and control programmes, research programmes and from data submitted to the European Community under the Zoonoses Directive 03/09/EEC by agencies contributing to the Report. 2009 Report (PDF 1.3MB) It is hoped that the report is especially useful to professionals who deal with zoonotic diseases, as well as giving non-specialists an insight into zoonoses, their prevalence and importance. It is not possible to cover all zoonoses in a report of this nature.