Scientific Articles of Note Q2 2016



African Horse Sickness

African horse sickness virus serotype 4 antigens, VP1-1, VP2-2, VP4, VP7 and NS3, induce cytotoxic T cell responses in vitro, Virus Research, 220, pp. 12-20, Faber, F.E., van Kleef, M., Tshilwane, S.I., Pretorius, A., 2016.

Detection of African horse sickness virus in Culicoides imicola pools using RT-qPCR, Journal of Vector Ecology, 41 ( 1 ), pp. 179-185, de Waal, T., Liebenberg, D., Venter, G.J., Mienie, C.M., van Hamburg, H., 2016.

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African Swine Fever

Eradicating African swine fever, International Pest Control, 57 ( 1 ), pp. 52-54, 2015.

Identification of a New Genotype of African Swine Fever Virus in Domestic Pigs from Ethiopia, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Article in Press, Achenbach, J.E., Gallardo, C., Nieto-Pelegrín, E., Rivera-Arroyo, B., Degefa-Negi, T., Arias, M., Jenberie, S., Mulisa, D.D., Gizaw, D., Gelaye, E., Chibssa, T.R., Belaye, A., Loitsch, A., Forsa, M., Yami, M., Diallo, A., Soler, A., Lamien, C.E., Sánchez-Vizcaíno, J.M., 2016.

Immunological conception of African swine fever, Zoology and Ecology, Article in Press, Makarov, V., Nedosekov, V., Sereda, A., Matvienko, N., 2016.

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Antigenic evidence of bluetongue virus from small ruminant population of two different geographical regions of Odisha, India, Veterinary World, 9 ( 3 ), pp. 304-307, Pany, S.S., Biswas, S.K., Chand, K., Mohanty, N.N., Sarangi, L.N., Mondal, B., Panda, H.K., 2016.

Blue tongue - A modelling examination of fundamentals - Seasonality and chaos, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 403, pp. 17-29, Thornley, J.H.M., France, J., 2016.

Bluetongue in France: a role for wildlife in the latest outbreaks?, The Veterinary Record, 177 ( 18 ), p. 455, 2015.

Bluetongue virus NS4 protein is an interferon antagonist and a determinant of virus virulence, Journal of Virology, 90 ( 11 ), pp. 5427-5439, Ratinier, M., Shaw, A.E., Barry, G., Gu, Q., Di Gialleonardo, L., Janowicz, A., Varela, M., Randall, R.E., Caporale, M., Palmarini, M., 2016.

Chief veterinary officer's update: Bluetongue: Vets and farmers urged to remain vigilant, Veterinary Record, 178 ( 17 ), p. 410, Gibbens, N., 2016.

Climate change influences on the global potential distribution of bluetongue virus, PLoS ONE,
11 ( 3 ), art. no. e0150489, Samy, A.M., Peterson, A.T., 2016.

Comparison of the humoral response between sheep vaccinated with a killed-virus vaccine and those vaccinated with a modified-live virus vaccine against bluetongue virus serotype 17, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 248 ( 9 ), pp. 1043-1049, Speiser, K.L., Schumaker, B.A., Cook, W.E., Cornish, T.E., Cammack, K.M., Miller, M.M., 2016.

Detection and isolation of Bluetongue virus from commercial vaccine batches, Vaccine, Article in Press, Bumbarov, V., Golender, N., Erster, O., Khinich, Y., 2015.

European bluetongue serotype 8: Disease threat assessment for U.S. sheep, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 16 ( 6 ), pp. 400-407, Drolet, B.S., Reister-Hendricks, L.M., Podell, B.K., Breitenbach, J.E., Mcvey, D.S., Van Rijn, P.A., Bowen, R.A., 2016.

First detection of bluetongue virus serotype 14 in Poland, Archives of Virology, Article in Press, Orłowska, A., Trębas, P., Smreczak, M., Marzec, A., Żmudziński, J.F., 2016.

France to roll out bluetongue vaccination following outbreak, The Veterinary Record, 177 ( 11 ), p. 271, 2015.

New regions of France affected by bluetongue, The Veterinary Record, 177 ( 23 ), p. 585, 2015.

Understanding spatio-temporal variability in the reproduction ratio of the bluetongue (BTV-1) epidemic in Southern Spain (Andalusia) in 2007 using epidemic trees, PLoS ONE, 11 ( 3 ), art. no. e0151151, Napp, S., Allepuz, A., Purse, B.V., Casal, J., García-Bocanegra, I., Burgin, L.E., Searle, K.R., 2016.

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Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD)

Altered adjuvant of foot-and-mouth disease vaccine improves immune response and protection from virus challenge, Trials in Vaccinology, 5, pp. 97–104, Park, M.-E., Lee, S.-Y., Kim, R.-H., Ko, M.-K., Park, J.-N., Lee, K.-N., Kim, S.-M., Choi, J.-H., You, S.-H., Kim, B., Lee, J.-S., Park, J.-H., 2016.

Attenuation of the adverse effects caused by the foot-and-mouth disease vaccination in pigs, The Veterinary Record, 177 ( 19 ), p. 494 , Kim, H.B., Kim, S.C., Lee, S.I., Kim, I.H., 2015.

Description of Events Where African Buffaloes (Syncerus caffer) Strayed from the Endemic Foot-and-Mouth Disease Zone in South Africa, 1998-2008, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 63 ( 3 ), pp. 333-347, van Schalkwyk, O.L., Knobel, D.L., de Clercq, E.M., de Pus, C., Hendrickx, G., Van den Bossche, P., 2016.

Effect of foot-and-mouth disease virus infection on the frequency, phenotype and function of circulating dendritic cells in cattle, PLoS ONE, 11 ( 3 ), art. no. e0152192, Sei, J.J., Waters, R.A., Kenney, M., Barlow, J.W., Golde, W.T., 2016.

Efficacy of expired foot-and-mouth disease O type vaccines in cattle and buffalo in Lao People's Democratic Republic, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly, 50 ( 2 ), pp. 163-168, Sakamoto, K., Morioka, K., Fukai, K., Yamamoto, T., Tsutsui, T., Muroga, N., Ojima, N., Mago, J., Katagiri, Y., Aviso, S.R., Phouaravanh, M., Soukvilay, V., Keokhamphet, C., Buranathai, C., Khounsy, S., Yamada, M, 2016.

Emergence of antigenic variants within serotype A FMDV in the Middle East with antigenically critical amino acid substitutions, Vaccine, 34 ( 27 ), pp. 3199-3206, Mahapatra, M., Statham, B., Li, Y., Hammond, J., Paton, D., Parida, S., 2016.

Enhanced immune response to foot-and-mouth disease vaccine by oral administration of ginseng stem-leaf saponins, Immunopharmacology and Immunotoxicology, pp. 1-7 . Article in Press, Li, R., Ma, Y., Zhai, L., Lu, Y., Chi, X., Wu, J., Hu, S., 2016.

Field application of a combined pig and poultry market chain and risk pathway analysis within the Pacific Islands region as a tool for targeted disease surveillance and biosecurity, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 129, pp. 13-22, Brioudes, A., Gummow, B., 2016.

Foot-and-Mouth Disease Impact on Smallholders - What Do We Know, What Don't We Know and How Can We Find Out More?, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, Knight-Jones, T.J.D., Mclaws, M., Rushton, J., 2016.

Heterogeneity in a communal cattle-farming system in a zone endemic for foot and mouth disease in South Africa, Geospatial Health, 11 ( 2 ), art. no. 338 , pp. 83-94, van Schalkwyk, O.L., De Clercq, E.M., De Pus, C., Hendrickx, G., van den Bossche, P., Knobel, D.L., 2016.

New technologies to diagnose and monitor infectious diseases of livestock: challenges for sub-Saharan Africa, The Veterinary Record, 177 ( 19 ), p. 494, King, D.P., Madi, M., Mioulet, V., Wadsworth, J., Wright, C.F., Valdazo-González, B., Ferris, N.P., Knowles, N.J., Hammond, J., 2016.

Prevalence and risk factors for foot and mouth disease infection in cattle in Israel, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 130, pp. 51-59 , Elnekave, E., van Maanen, K., Shilo, H., Gelman, B., Storm, N., Abed El Khaliq, M., Sharir, B., Berke, O., Klement, E., 2016.

Quantitative detection of the foot-and- mouth disease virus serotype O 146S antigen for vaccine production using a double-antibody sandwich ELISA and nonlinear standard curves, PLoS ONE, 11 ( 3 ), art. no. e0149569, Feng, X., Ma, J.-W., Sun, S.-Q., Guo, H.-C., Yang, Y.-M., Jin, Y., Zhou, G.-Q., He, J.-J., Guo, J.-H., Qi, S.-Y., Lin, M., Cai, H., Liu, X.-T., 2016.

Quantitative effects of a declaration of a state of emergency on foot-and-mouth disease, Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine, pp. 237-247, Yamauchi, T., Takeuchi, S., Horii, Y., Yamano, Y., Kuroda, Y., Nakadate, T., 2016.

Serum neutralization titers and protective efficacy induced by foot and mouth disease virus inactivated vaccine with different 146s particles concentrations in cattle, Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 36 ( 2 ), pp. 204-208, Bazid, A.-H.I., El-Ashmawy, W.R., El-Sayed, M., 2016.

Simulating the transmission of foot-and-mouth disease among mobile herds in the far North Region, Cameroon, JASSS, 19 ( 2 ), art. no. 617, Kim, H., Xiao, N., Moritz, M., Garabed, R., Pomeroy, L.W., 2016.

The African buffalo: a villain for inter-species spread of infectious diseases in southern Africa, The Onderstepoort journal of veterinary research, 79 ( 2 ), p. 453, Michel, A.L., Bengis, R.G., 2016.

Transmission of foot-and-mouth disease SAT2 viruses at the wildlife-livestock interface of two major transfrontier conservation areas in Southern Africa, Frontiers in Microbiology, 7 ( APR ), art. no. 528, Brito, B.P., Jori, F., Dwarka, R., Maree, F.F., Heath, L., Perez, A.M., 2016.

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Special report no 06/2016: Eradication, control and monitoring programmes to contain animal diseases,

Zika virus: The latest newcomer, Frontiers in Microbiology, 7 ( APR ),  art. no. 496, Saiz, J.-C., Vázquez-Calvo, Á., Blázquez, A.B., Merino-Ramos, T., Escribano-Romero, E., Martín-Acebes, M.A., 2016.

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Active screening and surveillance in the United Kingdom for Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus in returning travellers and pilgrims from the Middle East: A prospective descriptive study for the period 2013-2015, International Journal of Infectious Diseases, Article in Press, Atabani, S.F., Wilson, S., Overton-Lewis, C., Workman, J., Kidd, I.M., Petersen, E., Zumla, A., Smit, E., Osman, H., 2016.

Advances in novel influenza vaccines: a patent review, Journal of Microbiology, 54 ( 6 ), pp. 403-412, Song, J.-M., 2016.

Analytical solutions for an avian influenza epidemic model incorporating spatial spread as a diffusive process, East Asian Journal on Applied Mathematics, 5 ( 2 ), pp. 150-159, Thiuthad, P., Manoranjan, V.S., Lenbury, Y., 2015.

Avian influenza and SARS: Epidemiology, global patterns and clinical management, Avian Influenza and SARS: Epidemiology, Global Patterns and Clinical Management, pp. 1-120, Benson, H., 2015.

Avian influenza viruses found in Northwestern states, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 246 ( 6 ), p. 583, Cima, G., 2015.

Avian recombinant virus H5N1 influenza (A/VIETNAM/1203/04) and its escape-mutant m13(13) induce early signaling reactions of the immunity in human lymphocytes, Voprosy virusologii, 61 ( 1 ), pp. 21-26, Sokolova, T.M., Poloskov, V.V., Shuvalov, A.N., Rudneva, I.A., Ershov, F.I., 2016.

Clinical, epidemiological and virological characteristics of the first detected human case of avian influenza A(H5N6) virus, Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 40, pp. 236-242, Zhang, R., Chen, T., Ou, X., Liu, R., Yang, Y., Ye, W., Chen, J., Yao, D., Sun, B., Zhang, X., Zhou, J., Sun, Y., Chen, F., Wang, S.-P., 2016.

Comparison of pathogenicities of H7 avian influenza viruses via intranasal and conjunctival inoculation in cynomolgus macaques, Virology, 493, pp. 31-38, Shichinohe, S., Itoh, Y., Nakayama, M., Ozaki, H., Soda, K., Ishigaki, H., Okamatsu, M., Sakoda, Y., Kida, H., Ogasawara, K., 2016.

Cross-protection of newly emerging HPAI H5 viruses by neutralizing human monoclonal antibodies: A viable alternative to oseltamivir, mAbs, Article in Press, Ren, H., Wang, G., Wang, S., Chen, H., Chen, Z., Hu, H., Cheng, G., Zhou, P., 2016.

Detection of Avian Influenza Virus in Environmental Samples Collected from Live Poultry Markets in China during 2009-2013, Bing du xue bao = Chinese journal of virology / [bian ji, Bing du xue bao bian ji wei yuan hui], 31 ( 6 ), pp. 615-619, Zhang, Y., Li, X., Zou, S., Bo, H., Dong, L., Gao, R., Wang, D., Shu, Y., 2016.

Differences in the epidemiology and virology of mild, severe and fatal human infections with avian influenza A (H7N9) virus, Archives of Virology, 161 ( 5 ), pp. 1239-1259, Sha, J., Chen, X., Ren, Y., Chen, H., Wu, Z., Ying, D., Zhang, Z., Liu, S., 2016.

Efficacy of avian influenza virus locally manufactured and imported vaccines, Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 26 ( 3 ), pp. 653-657, Shaukat, T.M., Muneer, M.A., Ahmad, M.U.D., Maqbool, A., Shaukat, T.M., 2016.

Emerging threat of H9N2 viruses in poultry of Pakistan and vaccination strategy, World's Poultry Science Journal, pp. 1-10, Umar, S., Sarfraz, S., Mushtaq, A., Attique, M., 2016.

Experimental infection of SPF and Korean native chickens with highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (H5N8), Poultry Science, 95 ( 5 ), pp. 1015-1019, Lee, E.-K., Song, B.-M., Kang, H.-M., Woo, S.-H., Heo, G.-B., Jung, S.C., Park, Y.H., Lee, Y.-J., Kim, J.-H., 2016.

Fatal influenza A (H5N1) virus Infection in zoo-housed Tigers in Yunnan Province, China, Scientific Reports, 6, art. no. 25845, Hu, T., Zhao, H., Zhang, Y., Zhang, W., Kong, Q., Zhang, Z., Cui, Q., Qiu, W., Deng, B., Fan, Q., Zhang, F., 2016.

Features of human-infecting avian influenza viruses and mammalian adaptations, Journal of Infection, Zhao, F., Tian, J., Lin, T., Shao, J., Zhang, Y., Chen, Y., Chang, H., 2016.

First detection of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus H5N1 in common kestrel falcon (Falco tinnunculus) in Egypt, Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research, 64, pp. S9-S14, ElBakrey, R.M., Mansour, S.M.G., Ali, H., Knudsen, D.E.B., Eid, A.A.M., 2016.

First positive detection of H9 subtype of avian influenza virus nucleic acid in aerosol samples from live poultry markets in Guangxi, South of China, Chinese Medical Journal, 129 ( 11 ), pp. 1371-1373, Kang, N., Chen, M., Bi, F.-Y., Chen, M.-M., Tan, Y., 2016.

Genomic characterization of influenza A (H7N9) viruses isolated in Shenzhen, Southern China, during the second epidemic wave, Archives of Virology, pp. 1-16, Fang, S., Wang, X., Dong, F., Jin, T., Liu, G., Lu, X., Peng, B., Wu, W., Liu, H., Kong, D., Tang, X., Qin, Y., Mei, S., Xie, X., He, J., Ma, H., Zhang, R., Cheng, J., 2016.

Highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses H5N2, H5N3, and H5N8 in Taiwan in 2015, Veterinary Microbiology, 187, pp. 50-57, Lee, M.-S., Chen, L.-H., Chen, Y.-P., Liu, Y.-P., Li, W.-C., Lin, Y.-L., Lee, F., 2016.

Human infections by avian influenza virus H5N6: Increasing risk by dynamic reassortment?, Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 42, pp. 46-48, Xing, G., Gu, J., Yan, L., Lei, J., Lai, A., Su, S., Zhou, J., 2016.

Human infection with a highly pathogenic avian influenza a (H5N6) virus in yunnan province, China, Infectious Diseases, 48 ( 6 ), pp. 477-482, Xu, W., Li, H., Jiang, L., 2016.

Influenza Viral Hemagglutinin Peptide Inhibits Influenza Viral Entry by Shielding the Host Receptor, ACS Infectious Diseases, 2 ( 3 ), pp. 187-193, Chen, Q., Guo, Y., 2016.

Knowledge about pandemic influenza preparedness among vulnerable migrants in Thailand, Health Promotion International, 31 ( 1 ), pp. 124-132, Hickey, J.E., Gagnon, A.J., Jitthai, N., 2016.

Pandemic Influenza, Disasters and Public Health: Planning and Response: Second Edition,
pp. 385-410, 2016.

Proposed Surveillance for Influenza A in Feral Pigs, EcoHealth, pp. 1-5, Dalziel, A.E., Peck, H.A., Hurt, A.C., Cooke, J., Cassey, P., 2016.

Progress in developing virus-like particle influenza vaccines, Expert Review of Vaccines, pp. 1-13, Quan, F.-S., Lee, Y.-T., Kim, K.-H., Kim, M.-C., Kang, S.-M., 2016.

Recent developments in the diagnosis of avian influenza, Veterinary Journal, Article in Press, Okamatsu, M., Hiono, T., Kida, H., Sakoda, Y., 2016.

Role of the poultry red mite (Dermanyssus gallinae) in the transmission of avian influenza A virus, Tierarztliche Praxis Ausgabe G: Grosstiere - Nutztiere, 44 ( 1 ), pp. 26-33, Sommer, D., Heffels-Redmann, U., Köhler, K., Lierz, M., Kaleta, E.F., 2016.

Serological evidence of H9N2 avian influenza virus exposure among poultry workers from Fars province of Iran, Virology Journal, 13 ( 1 ), art. no. 16, Heidari, A., Mancin, M., Nili, H., Pourghanbari, G.H., Lankarani, K.B., Leardini, S., Cattoli, G., Monne, I., Piccirillo, A., 2016.

Strategies for preventing and controlling avian influenza outbreaks in poultry, Avian Influenza and SARS: Epidemiology, Global Patterns and Clinical Management, pp. 1-23, Giambrone, J.J., Dormitorio, T.V., 2015.

Synbiotics and Immunization Against H9N2 Avian Influenza Virus, Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Synbiotics: Bioactive Foods in Health Promotion, pp. 459-467, Poorbaghi, S.L., Sepehrimanesh, M., 2015.

The avian-origin H3N2 canine influenza virus that recently emerged in the United States has limited replication in swine, Influenza and other Respiratory Viruses, Article in Press, Abente, E.J., Anderson, T.K., Rajao, D.S., Swenson, S., Gauger, P.C., Vincent, A.L., 2016.

The dynamics of avian influenza: Individual-based model with intervention strategies in traditional trade networks in Phitsanulok province, Thailand, Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine, 2016, art. no. 6832573, Wilasang, C., Wiratsudakul, A., Chadsuthi, S., 2016.

The prevalence of brucellosis in cattle and their handlers in North Tongu District of Volta Region, Ghana, African Journal of Infectious Diseases, 10 ( 2 ), pp. 111-117, Tasiame, W., Emikpe, B.O., Folitse, R.D., Fofie, C.O., Burimuah, V., Johnson, S., Awuni, J.A., Afari, E., Yebuah, N., Wurapa, F., 2016.

Widespread of H5N1 infections in apparently healthy backyard poultry, Tropical Animal Health and Production,  pp. 1-6, Abozaid, K.G.A., Aly, M.M., Abdel-Moneim, A.S., El-Kady, M.F., 2016.

Vaccination against H5 avian influenza virus induces long-term humoral immune responses in flamingoes (Phoenicopterus spp.), Vaccine, 34 ( 27 ), pp. 3082-3086, Fernández-Bellon, H., Vergara-Alert, J., Almagro, V., Rivas, R., Sánchez, A., Martínez, M.C., Majó, N., Busquets, N., Ramis, A., 2016.

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Lumpy Skin Disease

Allergic wheals, abortion and lumpy skin disease, Veterinary Record, 178 ( 20 ), pp. 508-509, Morgan, K.L., 2016.

Detection and isolation of Bluetongue virus from commercial vaccine batches, Vaccine, Article in Press, Bumbarov, V., Golender, N., Erster, O., Khinich, Y., 2015.

Lumpy skin disease: A direct threat to Europe, Veterinary Record, 178 ( 22 ), pp. 557-558, Beard, P.M., 2016.

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Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR)

Assessment of the antibody response to Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) disease vaccination in a flock of Sirohi goat kids, Small Ruminant Research, 138, pp. 20-24, Gowane, G.R., Akram, N., Misra, S.S., Prakash, V., Kumar, A, 2016.

Economic losses associated with Peste des petits ruminants in Turkana County Kenya, Pastoralism,
5 ( 1 ), art. no. 9, Kihu, S.M., Gitao, G.C., Bebora, L.C., John, N.M., Wairire, G.G., Maingi, N., Wahome, R.G., 2016.

Evaluation of Risk Factors for Peste des Petits Ruminants Virus in Sheep and Goats at the Wildlife-Livestock Interface in Punjab Province, Pakistan, BioMed Research International, 2016, art. no. 7826245, Rahman, A.-U., Abubakar, M., Rasool, M.H., Manzoor, S., Saqalein, M., Rizwan, M., Munir, M., Ali, Q., Wensman, J.J., 2016.

Molecular evolution and characterization of hemagglutinin (H) in peste des petits ruminants virus, PLoS ONE, 11 ( 4 ), art. no. e0152587, Liang, Z., Yuan, R., Chen, L., Zhu, X., Dou, Y., 2016.

Seroprevalence and molelecular detection of peste des petits ruminants virus (PPRV) in different breeds of sheep and goat of Punjab (Pakistan) and its status in gravid animals, Pakistan Journal of Life and Social Sciences, 14 ( 1 ), pp. 12-17, Jalees, M.M., Hussain, I., Arshad, M., Mohammad, G., Khan, Q.M., 2016.

Seroprevalence of infectious diseases in saiga antelope (Saiga tatarica tatarica) in Kazakhstan 2012-2014, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 127, pp. 100-104, Orynbayev, M.B., Beauvais, W., Sansyzbay, A.R., Rystaeva, R.A., Sultankulova, K.T., Kerimbaev, A.A., Kospanova, M.N., Kock, R.A., 2016.

Serosurvey of peste des petits ruminants virus in small ruminants from different agro-ecological zones of Nigeria, Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 83 ( 1 ), 9 p., Woma, T.Y., Ekong, P.S., Bwala, D.G., Ibu, J.O., Ta’Ama, L., Dyek, D.Y., Saleh, L., Shamaki, D., Kalla, D.J.U., Bailey, D., Kazeem, H.M., Quan, M., 2016.

The first report of peste des petits ruminants (PPR) in camels (Camelus dromedarius) in Iran, Tropical Animal Health and Production, pp. 1-5, Zakian, A., Nouri, M., Kahroba, H., Mohammadian, B., Mokhber-Dezfouli, M.-R., 2016.

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A benefit-cost analysis decision framework for mitigation of disease transmission at the wildlife-livestock interface, Human-Wildlife Interactions, 10 ( 1 ), pp. 91-102, Shwiff, S.A., Sweeney, S.J., Elser, J.L., Miller, R.S., Farnsworth, M.L., Nol, P., Shwiff, S.S., Anderson, A.M., 2016.

A one health message about bats increases intentions to follow public health guidance on bat rabies, PLoS ONE, 11 ( 5 ), art. no. e0156205, Lu, H., McComas, K.A., Buttke, D.E., Roh, S., Wild, A., 2016.

A prospective study on the incidence of dog bites and management in a rural Cambodian, rabies-endemic setting, Acta Tropica, 160, pp. 62-67, Ponsich, A., Goutard, F., Sorn, S., Tarantola, A., 2016.

Animal bites and rabies prophylaxis in rural children: Indian perspective, Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, 62 ( 1 ), pp. 55-62, Samanta, M., Mondal, R., Shah, A., Hazra, A., Ray, S., Dhar, G., Biswas, R., Sabui, T.K., Raychaudhuri, D., Chatterjee, K., Kundu, C., Sarkar, S., 2016.

A rabies vaccine adjuvanted with saponins from leaves of the soap tree (Quillaja brasiliensis) induces specific immune responses and protects against lethal challenge, Vaccine, Article in Press, Yendo, A.C.A., de Costa, F., Cibulski, S.P., Teixeira, T.F., Colling, L.C., Mastrogiovanni, M., Soulé, S., Roehe, P.M., Gosmann, G., Ferreira, F.A., Fett-Neto, A.G., 2015.

Assessment of health facilities for control of canine rabies — Gondar city, Amhara region Ethiopia, 2015, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 65 ( 17 ), pp. 456-457, Pieracci, E.G., Schroeder, B., Mengistu, A., Melaku, A., Shiferaw, M., Blanton, J.D., Wallace, R., 2016.

Case report: A case of fatal serotonin syndrome-like human rabies caused by tricolored bat-associated rabies virus, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 94 ( 6 ), pp. 1376-1379, Regunath, H., Chinnakotla, B., Rojas-Moreno, C., Salzer, W., Hughes, N.J., Sangha, H., 2016.

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

Epidemiological characters of population exposed to rabies in Shunyi District, Beijing during 2008 - 2014, Chinese Journal of Biologicals, 29 ( 3 ), pp. 283-287, Xiao, L., Wang, F.-S., Tang, Y., Peng, X.-R., 2016.

Every rabies death is a veterinary and health system failure until proven otherwise, Vaccine, Article in Press, Durrheim, D.N., 2016.

How to use open source data to assess infection disease risk: A framework and applications, International Conference on Geoinformatics, 2016-January, art. no. 7378677, Yan, Q., Guo, D., Cui, W., Li, J., Zhou, Y., 2016.

Immunopathological studies of canine rabies in Faisalabad, Pakistan, Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 26 ( 3 ), pp. 636-642, Ahmad, W., Mahmood, F., Li, Y., Duan, M., Guan, Z., Zhang, M., Ali, M.A., Liu, Z., 2016.

Laboratory diagnostics in dog-mediated rabies: An overview of performance and a proposed strategy for various settings, International Journal of Infectious Diseases, 46, pp. 107-114, Duong, V., Tarantola, A., Ong, S., Mey, C., Choeung, R., Ly, S., Bourhy, H., Dussart, P., Buchy, P., 2016.

Mixed Methods Survey of Zoonotic Disease Awareness and Practice among Animal and Human Healthcare Providers in Moshi, Tanzania, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 ( 3 ), art. no. e0004476, Zhang, H.L., Mnzava, K.W., Mitchell, S.T., Melubo, M.L., Kibona, T.J., Cleaveland, S., Kazwala, R.R., Crump, J.A., Sharp, J.P., Halliday, J.E.B., 2016.

Overview of animal rabies in Kinshasa province in the democratic republic of Congo, PLoS ONE, 11 ( 4 ), art. no. e0150403, Twabela, A.T., Mweene, A.S., Masumu, J.M., Muma, J.B., Lombe, B.P., Hankanga, C., 2016.

Pathological and molecular diagnosis of rabies in clinically suspected food animals using different diagnostic tests, Large Animal Review, 21 ( 6 ), pp. 243-250, Hananeh, W.M., Nassir, I.M., Ababneh, M.M.K., Hailat, N.Q., Brown, C.C., 2015.

Perceptions of wildlife rabies vaccination in Awajún population of the province of Condorcanqui, Amazonas, Peru, 2013, Physis, 26 ( 1 ), pp. 201-224, Clavijo, G.C., Arevalo, J.D., Pretel, V.L.O., Gutiérrez, J.P., 2016.

Quantitative risk assessment of the introduction of rabies into Japan through the illegal landing of dogs from Russian fishing boats in the ports of Hokkaido, Japan, Preventive Veterinary Medicine,128, pp. 112-123, Kwan, N.C.L., Ogawa, H., Yamada, A., Sugiura, K., 2016.

Rabies following mongoose bite, Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology, 34 ( 2 ), pp. 256-257, Mani, R.S., Moorkoth, A.P., Balasubramanian, P., Devi, K.L.S., Madhusudana, S.N., 2016.

Rabies in Costa Rica: Documentation of the Surveillance Program and the Endemic Situation from 1985 to 2014, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 16 ( 5 ), pp. 334-341, Hutter, S.E., Brugger, K., Sancho Vargas, V.H., González, R., Aguilar, O., León, B., Tichy, A., Firth, C.L., Rubel, F., 2016.

Rabies surveillance in the United States during 2014, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 248 ( 7 ), pp. 777-788, Monroe, B.P., Yager, P., Blanton, J., Birhane, M.G., Wadhwa, A., Orciari, L., Petersen, B., Wallace, R., 2016.

Revealing spatio-temporal patterns of rabies spread among various categories of animals in the Republic of Kazakhstan, 2010-2013, Geospatial Health, 11 ( 2 ), art. no. 455, pp. 199-205, Abdrakhmanov, S.K., Beisembayev, K.K., Korennoy, F.I., Yessembekova, G.N., Kushubaev, D.B., Kadyrov, A.S., 2016.

Wildlife pathogen surveillance in Israel to inform human and animal infectious disease control: A prioritization exercise, Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 71 ( 2 ), pp. 33-41, Lapid, R., King, R., Yakobson, B., Shalom, U., Moran-Gilad, J., 2016.

Willingness to Pay for Dog Rabies Vaccine and Registration in Ilocos Norte, Philippines (2012), PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 ( 3 ), art. no. e0004486, Birhane, M.G., Miranda, M.E.G., Dyer, J.L., Blanton, J.D., Recuenco, S., 2016.

Zoning the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan as to the risk of rabies among various categories of animals, Geospatial Health, 11 ( 2 ), art. no. 429, pp. 174-181, Abdrakhmanov, S.K., Sultanov, A.A., Beisembayev, K.K., Korennoy, F.I., Kushubaev, D.B., Kadyrov, A.S., 2016.

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Rift Valley Fever

Absence of Rift Valley fever virus in domestic and wild ruminants from Spain, Veterinary Record, Article in Press, García-Bocanegra, I., Paniagua, J., Cano-Terriza, D., Arenas-Monte, A., Fernández-Morente, M., Napp, S., 2016.

A dynamic, climate-driven model of rift valley fever, Geospatial Health, 11 ( 1S ), 93 p., Leedale, J., Jones, A.E., Caminade, C., Morse, A.P., 2016.

A recombinant Rift Valley fever virus glycoprotein subunit vaccine confers full protection against Rift Valley Fever challenge in sheep, Scientific Reports, 6, art. no. 27719, Faburay, B., Wilson, W.C., Gaudreault, N.N., Davis, A.S., Shivanna, V., Bawa, B., Sunwoo, S.Y., Ma, W., Drolet, B.S., Morozov, I., Mcvey, D.S., Richt, J.A., 2016.

Association of ecological factors with Rift Valley fever occurrence and mapping of risk zones in Kenya, International Journal of Infectious Diseases, 46, pp. 49-55, Mosomtai, G., Evander, M., Sandström, P., Ahlm, C., Sang, R., Hassan, O.A., Affognon, H., Landmann, T., 2016.

Dynamic risk model for Rift Valley fever outbreaks in Kenya based on climate and disease outbreak data, Geospatial Health, 11 ( 2 ), art. no. 377, pp. 95-103, Gikungu, D., Wakhungu, J., Siamba, D., Neyole, E., Muita, R., Bett, B., 2016.

Environmental change and rift valley fever in eastern Africa: Projecting beyond healthy futures, Geospatial Health, 11 ( 1S ), pp. 115-128, Taylor, D., Hagenlocher, M., Jones, A.E., Kienberger, S., Leedale, J., Morse, A.P., 2016.

Epidemiology of brucellosis, Q Fever and Rift Valley Fever at the human and livestock interface in northern Côte d'Ivoire, Acta Tropica, Article in Press, Kanouté, Y.B., Gragnon, B.G., Schindler, C., Bonfoh, B., Schelling, E., 2015.

Experimental infection of calves by two genetically-distinct strains of rift valley fever virus, Viruses, 8 ( 5 ), Wilson, W.C., Davis, A.S., Gaudreault, N.N., Faburay, B., Trujillo, J.D., Shivanna, V., Sunwoo, S.Y., Balogh, A., Endalew, A., Ma, W., Drolet, B.S., Ruder, M.G., Morozov, I., McVey, D.S., Richt, J.A., 2016.

First external quality assessment of molecular and serological detection of rift valley fever in the western mediterranean region, PLoS ONE, 10 ( 11 ), art. no. e0142129, Monaco, F., Cosseddu, G.M., Doumbia, B., Madani, H., Mellouli, F.E., Jiménez-Clavero, M.A., Sghaier, S., Marianneau, P., Cetre-Sossah, C., Polci, A., Lacote, S., Lakhdar, M., Fernandez-Pinero, J., Nassim, C.S., Pinoni, C., Dondona, A.C., Gallardo, C., Bouzid, T., Conte, A., Bortone, G., Savini, G., Petrini, A., Puech, L., 2015.

Modelling the use of impulsive vaccination to control Rift Valley Fever virus transmission, Advances in Difference Equations, 2016 ( 1 ), art. no. 134, Yang, C.-X., Nie, L.-F., 2016.

Multiseason transmission for Rift Valley fever in North America, Mathematical Population Studies, 23 ( 2 ), pp. 71-94, Miron, R.E., Giordano, G.A., Kealey, A.D., Smith, R.J., 2016.

Potency of a thermostabilised chimpanzee adenovirus Rift Valley Fever vaccine in cattle, Vaccine, 34 ( 20 ), pp. 2296-2298, Dulal, P., Wright, D., Ashfield, R., Hill, A.V.S., Charleston, B., Warimwe, G.M., 2016.

Rift Valley Fever: An Emerging Mosquito-Borne Disease*, Annual Review of Entomology, 61, pp. 395-415, Linthicum, K.J., Britch, S.C., Anyamba, A., 2016.

Rift Valley Fever vaccine virus clone 13 is able to cross the ovine placental barrier associated with foetal infections, malformations, and stillbirths, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 ( 3 ), art. no. e0004550, Makoschey, B., van Kilsdonk, E., Hubers, W.R., Vrijenhoek, M.P., Smit, M., Wichgers Schreur, P.J., Kortekaas, J., Moulin, V., 2016.

Stepping towards a policy response to Rift Valley fever: Pastoralists and epidemic preparedness in Kenya, One Health: Science, Politics and Zoonotic Disease in Africa, pp. 95-116, Millstone, E., Odame, H., Okumu, O., Bardosh, K., 2016.

The African buffalo: a villain for inter-species spread of infectious diseases in southern Africa, The Onderstepoort journal of veterinary research, 79 ( 2 ), p. 453, Michel, A.L., Bengis, R.G., 2016.

Zoonotic diseases: who gets sick, and why? Explorations from Africa, Critical Public Health, Article in Press, Dzingirai, V., Bett, B., Bukachi, S., Lawson, E., Mangwanya, L., Scoones, I., Waldman, L., Wilkinson, A., Leach, M., Winnebah, T., 2016.

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Epizootiology of the schmallenberg virus in Poland, Medycyna Weterynaryjna, 72 ( 5 ), pp. 275-280, Kȩsik-Maliszewska, J., Larska, M., Zmudziński, J.F., 2016.

Prevalence of important viral infections in new world camelids in Austria, Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 103 ( 3-4 ), pp. 92-100, Stanitznig, A., Lambacher, B., Eichinger, M., Franz, S., Wittek, T., 2016.

Seasonal dynamics, parity rate, and composition of culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) occurring in the vicinity of wild and domestic ruminants in the Czech Republic, Journal of Medical Entomology, 53 ( 2 ), pp. 416-424, Rádrová, J., Mračková, M., Galková, Z., Lamka, J., Račka, K., Barták, P., Votýpka, J., 2016.

Schmallenberg virus activity in cattle in Switzerland in 2013, The Veterinary Record, 177 ( 11 ), p. 289, Balmer, S., Gobet, H., Nenniger, C., Hadorn, D., Schwermer, H., Vögtlin, A., 2015.

Schmallenberg Virus Infection Diagnosis: Results of a German Proficiency Trial, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases,  Article in Press, Wernike, K., Beer, M., Hoffmann, B., 2016.

The impact of infection with Schmallenberg virus on weaning rate in Irish sheep flocks, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 122 ( 3 ), pp. 332-338, Barrett, D., O'Neill, R., Sammin, D., Clegg, T.A., More, S.J., 2015.

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West Nile Fever

Arboviruses and apoptosis: The role of cell death in determining vector competence, Journal of General Virology, 97 ( 5 ), art. no. 000429, pp. 1033-1036, Clem, R.J., 2016.

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

Human case of West Nile neuroinvasive disease in Portugal, summer 2015, Euro surveillance: bulletin Européen sur les maladies transmissibles = European communicable disease bulletin, 20 ( 38 ), Zé-Zé, L., Proença, P., Osório, H.C., Gomes, S., Luz, T., Parreira, P., Fevereiro, M., Alves, M.J., 2015.

Serosurvey Reveals Exposure to West Nile Virus in Asymptomatic Horse Populations in Central Spain Prior to Recent Disease Foci, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases,  Article in Press, Abad-Cobo, A., Llorente, F., Barbero, M.C., Cruz-López, F., Forés, P., Jiménez-Clavero, M.Á., 2016.


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