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CDC EID - FEV 2017 - Au sommaire notamment: H5Nx Panzootic Bird Flu—Influenza’s Newest Worldwide Evolutionary Tour. Author affiliations: National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA (J.K.

CDC EID - FEV 2017 - Au sommaire notamment: H5Nx Panzootic Bird Flu—Influenza’s Newest Worldwide Evolutionary Tour

Taubenberger, D.M. Morens); Associate Editor, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (D.M. Morens) Suggested citation for this article Influenza A viruses (IAVs) cause annual epidemics, periodic pandemics, and enzootic infections of numerous animals, including horses, dogs, pigs, seals, and whales (1). In wild birds, IAVs usually cause inapparent, self-limited, lower gastrointestinal tract infections. IAVs have 1 of 18 hemagglutinin (HA) subtypes (HA being the major surface glycoprotein that elicits immune responses). Although LPAI poultry epizootics may not be recognized because infections are asymptomatic, fatal HPAI outbreaks in domestic chicken and turkey flocks are obvious and have been described worldwide for >225 years.

In this context, the study of Guo et al. (7) in this issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases is of particular interest. Dr. Dr. Acknowledgment References. NATIONAL ACADEMY OF AGRARIAN SCIENCES OF UKRAINE - 2016 - JOURNAL FOR VETERINARY MEDICINE, BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOSAFETY COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE METHODS OF MOLECULAR DETECTION OF AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUS SUBTYPE H5N1.

INRA - Innovations Agronomiques - DEC 2012 - Au sommaire:Interactions entre l'avifaune sauvage et les élevages de volailles : quel risque épidémiologique vis à vis de l'Influenza aviaire ? IRD - AVRIL 2015 - Les approches écologiques et évolutives incontournables pour mieux comprendre les épidémies de grippe aviaire.

ECDC

RIVM - 2005 - Quantitative risk assessment of avian influenza virus infectino via water. CDC EID - Volume 21, Number 7—July 2015. Rapidly Expanding Range of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Viruses ; Author affiliations: US Geological Survey National Wildlife Health Center, Madison, Wisconsin, USA (J.S.

CDC EID - Volume 21, Number 7—July 2015. Rapidly Expanding Range of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Viruses ;

Hall, R.J. Dusek); US Department of Agriculture, Athens, Georgia, USA (E. Spackman) Suggested citation for this article Abstract The movement of highly pathogenic avian influenza (H5N8) virus across Eurasia and into North America and the virus’ propensity to reassort with co-circulating low pathogenicity viruses raise concerns among poultry producers, wildlife biologists, aviculturists, and public health personnel worldwide. The recent introduction of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) subtype H5N8 virus into Europe and North America poses major risks to poultry industries, zoologic collections, and wildlife populations; thus, this introduction warrants continued and heightened vigilance.

INRS - 2006 - Influenza aviaire, grippe aviaire et menace de pandémie : un nouvel enjeu en santé au travail 

FAO/OMS

CONFLUTECH - Capacity building for the control of avian influenza through technology transfer and training. CONFLUTECH - Technical Workshop on Epidemiological Tools - Germany 2009. APEIR - Asian partnership on Emerging inectious disese research - SEPT 2007 - Social-economic Impacts of HPAI Outbreaks and Cont. APEIR - Asian partnership on Emerging inectious disese research - SEPT 2007 - Social-economic Impacts of HPAI Outbreaks and Cont. ONU 26/03/08 Ducks and rice major factors in bird flu outbreaks, says UN agency. 26 March 2008 – Ducks, rice and people – and not chickens – have emerged as the most significant factors in the spread of avian influenza in Thailand and Viet Nam, according to a study carried out by a group of experts from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and associated research centres.

ONU 26/03/08 Ducks and rice major factors in bird flu outbreaks, says UN agency

“Mapping H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza risk in Southeast Asia: ducks, rice and people” also finds that these factors are probably behind persistent outbreaks in other countries such as Cambodia and Laos. The study, which examined a series of waves of H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza in Thailand and Viet Nam between early 2004 and late 2005, was initiated and coordinated by FAO senior veterinary officer Jan Slingenbergh and just published in the latest issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States.

“We now know much better where and when to expect H5N1 flare-ups, and this helps to target prevention and control,” said Mr. MINISTERE DE L'ECOLOGIE 21/10/05 Grippe aviaire : Avis de l'Observatoire national de la faune sauvage et de ses habitats sur l'é. IRD SEPT 2009 Grippe aviaire : chez les oiseaux sauvages, les épidémies se propagent via l’eau. Septembre 2009 Fiches d'actualité scientifique Le virus H1N1 menace actuellement la planète d’une pandémie de grippe A.

IRD SEPT 2009 Grippe aviaire : chez les oiseaux sauvages, les épidémies se propagent via l’eau

CNRS/INIST 19/07/06 Taux élevé de mutations du virus H5N1 lors de sa transmission d'homme à homme. Ann. Méd. Vét., 2004, 148, 65-77 Evaluation, contrôle et prévention du risque de transmission du virus influenza aviaire à l'hom. ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES 03/07/06 Déclarations communes des Académies des sciences pour le Sommet du G8 de juillet 2006 (concerne l. JOURNEE AEEMA : 20 MAI 2005. ONCFS 13/10/05 Évaluation de l'état sanitaire de l'avifaune sauvage de deux réserves de chasse et de faune sauvage vis à vis de. OIE - Numéro plurithématique Revue scientifique et technique 27 (3), 2008 Etude de terrain pour évaluer l’efficacité de la vacci.

ANR - JANVIER 2011 - santé-environnement santé-travail : actes du colloque bilan des projets financés en 2006.

EFSA

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