An encephalitis outbreak was investigated in Faridpur District, Bangladesh, in April-May 2004 to determine the cause of the outbreak and risk factors for disease. Biologic specimens were tested for Nipah virus. Surfaces were evaluated for Nipah virus contamination by using reverse transcription-PCR (RT-PCR). Thirty-six cases of Nipah virus illness were identified; 75% of case-patients died. Multiple peaks of illness occurred, and 33 case-patients had close contact with another Nipah virus patient before their illness. Results from a case-control study showed that contact with 1 patient carried the highest risk for infection (odds ratio 6.7, 95% confidence interval 2.9-16.8, p<0.001). RT-PCR testing of environmental samples confirmed Nipah virus contamination of hospital surfaces. This investigation provides evidence for person-to-person transmission of Nipah virus. Capacity for person-to-person transmission increases the potential for wider spread of this highly lethal pathogen and highlights the
Human Nipah outbreaks recur in a specific region and time of year in Bangladesh. Fruit bats are the reservoir host for Nipah virus. We identified 23 introductions of Nipah virus into human populations in central and northwestern Bangladesh from 2001 through 2007. Ten introductions affected multiple persons (median 10). Illness onset occurred from December through May but not every year. We identified 122 cases of human Nipah infection. The mean age of case-patients was 27 years; 87 (71%) died. In 62 (51%) Nipah virus-infected patients, illness developed 5-15 days after close contact with another Nipah case-patient. Nine (7%) Nipah case-patients transmitted virus to others. Nipah case-patients who had difficulty breathing were more likely than those without respiratory difficulty to transmit Nipah (12% vs. 0%, p = 0.03). Although a small minority of infected patients transmit Nipah virus, more than half of identified cases result from person-to-person transmission. Interventions to prevent virus ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - A Human Lung Xenograft Mouse Model of Nipah Virus Infection. AU - Valbuena, Gustavo. AU - Halliday, Hailey. AU - Borisevich, Viktoriya. AU - Goez, Yenny. AU - Rockx, Barry. PY - 2014/4. Y1 - 2014/4. N2 - Nipah virus (NiV) is a member of the genus Henipavirus (family Paramyxoviridae) that causes severe and often lethal respiratory illness and encephalitis in humans with high mortality rates (up to 92%). NiV can cause Acute Lung Injury (ALI) in humans, and human-to-human transmission has been observed in recent outbreaks of NiV. While the exact route of transmission to humans is not known, we have previously shown that NiV can efficiently infect human respiratory epithelial cells. The molecular mechanisms of NiV-associated ALI in the human respiratory tract are unknown. Thus, there is an urgent need for models of henipavirus infection of the human respiratory tract to study the pathogenesis and understand the host responses. Here, we describe a novel human lung xenograft model in ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Nipah Virus C and W Proteins Contribute to Respiratory Disease in Ferrets. AU - Satterfield, Benjamin A.. AU - Cross, Robert W.. AU - Fenton, Karla A.. AU - Borisevich, Viktoriya. AU - Agans, Krystle N.. AU - Deer, Daniel J.. AU - Graber, Jessica. AU - Basler, Christopher F.. AU - Geisbert, Thomas W.. AU - Mirea, Chad E.. PY - 2016/1/1. Y1 - 2016/1/1. N2 - Nipah virus (NiV) is a highly lethal paramyxovirus that recently emerged as a causative agent of febrile encephalitis and severerespiratory disease in humans. The ferret model has emerged as the preferred small-animal model with which to study NiV disease,but much is still unknown about the viral determinants of NiV pathogenesis, including the contribution of the C protein inferrets. Additionally, studies have yet to examine the synergistic effects of the various P gene products on pathogenesis in animalmodels. Using recombinant NiVs (rNiVs), we examine the sole contribution of the NiV C protein and the combined contributionsof ...
FIG. 3: FRUIT BATS ARE THE NATURAL RESERVOIRS OF NIPAH VIRUS. Diagnosis: Laboratory diagnosis of Nipah virus infection is made using reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) from throat swabs, cerebrospinal fluid, urine and blood analysis during acute and convalescent stages of the disease. IgG and IgM antibody detection can be done after recovery to confirm Nipah virus infection. Immunohisto chemistry on tissues collected during autopsy also confirms the disease 12. Viral RNA can be isolated from the saliva of infected persons.. The disease is very difficult to diagnose based on clinical symptoms alone. However, a definitive diagnosis can be made based on laboratory tests, which are briefly highlighted below:. ELISA: "ELISA" stands for "Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay". It is a very accurate and sensitive immunological test for detecting antigens or antibodies, depending upon the format of the ELISA technique used.. In case for NiV infection, antibodies will be generated ...
We investigated an outbreak of encephalitis in Tangail District, Bangladesh. We defined case-patients as persons from the outbreak area in whom fever developed with new onset of seizures or altered mental status from December 15, 2004, through January 31, 2005. Twelve persons met the definition; 11 (92%) died. Serum specimens were available from 3; 2 had immunoglobulin M antibodies against Nipah virus by capture enzyme immunoassay. We enrolled 11 case-patients and 33 neighborhood controls in a case-control study. The only exposure significantly associated with illness was drinking raw date palm sap (64% among case-patients vs. 18% among controls, odds ratio [OR] 7.9, p = 0.01). Fruit bats (Pteropus giganteus) are a nuisance to date palm sap collectors because the bats drink from the clay pots used to collect the sap at night. This investigation suggests that Nipah virus was transmitted from P. giganteus to persons through drinking fresh date palm sap ...
Nipah virus was first identified in 1999 during an outbreak of illness affecting pig farmers and others living in close contact with pigs. Over 100 human deaths were reported, and over a million pigs were killed to stop the outbreak. No cases of person-to-person spread were reported.. In 2001, there was an outbreak of Nipah virus in people in Bangladesh, and a separate outbreak in a hospital in India. In both countries, person-to-person transmission occurred. Outbreaks in Bangladesh happen nearly every year - with over 300 confirmed cases occurring there from 2001 to 2015.. ...
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LA JOLLA, CA - What began as a summer internship project designed for an undergraduate student evolved into a one-year study of one of the deadliest, but little known viruses. Researchers at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have now solved the structure of a key protein in the Nipah virus, which could pave the way for the development of a much-needed antiviral drug. "This structure shows how key pieces of the viruss machinery are oriented and tethered together," said TSRI Professor Erica Ollmann Saphire, senior author of the study. "This is part of a larger program to illuminate how these deadly viruses replicate." The Nipah virus is an emerging pathogen found in Southeast Asia, particularly Malaysia, Bangladesh and India. The first outbreak was in 1997, followed by yearly outbreaks since then, with increasing mortality rates. Carried by the flying fruit bat, the virus causes only mild illness in pigs, dogs, cats, horses, goats and sheep, which also spread the disease. But in humans, ...
The Nipah virus infection starts with 3-14 days of fever and headache, followed by drowsiness, disorientation and mental confusion. The acute encephalitis then progresses to coma within 24-48 hours.
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Nipah virus infection is an emerging disease endemic to Southeast Asia, carried by fruit bats of the genus Pteropus. It can affect humans, pigs and occasionally other domesticated animals.
12/26/18. 12/19/18 Steven Bedard response. Dear Mr. Tuttle,. "Thank you so much for your concern, and for reading the bioGraphic story about Nipah virus. I really appreciate it. I assure you that I am a strong proponent of bats and the tremendously important ecological roles they play. I also think that bats are simply amazing creatures in their many forms and functions. (When you have time, please take a look at bioGraphics other bat stories as evidence of that appreciation: Glimmers in the Dark, Battling Disease, Bat Ballet, and Agave Whisperers.)". He went on to explain it is never his intention to vilify or advocate killing of bats and hopes he is being clear.. 12/20/18 Merlin response. Dear Steven,. "I do not doubt your concern for bats or your good intentions. As Ive commented, most of your article was just fine. My complaint lies in labeling bats to be the most dangerous disease-spreading mammals. Our background experiences are apparently strikingly different. Mine regarding the impact ...
The outbreak in Malaysia began on a large-scale, industrialized pig farm that had fruit trees planted next to the pig enclosures. Giant fruit bats-which carry the virus and occasionally shed it, but are not affected by it-fed on mangoes in trees that overhung the pig pens and dropped bits of fruit contaminated with saliva, and occasionally nipah virus, into the pens where pigs were able to eat them. Farm workers became infected by pigs that developed severe respiratory disease and spread the virus by coughing. The movement of infected pigs throughout the country drove the outbreak until Malaysian health officials were able to stop its spread.. ...
In 1998-99 an outbreak of a new virus, now called the Nipah virus, killed more than 100 people and thousands of pigs in Malaysia. Our scientists were part of the international task force to tackle the virus and later participated in vaccine evaluation.
UCLA scientists have discovered how the deadly Nipah virus infiltrates human cells to cause encephalitis. Designated as a potential bioterrorism agent by the National Biodefense Research Agenda, the virus exploits a protein essential to embryonic development to enter cells and launch its attack.
A new vaccine developed by a team of researchers may protect people and livestock from the deadly Nipah virus. The virus, upon which the Hollywood blockbuster C
In our newest podcast, we talk about autoimmune diseases linked to the Kissing Disease, concerns over the emerging Nipah Virus, and how fetal immunity may be causing babies to be born early.
The highly lethal Hendra and Nipah viruses have been described for little more than a decade, yet within that time have been aetiologically associated with major livestock and human health impacts, albeit on a limited scale. Do these emerging pathogens pose a broader threat, or are they inconsequential viral chatter. Given their lethality, and the evident multi-generational human-to-human transmission associated with Nipah virus in Bangladesh, it seems prudent to apply the precautionary principle. While much is known of their clinical, pathogenic and epidemiologic features in livestock species and humans, a number of fundamental questions regarding the relationship between the viruses, their natural fruit-bat host and the environment remain unanswered. In this paper, we pose and probe these questions in context, and offer perspectives based primarily on our experience with Hendra virus in Australia, augmented with Nipah virus parallels.. ...
- A member of Paramyxoviridae, genus Henipavirus - Name taken from Sungai Nipah, Seremban (where the virus is first isolated) Epidemiology - Southeast asia - Pig farms (from infected pig) From fruit eating bats (reservoir) -| the pigs eat the partially eaten fruits left over by the infected bats Bat -| pig -| human -|…
Nipah virus (NiV) is a zoonotic emerging pathogen that can cause severe and often fatal respiratory disease in humans. The pathogenesis of NiV infection of the human respiratory tract remains unknown. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) produced by airway epithelial cells in response to viral infections contribute to lung injury by inducing inflammation and oxidative stress; however, the role of ROS in NiV-induced respiratory disease is unknown. To investigate whether NiV induces oxidative stress in human respiratory epithelial cells, we used oxidative stress markers and monitored antioxidant gene expression. We also used ROS scavengers to assess their role in immune response modulation. Oxidative stress was confirmed in infected cells and correlated with the reduction in antioxidant enzyme gene expression. Infected cells treated by ROS scavengers resulted in a significant decrease of the (F2)-8-isoprostane marker, inflammatory responses and virus replication. In conclusion, ROS are induced during NiV
This activity complements the video Virus Hunter: Monitoring Nipah Virus in Bat Populations. Students explore cases of Nipah virus infection, analyze evidence, and make calculations and predictions based on data.. ...
Authors: Singh RK, Dhama K, Chakraborty S, Tiwari R, Natesan S, Khandia R, Munjal A, Vora KS, Latheef SK, Karthik K, Singh Malik Y, Singh R, Chaicumpa W, Mourya DT Abstract Nipah (Nee-pa) viral disease is a zoonotic infection caused by Nipah virus (NiV), a paramyxovirus belonging to the genus Henipavirus of the family Paramyxoviridae. It is a biosafety level-4 pathogen, which is transmitted by specific types of fruit bats, mainly Pteropus spp. which are natural reservoir host. The disease was reported for the first time from the Kampung Sungai Nipah village of Malaysia in 1998. Human-to-human transmission also occu ...
The virus was characterised in 1999 after it has caused an outbreak of infectious encephalitis. Since there are no vaccination programmes against the virus, no neutralising antibodies are expected in the patients. At the same time, no hazards can be expected from the virus itself, since only its envelope proteins are used in a modified form.. For "receptor targeting", Buchholz and co-workers developed 27 different variants of envelope proteins of the Nipah virus and addressed eight different cell surface proteins. Gene transfer assays were performed to test whether the respective lentiviral vectors would be able to enter into target receptor-positive cell types, and, if so, how efficiently they were able to do so.. The researchers established that cell entry worked best if the distance of the particles from the cell membrane was less than 100 Å. If this distance was longer, cell entry and thus gene delivery became inefficient or not functional at all. As the researchers interpret these results, ...
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The death toll due to Nipah rose to 13 in Kerala, with one more person succumbing to the deadly virus here on Sunday. Twenty six-year-old Abin, hailing from Palazhi in the district, died at a private hospital after battling for life for one week, official sources said.
<p><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial;">Basic preventative methods can help limit the transmission of Nipah virus, say Bangladesh scientists.</span></p>
Most emerging zoonoses dont affect large numbers of people, but are quite deadly. In the case of SARS the death rate was estimated as high as 10 per cent, but the MERS virus has killed 40 per cent of humans infected. "Its not good, but on the optimistic side were not talking thousands or hundreds of thousands of cases" says Watson. "The animal toll has been much greater. When the Nipah virus broke out in Malaysia in the late 1990s there were relatively few human deaths but five million pigs had to be slaughtered in order to wipe it out.". Watson says its unclear why some viruses mutate into deadly variants and some do not. "It is really unpredictable, however many viruses are successful because they do not kill their human hosts and therefore get better transmission from person to person.". He says in spite of the fear factor around the more recently emerging zoonoses, diseases endemic to humans, like measles, and meningococcal disease remain more deadly Certainly each new zoonotic disease ...
Overlaying maps of where the zoonotic (animal-borne) diseases have occurred, with population maps, allowed a pattern of relationships to emerge," said Levy. Understanding these relationships "is a first step in prediction" and can lead to better surveillance and health care responses.. Emerging diseases-defined as newly identified pathogens, or old ones moving to new regions-have caused devastating outbreaks already. The research shows that disease emergences have roughly quadrupled over the past 50 years. Some 60 percent of the diseases traveled from animals to humans, and the majority of those came from wild creatures. With data corrected for lesser surveillance done in poorer countries, hot spots jump out in areas spanning sub-Saharan Africa, India and China, as well as smaller spots in Europe, and North and South America.. Some pathogens may be picked up by hunting or accidental contact; others, such as Malaysias Nipah virus, go from wildlife to livestock, then to people. Humans have ...
It is an exciting time to study virology! In the last decade, weve seen new viruses-SARS, H1N1 influenza, and Nipah viruses among them-emerging around the world; Ebola Chikungunya, and West Nile viruses have re-emerged; and the AIDS epidemic continues to sweep across sub-Saharan Africa and parts of Asia. New vaccines for HIV, smallpox, avian influenza and genital herpes are sorely needed. New antivirals for Dengue, hepatitis C and HIV viruses are also desperately needed. The role of such viruses as Merkel cell polyoma, papilloma, Kaposis sarcoma and Epstein-Barr virus in human cancer highlight challenges to prevent and treat these diseases. Researchers at Harvard University are working on all these biomedical problems. They conduct basic research defining new molecular structures of viruses and virus-encoded enzymes, new mechanisms within cells for molecular and organelle trafficking and function, and new mechanisms that control cell growth. Harvard researchers are among the world leaders in ...
It is an exciting time to study virology! In the last decade, weve seen new viruses-SARS, H1N1 influenza, and Nipah viruses among them-emerging around the world; Ebola Chikungunya, and West Nile viruses have re-emerged; and the AIDS epidemic continues to sweep across sub-Saharan Africa and parts of Asia. New vaccines for HIV, smallpox, avian influenza and genital herpes are sorely needed. New antivirals for Dengue, hepatitis C and HIV viruses are also desperately needed. The role of such viruses as Merkel cell polyoma, papilloma, Kaposis sarcoma and Epstein-Barr virus in human cancer highlight challenges to prevent and treat these diseases. Researchers at Harvard University are working on all these biomedical problems. They conduct basic research defining new molecular structures of viruses and virus-encoded enzymes, new mechanisms within cells for molecular and organelle trafficking and function, and new mechanisms that control cell growth. Harvard researchers are among the world leaders in ...
The ECDC Communicable Disease Threats Report (CDTR) is a weekly bulletin for epidemiologists and health professionals on active public health threats. This issue covers the period 27 May - 2 June 2018 and includes updates on dengue, ebola virus disease, yellow fever, Cholera, monitoring environmental suitability of Vibrio growth in the Baltic Sea, Nipah virus disease, West Nile virus, Salmonella Agona, Rapid emergence of resistance to new antibiotic. β-lactamase inhibitor combination Ceftazidime-Avibactam. ...
The ECDC Communicable Disease Threats Report (CDTR) is a weekly bulletin for epidemiologists and health professionals on active public health threats. This issue covers the period 27 May - 2 June 2018 and includes updates on dengue, ebola virus disease, yellow fever, Cholera, monitoring environmental suitability of Vibrio growth in the Baltic Sea, Nipah virus disease, West Nile virus, Salmonella Agona, Rapid emergence of resistance to new antibiotic. β-lactamase inhibitor combination Ceftazidime-Avibactam. ...
However, a recent report on the death of a 22-year-old who succumbed to the deadly Nipah virus after being exposed to it during the initial stages of the pig culling exercise at Bukit Pelandok, has caused a furore among both the residents and authorities ...
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India is one of the handful of countries in South Asia that have still not had Joint External Evaluation (JEE), a standardised external evaluation conducted by the World Health Organization to assess a countries core capacities to prevent, detect, and respond to public health emergencies.
This pipeline reflects, to the best of our knowledge, publicly available information on the status of vaccine candidates with a direction towards human use for Lassa and Nipah (as at August 2017) and for MERS-CoV (as at July 2017). Please contact [email protected] if you have evidence to report on updates to this.. ...
The CDC website says that transfer of nipah to dogs occurred through the food chain, so I assume maxing out the pig traits is a must.I also think the dog trait is a must.As for the kill, I am exploring the "barking pig" set of symptoms but I am not succeeding.The CDC say mammals such as dogs and horses die from respiratory problems such as barking pig syndrome (pug? Syndrome) and meningitis related nervous system problems ...
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Background and Objective: In 1998/99, an outbreak of Nipah virus encephalitis occurred in several pig-farming communities in Malaysia. It was associated with a high mortality rate and persistent neurological defi cits among many survivors. This mixed method study aimed to examine the longterm socio-economic consequences of the illness on affected pig farmers and their families in Bukit Pelanduk, Negeri Sembilan. Methods: A quantitative cross sectional survey was conducted in 2008 on 78 former patients or their kin from 61 households (46.2% males, mean age = 48.7 years) in Bukit Pelanduk via face-to-face interviews. This was followed by qualitative in-depth interviews with 20 respondents. Results: The immediate treatment costs were not a major burden to most households. Majority of the patients (92%) required inpatient care and most obtained free care from public hospitals. Households relied mainly on savings and support provided by the public and family members during the outbreak. However, many ...
Hendra and Nipah virus, which constitute the genus Henipavirus, are zoonotic paramyxoviruses that have been associated with sporadic outbreaks of severe disease and mortality in humans since their emergence in the late 1990s. Similar to other paramyxoviruses, their ability to evade the host interferon (IFN) response is conferred by the P gene. The henipavirus P gene encodes four proteins; the P, V, W and C proteins, which have all been described to inhibit the antiviral response. Further studies have revealed that these proteins have overlapping but unique properties which enable the virus to block multiple signaling pathways in the IFN response. The best characterized of these is the JAK-STAT signaling pathway which is targeted by the P, V and W proteins via an interaction with the transcription factor STAT1. In addition the V and W proteins can both limit virus-induced induction of IFN but they appear to do this via distinct mechanisms that rely on unique sequences in their C-terminal domains. The
Hendra virus (HeV) was first described in 1994 following the outbreak of a novel disease fatally affecting horses and humans in south-east Queensland. Sporadic outbreaks continue to be identified (in 1999, 2004, 2006 & 2007), with a total of 30 equine known cases (75% CFR) and 4 known human cases (50% CFR) to date.. Bats (flying foxes) have been identified as the natural host of the virus.. A closely related virus (Nipah virus - NiV) was responsible for a major outbreak of disease in pigs and humans in Malaysia in 1998-9, and more recently has been identified as the cause of seasonal clusters of human disease (with a 75% case fatality rate) in Bangladesh. The strains of Nipah virus identified in Bangladesh differ genetically from those identified in Malaysia, and feature direct bat-human and human-human transmission. In Australia, the existence of Hendra virus strain variation became evident in a recent equine case which was initially mis-diagnosed by animal health authorities, but subsequently ...
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The report in which the findings appear is the first from a collaboration formed in 2008 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and several nongovernmental agencies, including Columbias Center for Infection and Immunity (CII), to assess the global public-health risk of illegally shipped wildlife products.. Each year, thousands of wildlife products, including live animals, body parts, and hides, are illegally shipped into the United States. Many originate in countries with endemic plagues such as H5N1 influenza, Nipah virus, and simian retroviruses. In fact, the fictional pandemic in the 2011 Hollywood thriller Contagion was based on actual outbreaks of Nipah virus in Bangladesh and India, where infected bats presumably transmitted the disease to humans by contaminating the local food supply.. The study, "Zoonotic Viruses Associated with Illegally Imported Wildlife Products," was published on January 10, 2012, in PloS ONE. The CII-affiliated authors are Simon J. Anthony, DPhil; Tracie ...
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