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*  Toxocara cati
Susceptibility and severity of infections in pregnancy Feline zoonosis Toxoplasmosis Bowman, Dwight D.; Hendrix, Charles M.; ...
*  Ticks of domestic animals
In cattle and sheep, it causes mild fever and its main importance is when it spreads to humans (zoonosis) by feeding of the ... In: Ecological dynamics of tick-borne zoonoses Eds. Sonenshine D.E. & Mather T.N., Oxford University Press": 240-280. Handule, ... ISBN 978-1-84593-853-6. Sonenshine, D.E. & Mather, T.N. (eds) (1994) Ecological Dynamics of Tick-borne Zoonoses. Oxford ...
*  Mannan oligosaccharide-based nutritional supplements
Salmonella is a zoonoses, therefore an efficient control system, which includes dietary measures is critical in order to ...
*  List of zoonotic primate viruses
... become known as zoonoses.. ...
*  Blastocystosis
... and Zoonosis". J. Clin. Microbiol. 43 (1): 348-55. doi:10.1128/JCM.43.1.348-355.2005. PMC 540115 . PMID 15634993. Tan TC, ...
*  Toxocara malayasiensis
Toxocariasis List of parasites (human) Susceptibility and severity of infections in pregnancy Feline zoonosis Toxoplasmosis ...
*  Porcine intestinal spirochaetosis
Infection causes mild gastrointestinal signs in young pigs and intestinal spirochetosis in humans, as it is a zoonosis. The ...
*  Rabies in Tanzania
Rabies is a fatal, preventable zoonosis that infects the central nervous system of mammals, caused by the lyssavirus. It is ...
*  EcoHealth Alliance
A number of hypotheses have been proposed for the high number of zoonoses that have come from bat populations in recent decades ... Malaysia in regards to increased risk of zoonoses. This work is centered in particular around the local palm oil industry. The ...
*  Bird collections
... are valuable for studies on coevolution and zoonoses. In addition to taxonomic research, collections can provide information ...
*  Rudolf Virchow
... "zoonoses". He also introduced scientific terms such as "chromatin", "agenesis", "parenchyma", "osteoid", "amyloid degeneration ...
*  Inclusion body rhinitis
It is not a zoonosis but the risk to humans that receive pig organ transplants is currently under investigation. Clinical signs ...
*  United States environmental and occupational health in zoos
National Centre for Zoonosis Research hosted by the University of Liverpool, "About zoonosis" Archived March 21, 2012, at the ... Zoonotic diseases, otherwise known as zoonosis, are diseases that can be transferred from animals to humans and vice versa. ...
*  Powassan encephalitis
The disease is a zoonosis, an animal disease, usually found in rodents and ticks, with spillover transmission to humans. The ...
*  Henipavirus
When considering any zoonosis, one must understand the social, ecological, and biological contributions that may be ...
*  Septicemic plague
... is a zoonosis, a disease that generally is acquired by humans from animals, such as rodents and carnivores. ...
*  Lutzomyia
The disease is in endemic in 22 countries of tropical and subtropical America, where it is generally considered a zoonosis. ...
*  Globalization and disease
... see zoonosis). Globalization intensified during the Age of Exploration, but trading routes had long been established between ... and some historians argue that it descended from a twenty-thousand-year-old African zoonosis. Other historians place its ...
*  Schistosoma
S. malayensis This species appears to be a rare infection in humans and is considered to be a zoonosis[citation needed]. The ...
*  Cat health
Certain infectious diseases are a concern from a public health standpoint because they are a Feline zoonosis and transmittable ... Some common and preventable forms of zoonosis are as follows: Toxoplasmosis Giardia Cat-scratch disease Rabies Ringworm ...
*  Federal Institute for Risk Assessment
The BfR is therefore the contact partner for: Questions on the biological safety of food, for example in the case of zoonoses ( ... The department is involved in establishing the cause of outbreaks of foodborne diseases and zoonoses (statutory task laid down ... ", "Epidemiology, Zoonoses and Antimicrobial Resistance", "Microbial Toxins", "Diagnostics and Pathogen Characterisation", " ...
*  Master of Veterinary Science
... because due to rapid globalisation demand for animal experts has increased to ensure economic demands and to tackle zoonoses. ...
*  Park Seung-cheol
In 2006 he became the founding director of the Korean Society for Zoonoses, and an emeritus fellow of the Korean Academy of ...
*  Pet food
The practice of feeding raw diets has raised some concerns due to the risk of food borne illnesses, zoonosis and nutritional ...
*  Tom Solomon (neurologist)
... an emerging infectious disease that is a zoonosis spread from animals to humans by mosquitoes. He showed that Japanese ...