*  GoatDVM | Nairobi Sheep Disease Details
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*  The Antibody Response of Sheep following Infection with Nairobi Sheep Disease Virus
The antibody response of sheep to Nairobi sheep disease virus has been studied over a 15-month period by means of the complement fixation, indirect fluorescent antibody, indirect haemagglutination and serum neutralization tests. The first three tests gave results which indicate that they would be useful in work on this disease. The neutralization tests showed only very low activity in post-inoculation sera which was insignificant when compared with the preinoculation sera ...
*  View source for Nairobi sheep disease - Biology-Online Dictionary
nairobi sheep disease An [[arbovirus infection]] of [[sheep]] and [[goats]] transmitted by [[ticks]]. It is characterised by [[high]] [[fever]] and [[haemorrhagic]] [[gastroenteritis ...
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Abstract Nairoviruses are primarily tick-borne bunyaviruses, some of which are known to cause mild-to-severe febrile illness in humans or livestock. We describe the genome sequences of 11 poorly characterized nairoviruses that have ecological associations with either birds (Farallon, Punta Salinas, Sapphire II, Zirqa, Avalon, Clo Mor, Taggert, and Abu Hammad viruses), rodents (Qalyub and Bandia viruses), or camels (Dera Ghazi Khan virus). Global phylogenetic analyses of proteins encoded in the L, M, and S RNA segments of these and 20 other available nairovirus genomes identified nine well-supported genogroups (Nairobi sheep disease, Thiafora, Sakhalin, Keterah, Qalyub, Kasokero, Dera Ghazi Khan, Hughes, and Tamdy). Genogroup-specific structural variations were evident, particularly in the M segment encoding a polyprotein from which virion envelope glycoproteins (Gn and Gc) are generated by proteolytic processing. Structural variations include the extension, abbreviation, or absence sequences ...
*  "A pilot study of sheep disease surveillance in Western Australia" by Roy Butler
A pilot study of sheep disease surveillance was conducted in 2014-2015 on four farms in the eastern wheatbelt of Western Australia. The participants observed their sheep, sufficiently closely to notice disease, at least every second day. Most of the disease syndrome reports related to fewer than five sheep, demonstrating that farmers noticed problems in individual sheep, and not only in groups of sheep. Of a total of 66 disease syndrome observations reported over 12 months, the three most frequently occurring syndromes were found dead + sudden death (combined), skin lesions, and lameness.
*  Approach & Questions - Bighorn Sheep Disease Research Consortium
We want to understand how the microbes that cause pneumonia are transmitted among bighorn sheep, and between bighorn sheep populations. We also seek to understand why pneumonia persists in some populations but fades out of others. We study transmission and persistence by analyzing patterns of bighorn sheep mortality and morbidity (how many sheep die and how many recover, if any) across populations over time. Information like which bighorn sheep die, how old they are when they die, and how much past exposure to pneumonia they have had (that is, whether they have built up immunity) gives us important clues about how pneumonia microbes circulate and persist within bighorn sheep populations. We also study whether bighorn sheep brought in from other geographic areas have more or fewer pneumonia outbreaks. Our analyses show that when pneumonia is first introduced into a population with no previous ...
*  scrapie | sheep disease | Britannica.com
scrapie: Fatal neurodegenerative disease of sheep and goats. Scrapie has been endemic in British sheep, particularly the Suffolk breed, since the early 18th century. Since that time the...
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*  Becker Farms: Farm Update
Our 4 ewes have been doing well. They are full of energy. It is very heartwarming to watch them jump around like babies when it is time for dinner. However, there is bad news there too. One of the ewes we purchased at the MSU sale developed a few wart-like lesions on her face a couple weeks ago. I initially thought it was either a pyoderma (bacterial infection of the skin following mild trauma) or a papilloma virus (causing warts). I'm still not exactly sure what is going on but when I inquired about it to the previous owners they "mentioned" that she had a case of sore mouth as a lamb so it could possibly be that. Sore mouth is a very contagious sheep disease that can spread to humans and can be life threatening for lambs. This is obviously a big concern since all 4 ewes are (hopefully) due to lamb in the spring. I am still not convinced that she has, or every did have, sore mouth. The signs seem more consistent with a papilloma virus. I'll update here when I figure out more ...
*  The sheep that turned. - Free Online Library
Free Online Library: The sheep that turned. (worm control) by 'Ecos'; Environmental issues Biological control Livestock industry Protection and preservation Nematoda Nematodes Sheep Diseases
*  Tick-borne viruses and biological processes at the tick-host-virus interface - NERC Open Research Archive
Ticks are efficient vectors of arboviruses, although less than 10% of tick species are known to be virus vectors. Most tick-borne viruses (TBV) are RNA viruses some of which cause serious diseases in humans and animals world-wide. Several TBV impacting human or domesticated animal health have been found to emerge or re-emerge recently. In order to survive in nature, TBV must infect and replicate in both vertebrate and tick cells, representing very different physiological environments. Information on molecular mechanisms that allow TBV to switch between infecting and replicating in tick and vertebrate cells is scarce. In general, ticks succeed in completing their blood meal thanks to a plethora of biologically active molecules in their saliva that counteract and modulate different arms of the host defense responses (haemostasis, inflammation, innate and acquired immunity, and wound healing). The transmission of TBV occurs primarily during tick feeding and is a complex process, known to be ...
*  Nairobi | Article about Nairobi by The Free Dictionary
Looking for Nairobi? Find out information about Nairobi. city , capital of Kenya, S Kenya, in the E African highlands. Nairobi is Kenya's largest city and its administrative, communications, and economic center.... Explanation of Nairobi
*  elephant orphanage nairobi - LivinginAfrica
Hi Guys,. This is my first ever post about my journey to other African cities. I live in Lagos also own livinginlagos.com.. I love travelling and I will be sharing travel tips and details from my recent trip to east Africa starting with Nairobi Kenya.. Nairobi is beautiful and has a lot to offer especially for tourist. Everything is built around promoting their culture and tourism which is amazing. I spent 4 days in Nairobi 80% of my time I was on the road visiting places and acting like a typical tourist.. 5 Quick tips for tourists looking to visit Nairobi.. ...
*  Crowne Plaza Hotel Nairobi: 2017 Room Prices, Deals & Reviews | Expedia
Book the Crowne Plaza Hotel Nairobi - Located in Nairobi Upper Hill, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Kenya Railway Golf Club, Nairobi Hospital, and Nyayo National Stadium. Nairobi Railway Museum and National Assembly Building are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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*  Nairobi Disease | Definition of Nairobi Disease by Merriam-Webster
Define Nairobi disease: a severe and frequently fatal gastroenteritis of sheep or sometimes goats that occurs in parts of Kenya and is considered due…
*  Nairobi transition coordinator killed in crime wave » Capital News
NAIROBI, Kenya, May 13 - The Nairobi County Transition Coordinator Eliud Baraza was shot dead by unknown assailants on Monday morning. Baraza was gunned do - Kenya breaking news | Kenya news today | Capitalfm.co.ke
*  Hostages held in 'several locations' in Nairobi mall » Capital News
NAIROBI, Sep 22 - An unknown number of hostages are still being held by Islamist gunmen who are locked in a stand-off with security forces inside Nairobi's - Kenya breaking news | Kenya news today | Capitalfm.co.ke
*  Tearing down condemned homes in Nairobi | The Wider Image | Reuters
Kenya's authorities tore down a badly built residential block in a poor Nairobi district on May 17, one of more than 250 shoddy buildings that could now face demolition after a six-storey structure collapsed this month killing 51 people.
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More than one-third of children in Kenya under the age of five are stunted, or chronically undernourished, which limits their ability to achieve their full intellectual and physical potential. To help curb the prevalence of stunting, the Kenyan government recommends that parents bring children under age two in for monthly checkups to monitor their growth.
*  Four rescued from rubble six days after Kenya building collapse
Three more people have been pulled alive from the rubble of a six-storey building in the capital Nairobi, almost a week after it collapsed, hours after a woman was rescued from the ruins.