Scientific Articles of Note Q1 2016



African Horse Sickness

A web-based survey of horse owners' perceptions and network analysis of horse movements relating to African horse sickness distribution in Namibia and South Africa, Acta Tropica, 158, pp. 201 – 207, Liebenberg, D., Piketh, S., van Hamburg, H., 2016.

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African Swine Fever

African swine fever virus: Current state and future perspectives in vaccine and antiviral research, Veterinary Microbiology, 185, pp. 15 – 19, Zakaryan, H., Revilla, Y., 2016.

African swine fever virus transmission cycles in Central Europe: Evaluation of wild boar-soft tick contacts through detection of antibodies against Ornithodoros erraticus saliva antigen, BMC Veterinary Research, 12 ( 1 ), Pietschmann, J., Mur, L., Blome, S., Beer, M., Pérez-Sánchez, R., Oleaga, A., Sánchez-Vizcaíno, J.M., 2016.

Attitudes and beliefs of pig farmers and wild boar hunters towards reporting of African Swine fever in Bulgaria, Germany and the western part of the Russian federation, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. e194 – e204, Vergne, T., Guinat, C., Petkova, P., Gogin, A., Kolbasov, D., Blome, S., Molia, S., Pinto Ferreira, J., Wieland, B., Nathues, H., Pfeiffer, D.U., 2016.

Current status of African swine fever virus in a population of wild boar in eastern Poland (2014-2015), Archives of Virology, 161 ( 1 ), pp. 189 – 195, Woźniakowski, G., Kozak, E., Kowalczyk, A., Łyjak, M., Pomorska-Mól, M., Niemczuk, K., Pejsak, Z., 2016.

Expert opinion on the perceived effectiveness and importance of on-farm biosecurity measures for cattle and swine farms in Switzerland, PLoS ONE, 10 ( 12 ), art. no. e0144533, Kuster, K., Cousin, M.-E., Jemmi, T., Schöpbach-Regula, G., Magouras, I., 2015.

Identification of terms for detecting early signals of emerging infectious disease outbreaks on the web, Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 123, pp. 104 – 115, Arsevska, E., Roche, M., Hendrikx, P., Chavernac, D., Falala, S., Lancelot, R., Dufour, B., 2016.

Thirty-five-year presence of African Swine fever in Sardinia: History, evolution and risk factors for disease maintenance, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. e165 – e177, Mur, L., Atzeni, M., Martínez-López, B., Feliziani, F., Rolesu, S., Sanchez-Vizcaino, J.M., 2016.

Updated assessment on African Swine fever in eastern Europe, The Veterinary Record, 176 ( 23 ), p. 586, 2015.

Vaccine potential of two previously uncharacterized African Swine fever virus isolates from Southern Africa and heterologous cross protection of an avirulent European isolate, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. 224 – 231, Souto, R., Mutowembwa, P., van Heerden, J., Fosgate, G.T., Heath, L., Vosloo, W., 2016.

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A comparison of dynamics in two models for the spread of a vector-borne disease, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. 215 – 223, Græsbøll, K., Sumner, T., Enøe, C., Christiansen, L.E., Gubbins, S., 2016.

Bluetongue: A disease that does not speak ‘one tongue’ only, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 4 ), pp. 247 – 248, Savini, G., 2015.

Bluetongue and other orbiviruses in South America: Gaps and challenges, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 4 ), pp. 253 – 262, Lobato, Z.I.P., Guedes, M.I.M.C., Matos, A.C.D., 2015.

Bluetongue virus surveillance in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania: Is serotype 26 circulating among cattle and dromedaries?, Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 40, pp. 109 – 112, Lorusso, A., Baba, D., Spedicato, M., Teodori, L., Bonfini, B., Marcacci, M., Di Provvido, A., Isselmou, K., Marini, V., Carmine, I., Scacchia, M., Di Sabatino, D., Petrini, A., Bezeid, B.A., Savini, G., 2016.

Culicoides spp. (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) as vectors of bluetongue virus in South Africa – A review, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 4 ), pp. 325 – 333, Venter, G.J., 2015.

Culicoides vector species on three South American camelid farms seropositive for bluetongue virus serotype 8 in Germany 2008/2009, Veterinary Parasitology, 214 ( 3-4 ), pp. 272 – 281, Schulz, C., Ziller, M., Kampen, H., Gauly, M., Beer, M., Grevelding, C.G., Hoffmann, B., Bauer, C., Werner, D., 2015.

Economic impact of bluetongue: A review of the effects on production, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 4 ), pp. 401 – 406, Rushton, J., Lyons, N., 2015.

Epidemiological characteristics and clinicopathological features of bluetongue in sheep and cattle, during the 2014 BTV serotype 4 incursion in Greece, Tropical Animal Health and Production, pp. 1 – 9, Article in Press, Katsoulos, P.-D., Giadinis, N.D., Chaintoutis, S.C., Dovas, C.I., Kiossis, E., Tsousis, G., Psychas, V., Vlemmas, I., Papadopoulos, T., Papadopoulos, O., Zientara, S., Karatzias, H., Boscos, C., 2016.

Epidemiology of Bluetongue in India, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. e151 – e164, Rao, P.P., Hegde, N.R., Reddy, Y.N., Krishnajyothi, Y., Reddy, Y.V., Susmitha, B., Gollapalli, S.R., Putty, K., Reddy, G.H., 2016.

Examples of recent emergences of arthropod-borne diseases in Europe: Bluetongue and Schmallenberg. Case of African Horse Sickness for the equine industry, Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 168 ( 1 ), pp. 12 – 17, Zientara, S., Lecollinet, S., 2015.

Experiences from the 2014 outbreak of bluetongue in Greece, Small Ruminant Research,  Article in Press, Vasileiou, N.G.C., Fthenakis, G.C., Amiridis, G.S., Athanasiou, L.V., Birtsas, P., Chatzopoulos, D.C., Chouzouris, T.M., Giannakopoulos, A., Ioannidi, K.S., Kalonaki, S.N., Katsafadou, A.I., Kyriakis, C.S., Mavrogianni, V.S., Papadopoulos, E., Spyrou, V., Valiakos, G., Venianaki, A.P., Billinis, C., 2015.

Factors affecting seroconversion rates in cattle vaccinated with two commercial inactivated BTV-8 vaccines under field conditions, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. 175 – 183, Vitale, N., Radaelli, M.C., Chiavacci, L., Paoletti, M., Teodori, L., Savini, G., 2016.

Forty years continous monitoring for bluetongue virus at an Australian site of high arbovirus activity. What have we achieved?, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 4 ) pp. 263 – 267, Melville, L., Weir, R., Hunt, N., Davis, S., Walsh, S., 2015.

Molecular evolution of American field strains of bluetongue and epizootic haemorrhagic disease viruses, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 4 ), pp. 269 – 273, Wilson, W.C., Gaudreault, N.N., Jasperson, D.C., Johnson, D.J., Ostlund, E.N., Chase, C.L., Ruder, M.G., Stallknecht, D.E., 2015.

Quantification of the increase in the frequency of early calving associated with late exposure to bluetongue virus serotype 8 in dairy cows: Implications for syndromic surveillance, Veterinary Research, Article in Press, Nusinovici, S., Madouasse, A., Fourichon, C., 2016.

Recent advances in knowledge of BTV‑host‑vector interaction, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 4 ), pp. 301 – 311, Coetzee, P., Venter, E.H., 2015.

The changing global face of bluetongue: From the beginning, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 4 ), pp. 249 – 251, Maclachlan, J. N., 2015.

Using shared needles for subcutaneous inoculation can transmit bluetongue virus mechanically between ruminant hosts, Scientific Reports, 6, art. no. 20627, Darpel, K.E., Barber, J., Hope, A., Wilson, A.J., Gubbins, S., Henstock, M., Frost, L., Batten, C., Veronesi, E., Moffat, K., Carpenter, S., Oura, C., Mellor, P.S., Mertens, P.P.C., 2016.

Vector-borne disease surveillance in livestock populations: A critical review of literature recommendations and implemented surveillance (BTV-8) in five European countries, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 125, pp. 1 – 9, Dórea, F.C., Elbers, A.R.W., Hendrikx, P., Enoe, C., Kirkeby, C., Hoinville, L., Lindberg, A., 2016.

Vector independent transmission of the vector-borne bluetongue virus, Critical Reviews in Microbiology, 42 ( 1 ), pp. 57 – 64, Van Der Sluijs, M.T.W., De Smit, A.J., Moormann, R.J.M, 2016.

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Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD)

Analysis of risk factors in the management of foot-and-mouth disease in Turkey, Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, 40 ( 1 ), pp. 1 – 6, Şentürk, B., Yalçin, C., Akçay, A., 2016.

Assessing the delay to detection and the size of the outbreak at the time of detection of incursions of foot and mouth and mouth disease in Australia, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 123, pp. 1 – 11, East, I.J., Martin, P.A.J., Langstaff, I., Iglesias, R.M., Sergeant, E.S.G., Garner, M.G., 2016.

Characteristics of foot-and-mouth disease viral strains circulating at the wildlife/livestock interface of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 1 ), pp. e58 – e70, Jori, F., Caron, A., Thompson, P.N., Dwarka, R., Foggin, C., de Garine-Wichatitsky, M., Hofmeyr, M., Van Heerden, J., Heath, L., 2016.

Decision-making for foot-and-mouth disease control: Objectives matter, Epidemics, 15, pp. 10 – 19, Probert, W.J.M., Shea, K., Fonnesbeck, C.J., Runge, M.C., Carpenter, T.E., Dürr, S., Garner, M.G., Harvey, N., Stevenson, M.A., Webb, C.T., Werkman, M., Tildesley, M.J., Ferrari, M.J., 2016.

Detection of foot-and-mouth disease virus RNA and capsid protein in lymphoid tissues of convalescent pigs does not indicate existence of a carrier state, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. 152 – 164, Stenfeldt, C., Pacheco, J.M., Smoliga, G.R., Bishop, E., Pauszek, S.J., Hartwig, E.J., Rodriguez, L.L., Arzt, J., 2016.

Diseases, dilemmas, decisions-Converting epidemiological dilemmas into successful disease control decisions, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 122 ( 1-2 ), pp. 242 – 252, Morris, R.S., 2016.

Estimating resource requirements to staff a response to a medium to large outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Australia, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 1 ), pp. e109 – e121, Garner, M.G., Bombarderi, N., Cozens, M., Conway, M.L., Wright, T., Paskin, R., East, I.J., 2016.

Evaluation of infectivity, virulence and transmission of FDMV field strains of serotypes O and A isolated in 2010 from outbreaks in the Republic of Korea, PLoS ONE, 11 ( 1 ), art. no. e0146445, Pacheco, J.M., Lee, K.-N., Eschbaumer, M., Bishop, E.A., Hartwig, E.J., Pauszek, S.J., Smoliga, G.R., Kim, S.-M., Park, J.-H., Ko, Y.-J., Lee, H.-S., Tark, D., Cho, I.-S., Kim, B., Rodriguez, L.L., Arzt, J., 2016.

Evaluating the transmission routes of hand, foot, and mouth disease in Guangdong, China, American Journal of Infection Control, 44 ( 2 ), pp. e13 – e14, Sun, L., Lin, H., Lin, J., He, J., Deng, A., Kang, M., Zeng, H., Ma, W., Zhang, Y., 2016.

Financial impacts of priority swine diseases to pig farmers in Red River and Mekong River Delta, Vietnam, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Pham, H.T.T., Antoine-Moussiaux, N., Grosbois, V., Moula, N., Truong, B.D., Phan, T.D., Vu, T.D., Trinh, T.Q., Vu, C.C., Rukkwamsuk, T., Peyre, M., 2016.

Foot-and-mouth disease transmission in Africa: Implications for control, a review, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. 136 – 151, Tekleghiorghis, T., Moormann, R.J.M., Weerdmeester, K., Dekker, A., 2016.

Herd immunity against foot-and-mouth disease under different vaccination practices in India, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Sharma, G.K., Mahajan, S., Matura, R., Biswal, J.K., Ranjan, R., Subramaniam, S., Misri, J., Bambal, R.G., Pattnaik, B., 2016.

Impact of foot-and-mouth disease status on deforestation in Brazilian Amazon and cerrado municipalities between 2000 and 2010, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 75, pp. 25 – 40, Bowman, M.S., 2016.

Is hiding foot-and-mouth disease sensitive behavior for farmers? A survey study in Sri Lanka, Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, 29 ( 2 ), pp. 280 – 287, Gunarathne, A., Kubota, S., Kumarawadu, P., Karunagoda, K., Kono, H., 2016.

Mass vaccination, immunity and coverage: Modelling population protection against foot-and-mouth-disease in Turkish cattle, Scientific Reports, 6, art. no. 22121, Knight-Jones, T.J.D., Gubbins, S., Bulut, A.N., Stärk, K.D.C., Pfeiffer, D.U., Sumption, K.J., Paton, D.J., 2016.

Modeling of the financial reserves required by the livestock disease compensation fund of Lower Saxony for rebates in the course of disease outbreaks incorporating spatial restriction zones, Berliner und Münchener tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 128 ( 11 – 12 ), pp. 495 – 506, Denzin, N., Gerdes, U., 2015.

Modeling the intrinsic dynamics of foot-and-mouth disease, Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, 13 ( 2 ), pp. 425 – 442, Mushayabasa, S., Posny, D., Wang, J., 2016.

Multiple efficacy studies of an adenovirus-vectored foot-and-mouth disease virus serotype A24 subunit vaccine in cattle using homologous challenge, Vaccine, Article in Press, Schutta, C., Barrera, J., Pisano, M., Zsak, L., Grubman, M.J., Mayr, G.A., Moraes, M.P., Kamicker, B.J., Brake, D.A., Ettyreddy, D., Brough, D.E., Butman, B.T., Neilan, J.G., 2015.

Perceptions of zoonotic and animal diseases in the Van Gujjar community of North India, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 123, pp. 143 – 153, Wright, A., Thrusfield, M., 2016.

Potential impact of species and livestock density on the epidemic size and effectiveness of control measures for foot-and-mouth disease in Japan, Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 78 ( 1 ), pp. 13 – 22, Hayama, Y., Yamamoto, T., Kobayashi1, S., Muroga, N., Tsutsui, T., 2016.

Prevalence and risk factors for foot and mouth disease infection in small ruminants in Israel, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 125, pp. 82 – 88, Elnekave, E., van Maanen, K., Shilo, H., Gelman, B., Storm, N., Berdenstain, S., Berke, O., Klement, E., 2016.

Serotype diversity of foot-and-mouth-disease virus in livestock without history of vaccination in the far north region of Cameroon, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 1 ), pp. e27 – e38, Ludi, A., Ahmed, Z., Pomeroy, L.W., Pauszek, S.J., Smoliga, G.R., Moritz, M., Dickmu, S., Abdoulkadiri, S., Arzt, J., Garabed, R., Rodriguez, L.L., 2016.

Transmission of foot and mouth disease at the wildlife/livestock interface of the Kruger National Park, South Africa: Can the risk be mitigated?, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 126, pp. 19 – 29, Jori, F., Etter, E., 2016.

Unrecognized circulation of SAT 1 foot-and-mouth disease virus in cattle herds around Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda, BMC Veterinary Research, 12 ( 1 ), art. no. 5, Dhikusooka, M.T., Ayebazibwe, C., Namatovu, A., Belsham, G.J., Siegismund, H.R., Wekesa, S.N., Balinda, S.N., Muwanika, V.B., Tjørnehøj, K, 2016.

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Examples of recent emergences of arthropod-borne diseases in Europe: Bluetongue and Schmallenberg. Case of African Horse Sickness for the equine industry, Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 168 ( 1 ), pp. 12 – 17, Zientara, S., Lecollinet, S., 2015.

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A 3-year follow-up study of the seroprevalence of antibodies to avian influenza A H5, H6, H7 and H10 viruses among the general population of Wuhan, China, Journal of Clinical Virology, 77, pp. 109 – 110, Liu, S., Li, M., Su, Z., Deng, F., Chen, J., 2016.

A meta-analysis of the prevalence of influenza A H5N1 and H7N9 infection in birds, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Bui, C., Rahman, B., Heywood, A.E., Macintyre, C.R., 2016.

Antigenic and genetic characteristics of zoonotic influenza viruses and development of candidate vaccine viruses for pandemic preparedness, Relevé épidémiologique hebdomadaire/Section d'hygiène du Secrétariat de la Société des Nations, 90 ( 42 ), pp. 561 – 571, 2015.

Antigenic evolution of H9N2 chicken influenza viruses isolated in China during 2009-2013 and selection of a candidate vaccine strain with broad cross-reactivity, Veterinary Microbiology, 182, pp. 1 – 7, Wei, Y., Xu, G., Zhang, G., Wen, C., Anwar, F., Wang, S., Lemmon, G., Wang, J., Carter, R., Wang, M., Sun, H., Sun, Y., Zhao, J., Wu, G., Webster, R.G., Liu, J., Pu, J., 2016.

A preclinical trial of the reassortant influenza virus vaccine strain A/17/Quail/Hong Kong/97/84 (H9N2), Voprosy virusologii, 60 ( 4 ), pp. 40 – 44, Desheva, Y.A., Smolonogina, T.A., Rudenko, L.G., 2015.

Assessment of antiviral properties of peramivir against H7N9 avian influenza virus in an experimental mouse model, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 59 ( 12 ), pp. 7255 – 7264, Farooqui, A., Huang, L., Wu, S., Cai, Y., Su, M., Lin, P., Chen, W., Fang, X., Zhang, L., Liu, Y., Zeng, T., Paquette, S.G., Khan, A., Kelvin, A.A., Kelvina, D.J., 2015.

Avian influenza ecology in North Atlantic sea ducks: Not all ducks are created equal, PLoS ONE, 10 ( 12 ), art. no. e0144524, Hall, J.S., Russell, R.E., Franson, J.C., Soos, C., Dusek, R.J., Allen, R.B., Nashold, S.W., TeSlaa, J.L., Jonsson, J.E., Ballard, J.R., Harms, N.J., Brown, J.D., 2015.

Avian influenza A (H5N1) virus in Egypt, Emerging Infectious Diseases, 22 ( 3 ), pp. 379 – 388, Kayali, G., Kandeil, A., El-Shesheny, R., Kayed, A.S., Maatouq, A.M., Cai, Z., McKenzie, P.P., Webby, R.J., Refaey, S.E., Kandeel, A., Ali, M.A., 2016.

Avian influenza infection dynamics under variable climatic conditions, viral prevalence is rainfall driven in waterfowl from temperate, south-east Australia, Veterinary Research, 47 ( 1 ), art. no. 23, Ferenczi, M., Beckmann, C., Warner, S., Loyn, R., O'Riley, K., Wang, X., Klaassen, M., 2016.

Avian influenza virus H9N2 seroprevalence and risk factors for infection in occupational poultry-exposed workers in Tai'an of China, Journal of Medical Virology, Article in Press, Li, S., Zhou, Y., Song, W., Pang, Q., Miao, Z., 2016.

Biosecurity and circulation of influenza A (H5N1) virus in live-bird markets in Bangladesh, 2012, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Biswas, P.K., Giasuddin, M., Nath, B.K., Islam, M.Z., Debnath, N.C., Yamage, M., 2015.

Bird flu, the OIE, and national regulation: The WTO's India-agricultural products dispute, World Trade Review, 15 ( 2 ), pp. 235 – 257, Bown, C.P., Hillman, J.A., 2016.

Characterization of clade highly pathogenic H5 avian influenza viruses in ducks and chickens, Veterinary Microbiology, 182, pp. 116 – 122, Sun, H., Pu, J., Hu, J., Liu, L., Xu, G., Gao, G.F., Liu, X., Liu, J., 2016.

Chronological, geographical, and seasonal trends of human cases of avian influenza A (H5N1) in Vietnam, 2003-2014: A spatial analysis, BMC Infectious Diseases, 16 ( 1 ), art. no. 64, Manabe, T., Yamaoka, K., Tango, T., Binh, N.G., Co, D.X., Tuan, N.D., Izumi, S., Takasaki, J., Chau, N.Q., Kudo, K., 2016.

Clinical and epidemiological characteristics of a case of avian influenza A H5N6 virus infection, Journal of Infection, Article in Press, Zhang, Y.-L., Yang, S.-G., Li, G., Yuan, J., Ding, H., Mao, C., Liu, Q., 2016.

Cross-reactivity between avian influenza A (H7N9) virus and divergent H7 subtypic- and heterosubtypic influenza A viruses, Scientific Reports, 6, art. no. 22045, Guo, L., Wang, D., Zhou, H., Wu, C., Gao, X., Xiao, Y., Ren, L., Paranhos-Baccalà, G., Shu, Y., Jin, Q., Wang, J., 2016.

Design of H7N9 avian influenza management and forecasting system based on GIS, ICEIEC 2015 - Proceedings of 2015 IEEE 5th International Conference on Electronics Information and Emergency Communication, art. no. 7284562, pp. 376 – 379, Gao, Z., Lang, M., 2015.

Development of disease-specific, context-specific surveillance models: Avian influenza (H5N1)-related risks and behaviours in African countries, Zoonoses and Public Health, 63 ( 1 ), pp. 20 – 33, Fasina, F.O., Njage, P.M.K., Ali, A.M.M., Yilma, J.M., Bwala, D.G., Rivas, A.L., Stegeman, A.J., 2016.

Different counteracting host immune responses to clade and Egyptian H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses in naïve and vaccinated chickens, Veterinary Microbiology, 183, pp. 103 – 109, Samy, A.A., El-Enbaawy, M.I., El-Sanousi, A.A., Nasef, S.A., Naguib, M.M., Abdelwhab, E.M., Hikono, H., Saito, T., 2016.

Disease surveillance in England and Wales, Veterinary Record, 178 ( 2 ), pp. 37 – 40, 2016.

Duration and frequency of shedding of influenza virus H9N2 subtype by infected birds based on an experimental study, Journal of Kerman University of Medical Sciences, 23 ( 1 ), pp. 33 – 43, Tavakkoli, H., Khosravi, A., Mosallanejad, S.S., 2016.

Dynamics of low and high pathogenic avian influenza in wild and domestic bird populations, Journal of Biological Dynamics, 10 ( 1 ), pp. 104 – 139, Tuncer, N., Torres, J., Martcheva, M., Barfield, M., Holt, R.D., 2016.

Dynamics of public opinion under the influence of epidemic spreading, International Journal of Modern Physics C, Article in Press, Wu, J., Ni, S., Shen, S., 2016.

Ecological determinants of avian influenza virus, west nile virus, and avian paramyxovirus infection and antibody status in blue-winged teal (Anas discors) in the Canadian prairies, Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 52 ( 1 ), pp. 33 – 46, Nallar, R., Papp, Z., Leighton, F.A., Epp, T., Pasick, J., Berhane, Y., Lindsay, R., Soos, C., 2016.

Emergence and dissemination of clade H5Nx influenza viruses - How is the Asian HPAI H5 lineage maintained, Current Opinion in Virology, 16, pp. 158 – 163, Claes, F., Morzaria, S.P., Donis, R.O., 2016.

Emergence and development of H7N9 influenza viruses in China, Current Opinion in Virology, 16, pp. 106 – 113, Zhu, H., Lam, T.T.-Y., Smith, D.K., Guan, Y., 2016.

Experimental infection of highly and low pathogenic avian influenza viruses to chickens, ducks, tree sparrows, jungle crows, and black rats for the evaluation of their roles in virus transmission, Veterinary Microbiology, 182, pp. 108 – 115, Hiono, T., Okamatsu, M., Yamamoto, N., Ogasawara, K., Endo, M., Kuribayashi, S., Shichinohe, S., Motohashi, Y., Chu, D.-H., Suzuki, M., Ichikawa, T., Nishi, T., Abe, Y., Matsuno, K., Tanaka, K., Tanigawa, T., Kida, H., Sakoda, Y., 2016.

Expression and adjuvant effects of the fusion peptide TBP5, Sheng wu gong cheng xue bao (Chinese Journal of Biotechnology), 31 ( 5 ), pp. 648 – 658, Wang, C., Guo, X., Li, X., Wu, T., Li, D., Chen, P., 2015.

Forecasting avian influenza incidence in Java and Madura area, ICCEREC 2015 - International Conference on Control, Electronics, Renewable Energy and Communications, art. no. 7337047, pp. 212 – 216, Permanasari, A.E., Utami, I.K., Hidayah, I., Kusumawardani, S.S., Samkhan, 2015.

Generation and characterization of monoclonal antibodies specific to avian influenza H5N1 hemagglutinin protein, Monoclonal Antibodies in Immunodiagnosis and Immunotherapy, 34 ( 6 ), pp. 436 – 441, Malik, A., Mallajosyula, V.V.A., Mishra, N.N., Varadarajan, R., Gupta, S.K., 2015.

Genotypic evolution and antigenicity of H9N2 influenza viruses in Shanghai, China, Archives of Virology, pp. 1 – 9, Article in Press, Ge, F., Li, X., Ju, H., Yang, D., Liu, J., Qi, X., Wang, J., Yang, X., Qiu, Y., Liu, P., Zhou, J., 2016.

High genetic diversity and frequent genetic reassortment of avian influenza A(H9N2) viruses along the East Asian-Australian migratory flyway, Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 39, pp. 325 – 329, Wang, H., Zhang, Z., Chen, Z., Zhang, Y., Lv, Q., An, X., Tong, Y., Carr, M.J., Sun, S., Shi, W., 2016.

Highly pathogenic avian influenza, Radiology of Infectious Diseases, 1, pp. 157 – 189, Lu, P., Zhao, Q., 2015.

Highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H5N8) viruses reintroduced into South Korea by migratory waterfowl, 2014-2015, Emerging Infectious Diseases, 22 ( 3 ), pp. 507 – 510, Kwon, J.-H., Lee, D.-H., Swayne, D.E., Noh, J.-Y., Yuk, S.-S., Erdene-Ochir, T.-O., Hong, W.-T., Jeong, J.-H., Jeong, S., Gwon, G.-B., Song, C.-S., 2016.

Highly pathogenic H7N7 avian influenza confirmed in Lancashire, The Veterinary Record, 177 ( 3 ), pp. 57 – 58, 2015.

Highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N8 in Germany: Outbreak investigations, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 1 ), pp. 10 – 13, Conraths, F.J., Sauter-Louis, C., Globig, A., Dietze, K., Pannwitz, G., Albrecht, K., Höreth-Böntgen, D., Beer, M., Staubach, C., Homeier-Bachmann, T., 2016.

Highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N8 clade virus: Equivocal pathogenicity and implications for surveillance following natural infection in breeder ducks in the United Kingdom, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 1 ), pp. 5 – 9, Núñez, A., Brookes, S.M., Reid, S.M., Garcia-Rueda, C., Hicks, D.J., Seekings, J.M., Spencer, Y.I., Brown, I.H., 2016.

Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus A/H5N1 infection in vaccinated meat duck flocks in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. 127 – 135, Cuong, N.V., Truc, V.N.T., Nhung, N.T., Thanh, T.T., Chieu, T.T.B., Hieu, T.Q., Men, N.T., Mai, H.H., Chi, H.T., Boni, M.F., van Doorn, H.R., Thwaites, G.E., Carrique-Mas, J.J., Hoa, N.T., 2016.

Highly pathogenic influenza H5N1 virus of clade in Western Siberia, Archives of Virology, pp. 1 – 5, Article in Press, Marchenko, V.Y., Susloparov, I.M., Kolosova, N.P., Goncharova, N.I., Shipovalov, A.V., Ilyicheva, T.N., Durymanov, A.G., Chernyshova, O.A., Kozlovskiy, L.I., Chernyshova, T.V., Pryadkina, E.N., Karimova, T.V., Mikheev, V.N., Ryzhikov, A.B., 2016.

Identification and genetic analysis of H3N8 subtype influenza viruses isolated from domestic pigeons in Central China, Virus Genes, 52 ( 1 ), pp. 38 – 50, Zou, Z., Chen, S., Liu, Z., Jin, M., 2016.

Infectivity and transmissibility of avian H9N2 influenza viruses in pigs, Journal of Virology, 90 ( 7 ), pp. 3506 – 3514, Wang, J., Wu, M., Hong, W., Fan, X., Chen, R., Zheng, Z., Zeng, Y., Huang, R., Zhang, Y., Lam, T.T.-Y., Smith, D.K., Zhu, H., Guan, Y., 2016.

Influenza, Clinical Infectious Disease, Second Edition, pp. 1205 – 1210, Herati, R.S., Friedman, H.M., 2015.

Introduction and enzootic of A/H5N1 in Egypt: Virus evolution, pathogenicity and vaccine efficacy ten years on, Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 40, pp. 80 – 90, Abdelwhab, E.M., Hassan, M.K., Abdel-Moneim, A.S., Naguib, M.M., Mostafa, A., Hussein, I.T.M., Arafa, A., Erfan, A.M., Kilany, W.H., Agour, M.G., El-Kanawati, Z., Hussein, H.A., Selim, A.A., Kholousy, S., El-Naggar, H., El-Zoghby, E.F., Samy, A., Iqbal, M., Eid, A., Ibraheem, E.M., Pleschka, S., Veits, J., Nasef, S.A., Beer, M., Mettenleiter, T.C., Grund, C., Ali, M.M., Harder, T.C., Hafez, H.M., 2016.

Investigations reveal rare mutation event in avian influenza outbreak, The Veterinary Record, 177 ( 6 ), p. 137, 2015.

Isolation of a novel H3N2 influenza virus containing a gene of H9N2 avian influenza in a dog in South Korea in 2015, Virus Genes, 52 ( 1 ), pp. 142 – 145, Lee, I.H., Le, T.B., Kim, H.S., Seo, S.H., 2016.

Live bird markets characterization and trading network analysis in Mali: Implications for the surveillance and control of avian influenza and Newcastle disease, Acta Tropica, 155, pp. 77 - 88, Molia, S., Boly, I.A., Duboz, R., Coulibaly, B., Guitian, J., Grosbois, V., Fournié, G., Pfeiffer, D.U., 2016.

Low pathogenic avian influenza H9N2: world-wide distribution, World's Poultry Science Journal, pp. 1 – 12, Article in Press, Al-Garib, S., Agha, A., Al-Mesilaty, L., 2015.

Modelling the risk of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 in wild birds and poultry of china, Communications in Computer and Information Science, 569, pp. 707 – 721, Zhang, P., Atkinson, P.M., 2016.

New England harbor seal H3N8 influenza virus retains avian-like receptor specificity, Scientific Reports, 6, art. no. 21428, Hussein, I.T.M., Krammer, F., Ma, E., Estrin, M., Viswanathan, K., Stebbins, N.W., Quinlan, D.S., Sasisekharan, R., Runstadler, J., 2016.

Pathogenicity evaluation of neuraminidase-negative H5 and H7 viruses in day-old chicks and adult chicken, Vaccine, 33 ( 49 ), pp. 6997 – 7001, Hoffmann, D., Röhrs, S., Rahn, J., Stech, J., Beer, M., 2016.

PB2 subunit of avian influenza virus subtype H9N2: A pandemic risk factor, Journal of General Virology, 97 ( 1 ), pp. 39 – 48, Sediri, H., Thiele, S., Schwalm, F., Gabriel, G., Klenk, H.-D., 2016.

Phylogenetic analysis of the hemagglutinin gene of recent H9N2 avian influenza viruses isolated from broiler flocks in Iran, Veterinarski Arhiv, 86 ( 1 ), pp. 95 – 109, Ghorbani, A., Moosakhani, F., Marandi, M.V., 2016.

Poultry food products-a source of avian influenza virus transmission to humans?, Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 22 (2), Harder, T.C., Buda, S., Hengel, H., Beer, M., Mettenleiter, T.C., 2016.

Prevalence, genetics, and transmissibility in ferrets of Eurasian avian-like H1N1 swine influenza viruses, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113 ( 2 ), pp. 392 – 397, Yang, H., Chen, Y., Qiao, C., He, X., Zhou, H., Sun, Y., Yin, H., Meng, S., Liu, L., Zhang, Q., Kong, H., Gu, C., Li, C., Bu, Z., Kawaoka, Y., Chen, H., 2016.

Prioritization of zoonotic diseases of public health significance in Vietnam, Journal of Infection in Developing Countries, 9 ( 12 ), pp. 1315 – 1322, Trang, D.T., Siembieda, J., Huong, N.T., Hung, P., Ky, D., Bandyopahyay, S., Olowokure, B., 2015.

Protective efficacy of stockpiled vaccine against H5N8 highly pathogenic avian influenza virus isolated from a chicken in Kumamoto prefecture, Japan, in 2014, Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 78 ( 1 ), pp. 139 – 142, Gamoh, K., Nakamizo, M., Okamatsu, M., Sakoda, Y., Kida, H., Suzuki, S., 2016.

Risk distribution of human infections with avian influenza H7N9 and H5N1 virus in China, Scientific Reports, 5, art. no. 18610, Li, X.-L., Yang, Y., Sun, Y., Chen, W.-J., Sun, R.-X., Liu, K., Ma, M.-J., Liang, S., Yao, H.-W., Gray, G.C., Fang, L.-Q., Cao, W.-C., 2015.

Role of vaccination-induced immunity and antigenic distance in the transmission dynamics of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 13 ( 114 ), art. no. 20150976, Sitaras, I., Rousou, X., Kalthoff, D., Beer, M., Peeters, B., De Jong, M.C.M., 2016.

Sentinel model for influenza A virus monitoring in free-grazing ducks in Thailand, Veterinary Microbiology, 182, pp. 35 – 43, Boonyapisitsopa, S., Chaiyawong, S., Nonthabenjawan, N., Jairak, W., Prakairungnamthip, D., Bunpapong, N., Amonsin, A., 2016.

Sero-surveillance and risk factors for avian influenza and Newcastle disease virus in backyard poultry in Oman, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 122 ( 1-2 ), pp. 145 – 153, Shekaili, T.A., Clough, H., Ganapathy, K., Baylis, M., 2015.

Severe infection with avian influenza a virus is associated with delayed immune recovery in survivors, Medicine (United States), 95 ( 5 ), art. no. e2606, Chen, J., Cui, G., Lu, C., Ding, Y., Gao, H., Zhu, Y., Wei, Y., Wang, L., Uede, T., Li, L., Diao, H., 2016.

Strategies towards universal pandemic influenza vaccines, Expert Review of Vaccines, 15 ( 2 ), pp. 215 – 225, He, F., Leyrer, S., Kwang, J., 2016.

The cutting-edge of medicine; a recent trend of emerging infections: MERS and avian influenza A (H7N9), Nihon Naika Gakkai Zasshi. The Journal of the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine, 104 ( 1 ), pp. 114 – 119, Ishikane, M., Kato, H., Kawabata, K., Ito, H., Kanayama, A., Matsui, T., Oishi, K., 2015.

The Eurasian genes of the 2009 pandemic influenza virus: An integrative perspective on their conveyance to and assimilation in America, Critical Reviews in Microbiology, 42 ( 2 ), pp. 222 – 232, Shoham, D., 2016.

The genetic diversity of influenza A viruses in wild birds in Peru, PLoS ONE, 11 ( 1 ), art. no. e0146059, Nelson, M.I., Pollett, S., Ghersi, B., Silva, M., Simons, M.P., Icochea, E., Gonzalez, A.E., Segovia, K., Kasper, M.R., Montgomery, J.M., Bausch, D.G., 2016.

The pandemic potential of avian influenza A(H7N9) virus: a review, Epidemiology and Infection, 143 ( 16 ), pp. 3359 – 3374, Tanner, W.D., Toth, D.J., Gundlapalli, A.V., 2015.

The world health organization, global health security and international law, Legal Perspectives on Security Institutions, p. 225, Kamradt-Scott, A., 2015.

Translational research on influenza virus infection using a nonhuman primate model, Pathology International, 66 ( 3 ), pp. 132 – 141, Itoh, Y., 2016.

Vaccination with virus-like particles containing H5 antigens from three H5N1 clades protects chickens from H5N1 and H5N8 influenza viruses, Vaccine, Article in Press, Kapczynski, D.R., Tumpey, T.M., Hidajat, R., Zsak, A., Chrzastek, K., Tretyakova, I., Pushko, P., 2016.

WHO/FAO/OIE tripartite coordination for the control and prevention of zoonotic influenza viruses. Example of OFFLU, global network of veterinary expertise, Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 168 ( 3 ), pp. 224 – 232, Dauphin, P.G., 2015.

Will there ever be a new influenza pandemic and are we prepared?, Vaccine, 33 ( 49 ), pp. 7037 – 7040, Rudenko, L., Sellwood, C., Russell, C., Herfst, S., Gross, D., Dingwall, R., 2015.

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Lumpy Skin Disease

Adverse reactions to field vaccination against lumpy skin disease in Jordan, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. e213 – e219, Abutarbush, S.M., Hananeh, W.M., Ramadan, W., Al Sheyab, O.M., Alnajjar, A.R., Al Zoubi, I.G., Knowles, N.J., Bachanek-Bankowska, K., Tuppurainen, E.S.M., 2016.

Emergence of lumpy skin disease in Greece, 2015, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Tasioudi, K.E., Antoniou, S.E., Iliadou, P., Sachpatzidis, A., Plevraki, E., Agianniotaki, E.I., Fouki, C., Mangana-Vougiouka, O., Chondrokouki, E., Dile, C., 2016.

Evidence of intrauterine transmission of lumpy skin disease virus, Veterinary Journal, 209, pp. 193195, Rouby, S., Aboulsoud, E., 2016.

Qualitative assessment of the entry of capripoxviruses into Great Britain from the European Union through importation of ruminant hides, skins and wool, Microbial Risk Analysis, 1, pp. 13 – 18, Gale, P., Kelly, L., Snary, E.L., 2016.

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Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR)

Prevalence of peste des petits ruminants virus antibodies in small ruminants in Sindh, Pakistan, Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 25 ( 6 ), pp. 1515 – 1519, Nizamani, A.R., Nizamani, Z.A., Umrani, A.P., Dewani, P., Vandiar, M.A., Gandahi, J.A., Soomro, N.M., 2015.

Seroprevelance and molecular detection of peste des petits ruminants in goats of Assam, VirusDisease, 27 ( 1 ), pp. 91 – 97, Devi, M., Das, S., Sharma, K., Dutta, R., 2016.

Seroprevalence, distribution and risk factor for peste des petits ruminants (PPR) in Algeria, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 122 ( 1-2 ), pp. 205 – 210, Kardjadj, M., Kouidri, B., Metref, D., Luka, P.D., Ben-Mahdi, M.H., 2015.

Short communication seroprevalence of peste des petits ruminants in goats in Assam, India, Asian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 11 ( 3 ), pp. 210 – 212, Begum, S.S., Mahato, G., Sharma, P., Sharma, K., Hussain, M., Das, B.C., Hussain, J., De, A., Choudhary, D., Ramakrishnan, M.A., Muthuchelvan, D., 2016.

Small ruminant husbandry practices amongst Kajiado and Marsabit pastoralists and their effects on peste des petits ruminants control strategies, Livestock Research for Rural Development, 28 ( 2 ), Gitonga, P.N., Gachene, C.K., Njoroge, E., Thumbi, S.M., 2016.

The economic impact of eradicating peste des petits ruminants: A benefit-cost analysis, PLoS ONE, 11 ( 2 ), art. no. e0149982, Jones, B.A., Rich, K.M., Mariner, J.C., Anderson, J., Jeggo, M., Thevasagayam, S., Cai, Y., Peters, A.R., Roeder, P., 2016.

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A pathological study of the salivary glands of rabid dogs in the Philippines, Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 78 ( 1 ), pp. 35 – 42, Boonsriroj, H., Manalo, D.L., Kimitsuki, K., Shimatsu, T., Shiwa, N., Shinozaki, H., Takahashi, Y., Tanaka, N., Inoue, S., Park, C.-H., 2016.

Bovine rabies in Greece in 2013, Veterinary Record, 117 ( 23 ), p. 598, Tasioudi, K.E., Korou, L.M., Iliadou, P., Agianniotaki, E.I., Kostoglou, P., Tzani, M., Anastasiadis, I., Athanasiadis, I., Doudounakis, S., Mangana-Vougiouka, O., 2015.

Critical appraisal of the Milwaukee Protocol for rabies: This failed approach should be abandoned, Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences, 43 ( 1 ), pp. 44 – 51, 2015.

Difficulties in estimating the human burden of canine rabies, Acta Tropica,  Article in Press, Taylor, L.H., Hampson, K., Fahrion, A., Abela-Ridder, B., Nel, L.H., 2015.

Dog demography, animal bite management and rabies knowledge-attitude and practices in the Awash Basin, Eastern Ethiopia, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 ( 2 ), art. no. e0004471, Tschopp, R., Bekele, S., Aseffa, A., 2016.

Emergence of a sylvatic enzootic formosan ferret badger-associated rabies in Taiwan and the geographical separation of two phylogenetic groups of rabies viruses, Veterinary Microbiology, 182, pp. 28 – 34, Tsai, K.J., Hsu, W.C., Chuang, W.C., Chang, J.C., Tu, Y.C., Tsai, H.J., Liu, H.F., Wang, F.I., Lee, S.H., 2016.

Estimates of small Indian mongoose densities: Implications for rabies management, Journal of Wildlife Management, 80 ( 1 ), pp. 37 – 47, Johnson, S.R., Berentsen, A.R., Ellis, C., Davis, A., Vercauteren, K.C., 2016.

Estimating the probability distribution of the incubation period for rabies using data from the 1948-1954 rabies epidemic in Tokyo, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 123, pp. 102 – 105, Tojinbara, K., Sugiura, K., Yamada, A., Kakitani, I., Kwan, N.C.L., Sugiura, K., 2016.

Factors associated with dog rabies immunisation status in Bamako, Mali, Acta Tropica,  Article in Press, Mauti, S., Traoré, A., Hattendorf, J., Schelling, E., Wasniewski, M., Schereffer, J.L., Zinsstag, J., Cliquet, F., 2015.

First reported case of dog associated pig rabies in Ghana, African Journal of Infectious Diseases, 10 ( 1 ), pp. 55 – 57, Tasiame, W., Folitse, R.D., Emikpe, B.O., Adongo, J.A., 2016.

First report on the efficiency of oral vaccination of foxes against rabies in Serbia, Zoonoses and Public Health, 62 ( 8 ), pp. 625 – 636, Lupulovic, D., Maksimovic Zoric, J., Vaskovic, N., Bugarski, D., Plavsic, B., Ivanovic, N., Petrovic, T., Pusic, I., Marcic, D., Grgic, Z., Lazic, S., 2015.

Human rabies transmitted by dogs: current status of global data, 2015, Relevé épidémiologique hebdomadaire/Section d'hygiène du Secrétariat de la Société des Nations, 91 ( 2 ), pp. 13 – 20, 2016.

Inactivation of rabies virus by hydrogen peroxide, Vaccine, 34 ( 6 ), pp. 798 – 802, Abd-Elghaffar, A.A., Ali, A.E., Boseila, A.A., Amin, M.A., 2016.

Incentives increase participation in mass dog rabies vaccination clinics and methods of coverage estimation are assessed to be accurate, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 9 ( 12 ), art. no. e0004221, Minyoo, A.B., Steinmetz, M., Czupryna, A., Bigambo, M., Mzimbiri, I., Powell, G., Gwakisa, P., Lankester, F., 2015.

Interspecies semiotics and the specter of taboo: The perception and interpretation of dogs and rabies in Bali, Indonesia, American Anthropologist, Article in Press, Orr, Y., 2016.

Living at the edge of an interface area in Zimbabwe: Cattle owners, commodity chain and health workers' awareness, perceptions and practices on zoonoses, BMC Public Health, Article in Press, Gadaga, B.M., Etter, E.M.C., Mukamuri, B., Makwangudze, K.J., Pfukenyi, D.M., Matope, G., 2016.

Operational performance and analysis of two rabies vaccination campaigns in N'Djamena, Chad, Vaccine, 34 ( 4 ), pp. 571 – 577, Léchenne, M., Oussiguere, A., Naissengar, K., Mindekem, R., Mosimann, L., Rives, G., Hattendorf, J., Moto, D.D., Alfaroukh, I.O., Zinsstag, J., Tessier, J., Madjadinan, S., Abdelrazakh, F., Kebkiba, B., Saboun, M., Ouagal, M., Ngabana, F., Vounatsou, P., 2016.

Pathology and molecular detection of rabies virus in ferret badgers associated with a rabies outbreak in Taiwan, Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 52 ( 1 ), pp. 57 – 69, Chiou, H.-Y., Jeng, C.-R., Wang, H.-Y., Inoue, S., Chan, F.-T., Liao, J.-W., Chiou, M.-T., Pang, V.F., 2016.

Pattern of animal bites and post exposure prophylaxis in rabies: A five year study in a tertiary care unit in Sri Lanka, BMC Infectious Diseases, 16 ( 1 ), art. no. 62, Kularatne, S.A.M., Ralapanawa, D.M.P.U.K., Weerakoon, K., Bokalamulla, U.K., Abagaspitiya, N., 2016.

Perceptions of zoonotic and animal diseases in the Van Gujjar community of North India, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 123 pp. 143 – 153, Wright, A., Thrusfield, M., 2016.

Prioritization of zoonotic diseases of public health significance in Vietnam, Journal of Infection in Developing Countries, 9 ( 12 ), pp. 1315 – 1322, Trang, D.T., Siembieda, J., Huong, N.T., Hung, P., Ky, D., Bandyopahyay, S., Olowokure, B., 2015.

Rabies, Clinical Infectious Disease, Second Edition, pp. 1220 – 1225, von Geldern, G., Mahadevan, A., Shankar, S.K., Nath, A., 2015.

Rabies cases in the west of China have two distinct origins, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 9 ( 10 ), art. no. e0004140, Tao, X.-Y., Guo, Z.-Y., Li, H., Jiao, W.-T., Shen, X.-X., Zhu, W.-Y., Rayner, S., Tang, Q., 2016.

Rabies in a dog imported from Egypt with a falsified rabies vaccination certificate — Virginia, 2015, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 64 ( 49 ), pp. 1359 – 1362, Sinclair, J.R., Wallace, R.M., Gruszynski, K., Freeman, M.B., Campbell, C., Semple, S., Innes, K., Slavinski, S., Palumbo, G., Bair-Brake, H., Orciari, L., Condori, R.E., Langer, A., Carroll, D.S., Murphy, J., 2015.

Rabies: Knowledge and practices regarding rabies in rural communities of the Brazilian Amazon Basin, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 ( 2 ), art. no. e0004474, Costa, L.J.C.D., Fernandes, M.E.B., 2016.

State and local perspective on implementation of the centers for disease control and prevention dog confinement agreement, Zoonoses and Public Health, 62 ( 8 ), pp. 590 – 592, Zaganjor, I., Sinclair, J.R., Coleman, M.S., 2015.

Suspected rabies in humans and animals, Laikipia county, Kenya, Emerging Infectious Diseases, 22 ( 3 ), pp. 551 – 553, Obonyo, M.O., Akoko, J.M., Orinde, A.B., Osoro, E., Boru, W.G., Njeru, I., Fèvre, E.M., 2016.

Teaming up to tackle rabies, The Veterinary record, 176 ( 24 ), p. 611, 2015.

The importance of wild canids in the epidemiology of rabies in Northeast Brazil: A retrospective study, Zoonoses and Public Health, Article in Press, Cordeiro, R.A., Duarte, N.F.H., Rolim, B.N., Soares Júnior, F.A., Franco, I.C.F., Ferrer, L.L., Almeida, C.P., Duarte, B.H., de Araújo, D.B., Rocha, M.F.G., Brilhante, R.S.N., Favoretto, S.R., Sidrim, J.J.C., 2016.

Time to eliminate rabies, Lancet (London, England), 386 ( 10012 ), p. 2446, 2015.

Towards canine rabies elimination in South-Eastern Tanzania: assessment of health economic data, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases,  Article in Press, Hatch, B., Anderson, A., Sambo, M., Maziku, M., Mchau, G., Mbunda, E., Mtema, Z., Rupprecht, C.E., Shwiff, S.A., Nel, L., 2016.

Use of multicriteria risk ranking of zoonotic diseases in a developing country: Case study of Mongolia, Zoonoses and Public Health, 63 ( 2 ), pp. 138 – 151, Mcfadden, A.M.J., Muellner, P., Baljinnyam, Z., Vink, D., Wilson, N., 2016.

Vaccinate-assess-move method of mass canine rabies vaccination utilising mobile technology data collection in Ranchi, India, BMC Infectious Diseases, 15 ( 1 ), art. no. 589, Gibson, A.D., Ohal, P., Shervell, K., Handel, I.G., Bronsvoort, B.M., Mellanby, R.J., Gamble, L., 2015.

Veterinary contributions to the elimination of rabies, The Veterinary Record, 177 ( 13 ), p. 326, 2015.

Which mechanisms drive seasonal rabies outbreaks in raccoons? A test using dynamic social network models, Journal of Applied Ecology, Article in Press, Hirsch, B.T., Reynolds, J.J., Gehrt, S.D., Craft, M.E., 2016.

Worldwide rabies deaths prevention-A focus on the current inadequacies in postexposure prophylaxis of animal bite victims, Vaccine, 34 ( 2 ), pp. 187 – 189, Wilde, H., Lumlertdacha, B., Meslin, F.X., Ghai, S., Hemachudha, T., 2016.

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Rift Valley Fever

A model for the coupling of the Greater Bairam and local environmental factors in promoting Rift-Valley fever epizootics in Egypt, Public Health, 130, pp. 64 – 71, Gil, H., Qualls, W.A., Cosner, C., DeAngelis, D.L., Hassan, A., Gad, A.M., Ruan, S., Cantrell, S.R., Beier, J.C., 2016.

Economic assessment of zoonotic diseases: An illustrative study of Rift Valley fever in the United States, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. 203 – 214, Pendell, D.L., Lusk, J.L., Marsh, T.L., Coble, K.H., Szmania, S.C., 2016.

Modelling hotspots of the two dominant Rift Valley fever vectors (Aedes vexans and Culex poicilipes) in Barkédji, Sénégal, Parasites and Vectors, 9 ( 1 ), art. no. 111, Talla, C., Diallo, D., Dia, I., Ba, Y., Ndione, J.-A., Morse, A.P., Diop, A., Diallo, M., 2016.

Phylogeographic reconstructions of a Rift Valley fever virus strain reveals transboundary animal movements from Eastern continental Africa to the Union of the Comoros, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. e281 – e285, Maquart, M., Pascalis, H., Abdouroihamane, S., Roger, M., Abdourahime, F., Cardinale, E., Cêtre-Sossah, C., 2016.

Rift Valley fever, Intraocular Inflammation, pp. 1209 – 1213, Yahia, S.B., Khochtali, S., Abroug, N., Khairallah, M., 2016.

Surveillance of Rift Valley fever virus in mosquito vectors of the Republic of Korea, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 16 ( 2 ), pp. 131 – 135, Kim, H.-J., Lyoo, H.-R., Park, J.-Y., Choi, J.-S., Lee, J.-Y., Jeoung, H.-Y., Cho, Y.-S., Cho, I.-S., Yoo, H.S., 2016.

The microbe, the insect, man and others...: The world of vector-borne diseases, Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 168 ( 1 ), pp. 5 – 11, Rodhain, F., 2015.

Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis of a Rift Valley fever model, Applied Mathematics and Computation, 279, pp. 170 – 186, Pedro, S.A., Tonnang, H.E.Z., Abelman, S., 2016.

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A case-control study to estimate the effects of acute clinical infection with the Schmallenberg virus on milk yield, fertility and veterinary costs in Swiss dairy herds, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 126, pp. 54 – 65, Wüthrich, M., Lechner, I., Aebi, M., Vögtlin, A., Posthaus, H., Schüpbach-Regula, G., Meylan, M., 2016.

Application of syndromic surveillance on routinely collected cattle reproduction and milk production data for the early detection of outbreaks of Bluetongue and Schmallenberg viruses, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 124, pp. 15 – 24, Veldhuis, A., Brouwer-Middelesch, H., Marceau, A., Madouasse, A., Van der Stede, Y., Fourichon, C., Welby, S., Wever, P., van Schaik, G., 2016.

Circulation of Schmallenberg virus in Turkey, 2013, Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, 40 ( 2 ), pp. 175 – 180, Tonbak, S., Azkur, A.K., Pestil, Z., Biyikli, E., Abayli, H., Baydar, E., van der Poel, W.H.M., Bulut, H., 2016.

Circulation of a Simbu serogroup virus, causing Schmallenberg virus-like clinical signs in northern Jordan, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Abutarbush, S.M., La Rocca, A., Wernike, K., Beer, M., Al Zuraikat, K., Al Sheyab, O.M., Talafha, A.Q., Steinbach, F., 2015.

Evaluation of in vitro methods for assessment of infection of australian Culicoides spp. with bluetongue viruses, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 4 ), pp. 335 – 343, Saag, M.V., Nicholas, A., Ward, M., Kirkland, P., 2015.

Lay perceptions of risk factors for Rift Valley fever in a pastoral community in northeastern Kenya, BMC Public Health, 16 ( 1 ), art. no. 2707, Ng'ang'a, C.M., Bukachi, S.A., Bett, B.K., 2016.

Likely introduction date of Schmallenberg virus in two French departments using serological studies in cattle, Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 168 ( 2 ), pp. 156 – 159, Raballand, C., Bréard, E., Sailleau, C., Zientara, S., Zanella, G., 2015.

Natural immunity of sheep and lambs against the Schmallenberg virus infection, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 2 ), pp. e220 – e228, Rodríguez-Prieto, V., Kukielka, D., Mouriño, M., Paradell, H., Plaja, L., Urniza, A., Sánchez-Vizcaíno, J.M., 2016.

Progress and knowledge gaps in Culicoides ecology and control, Veterinaria Italiana, 51 ( 4 ), pp. 313 – 323, Mullens, B.A., McDermott, E.G., Gerry, A.C., 2015.

Reconstruction of the Schmallenberg virus epidemic in Belgium: Complementary use of disease surveillance approaches, Veterinary Microbiology, 183, pp. 50 – 61, Poskin, A., Théron, L., Hanon, J.-B., Saegerman, C., Vervaeke, M., Van der Stede, Y., Cay, B., De Regge, N., 2016.

Recurrence of the Schmallenberg virus, Tierarztliche Umschau, 71 ( 1-2 ), p. 2, Brinkmann, I., 2016.

Schmallenberg-virus - Back in Baden-Württemberg, Tierarztliche Umschau, 71 ( 1-2 ), pp. 3 – 6, Blaha, I., Burkhardt, K., Miller, T., Seeger, H.-J., 2016.

Schmallenberg virus in Germany 2011–2014: searching for the vectors, Parasitology Research, 115 ( 2 ), pp. 527 – 534, Kameke, D., Werner, D., Hoffmann, B., Lutz, W., Kampen, H., 2016.

Serological evidence for Schmallenberg virus infection in sheep of Portugal 2014, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 16 ( 1 ), pp. 63 – 65, Esteves, F., Mesquita, J.R., Vala, H., Abreu-Silva, J., Van Der Poel, W.H.M., Nascimento, M.S.J., 2016.

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West Nile Fever

Arbovirus: Public health experience from Zambia, Arbovirus: Public Health Experience from Zambia, pp. 1 – 158, Siziya, S., Mazaba, M.L., Merrick, J., 2015.

Exposure of resident sparrows to West Nile virus evidenced in South Tunisia, Epidemiology and Infection, 143 ( 16 ), pp. 3546 – 3549, Hammouda, A., Lecollinet, S., Hamza, F., Nasri, I., Neb, A., Selmi, S., 2015.

Microbiological Zoonotic Emerging Risks, Transmitted Between Livestock Animals and Humans (2007-2015), Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Filippitzi, M.E., Goumperis, T., Robinson, T., Saegerman, C., 2016.

Seroprevalence of West Nile and Usutu viruses in military working horses and dogs, Morocco, 2012: dog as an alternative WNV sentinel species?, Epidemiology and Infection, pp. 1 – 8, Article in Press, Durand, B., Haskouri, H., Lowenski, S., Vachiery, N., Beck, C., Lecollinet, S., 2016.

The challenge of West Nile virus in Europe: knowledge gaps and research priorities, Euro Surveillance: Bulletin Européen sur Les Maladies Transmissibles, 20 ( 20 ), Rizzoli, A., Jimenez-Clavero, M.A., Barzon, L., Cordioli, P., Figuerola, J., Koraka, P., Martina, B., Moreno, A., Nowotny, N., Pardigon, N., Sanders, N., Ulbert, S., Tenorio, A., 2015.

The first reported case of West Nile encephalitis in Korea, Journal of Korean Medical Science, 30 ( 3 ), pp. 343 – 345, Hwang, J., Ryu, H.-S., Kim, H., Lee, S.-A., 2015.

West Nile virus circulation in South-Eastern Romania, 2011 to 2013, Euro Surveillance: Bulletin Européen sur Les Maladies Transmissibles (European Communicable Disease Bulletin), 20 ( 20 ), Dinu, S., Cotar, A.I., Pănculescu-Gătej, I.R., Fălcuţă, E., Prioteasa, F.L., Sîrbu, A., Oprişan, G., Bădescu, D., Reiter, P., Ceianu, C.S., 2015.


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