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ANIMALS 12/08/21 Emerging and Re-Emerging Diseases: Novel Challenges in Today’s World or More of the Same? The Special Issue is completed by six research papers covering a wide array of emerging and re-emerging diseases of poultry, bovine, poultry and tortoises, of various nature such as parasitic, bacterial, and viral.

ANIMALS 12/08/21 Emerging and Re-Emerging Diseases: Novel Challenges in Today’s World or More of the Same?

The first is a descriptive pathological study of avian schistosomes infection in Whooper Swans (Cygnus cygnus) from rescue/rehabilitation centers in Honshu, Japan, reporting that swans most likely died from obstructive phlebitis associated with Allobilharzia visceralis [13]. Additionally, more avian pathogens were assessed, initially bacteria, such as Salmonella Minnesota, with the genomic characterization of clonal lineages associated with poultry production in Brazil, demonstrating the dissemination of two distinct S. Minnesota lineages with high resistance to antibiotics and important virulence genetic clusters in Brazilian poultry farms [14]. COMPTES RENDUS BIOLOGIES - 2020 - Comprendre le rôle des arthropodes vecteurs dans l’émergence et la propagation des maladies infectieuses végétales, animales et humaines. Chronique d’épidémies annoncées dans le sud de la France.

PATHOGENS 30/06/21 Emerging and Re-Emerging Diseases (Taiwan) Throughout history, infectious diseases have vastly impacted human civilization.

PATHOGENS 30/06/21 Emerging and Re-Emerging Diseases (Taiwan)

Around fifty years ago, many people believed that the age-old battle of humans against infectious disease was virtually over and that humankind were the winners [1,2]. Unfortunately, several new diseases emerged during the past decades (such as AIDS, West Nile fever, and Legionnaires’ disease) [2,3]. In addition, certain traditional diseases resurged with full effects (such as malaria, Lyme disease, and tuberculosis) [3]. ANSES 14/04/21 Zootopique, le podcast d’anticipation de l’Anses. L'actualité a été ajouté à votre bibliothèque.

ANSES 14/04/21 Zootopique, le podcast d’anticipation de l’Anses

ANIMALS 18/06/21 Illegal Wildlife Trade and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Pervasive Impacts to Species, Ecosystems and Human Health. All articles published by MDPI are made immediately available worldwide under an open access license.

ANIMALS 18/06/21 Illegal Wildlife Trade and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Pervasive Impacts to Species, Ecosystems and Human Health

No special permission is required to reuse all or part of the article published by MDPI, including figures and tables. For articles published under an open access Creative Common CC BY license, any part of the article may be reused without permission provided that the original article is clearly cited. Feature Papers represent the most advanced research with significant potential for high impact in the field. Feature Papers are submitted upon individual invitation or recommendation by the scientific editors and undergo peer review prior to publication.

SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 12/03/21 Real-time seroprevalence and exposure levels of emerging pathogens in infection-naive host populations. Seroepidemiological dynamics and exposure underestimation We start by describing our framework’s seroepidemiological dynamics for a first epidemic wave of a novel emerging pathogen in an homogeneously mixing host-population (Fig. 1A–C, default parameter set as in Table 1).

SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 12/03/21 Real-time seroprevalence and exposure levels of emerging pathogens in infection-naive host populations

As expected from classic SLIR theory, incidence evolves into a bell-shaped curve that peaks at the theoretical herd-immunity threshold 1–1/R0. Up to the outbreak’s peak, both the number of daily incidence and seroconversion events increase (Fig. 1A). However, as the daily incidence starts to grow exponentially, seroconversion as dictated by a constant rate defined by the distribution of time to seroconversion (T2S) grows slower. WIKIPEDIA - Maladie infectieuse émergente. Maladie infectieuse émergente Pénurie de produits pour la prévention de la transmission aérienne, Hong Kong, 2020.

WIKIPEDIA - Maladie infectieuse émergente.

CIRAD 28/10/20 Marisa Peyre : « Une émergence de maladie, cela se bloque au premier cas » Le livre blanc et le policy brief fournissent des recommandations afin de réduire les risques de propagation de maladies de la faune sauvage à l’être humain.

CIRAD 28/10/20 Marisa Peyre : « Une émergence de maladie, cela se bloque au premier cas »

Quel est pour vous le levier fondamental ? Marisa Peyre : La surveillance est le premier rempart face à l’émergence d’une maladie. LES ANNALES DES MINES - JUILLET 2008 - Les causes de l’émergence des agents infectieux (D. Raoult) La Presse Médicale Volume 48, Issue 12, December 2019, Qu’apprend-t-on de nouveau des épidémies émergentes ? B.

La Presse Médicale Volume 48, Issue 12, December 2019, Qu’apprend-t-on de nouveau des épidémies émergentes ?

Horvat, V. Guillaume, T.F. WildLes virus Nipah et Hendra : des agents pathogènes zoonotiques émergents Virologie, 11 (5) (2007), pp. 351-360 P. N Engl J Med, 374 (2016), pp. 1281-1287 A. QUAE-OPEN - MAI 2016 - ÉMERGENCE DE MALADIES INFECTIEUSES - risques et enjeux de société. PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND 12/12/18 Guidance - Emerging infections: how and why they arise. RFI 18/07/18 PRIORITE SANTE - Les maladies infectieuses émergentes. Etre en bonne santé est un besoin universel.

RFI 18/07/18 PRIORITE SANTE - Les maladies infectieuses émergentes

OIE - 2016 - Les normes internationales, une mission au coeur du mandat de l'OIE. Au sommaire notamment: - La dénomination des maladies émergentes. SCIENCES PO 20/05/14 « La construction d'une notion juridique à partir de notions non-juridiques: l'exemple des "nouveaux risques" ou "risques émergents" ». CDC EID - Volume 20, Number 10—October 2014. Au sommaire notamment: Emerging Infections: A Guide to Diseases, Causative Agents, and Surveillance. OMS - 2015 - WHO best practices for naming of new human infectious diseases. Number of pages: 3 Publication date: 2015 Languages: English Document number: WHO_HSE_FOS_15.1 Download "WHO best practices for naming of new human infectious diseases" Overview WHO, in consultation and collaboration with the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), has identified best practices for the naming of new human diseases, with the aim to minimize unnecessary negative impact of disease names on trade, travel, tourism or animal welfare, and avoid causing offence to any cultural, social, national, regional, professional or ethnic groups.

OMS - 2015 - WHO best practices for naming of new human infectious diseases

Contact For more information on disease naming, please contact: infectiousdiseasenaming@who.int For media inquiries, please contact: mediainquiries@who.int Related links. PLOS 16/03/15 The Causes and Consequences of Changes in Virulence following Pathogen Host Shifts. Abstract Emerging infectious diseases are often the result of a host shift, where the pathogen originates from a different host species. Virulence—the harm a pathogen does to its host—can be extremely high following a host shift (for example Ebola, HIV, and SARs), while other host shifts may go undetected as they cause few symptoms in the new host. Here we examine how virulence varies across host species by carrying out a large cross infection experiment using 48 species of Drosophilidae and an RNA virus.

HEALTH SCIENCE JOURNAL VOLUME 5, ISSUE 3 (2011) Emerging and re-Emerging Infectious Diseases: A potential pandemic threat. Veterinary Research, a journal on Animal Infection. A Peer-Reviewed Open-Access Journal. Epidemiology-1.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Mechanisms of viral emergence. Vet. Res. (2010) 41:38 Review article Mechanisms of viral emergence Esteban Domingo* Centro de Biología Molecular Severo Ochoa (CSIC-UAM), C/Nicolas Cabrera, 1, Cantoblanco, Madrid 28049, Centro de Investigación Biomédica en Red de Enfermedades Hepáticas y Digestivas (CIBERehd), Barcelona, Spain * Corresponding author: edomingo@cbm.uam.es Received: 17 November 2009 Accepted: 4 February 2010 Abstract.

Table of Contents — January 2010, 47 (1) 137.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Schaberg Beth Ann.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Ciência & Saúde Coletiva - Emerging infectious diseases and the emergence of diseases: a conceptual revision and new issues. Doenças infecciosas emergentes e a emergência das doenças: uma revisão conceitual e novas questões. 1834999.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Title page for ETD 4900. Mubayi_Cost_based_Final.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Emerging_Infectious_Diseases_Fineberg_and_Wilson.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Emerging tick-borne disease. A domestic ecological mystery Stories of environmental damage and their consequences always seem to take place far away and in another country, usually a tropical one with lush rainforests and poison dart frogs.

In fact, similar stories starring familiar animals are unfolding all the time in our own backyards — including gripping tales of diseases jumping from animal hosts to people when ecosystems are disrupted. 531.pdf (Objet application/pdf)

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Changement climatique et maladies émergentes « Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet. Monsieur le président de l’Assemblée nationale, Monsieur le président de la commission, Mesdames les ministres, Mesdames et messieurs les députés, chers collègues, Il ne s’agit pas ici d’être moderne ou ancien, progressiste ou réactionnaire. Il s’agit de répondre concrètement aux aspirations de couples de même sexe, sans nier l’attachement de nombreux Français à l’institution du mariage comme union d’un homme et d’une femme dans le but de fonder une famille. Deux sujets sont imbriqués dans ce texte : l’union d’abord, la place des enfants ensuite.

Cette aspiration est légitime : nous devons aux couples de même sexe la pleine reconnaissance de leur union. 2007_1_CR_Unesco.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Médecine tropicale. Pierre Aubry : Professeur de médecine tropicale du Service de Santé des Armées (E.R). Professeur émérite à la Faculté de Médecine d'Antananarivo (Madagascar). Faisandier_laurie_2011_archivage.pdf (Objet application/pdf) L'époque des virus - La politique des maladies animales émergentes dans le monde. La politique des maladies animales émergentes dans le monde En 2005-2006 a éclaté en Chine une mystérieuse maladie porcine : Dans la province Jiangxi au Sud-Est du pays, les porcs ont commencé à mourir d’une forte fièvre. Cette fièvre a progressé rapidement au sein des élevages et d’un élevage à l’autre, et rien ne semblait pouvoir la maîtriser. En l’espace d’une année, le tueur inconnu s’était propagé dans dix provinces, faisant disparaître un nombre de porcs estimé à 400 000.

De nouvelles flambées ont eu lieu en 2007, tandis que la maladie s’étendait à quinze autres provinces, semant la dévastation et tuant des centaines de milliers de porcs supplémentaires. Avec ces morts en masse, les prix de la viande de porc chinois ont atteint des niveaux records, causant de gros problèmes chez les consommateurs et de graves inquiétudes au gouvernement chinois et à l’industrie agroalimentaire mondiale sur les effets que pourrait avoir une telle inflation sur la stabilité politique du pays.