CDC EID - Volume 23, Number 1—January 2017. Au sommaire: Modeling Tool for Decision Support during Early Days of an Anthrax Event. Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (G.
Rainisch, M.I. Meltzer, S. Shadomy, W.A. Bower, N. Hupert); Weill Cornell Medical College and New York–Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York, USA (N. Highlight and copy the desired format. Abstract Health officials lack field-implementable tools for forecasting the effects that a large-scale release of Bacillus anthracis spores would have on public health and hospitals. Population exposure to aerosolized Bacillus anthracis spores is one of the most potentially catastrophic public health emergencies (1). Public health officials lack widely available tools for rapidly estimating the number of cases, projecting medical surge, and evaluating response options during an anthrax event. FAO - SEPT 2016 - EMPRES WATCH - Anthrax outbreaks: a warning for improved prevention, control and heightened awareness. NATIONAL ACADEMY OF AGRARIAN SCIENCES OF UKRAINE - 2015 - JOURNAL FOR VETERINARY MEDICINE, BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOSAFETY Au sommaire notamment : MODERN TURKISH APPROACHES TO SOILS' DECONTAMINATION FROM ANTHRAX' AGENT WITH ATTENTION TO UKRAINE NEEDS.
Issue 1 Journal for Veterinary Medicine, Biotechnology and Biosafety Volume 1, Issue 1, March 2015, Pages 32–38 ISSN XXXX-XXXX (print version) ISSN ISSN 2411-0388 (online version) Sahin M., Buyuk F., Celik E. of , Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Microbiology, , e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Buzun A., Koltchik H., Rahimov J.
NationalScientific Center “Institute of Experimentaland Clinical Veterinary Medicine”, Kharkiv, Ukraine, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Download PDF (print version) Citation for print version: Sahin, M., Buyuk, F., Celik, E., Buzun, A. Download PDF (online version) NATIONAL ACADEMY OF AGRARIAN SCIENCES OF UKRAINE - 2016 - JOURNAL FOR VETERINARY MEDICINE, BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOSAFETY UNEARTHING ANTHRAX— APPLICATION OF GENOTYPING FOR EXPLORING A CRYPTIC LIFE CYCLE OF BACILLUS ANTHRACIS IN SOIL. PLOS 09/06/16 Redefining the Australian Anthrax Belt: Modeling the Ecological Niche and Predicting the Geographic Distribution of Bacillus anthracis. Abstract The ecology and distribution of B. anthracis in Australia is not well understood, despite the continued occurrence of anthrax outbreaks in the eastern states of the country.
Efforts to estimate the spatial extent of the risk of disease have been limited to a qualitative definition of an anthrax belt extending from southeast Queensland through the centre of New South Wales and into northern Victoria. This definition of the anthrax belt does not consider the role of environmental conditions in the distribution of B. anthracis. Here, we used the genetic algorithm for rule-set prediction model system (GARP), historical anthrax outbreaks and environmental data to model the ecological niche of B. anthracis and predict its potential geographic distribution in Australia.
Rev. sci. tech. Off. int. Epiz. , 2014, 33 (2), Anthrax as an example of the One Health concept. PLOS 05/06/14 Interactions between Bacillus anthracis and Plants May Promote Anthrax Transmission. Abstract Environmental reservoirs are essential in the maintenance and transmission of anthrax but are poorly characterized.
The anthrax agent, Bacillus anthracis was long considered an obligate pathogen that is dormant and passively transmitted in the environment. However, a growing number of laboratory studies indicate that, like some of its close relatives, B. anthracis has some activity outside of its vertebrate hosts. Here we show in the field that B. anthracis has significant interactions with a grass that could promote anthrax spore transmission to grazing hosts. Using a local, virulent strain of B. anthracis, we performed a field experiment in an enclosure within a grassland savanna. Author Summary Anthrax is a neglected zoonotic disease affecting livestock, wildlife, and humans in developing countries, particularly in Africa and Asia, and it occurs regularly in rural parts of North America.
BioMed Research International Volume 2014 (2014), Possible Use of Bacteriophages Active against Bacillus anthracis and Other B. cereus Group Members in the Face of a Bioterrorism Threat. PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND 18/09/14 Anthrax: assessing risk of anthrax on building land. TRANSBOUNDARY AND EMERGING DISEASES - DEC 2015 - Historical cases of anthrax in Sweden 1916–1961. University of Pittsburgh - 2012 - Thèse en ligne : SYNDROMIC SURVEILLANCE FOR BIOTERRORISM-RELATED INHALATION ANTHRAX IN AN EMER. Veterinarni Medicina, 56, 2011 (1): 22–27 The antimicrobial susceptibility and virulence factors of Bacillus anthracis strains i. IE - Revue scientifique et technique 30 (3) DEC 2011 . Au sommaire:* Composantes du paysage favorisant l’apparition de la fièvre.
THESES EN LIGNE DE L UNIVERSITE DE PRETORIA : A study of the epidemiology and socio-economic impact of Anthrax in Luangwa Valley. PNAS 24/05/02 Progress in rapid screening of Bacillus anthracis lethal factor activity. ANSES - 2005 - Rapport sur l'évaluation du risque d'apparition et de développement de maladies animales compte tenu d'un éventue. Sommaire Rapport sur l’évaluation du risque d’apparition et de développement de maladies animales compte tenu d’un éventuel réchauffement climatique Françoise GAUCHARD, Anne-Marie HATTENBERGER Février 2005 Composition du groupe de travail Terminologie et glossaire Saisine Introduction 1 Variations climatiques et leurs conséquences 1.1 Le changement climatique 1.2 Impact des variations climatiques en France 1.3 Mécanismes d’impact du changement climatique sur l’épidémiologie des maladies animales 1.4 Conséquences du réchauffement climatique sur le comportement humain et la transmission des maladies animales 2 Dangers et risques sanitaires 2.1 Présentation générale de la méthode de détermination des dangers et des risques.
Clinical and Vaccine Immunology, June 2006, p. 671-677, Vol. 13, No. 6 Detection of Anthrax Toxin in the Serum of Animals Infect. + Author Affiliations Several strategies that target anthrax toxin are being developed as therapies for infection by Bacillus anthracis. Although the action of the tripartite anthrax toxin has been extensively studied in vitro, relatively little is known about the presence of toxins during an infection in vivo. We developed a series of sensitive sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs) for detection of both the protective antigen (PA) and lethal factor (LF) components of the anthrax exotoxin in serum. The assays utilize as capture agents an engineered high-affinity antibody to PA, a soluble form of the extracellular domain of the anthrax toxin receptor (ANTXR2/CMG2), or PA itself.
Sandwich immunoassays were used to detect and quantify PA and LF in animals infected with the Ames or Vollum strains of anthrax spores. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA - 2010 - Thèse en ligne : ECOLOGICAL NICHE MODELING OF A ZOONOSIS: A CASE STUDY USING ANTHRAX OUTBREAKS AN.