Scientific Articles of Note Q3 2015

 

 

African Swine Fever

Comparison of virological methods applied on african swine fever diagnosis in Brazil, 1978, Revista Brasileira de Medicina Veterinaria, 37 ( 3 ), pp. 255 – 263, Freitas, T.R.P., De Souza, A.C., Esteves, E.G., De Paula Lyra, T.M., 2015.

Cost analysis of bluetongue virus serotype 8 surveillance and vaccination programmes in Austria from 2005 to 2013, Veterinary Journal, Article in Press, Pinior, B., Lebl, K., Firth, C., Rubel, F., Fuchs, R., Stockreiter, S., Loitsch, A., Köfer, J., 2015.

Genetic variation among African swine fever genotype II viruses, eastern and central Europe, Emerging Infectious Diseases, 20 ( 9 ), pp. 1544 – 1547, Gallardo, C., Fernández-Pinero, J., Pelayo, V., Gazaev, I., Markowska-Daniel, I., Pridotkas, G., Nieto, R., Fernández-Pacheco, P., Bokhan, S., Nevolko, O., Drozhzhe, Z., Pérez, C., Soler, A., Kolvasov, D., Arias, M., 2014.

On the situation of African swine fever and the biological characterization of recent virus isolates, Berliner und Münchener tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 128 ( 5 – 6 ), pp. 169 – 176, Tauscher, K., Pietschmann, J., Wernike, K., Teifke, J.P., Beer, M., Blome, S., 2015.

Overview of the perceived risk of transboundary pig diseases in South Africa, Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 86 ( 1 ), pp. 1 – 9, Mokoele, J.M., van Rensburg, L.J., van Lochem, S., Bodenstein, H., du Plessis, J., Carrington, C.A.P., Tom Spencer, B., Fasina, F.O., 2015.

Sero-prevalence and risk factors associated with African swine fever on pig farms in southwest Nigeria, BMC Veterinary Research, 11 ( 1 ),  art. no. 133, Awosanya, E.J., Olugasa, B., Ogundipe, G., Grohn, Y.T., 2015.

Statistical exploration of local transmission routes for african swine fever in pigs in the Russian Federation, 2007-2014, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases,  Article in Press, Vergne, T., Gogin, A., Pfeiffer, D.U., 2015.

Survival of African swine fever virus in excretions from pigs experimentally infected with the Georgia 2007/1 isolate, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Davies, K., Goatley, L.C., Guinat, C., Netherton, C.L., Gubbins, S., Dixon, L.K., Reis, A.L., 2015.

When African swine fever plays at home - description of an outbreak in Namibia, Large Animal Review, 20 ( 6 ), pp. 249 – 251, Marruchella, G., Maseke, M., Scacchia, M., 2015.

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Bluetongue

A review of knowledge gaps and tools for orbivirus research, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15 ( 6 ), pp. 339 – 347, Drolet, B.S., Van Rijn, P., Howerth, E.W., Beer, M., Mertens, P.P., 2015.

A review of OIE country status recovery using uaccinate-to-live versus vaccinate-to-die foot-and-mouth disease response policies II: waiting periods after emergency vaccination in FMD free countries, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 62 ( 4 ), pp. 388 – 406, Geale, D.W., Barnett, P.V., Clarke, G.W., Davis, J., Kasari, T.R., 2015.

Bluetongue virus in Oryx antelope (Oryx leucoryx) during the quarantine period in 2010 in Croatia, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 2 ), pp. 139 – 143, Bosnić, S., Beck, R., Listeš, E., Lojkić, I., Savini, G., Roić, B., 2015.

Diagnostic tools for Bluetongue and epizootic hemorrhagic disease viruses applicable to North American veterinary diagnosticians, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15 ( 6 ), pp. 364 – 373, Wilson, W.C., Daniels, P., Ostlund, E.N., Johnson, D.E., Oberst, R.D., Hairgrove, T.B., Mediger, J., McIntosh, M.T., 2015.

Long-term persistence of vaccine-elicited Bluetongue serotype 8 neutralizing antibodies in dairy cattle, Large Animal Review, 20 ( 4 ), pp. 153 – 155, Mughini-Gras, L., Patregnani, T., Nardelli, S., Gagliazzo, L., Comin, A., Savini, G., Marangon, S., Bonfanti, L., 2015.

Management of North American Culicoides biting midges: current knowledge and research needs, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15 ( 6 ), pp. 374 – 384, Pfannenstiel, R.S., Mullens, B.A., Ruder, M.G., Zurek, L., Cohnstaedt, L.W., Nayduch, D., 2015.

Orbiviruses: A North American perspective, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15 ( 6 ), pp. 335 – 338, McVey, D.S., Drolet, B.S., Ruder, M.G., Wilson, W.C., Nayduch, D., Pfannenstiel, R., Cohnstaedt, L.W., MacLachlan, N.J., Gay, C.G., 2015.

Transmission and epidemiology of Bluetongue and Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease in North America: current perspectives, research gaps, and future directions, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15 ( 6 ), pp. 348 – 363, Ruder, M.G., Lysyk, T.J., Stallknecht, D.E., Foil, L.D., Johnson, D.J., Chase, C.C., Dargatz, D.A., Gibbs, E.P.J.,  2015.

Vaccines for prevention of Bluetongue and Epizootic Hemorrhagic disease in livestock: a North American perspective, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15 ( 6 ), pp. 385 – 396, McVey, D.S., MacLachlan, N.J., 2015.

Vaccination of cattle only is sufficient to stop FMDV transmission in mixed populations of sheep and cattle, Epidemiology and Infection, 143 ( 11 ), pp. 2279 – 2286, Bravo De Rueda, C., Dekker, A., Eblé, P.L., De Jong, M.C.M., 2015.

Vector species of Culicoides midges implicated in the 2012-2014 Bluetongue epidemics in Italy, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 2 ), pp. 131 – 138, Goffredo, M., Catalani, M., Federici, V., Portanti, O., Marini, V., Mancini, G., Quaglia, M., Santilli, A., Teodori, L., Savini, G., 2015.

Whole genome sequence analysis of circulating Bluetongue virus serotype 11 strains from the United States including two domestic canine isolates, Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 27 ( 4 ), pp. 442 – 448, Gaudreault, N.N., Jasperson, D.C., Dubovi, E.J., Johnson, D.J., Ostlund, E.N., Wilson, W.C., 2015.

Widespread reassortment shapes the evolution and epidemiology of Bluetongue virus following European invasion, PLoS Pathogens, 11 ( 8 ), art. no. e100505623, 23p, Nomikou, K., Hughes, J., Wash, R., Kellam, P., Breard, E., Zientara, S., Palmarini, M., Biek, R., Mertens, P., 2015.

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Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD)

A Malaysia 97 monovalent foot-and-mouth disease vaccine (>6PD50/dose) protects pigs against challenge with a variant FMDV A SEA-97 lineage virus, 4 and 7 days post vaccination, Vaccine, 33 ( 36 ), pp. 4513 – 4519, Nagendrakumar, S.B., Hong, N.T.T., Geoffrey, F.T., Jacqueline, M.M., Andrew, D., Michelle, G., Van Phuc, K., Ngon, Q.V., Phuong, L.T.T., Phuc, N.N.H., Hanh, T.X., Van Hung, V., Quynhanh, L.T., Tan, T.M., Long, N.T., Wilna, V., 2015.

A new lineage of foot-and-mouth disease virus serotype O in India, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 2 ), pp. 145 – 149, Subramaniam, S., Bisht, P., Mohapatra, J.K., Sanyal, A., Pattnaik, B., 2015.

Australian livestock disease modelling upgrades to 'multi-lane highway', Australian Veterinary Journal, 92 ( 7 ), p. N10, Vallis, R., 2014.

Challenges of pastoral cattle production in a sub-humid zone of Nigeria, Tropical Animal Health and Production, 47 ( 6 ), pp. 1177 – 1185, Suleiman, A., Jackson, E.L., Rushton, J., 2015.

Factors affecting the economic losses due to livestock diseases: A case study of district Faisalabad, Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 52 ( 2 ), pp. 515 – 520, Ashfaq, M., Razzaq, A., Hassan, S., Ul Haq, S., 2015.

Investigation of foot-and-mouth disease outbreaks in Uttar Pradesh, Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 85 ( 8 ), pp. 861 – 864, Singh, R., Singh, A.P., Singh, U., Yadav, S.K., 2015.

Preliminary validation of direct detection of foot-and-mouth disease virus within clinical samples using reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification coupled with a simple lateral flow device for detection, PLoS ONE , 9 ( 8 ), art. no. e105630, Waters, R.A., Fowler, V.L., Armson, B., Nelson, N., Gloster, J., Paton, D.J., King, D.P., 2014.

SAT2 foot and mouth disease (FMD) outbreak in a mixed farm in Egypt, Berliner und Münchener tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 128 ( 5-6 ), pp. 188 – 192, Byom, A.M., 2015.

Serological survey of foot-and-mouth disease virus in buffaloes (Syncerus caffer) in Zambia, Veterinary Medicine International, 2015, art. no. 264528, Sikombe, T.K.W., Mweene, A.S., Muma, J., Kasanga, C., Sinkala, Y., Banda, F., Mulumba, M., Fana, E.M., Mundia, C., Simuunza, M., 2015.

Simultaneous immunization of cattle with foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) and live anthrax vaccines do not interfere with FMD booster responsesTrials in Vaccinology, 4, pp. 38 – 42, Trotta, M., Lahore, J., Cardoso, N., Melucci, O., Catena, M., Pérez-Filgueira, M., Fernández, F., Capozzo, A.V., 2015.

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General

Assessing the efficacy of general surveillance for detection of incursions of livestock diseases in Australia, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 121 ( 3-4 ), pp. 215 – 230, Martin, P.A.J., Langstaff, I., Iglesias, R.M., East, I.J., Sergeant, E.S.G., Garner, M.G., 2015.

Cattle movement as a risk factor for epidemics, Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 157 ( 8 ), pp. 441 – 448, Hässig, M., Meier, A.B., Braun, U., Urech Hässig, B., Schmidt, R., Lewis, F., 2015.

Eradication of Transboundary Animal Diseases: Can the Rinderpest Success Story be Repeated?, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Thomson, G.R., Fosgate, G.T., Penrith, M.-L., 2015.

Participatory disease surveillance of transboundary animal diseases in south Azad Jammu and Kashmir,Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 47 ( 3 ), pp. 857 – 860, Ahmad, I., Durrani, A.Z., Ijaz, M., 2015.

Stabilizing Dog Populations and Improving Animal and Public Health Through a Participatory Approach in Indigenous Communities, Zoonoses and Public Health, 62 ( 6 ), pp. 445 – 455, Schurer, J.M., Phipps, K., Okemow, C., Beatch, H., Jenkins, E., 2015.

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Influenza

A case report of avian influenza H7N9 killing a young doctor in Shanghai, China, BMC Infectious Diseases, 15 ( 1 ), art. no. 237, Pan, H., Zhang, X., Hu, J., Chen, J., Pan, Q., Teng, Z., Zheng, Y., Mao, S., Zhang, H., King, C.-C., Wu, F., 2015.

A returning migrant worker with avian influenza A (H7N9) virus infection in Guizhou, China: A case report, Journal of Medical Case Reports, 9 ( 1 ), art. no. 109, Wang, D., Tang, G., Huang, Y., Yu, C., Li, S., Zhuang, L., Fu, L., Wang, S., Li, N., Li, X., Yang, L., Lan, Y., Bai, T., Shu, Y., 2015.

Avian influenza. Enigmatic bird flu strain races across the U.S. Midwest, Science (New York, N.Y.), 348 ( 6236 ), pp. 741 – 742, Hvistendahl, M., 2015.

Avian influenza virus exhibits distinct evolutionary dynamics in wild birds and poultry, BMC Evolutionary Biology, Article in Press, Fourment, M., Holmes, E.C., 2015.

Avian zoonoses - A review, Bulletin of the Veterinary Institute in Pulawy, 59 ( 2 ), pp. 171 - 178, Kozdruń, W., Czekaj, H., Stys̈, N., 2015.

Behavioural changes in relation to risk perception and prevention of avian and human influenza in Hong Kong, 2006 to 2010, Hong Kong medical journal / Xianggang yi xue za zhi / Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, 20, pp. 26 – 28, Fielding, R., Cowling, B.J., Liao, Q., Lam, W.W., 2014.

Characteristics of commercial and traditional village poultry farming in Mali with a focus on practices influencing the risk of transmission of avian influenza and Newcastle disease, Acta Tropica, 150, pp. 14 – 22, Molia, S., Traoré, I., Kamissoko, B., Diakité, A., Sidibé, M.S., Sissoko, K.D., Pfeiffer, D.U., 2015.

Characterization of low pathogenic avian influenza Virus Subtype H9N2 isolated from free-living Mynah birds (Acridotheres tristis) in the Sultanate of Oman, Avian Diseases, 59 ( 2 ), pp. 329 – 334, Body, M.H., Alrarawahi, A.H., Alhubsy, S.S., Saravanan, N., Rajmony, S., Mansoor, M.K., 2015.

Clinical implications of antiviral resistance in influenza, Viruses, 7 ( 9 ), pp. 4929 – 4944, Li, T.C.M., Chan, M.C.W., Lee, N., 2015.

Controlling highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreaks: An epidemiological and economic model analysis, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 121 ( 1-2 ), pp. 142 – 150, Backer, J.A., van Roermund, H.J.W., Fischer, E.A.J., van Asseldonk, M.A.P.M., Bergevoet, R.H.M., 2015.

Control of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Quang Tri province, Vietnam: Voices from the human-animal interface, Rural and Remote Health, 15 ( 3 ), 13 p., Farrell, P.C., Hunter, C., Truong, B., Bunning, M., 2015.

Crucial role of PA in virus life cycle and host adaptation of influenza A virus, Medical Microbiology and Immunology, 204 ( 2 ), pp. 137 – 149, Hu, J., Liu, X., 2015.

Development of influenza A(H7N9) candidate vaccine viruses with improved hemagglutinin antigen yield in eggs, Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses, 9 ( 5 ), pp. 263 – 270, Ridenour, C., Johnson, A., Winne, E., Hossain, J., Mateu-Petit, G., Balish, A., Santana, W., Kim, T., Davis, C., Cox, N.J., Barr, J.R., Donis, R.O., Villanueva, J., Williams, T.L., Chen, L.-M., 2015.

Diagnosis and control of a LPAI H5N8 outbreak in a Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) commercial flock in the central valley of California, Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), 14 ( 9 ), pp. 15714 – 15728, Jarocka, U., Sawicka, R., Góra-Sochacka, A., Sirko, A., Zagórski-Ostoja, W., Radecki, J., Radecka, H., 2014.

Economic assessment of FMDv releases from the National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, PLoS ONE, 10 ( 6 ), art. no. e0129134, Pendell, D.L., Marsh, T.L., Coble, K.H., Lusk, J.L., Szmania, S.C., 2015.

Emergence of novel clade 2.3.4 influenza A (H5N1) virus subgroups in Yunnan Province, China, Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 33, pp. 95 – 100, Hu, T., Song, J., Zhang, W., Zhao, H., Duan, B., Liu, Q., Zeng, W., Qiu, W., Chen, G., Zhang, Y., Fan, Q., Zhang, F., 2015.

Epidemiology, evolution, and recent outbreaks of avian influenza virus in China, Journal of Virology, 89 ( 17 ), pp. 8671 – 8676, Su, S., Bi, Y., Wong, G., Gray, G.C., Gao, G.F., Li, S., 2015.

Fatal H5N6 avian influenza virus infection in a domestic cat and wild birds in china, Scientific Reports, 5, art. no. 10704, Yu, Z., Gao, X., Wang, T., Li, Y., Li, Y., Xu, Y., Chu, D., Sun, H., Wu, C., Li, S., Wang, H., Li, Y., Xia, Z., Lin, W., Qian, J., Chen, H., Xia, X., Gao, Y., 2015.

Genetic characterization of an H5N1 avian influenza virus from a vaccinated duck flock in Vietnam, Virus Genes, 49 ( 2 ), pp. 278 – 285, Bui, V.N., Ogawa, H., Trinh, D.Q., Nguyen, T.H.T., Pham, N.T., Truong, D.A., Bui, A.N., Runstadler, J., Imai, K., Nguyen, K.V., 2014.

Genetic characterization of a rare H12N3 avian influenza virus isolated from a green-winged teal in Japan, Virus Genes, 50 ( 2 ), pp. 316 – 320, Bui, V.N., Ogawa, H., Hussein, I.T.M., Hill, N.J., Trinh, D.Q., AboElkhair, M., Sultan, S., Ma, E., Saito, K., Watanabe, Y., Runstadler, J.A., Imai, K., 2015.

Highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H5N1) virus struck migratory birds in China in 2015, Scientific Reports, 5, art. no. 12986, Bi, Y., Zhang, Z., Liu, W., Yin, Y., Hong, J., Li, X., Wang, H., Wong, G., Chen, J., Li, Y., Ru, W., Gao, R., Liu, D., Liu, Y., Zhou, B., Gao, G.F., Shi, W., Lei, F., 2015.

Highly pathogenic avian influenza spreads in the USA, The Veterinary Record, 176 ( 20 ), p. 505, 2015.

Humoral immune response induced by various foot and mouth disease vaccines in buffalo calves, Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 35 ( 3 ), pp. 289 – 292, Jamil, A., Zahra, R., Abubakar, M., Javed Arshed, M., Khan, E.-U.-H., Akhter, T., Afzal, M., 2015.

Infection of Thai influenza A viruses subtype H5N1 using tracheal culture, Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine , 45 ( 2 ), pp. 181 – 188, Bunpapong, N., Boonyapisitsopa, S., Suwannakarn, K., Tantilertchareon, R., Thanawongnuwech, R., Amonsin, A., 2015.

Infection risk for persons exposed to highly pathogenic avian influenza A H5 Virus–infected birds, United States, December 2014–March 2015, Emerging Infectious Diseases, 21 (12),  Carmen S. Arriola, Deborah I. Nelson, Thomas J. Deliberto, Lenee Blanton, Krista Kniss, Min Z. Levine, Susan C. Trock, Lyn Finelli, Michael A. Jhung, and the H5 Investigation Group, 2015.

Influenza A virus surveillance in waterfowl in Missouri, USA, 2005-2013, Avian Diseases, 59 ( 2 ), pp. 303 – 308, Bowman, A.S., Nolting, J.M., Massengill, R., Baker, J., Workman, J.D., Slemons, R.D., 2015.

Isolation and characterization of H9N2 influenza virus isolates from poultry respiratory disease outbreak, SpringerPlus, 3 ( 1 ), art. no. 1968, Jakhesara, S.J., Bhatt, V.D., Patel, N.V., Prajapati, K.S., Joshi, C.G., 2014.

Living poultry markets in rural area: Human infection with H7N9 virus re-emerges in Zhejiang Province, China, in winter 2014, Journal of Clinical Virology, 70, pp. 16 – 22, Sun, Y., Wang, H., Lou, X., Mao, H., Yan, Y., Chen, E., Wang, X., Li, Z., Gao, J., Fu, X., Chen, Z., Feng, Y., Chen, Z., Zhang, Y., 2015.

Long-term outcome of the humoral and cellular immune response of an H5N1 adjuvanted influenza vaccine in elderly persons: 2-year follow-up of a randomised open-label study, Trials, 15 ( 1 ) , art. no. 419, Gillard, P., Giet, D., Heijmans, S., Dramé, M., Walravens, K., Roman, F., 2014.

Low virulence and lack of airborne transmission of the Dutch highly pathogenic avian influenza virus H5N8 in ferrets, PLoS ONE, 10 ( 6 ), art. no. e0129827, Richard, M., Herfst, S., Van Den Brand, J.M.A., Lexmond, P., Bestebroer, T.M., Rimmelzwaan, G.F., Koopmans, M., Kuiken, T., Fouchier, R.A.M., 2015.

Molecular characterization of a reassortant H11N9 subtype avian influenza virus isolated from a domestic duck in Eastern China,  Archives of Virology, Article in Press, Wu, H., Peng, X., Peng, X., Wu, N., 2015.

Newly emergent highly pathogenic H5N9 subtype avian influenza A virus, Journal of Virology, 89 ( 17 ), pp. 8806 – 8815, Yu, Y., Wang, X., Jin, T., Wang, H., Si, W., Yang, H., Wu, J., Yan, Y., Liu, G., Sang, X., Wu, X., Gao, Y., Xia, X., Yu, X., Pan, J., Gao, G.F., Zhou, J., 2015.

Nomenclature updates resulting from the evolution of avian influenza A(H5) virus clades 2.1.3.2a, 2.2.1, and 2.3.4 during 2013-2014, Influenza and other Respiratory Viruses, 9 ( 5 ), pp. 271 – 276, Smith, G.J.D., Donis, R.O., 2015.

Novel reassortant influenza viruses between pandemic (H1N1) 2009 and other influenza viruses pose a risk to public health, Microbial Pathogenesis, 89, art. no. 1665, pp. 62 – 72, Kong, W., Wang, F., Dong, B., Ou, C., Meng, D., Liu, J., Fan, Z.-C., 2015.

On avian influenza epidemic models with time delay, Theory in Biosciences,   Article in Press, Liu, S., Ruan, S., Zhang, X., 2015.

One versus two doses: What is the best use of vaccine in an influenza pandemic?, Epidemics, 13, pp. 17 – 27, Matrajt, L., Britton, T., Halloran, M.E., Longini, I.M., 2015.

Pathogenicity of H5N8 virus in chickens from Korea in 2014, Journal of Veterinary Science, 16 ( 2 ), pp. 237 – 240, Song, B.-M., Kang, H.-M., Lee, E.-K., Jeong, J., Kang, Y., Lee, H.-S., Lee, Y.-J., 2015.

Phase I clinical evaluation of seasonal influenza hemagglutinin (HA) DNA vaccine prime followed by trivalent influenza inactivated vaccine (IIV3) boost, Contemporary Clinical Trials, 44, pp. 112 – 118, Ledgerwood, J.E., Hu, Z., Costner, P., Yamshchikov, G., Enama, M.E., Plummer, S., Hendel, C.S., Holman, L., Larkin, B., Gordon, I., Bailer, R.T., Poretz, D.M., Sarwar, U., Kabadi, A., Koup, R., Mascola, J.R., Graham, B.S., Novik, L., Mendoza, F., Saunders, J., Zephir, K., Johnson, D., Sitar, S., Vasilenko, O., Casazza, J., Young, S., Andrews, C., Conan-Cibotti, M., Jones, R., Decederfelt, H., Starling, J., Renehan, P., Kunchai, M., Diep, L., Eagel, B., 2015.

Portable CGE-SSCP lab-in-a-suitcase instrument for rapid determination of pathogenicity of avian influenza virus, Procedia Engineering, 120 pp. 695 – 698, Kubicki, W., Walczak, R., Kucharczyk, K., Pająk, B., Dziuban, J., 2015.

Positive regulation of humoral and innate immune responses induced by inactivated Avian Influenza Virus vaccine in broiler chickens, Veterinary Research Communications, Article in Press, Abdallah, F., Hassanin, O., 2015.

Possible basis for the emergence of H1N1 viruses with pandemic potential from avian hosts, Emerging Microbes and Infections, 4, art. no. 201540, Koçer, Z.A., Krauss, S., Zanin, M., Danner, A., Gulati, S., Jones, J.C., Friedman, K., Graham, A., Forrest, H., Seiler, J., Air, G.M., Webster, R.G., 2015.

Predictors for Risk Factors for Spread of Avian Influenza Viruses by Poultry Handlers in Live bird markets in Uganda, Zoonoses and Public Health, 62 ( 5 ), pp. 334 – 343, Kirunda, H., Mugimba, K.K., Erima, B., Mimbe, D., Byarugaba, D.K., Wabwire-Mangen, F., 2015.

Prevalence of avian influenza virus in wild birds before and after the HPAI H5N8 outbreak in 2014 in South Korea, Journal of Microbiology, 53 ( 7 ), pp. 475 – 480, Shin, J.-H., Woo, C., Wang, S.-J., Jeong, J., An, I.-J., Hwang, J.-K., Jo, S.-D., Yu, S.D., Choi, K., Chung, H.-M., Suh, J.-H., Kim, S.-H., 2015.

Protective efficacy of an inactivated vaccine against H9N2 avian influenza virus in ducks influenza viruses, Virology Journal, 12 ( 1 ), art. no. 143, Teng, Q., Shen, W., Liu, Q., Rong, G., Chen, L., Li, X., Chen, H., Yang, J., Li, Z., 2015.

Seasonal patterns in human A (H5N1) virus infection: analysis of global cases, PLoS ONE, 9 ( 9 ), p. e106171, Mathur, M.B., Patel, R.B., Gould, M., Uyeki, T.M., Bhattacharya, J., Xiao, Y., Gillaspie, Y., Chae, C., Khazeni, N., 2014.

Seroprevalence of antibodies against foot-and-mouth disease vaccine in yaks in China, Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 35 ( 3 ), pp. 371 – 374, Zhang, D., Yi, J., Liu, J., Shahzad, M., Li, K., Han, Z., Li, J., Gao, J., 2015.

Seroprevalence of foot and mouth disease virus infection in pigs from Zuru, Nigeria, Veterinary World, 8 ( 7 ), pp. 865 – 869, Fakai, L.U., Faleke, O.O., Magaji, A.A., Ibitoye, E.B., Alkali, B.R., 2015.

Susceptibility of wild passerines to subtype H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses, Avian Pathology, 44 ( 4 ), pp. 243 – 247, Fujimoto, Y., Usui, T., Ito, H., Ono, E., Ito, T., 2015.

The avian influenza vaccine Emerflu. Why did it fail?, Expert Review of Vaccines, 14 ( 8 ), pp. 1125 – 1134, Young, B.E., Sadarangani, S.P., Leo, Y.S., 2015.

The effects of H3N2 swine influenza virus infection on TLRs and RLRs signaling pathways in porcine alveolar macrophages, Virology Journal, 12 ( 1 ), art. no. 61, Zhang, J., Miao, J., Hou, J., Lu, C., 2015.

The pathogenicity of swan derived H5N1 virus in birds and mammals and its gene analysis, Virology Journal,  Article in Press, Tabynov, K., Sansyzbay, A., Sandybayev, N., Mambetaliyev, M., 2014.

The Perceived Value of Passive Animal Health Surveillance: The Case of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Vietnam, Zoonoses and Public Health, Article in Press, Delabouglise, A., Antoine-Moussiaux, N., Phan, T.D., Dao, D.C., Nguyen, T.T., Truong, B.D., Nguyen, X.N.T., Vu, T.D., Nguyen, K.V., Le, H.T., Salem, G., Peyre, M., 2015.

The genomic contributions of avian H1N1 influenza A viruses to the evolution of mammalian strains, PLoS ONE, 10 ( 7 ), art. no. e0133795, Koçer, Z.A., Carter, R., Wu, G., Zhang, J., Webster, R.G., 2015.

The infection of turkeys and chickens by reassortants derived from pandemic H1N1 2009 and avian H9N2 influenza viruses, Scientific Reports, 5, art. no. 10130, Sun, H., Kong, W., Liu, L., Qu, Y., Li, C., Shen, Y., Zhou, Y., Wang, Y., Wu, S., Pu, J., Liu, J., Sun, Y., 2015.

The pandemic potential of avian influenza A(H7N9) virus: a review, Epidemiology and Infection, Article in Press, Tanner W.D, Toth, D.J.A., Gundlapalli, A. V., 2015.

Transmission of influenza A viruses, Virology, 479-480, pp. 234 – 246, Neumann, G., Kawaoka, Y., 2015.

Wild waterfowl migration and domestic duck density shape the epidemiology of highly pathogenic H5N8 influenza in the Republic of Korea, Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 34, pp. 267 – 277, Hill, S.C., Lee, Y.-J., Song, B.-M., Kang, H.-M., Lee, E.-K., Hanna, A., Gilbert, M., Brown, I.H., Pybus, O.G., 2015.

What adaptive changes in hemagglutinin and neuraminidase are necessary for emergence of pandemic influenza virus from its avian precursor?, Biochemistry (Moscow), 80 ( 7 ) pp. 872 – 880, Gambaryan, A.S., Matrosovich, M.N., 2015.

When fur and feather occur together: Interclass transmission of avian influenza A virus from mammals to birds through common resources, Scientific Reports, 5, art. no. 14354, Jeffrey Root, J., Shriner, S.A., Ellis, J.W., VanDalen, K.K., Sullivan, H.J., Franklin, A.B., 2015.

Virus excretion from foot-and-mouth disease virus carrier cattle and their potential role in causing new outbreaks, PLoS ONE, 10 ( 6 ), art. no. e0128815, Parthiban, A.B.R., Mahapatra, M., Gubbins, S., Parida, S., 2015.

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Lumpy Skin Disease

Comparison of the efficacy of Neethling lumpy skin disease virus and x10RM65 sheep-pox live attenuated vaccines for the prevention of lumpy skin disease - The results of a randomized controlled field study, Vaccine, 33 ( 38 ), art. no. 16768, pp. 4837 – 4842, Ben-Gera, J., Klement, E., Khinich, E., Stram, Y., Shpigel, N.Y., 2015.

Lumpy skin disease in Iraq: Study of the disease emergence, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Al-Salihi, K.A., Hassan, I.Q., 2015.

Sero-prevalence of lumpy skin disease in selected districts of West Wollega zone, Ethiopia, BMC Veterinary Research, 11 ( 1 ), art. no. 135, Abera, Z., Degefu, H., Gari, G., Kidane, M., 2015.

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Peste des Petits Ruminants

Detection and genetic characterization of lineage IV peste des petits ruminant virus in Kazakhstan, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 62 ( 5 ), pp. 470 – 479, Kock, R.A., Orynbayev, M.B., Sultankulova, K.T., Strochkov, V.M., Omarova, Z.D., Shalgynbayev, E.K., Rametov, N.M., Sansyzbay, A.R., Parida, S., 2015.

Diagnosis of peste des petits ruminants infection in small ruminants through in-house developed indirect ELISA: practical considerations, Veterinary World, 8 ( 4 ), pp. 443 – 448, Sharma, K.K., Kshirsagar, D.P., Kalyani, I.H., Patel, D.R., Vihol, P.D., Patel, J.M., 2015.

First serological and molecular evidence of PPRV occurrence in Ghardaïa district, center of Algeria, Tropical Animal Health and Production, 47 ( 7 ), pp. 1279 – 1284, Kardjadj, M., Ben-Mahdi, M.-H., Luka, P.D., 2015.

Genetic characterization of peste des petits ruminants virus, Turkey, 2009-2013, Research in Veterinary Science, 101, pp. 187 – 195, Şevik, M., Sait, A., 2015.

Haematological changes associated with intranasal and parenteral routes of vaccination against peste des petits ruminants in West African dwarf goats, Comparative Clinical Pathology, 24 ( 1 ), pp. 189 – 192, Ezeasor, C.K., Emikpe, B.O., Anosa, V.O., 2014.

Risks to the EU from peste des petits ruminants and lumpy skin disease, The Veterinary Record, 176 ( 5 ), p.110, 2015.

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Rabies

Analysis of time series of cattle rabies cases in Minas Gerais, Brazil, 2006–2013, Tropical Animal Health and Production, 47 ( 4 ), pp. 663 – 670, Lopes, E., Sáfadi, T., Da Rocha, C.M.B.M., Cardoso, D.L., 2015.

A new outbreak of fox rabies at the Russian-Mongolian border, Virologica Sinica, 30 ( 4 ), pp. 313 – 315, Adelshin, R.V., Melnikova, O.V., Trushina, Y.N., Botvinkin, A.D., Borisova, T.I., Andaev, E.I., Verzhutsky, D.B., Khangazhinov, A.S., Balakhonov, S.V., 2015.

Animal health care seeking behavior of pets or livestock owners and knowledge and awareness on zoonoses in a university community, Veterinary World, 8 ( 7 ), pp. 841 – 847, Awosanya, E.J., Akande, H.O., 2015.

Antibody response in cattle and guinea pigs inoculated with rabies vaccines, Journal of Bacteriology and Virology, 44 ( 1 ), pp. 67 – 74, Yang, D.-K., Jeong, W.-H., Kim, H.-H., Nah, J.-J., Kim, J.-J., Choi, S.-S., Kim, J.-T., Song, J.-Y., 2014.

Approach to injuries caused by rabies suspected dog bites: Three cases, Gulhane Medical Journal, 57 ( 2 ), pp. 184 – 187, Yapici, A.K., Kaldirim, Ü., Arziman, I., Tuncer, S.K., Karakaş, A., Altinel, Ö, 2015.

A versatile in vitro ELISA test for quantification and quality testing of infectious, inactivated and formulated rabies virus used in veterinary monovalent or combination vaccine, Vaccine, Article in Press, Sigoillot-Claude, C., Battaglio, M., Fiorucci, M., Gillet, D., Vimort, A.-S., Giraud, Y., Laurent, S., Vaganay, A., Poulet, H., 2015.

Cattle rabies vaccination-A longitudinal study of rabies antibody titres in an Israeli dairy herd, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 121 ( 1-2 ), pp. 170 – 175, Yakobson, B., Taylor, N., Dveres, N., Rozenblut, S., Tov, B.E., Markos, M., Gallon, N., Homer, D., Maki, J., 2015.

Comparative evaluation of clinicopathological, immunohistochemical, and immunofluorescent techniques for diagnosis of rabies in animals, Comparative Clinical Pathology, 24 ( 5 ), pp. 1177 – 1184, Beigh, A.B., Sandhu, B.S., Singh, C.K., Gupta, K., Sood, N.K., 2015.

Cross-border transport of rescue dogs may spread rabies in Europe, Veterinary Record, 176 ( 26 ), p. 672, Klevar, S., Høgåsen, H.R., Davidson, R.K., Hamnes, I.S., Berndtsson, L.T., Lund, A., 2015.

Disease risk analysis - A tool for policy making when evidence Is lacking: import of rabies-susceptible zoo mammals as a model, Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 46 ( 3 ), pp. 540 – 546, Hartley, M., Roberts, H., 2015

Ecological approaches in veterinary epidemiology: mapping the risk of bat-borne rabies using vegetation indices and night-time light satellite imagery, Veterinary Research, 46 ( 1 ), art. no. 235, Escobar, L.E., Peterson, A.T., Papeş, M., Favi, M., Yung, V., Restif, O., Qiao, H., Medina-Vogel, G, 2015.

Effective vaccination against rabies in puppies in rabies endemic regions, Veterinary Record, 177 ( 6 ),  p. 150, Morters, M.K., McNabb, S., Horton, D.L., Fooks, A.R., Schoeman, J.P., Whay, H.R., Wood, J.L.N., Cleaveland, S., 2015.

Evolutionary trends of European bat lyssavirus type 2 including genetic characterization of Finnish strains of human and bat origin 24 years apart, Archives of Virology, 160 ( 6 ), pp. 1489 – 1498, Miia, J.-V., Tiina, N., Tarja, S., Olli, V., Liisa, S., Anita, H., 2015.

Evaluation of suspected rabies animal bites and comparison of vaccination protocols, Acta Medica Mediterranea, 31 ( 4 ), pp. 919 – 924, Akpinar, O., Kapci, M., Duman, A., Turkdogan, K.A., 2015.

Evaluation of methods for short-term marking of domestic dogs for rabies control, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 121 ( 1-2 ), pp. 179 – 182, Conan, A., Kent, A., Koman, K., Konink, S., Knobel, D., 2015.

Factors for early death in rabies- The bitter truth, Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine, 19 ( 9 ), pp. 566 – 567, Senthilkumaran, S., Jena, N.N., Gore, S.B., Manikam, R., Thirumalaikolundusubramanian, P., 2015.

Getting to the root of epidemic spread with phylodynamic analysis of genomic data, Trends in Microbiology, 23 ( 7 ), pp. 383 – 386, Du Plessis, L., Stadler, T., 2015.

Going the extra 20 miles to raise awareness of rabies, The Veterinary Record, 175 ( 20 ), p. 500, 2014.

Integrated health messaging for multiple neglected zoonoses: Approaches, challenges and opportunities in Morocco, Acta Tropica, 152, art. no. 3709, pp. 17 – 25, Ducrotoy, M.J., Yahyaoui Azami, H., El Berbri, I., Bouslikhane, M., Fassi Fihri, O., Boué, F., Petavy, A.F., Dakkak, A., Welburn, S., Bardosh, K.L., 2015.

Knowledge, attitudes and practices of animal bite victims attending an anti-rabies health center in Jimma Town, Ethiopia, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 9 ( 6 ), art. no. e000386714,  Kabeta, T., Deresa, B., Tigre, W., Ward, M.P., Mor, S.M., 2015.

Knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding rabies and exposure to bats in two rural communities in Guatemala, BMC Research Notes, 8 ( 1 ), art. no. 955, Moran, D., Juliao, P., Alvarez, D., Lindblade, K.A., Ellison, J.A., Gilbert, A.T., Petersen, B., Rupprecht, C., Recuenco, S., 2015.

Outcomes of a school-based intervention on rabies prevention among school children in rural Sri Lanka, International Health, 7 ( 5 ), art. no. ihu098, pp. 348 – 353, Kanda, K., Obayashi, Y., Jayasinghe, A., Gunawardena, G.S.P.S., Delpitiya, N.Y., Priyadarshani, N.G.W., Gamage, C.D., Arai, A., Tamashiro, H., 2015.

PETS consultation results, The Veterinary Record, 175 ( 20 ), p. 494, 2014.

Public health responses to reemergence of animal rabies, Taiwan, July 16-December 28, 2013, PLoS ONE, 10 ( 7 ), art. no. 132160, Huang, A.S.-E., Chen, W.-C., Huang, W.-T., Huang, S.-T., Lo, Y.-C., Wei, S.-H., Kuo, H.-W., Chan, P.-C., Hung, M.-N., Liu, Y.-L., Mu, J.-J., Yang, J.-Y., Liu, D.-P., Chou, J.-H., Chuang, J.-H., Chang, F.-Y., 2015.

Rabies: 100 per cent fatal, 100 per cent preventable, Veterinary Record, 177 ( 6 ), pp. 148 – 149, Abela-Ridder, B., 2015.

Rabies post-exposure prophylaxis is not indicated following fox-related injuries occurring in France, Zoonoses and Public Health, 62 ( 5 ), pp. 415 – 416, Gautret, P., Bourhy, H., 2015.

Rabies suspected animal contact cases in a city with animal husbandry and the appropriateness of prophylactic procedures, Turkiye Acil Tip Dergisi, 15 ( 2 ), pp. 79 – 84, Dagar, S., Sahin, S., Oray, D., Akkaya, A., Kama, A., Ucan, G., 2015.

Rabies transmitted by bats in Brazil, Acta Biologica Colombiana20 ( 3 ), pp. 21 – 35, Fahl, W.O., Garcia, A.I.E., Achkar, S.M., Mori, E., Asano, K.M., Iamamoto, K., Scheffer, K.C., 2015.

Rabies vaccines: Current status and prospects for development, Molecular Biology, 49 ( 4 ), pp. 513 – 519, Starodubova, E.S., Preobrazhenskaia, O.V., Kuzmenko, Y.V., Latanova, A.A., Yarygina, E.I., Karpov, V.L., 2015.

Recognizing the role of skunks in human and animal rabies exposures in the Southwest, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15 ( 8 ), pp. 494 – 501, Clark, R., Taylor, A., Garcia, F., Krone, T., Brown, H.E., 2015.

Reconciling surveillance systems with limited resources: An evaluation of passive surveillance for rabies in an endemic setting, Preventive Veterinary Medicine,  Article in Press, Craighead, L., Gilbert, W., Subasinghe, D., Häsler, B., 2015.

Risk of rabies exposure among travellers, Netherlands Journal of Medicine, 73 ( 5 ), pp. 219 – 226, Wieten, R.W., Tawil, S., van Vugt, M., Goorhuis, A., Grobusch, M.P., 2015.

Serological detection of antibodies to peste des petits ruminants virus in large ruminants, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases , Article in Press, Abubakar, M., Mahapatra, M., Muniraju, M., Arshed, M.J., Khan, E.H., Banyard, A.C., Ali, Q., Parida, S., 2015.

Spatio-temporal analysis of fox rabies cases in Germany 2005-2006, Geospatial Health, 10 ( 1 ), pp. 1 – 5, Eckardt, M., Freuling, C., Müller, T., Selhorst, T., 2015.

Spatiotemporal distribution of rabies in Arctic foxes in Greenland, European Journal of Wildlife Research, 61 ( 3 ), pp. 457 – 465, Raundrup, K., Moshøj, C.M., Wennerberg, S.E., Kapel, C.M.O., 2015.

Tackling neglected diseases, The Veterinary Record, 175 ( 6 ), p. 138, 2014.

The cost of canine rabies on four continents, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 62 ( 4 ), pp. 446 – 452, Anderson, A., Shwiff, S.A., 2015.

Utility of forensic detection of rabies virus in decomposed exhumed dog carcasses, Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 86 ( 1 ), pp. 1 – 5, Markotter, W., Coertse, J., Le Roux, K., Peens, J., Weyer, J., Blumberg, L., Nel, L.H., 2015.

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Rift Valley Fever

A spatial analysis of Rift Valley fever virus seropositivity in domestic ruminants in Tanzania, PLoS ONE, 10 ( 7 ), art. no. e0131873, Sindato, C., Pfeiffer, D.U., Karimuribo, E.D., Mboera, L.E.G., Rweyemamu, M.M., Paweska, J.T., 2015.

A stochastic model to study rift valley fever persistence with different seasonal patterns of vector abundance: New insights on the endemicity in the tropical island of mayotte, PLoS ONE, 10 ( 7 ), art. no. 013083, Cavalerie, L., Charron, M.V.P., Ezanno, P., Dommergues, L., Zumbo, B., Cardinale, E., 2015.

Comparison of Rift Valley fever virus replication in North American livestock and wildlife cell lines, Frontiers in Microbiology, 6 ( JUN ), art. no. 664, Gaudreault, N.N., Indran, S.V., Bryant, P.K., Richt, J.A., Wilson, W.C., 2015.

Emerging infections of CNS: Avian influenza A virus, rift valley fever virus and human parechovirus, Brain Pathology, 25 ( 5 ), pp. 634 – 650, Wiley, C.A., Bhardwaj, N., Ross, T.M., Bissel, S.J., 2015.

Epidemiologic and environmental risk factors of Rift Valley fever in Southern Africa from 2008 to 2011, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15 ( 8 ), pp. 502 – 511, Glancey, M.M., Anyamba, A., Linthicum, K.J., 2015.

Interplay between the virus and host in Rift Valley fever pathogenesis, Journal of Innate Immunity, 7, pp. 450 – 458, Terasaki, K., Makino, S, 2015

Knowledge, attitudes and practices on Rift Valley fever among agro pastoral communities in Kongwa and Kilombero districts, Tanzania, BMC Infectious Diseases, 15 ( 1 ), art. no. 363, Shabani, S.S., Ezekiel, M.J., Mohamed, M., Moshiro, C.S., 2015.

Phylogenetic analysis of Bunyamwera and Ngari viruses (family Bunyaviridae, genus Orthobunyavirus) isolated in Kenya, Epidemiology and Infection, Article in Press,  Odhiambo, C., Venter, M., Lwande, O., Swanepoel, R., Sang, R., 2015.

Serological surveillance studies confirm the Rift Valley fever virus free status in South Korea, Tropical Animal Health and Production, 47 ( 7 ), pp. 1427 - 1430, Kim, H.J., Park, J.-Y., Jeoung, H.-Y., Yeh, J.-Y., Cho, Y.-S., Choi, J.-S., Lee, J.-Y., Cho, I.-S., Yoo, H.-S., 2015.

Severe hemorrhagic form of Rift Valley fever in Mauritania, Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologie Exotique, 108 ( 2 ), pp. 102 – 106, Boushab, M.B., Savadogo, M., Sow, M.S., Fall-Malick, F.Z., Seydi, M., 2015.

The effect of rift valley fever virus clone 13 vaccine on semen quality in rams, Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 82 ( 1 ), art. no. 9198 p., Brown, G., Venter, E.H., Morley, P., Annandale, H., 2015.

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Schmallenberg

First confirmation of Schmallenberg virus in cattle in Spain: Tissue distribution and pathology, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 62 ( 5 ), pp. e62 – e65, Balseiro, A., Royo, L.J., Gómez Antona, A., García Marín, J.F., 2015.

Follow-up of the Schmallenberg Virus seroprevalence in Belgian cattle, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 62 ( 5 ), pp. e80 – e84 , Méroc, E., Poskin, A., Van Loo, H., Van Driessche, E., Czaplicki, G., Quinet, C., Riocreux, F., De Regge, N., Caij, B., van den Berg, T., Hooyberghs, J., Van der Stede, Y., 2015.

High spread of Schmallenberg virus among roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) in Spain, Research in Veterinary Science, 102, art. no. 2946, pp. 231 – 233, Díaz, J.M., Prieto, A., López, C., Díaz, P., Pérez, A., Panadero, R., Pajares, G., Díez-Baños, P., Morrondo, P., Fernández, G., 2015.

Likely introduction date of Schmallenberg virus into France according to monthly serological surveys in cattle, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 62 ( 5 ), pp. e76 – e79, Zanella, G., Raballand, C., Durand, B., Sailleau, C., Pelzer, S., Benoit, F., Doceul, V., Zientara, S., Bréard, E., 2015.

Occurrence of schmallenberg disease in Europe, Medycyna Weterynaryjna, 70 ( 8 ), pp. 468 – 471, Niedbalski, W., 2014.

Saliva as an alternative specimen for detection of Schmallenberg virus-specific antibodies in bovines, BMC Veterinary Research, 11 ( 1 ), art. no. 237, Lazutka, J., Spakova, A., Sereika, V., Lelesius, R., Sasnauskas, K., Petraityte-Burneikiene, R., 2015.

Schmallenberg virus activity in cattle in Switzerland in 2013, Veterinary Record, Article in Press, Balmer, S., Gobet, H., Nenniger, C., Hadorn, D., Schwermer, H., Vögtlin, A., 2015.

Schmallenberg virus antibodies detected in dairy cows in the Republic of Serbia, Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science, 21 ( 4 ), pp. 906 – 908, Bojkovski, J., Vasic, A., Bugarski, D., Zdravkovic, N., Vakanjac, S., Kaba, J., Czopowicz, M., Silaghi, C., Nieder, M., Spinu, M., Pavlovic, I., 2015.

Schmallenberg virus beyond latitude 65°N, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 62 ( 5 ), pp. e11 – e18, Chenais, E., Ståhl, K., Frössling, J., Blomqvist, G., Näslund, K., Svensson, L., Renström, L., Mieziewska, K., Elvander, M., Valarcher, J.F., 2015.

Seroprevalence of Schmallenberg virus in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland: 2011-2013, Veterinary Microbiology, 180 ( 1-2 ), pp. 36 – 40, King, B., O'Shea Brown, T., Tarlinton, R., Daly, J.M., 2015.  

Serosurvey of Schmallenberg Virus infection in the highest goat-specialized region of France, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 62 ( 5 ), pp. e85 – e88, Valas, S., Baudry, C., Ehrhardt, N., Leven, A., Thirion, M., Aubert, C., Vialard, J., 2015.

Serosurvey of Schmallenberg virus infections in sheep and goat flocks in lower Saxony, Germany, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases , 62 ( 4 ), pp. 425 – 436, Helmer, C., Eibach, R., Tegtmeyer, P.C., Humann-Ziehank, E., Runge, M., Ganter, M., 2015.

Schmallenberg virus: Experimental infection in goats and bucks, BMC Veterinary Research, 11 ( 1 ), art. no. 221, Laloy, E., Riou, M., Barc, C., Belbis, G., Bréard, E., Breton, S., Cordonnier, N., Crochet, D., Delaunay, R., Moreau, J., Pozzi, N., Raimbourg, M., Sarradin, P., Trapp, S., Viarouge, C., Zientara, S., Ponsart, C., 2015.

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West Nile Fever

Establishment of the West Nile virus vector, Culex Modestus, in a residential area in Denmark, Journal of vector ecology : Journal of the Society for Vector Ecology, 39 ( 2 ), pp. 1 – 3, Bødker, R., Klitgård, K., Byriel, D.B., Kristensen, B., 2014.

Evaluation of the in vitro efficacy of permethrin and deltamethrin on Aedes albopictus, Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 166 ( 5-6 ), pp. 170 – 174, Senmartin, C., Bouhsira, E., Lienard, E., Jacquiet, P., Delaunay, P., Franc, M., 2015.

Geographic range of vector-borne infections and their vectors: The role of African wildlife, OIE Revue Scientifique et Technique, 34 ( 1 ), pp. 139 - 149, Van Vuuren, M., Penzhorn, B.L., 2015.

ECDC publishes new interactive online tool: West Nile fever maps for 2015, Euro surveillance : bulletin Européen sur les maladies transmissibles = European communicable disease bulletin, 20 ( 22 ), p. 21147, 2015.

West Nile encephalitis and its characteristics in childhood, Iranian Journal of Pediatrics, 25 ( 3 ), art. no. e2462, Karabay, M., Ogutlu, A., Ozturk, G., Guclu, E., Karabay, O., 2015.

West Nile fever in Brazil: Sporadic case, silent endemic disease or epidemic in its initial stages?, Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo, 57 ( 3 ), p. 276, Vieira, M.A.C.S., Aguiar, A.A.X., De Borba, A.S., Guimarães, H.C.L., Eulálio, K.D., Albuquerque-Neto, L.L., Salmito, M.A., Lima, O.B., 2015.

West nile virus transmission risk in the Czech republic, Epidemiologie, Mikrobiologie, Imunologie , 64 ( 2 ), pp. 80 – 86, Vlčková, J., Rupeš, V., Horáková, D., Kollárová, H., Holý, O., 2015.

 

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