Scientific Articles of Note Q2 2018

A list of scientific articles published during the last quarter with hyperlinks for ease of access. The focus is on field and epidemiological papers, with relevance for those working in this area.

African Horse Sickness

Survey of UK horse owners’ knowledge of equine arboviruses and disease vectors. Veterinary Record, Article in Press. Chapman, G.E., Baylis, M., Archer, D.C., 2018.

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African Swine Fever

Active surveillance of African swine fever in domestic swine herds in Georgia, 2014. OIE Revue Scientifique et Technique, 36(3), pp. 879-887. Vepkhvadze, N.G., Menteshashvili, I., Kokhreidze, M., (...), Weller, R., Risatti, G.R., 2017.

Disinfection of transboundary animal disease viruses on surfaces used in pork packing plants. Veterinary Microbiology, 219, pp. 219-225. Krug, P.W., Davis, T., O'Brien, C., LaRocco, M., Rodriguez, L.L., 2018.

Evolution in Europe of African swine fever genotype II viruses from highly to moderately virulent. Veterinary Microbiology, 219, pp. 70-79. Gallardo, C., Nurmoja, I., Soler, A., (...), Nieto, R., Arias, M., 2018.

Modeling the effects of duration and size of the control zones on the consequences of a hypothetical African swine fever epidemic in Denmark. Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 5(MAR), art. no. 49. Halasa, T., Bøtner, A., Mortensen, S., Christensen, H., Wulff, S.B., Boklund, A., 2018.

Relevant measures to prevent the spread of African swine fever in the European Union domestic pig sector. Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 5(APR), art. no. 77. Jurado, C., Martínez-Avilés, M., Torre, A.L., (...), Sánchez-Vizcaíno, J.M., Bellini, S., 2018.

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Aujeszky's Disease

No articles available at this time.

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Bluetongue

An epidemiological overview of small ruminant diseases in Algeria. OIE Revue Scientifique et Technique, 36(3), pp. 997-1006. Kardjadj, M., 2017.

Bluetongue virus seropositivity and some risk factors affecting bluetongue virus infection in sheep flocks. Comparative Clinical Pathology, 27(4), pp. 1017-1022. Yavari, M., Gharekhani, J., Mohammadzadeh, A., 2018.

Cost distribution of bluetongue surveillance and vaccination programmes in Austria and Switzerland (2007-2016). Veterinary Record, 182(9), p. 257. Pinior, B., Firth, C.L., Loitsch, A., (...), Schwermer, H., Käsbohrer, A., 2018.

Prevalence and risk factors of brucellosis, chlamydiosis, and bluetongue among Sika deer in Jilin Province in China. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 18(4), pp. 226-230. Liu, F., Li, J.-M., Zeng, F.-L., (...), Zhao, Q., Du, R., 2018.

Retrospective analysis of bluetongue farm risk profile definition, based on biology, farm management practices and climatic data . Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 155, pp. 75-85. Cappai, S., Loi, F., Coccollone, A., (...), Foxi, C., Rolesu, S., 2018.

Seroprevalence of bluetongue in dromedaries. Journal of Camel Practice and Research, 24(3), pp. 291-293. Shah, J.D., Chandel, B.S., Chauhan, H.C., (...), Patel, B.K., Patel, M.A., 2017.

Using serological studies to reconstruct the history of bluetongue epidemic in French cattle under successive vaccination campaigns. Epidemics. Article in Press. Courtejoie, N., Salje, H., Durand, B., Zanella, G., Cauchemez, S., 2018.

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Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD)

A genealogy of animal diseases and social anthropology (1870-2000). Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Article in Press. Keck, F., 2018.

A post-infection serologic assessment of cattle herd immune status after a vesicular stomatitis outbreak and the agreement of antibody assays. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, Article in Press. Berninger, M.L., O’Hearn, E., Lomkin, R., Newens, K., Havas, K.A., 2018.

An epidemiological overview of small ruminant diseases in Algeria. OIE Revue Scientifique et Technique, 36(3), pp. 997-1006. Kardjadj, M., 2017.

Assessing biosecurity risks for the introduction and spread of diseases among commercial sheep properties in New South Wales, Australia, using foot-and-mouth disease as a case study. Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 5(APR), art. no. 80. Fountain, J., Woodgate, R., Rast, L., Hernández-Jover, M., 2018.

Criteria and indicators for foot and mouth disease control strategy decision-making in Asia-Oceania countries. OIE Revue Scientifique et Technique, 36(3), pp. 867-878. Kim, E., Carpenter, T., Rowanowski, S., Cogger, N., 2017.

Effect of vaccination on cattle subclinically infected with foot-and-mouth disease virus in Cameroon. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 155, pp. 1-10. Bertram, M.R., Delgado, A., Pauszek, S.J., (...), Garabed, R., Arzt, J., 2018.

Epidemic spreading in complex networks with resilient nodes: Applications to FMD. Complexity, 2018, art. no. 5024327. Kim, P., Lee, C.H., 2018.

Evaluating vaccination strategies to control foot-and-mouth disease: A country comparison study. Epidemiology and Infection, pp. 1-13. Article in Press. Rawdon, T.G., Garner, M.G., Sanson, R.L., (...), Smylie, T., Yu, Z.D., 2018.

Evidence of subclinical foot-and-mouth disease virus infection in young calves born from clinically recovered cow under natural condition. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 50(5), pp. 1167-1170. Ranjan, R., Biswal, J.K., Subramaniam, S., (...), Rodriguez, L.L., Pattnaik, B., 2018.

Foot and mouth disease: The risks of the international trade in live animals. OIE Revue Scientifique et Technique, 36(3), pp. 839-865. Shanafelt, D.W., Perrings, C.A., 2017.

Foot-and-mouth disease in the middle east caused by an A/ASIA/G-VII virus lineage, 2015–2016. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 24(6), pp. 1073-1078. Bachanek-Bankowska, K., Di Nardo, A., Wadsworth, J., (...), King, D.P., Knowles, N.J, 2018.

History of foot-and-mouth disease in north African countries. Veterinaria Italiana, 54(1), pp. 5-12. Kardjadj, M., 2018.

Investigations of foot and mouth disease outbreaks in different districts of Punjab, Pakistan. Buffalo Bulletin, 37(1), pp. 81-87. Nawaz, Z., Ur Rehman, S., Siddique, A.B., Zahoor, M.A., Ali, S., 2018.

Managing complexity: Simplifying assumptions of foot-and-mouth disease models for swine. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. Article in Press. Kinsley, A.C., Vanderwaal, K., Craft, M.E., Morrison, R.B., Perez, A.M., 2018.

Prevalence of foot and mouth disease virus in apparently healthy buffaloes brought to Islamabad slaughterhouse in Pakistan. Tropical Biomedicine, 35(1), pp. 161-167. Navid, M.T., Farooq, U., Latif, A., (...), Akhtar, M., Zahur, A.B., 2018.

Studies on existing milking and health care practices adopted by dairy farmers in Tarai region of Uttarakhand, India. Indian Journal of Animal Research, 52(3), pp. 454-458. Tewari, H., Kumar, S., Singh, D.V., Rath, R., Tyagi, K., 2018.

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General

No articles available at this time.

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Influenza

Adaptive evolution during the establishment of European avian-like H1N1 influenza A virus in swine. Evolutionary Applications, 11(4), pp. 534-546. Joseph, U., Vijaykrishna, D., Smith, G.J.D., Su, Y.C.F., 2018.

Adequacy of public health communications on H7N9 and MERS in Singapore: Insights from a community based cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 18(1), art. no. 436. Hou, Y., Tan, Y.-R., Lim, W.Y., (...), Chen, M.I.-C., Yap, P., 2018.

A long-term serosurvey of avian influenza H5 among wild birds in Nakhon Sawan Province, Thailand. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 49(2), pp. 464-469. Poltep, K., Ketchim, N., Paungpin, W., (...), Puthavathana, P., Ratanakorn, P., 2018.

Analysis of the infection time from a potential H7N9 influenza pandemic outbreak. Proceedings of the LACCEI International Multi-Conference for Engineering, Education and Technology, 2017-July. Silva-Sotillo, W., Li, M., Das, T.K., 2017.

Avian influenza A (H5N1) outbreaks in different poultry farm types in Egypt: The effect of vaccination, closing status and farm size. BMC Veterinary Research, 14(1), art. no. 187. Artois, J., Ippoliti, C., Conte, A., (...), Ellakany, H.F., Gilbert, M., 2018.

Avian influenza A (H7N9) virus in a wild land bird in central China, late 2015. Virologica Sinica, 33(1), pp. 96-99. Yao, Y., Zhang, T., Yang, W., (...), Chen, J., Chen, J., 2018.

Avian influenza is a catalyst for economic and political destabilization in Iran. Health Security, 16(2), p. 143. Olinger, G.G., Yeh, K.B., 2018.

Avian viral surveillance in Victoria, Australia, and detection of two novel avian herpesviruses. PLoS ONE, 13(3), art. no. e0194457. Amery-Gale, J., Hartley, C.A., Vaz, P.K., (...), Eden, P.A., Devlin, J.M., 2018.

Biosecurity assessment and seroprevalence of respiratory diseases in backyard poultry flocks located close to and far from commercial premises. Avian Diseases, 62(1), pp. 1-5. Derksen, T., Lampron, R., Hauck, R., Pitesky, M., Gallardo, R.A., 2018.

Challenge for One Health: Co-circulation of zoonotic H5N1 and H9N2 avian influenza viruses in Egypt. Viruses, 10(3), art. no. 121. Kim, S.-H., 2018.

Characterization of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N8 virus from Egyptian domestic waterfowl in 2017. Avian Pathology, 47(4), pp. 400-409. Anis, A., AboElkhair, M., Ibrahim, M., 2018.

Disease transmission at the interface between wild and domestic suiform species in the old and new worlds. Ecology, Conservation and Management of Wild Pigs and Peccaries, 1 January, pp. 388-403. Jori, F., Payne, A., Kock, R., Nava, A., Ståhl, K., Rossi, S., 2017.

Effectiveness of different avian influenza (H5) vaccination regimens in layer chickens on the humoral immune response and interferon-alpha signalling immune marker. Veterinary Research Communications, 42(2), pp. 145-152. Hamad, M., Amen, O., Mahmoud, M., Hassanin, O., Saif-Edin, M., 2018.

Emergence of Eurasian avian-like swine influenza A (H1N1) virus from an adult case in Fujian Province, China. Virologica Sinica, 33(3), pp. 282-286. Xie, J.-F., Zhang, Y.-H., Zhao, L., (...), Weng, Y.-W., Zheng, K.-C., 2018.

Enhanced infection of avian influenza virus H9N2 with infectious laryngeotracheitis vaccination in chickens. Veterinary Microbiology, 219, pp. 8-16. Arafat, N., Eladl, A.H., Marghani, B.H., Saif, M.A., El-shafei, R.A., 2018.

Epidemiological and genetic characteristics of the fifth avian influenza A (H7N9) wave in Suzhou, China, from October 2016 to April 2017. Virus Genes, 54(2), pp. 182-189. Dong, Z., Xia, Y., Ya, X., (...), Wang, R., Shen, Q., 2018.

Experimental infection of H5N1 and H5N8 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses in Northern Pintail (Anas acuta). Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. Article in Press. Kwon, J.-H., Lee, D.-H., Swayne, D.E., (...), Shin, J.-H., Song, C.-S., 2018.

Genomic prediction of avian influenza infection outcome in layer chickens. Genetics Selection Evolution, 50(1), art. no. 21. Wolc, A., Drobik-Czwarno, W., Fulton, J.E., (...), Jankowski, T., Dekkers, J.C.M., 2018.

Geographical and historical patterns in the emergences of novel highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5 and H7 viruses in poultry. Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 5(JUN), art. no. 84. Dhingra, M.S., Artois, J., Dellicour, S., (...), Morzaria, S., Gilbert, M., 2018.

Knowledge, attitude, and practice toward avian flu among students in a public university in Pahang, Malaysia. Journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University, 12(4), pp. 269-276. Ibrahim, H., Rahman, N.A.A., Mamat, S., Haque, M., 2018.

Lack of detection of avian influenza, Newcastle disease, and West Nile viruses in wild birds of northeastern Brazil. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 54(2), pp. 422-425. Lugarini, C., Hurtado, R., De Araujo, J., (...), Durigon, E., Silva, J.C., 2018.

Mathematical modeling of avian influenza epidemic with bird vaccination in constant population. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 983(1), art. no. 012116. Kharis, M., Amidi, 2018.

National surveillance and control costs for highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 in poultry: A benefit-cost assessment for a developing economy, Nigeria. Research in Veterinary Science, 119, pp. 127-133. Fasanmi, O.G., Kehinde, O.O., Laleye, A.T., Ekong, B., Ahmed, S.S.U., Fasina, F.O., 2018.

Disease outbreaks: Protecting poultry from avian influenza. Veterinary Record, 182(5), pp. 144-145. Youngs, E., Tasker, J., Hammond, P., 2018.

Review analysis and impact of co-circulating H5N1 and H9N2 avian influenza viruses in Bangladesh. Epidemiology and Infection, pp. 1-8. Article in Press. Parvin, R., Begum, J.A., Nooruzzaman, M., (...), Islam, M.R., Vahlenkamp, T.W., 2018.

Risk factors for avian influenza H9 infection of chickens in live bird retail stalls of Lahore District, Pakistan 2009-2010. Scientific Reports, 8(1), art. no. 5634. Chaudhry, M., Rashid, H.B., Angot, A., (...), Welburn, S.C., Eisler, M.C., 2018.

Stewardship of health security: The challenges of applying the One Health approach. Public Administration and Development. Article in Press. Hort, K., Sommanustweechai, A., Adisasmito, W., Gleeson, L., 2018.

Study of an outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N8 in commercial Pekin ducks (Anas platyrhynchos domesticus) in California. Avian Diseases, 62(1), pp. 101-108. Stoute, S., Crossley, B., Shivaprasad, H.L., 2018.

Two genetically diverse H7N7 avian influenza viruses isolated from migratory birds in central China. Emerging Microbes and Infections, 7(1), art. no. 62. Liu, H., Xiong, C., Chen, J., (...), Wang, H., Chen, J., 2018.

Wild ducks excrete highly pathogenic avian influenza virus H5N8 (2014-2015) without clinical or pathological evidence of disease article. Emerging Microbes and Infections, 7(1), art. no. 67. Van Den Brand, J.M.A., Verhagen, J.H., Veldhuis Kroeze, E.J.B., (...), Fouchier, R.A.M., Kuiken, T., 2018.

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Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD)

Epidemiological characterization of lumpy skin disease outbreaks in Russia in 2016. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. Article in Press. Sprygin, A., Artyuchova, E., Babin, Y., (...), Byadovskaya, O., Kononov, A., 2018.

Information management and ante-mortem inspection procedures for the emerging diseases control: Experiences acquired in the epidemiological surveillance of bluetongue and lumpy skin disease. Italian Journal of Food Safety, 7(1), art. no. 6922, pp. 1-5. Corradini, A., Trevisani, M., Dosa, G., Padovani, A., 2018.

Lumpy skin disease virus, isolated in 2015 in Russia from cattle, is pathogenic for sheep at experimental infection. Sel'skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya, 53(2), pp. 438-446. Usadov, T.R., Morgunov, Yu, P., Zhivoderov, S.P., (...), Lunitsyn, A.V., Salnikov, N.I., 2018.

Molecular detection and seasonal distribution of lumpy skin disease virus in cattle breeds in Turkey. Medycyna Weterynaryjna, 74(3), pp. 175-178. Albayrak, H., Ozan, E., Kadi, H., Cavunt, A., Tamer, C., Tutuncu, M., 2018.

Phylogenetic analysis of the lumpy skin disease viruses in northwest of Iran. Tropical Animal Health and Production, pp. 1-8. Article in Press. Sameea Yousefi, P., Dalir-Naghadeh, B., Mardani, K., Jalilzadeh-Amin, G., 2018.

Real time PCR for the detection of field isolates of lumpy skin disease virus in clinical samples from cattle. Sel'skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya, 53(2), pp. 422-429. Pestova, Ya.E., Artyukhova, E.E., Kostrova, E.E., Shumoliva, I.N., Kononov, A.V., Sprygin, A.V., 2018.

Risk of introduction of lumpy skin disease in France by the import of vectors in animal trucks. PLoS One, 13(6):e0198506. Saegerman, C., Bertagnoli, S., Meyer, G., (...), Etore, F., Casal, J., 2018.

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Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR)

An epidemiological overview of small ruminant diseases in Algeria. OIE Revue Scientifique et Technique, 36(3), pp. 997-1006. Kardjadj, M., 2017.

Are dromedaries a possible host of peste des petits ruminants virus (PPR). Journal of Camel Practice and Research, 24(3), pp. 209-210. Wernery, U., Kinne, J., Joseph, S., Patteril, N.A.G., Syriac, G., 2017.

Assessment of the peste des petits ruminants world epizootic situation and estimate its spreading to Russia. Veterinary World, 11(5), pp. 612-619. Bouchemla, F., Agoltsov, V.A., Popova, O.M., Padilo, L.P., 2018.

Cross-sectional sero-prevalence study of peste des petits ruminants (PPR) in goats of Syangja and Kaski districts of Nepal. VirusDisease, 29(2), pp. 173-179. Acharya, N., Poudel, S.P., Acharya, K.P., 2018.

Peste des petits ruminants in wild ungulates. Tropical Animal Health and Production, pp. 1-5. Article in Press. Aziz-ul-Rahman, Wensman, J.J., Abubakar, M., Shabbir, M.Z., Rossiter, P., 2018.

Seroprevalence of peste des petits ruminants among unvaccinated small ruminants in Sokoto State, northwestern Nigeria. Comparative Clinical Pathology, pp. 1-6. Article in Press. Bello, M.B., Kazeem, H.M., Oladele, S.B., Fatihu, M.Y., Tambuwal, F.M., Jibril, A.H., 2018.

The effects of PPR on the reproductive health of black Bengal goats and the possible role played by oxidative stress. Tropical Animal Health and Production, pp. 1-7. Article in Press. Kumar, P., Dey, A., Kumar, A., (...), Kumari, R.R., Kumar, M., 2018.

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Rabies

A research agenda to reinforce rabies control: A qualitative and quantitative prioritization. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(5), art. no. e0006387. Neevel, A.M.G., Hemrika, T., Claassen, E., van de Burgwal, L.H.M., 2018.

Analysis of rabies diagnosis in dogs and cats in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. Archives of Virology, pp. 1-8. Article in Press. Castilho, J.G., Achkar, S.M., de Novaes Oliveira, R., (...), Carnieli, P., Macedo, C.I., 2018.

A pathological study of the tongues of rabid dogs in the Philippines. Archives of Virology, 163(6), pp. 1615-1621. Shiwa, N., Kimitsuki, K., Manalo, D.L., Inoue, S., Park, C.-H., 2018.

A rabies lesson improves rabies knowledge amongst primary school children in Zomba, Malawi. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(3), art. no. e0006293. Burdon Bailey, J.L., Gamble, L., Gibson, A.D., (...), Mellanby, R.J., Mazeri, S., 2018.

Assessing rabies risk after a mass bat exposure at a research facility in a national park — Wyoming, 2017. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 67(10), pp. 313-314. Cote, A., Guagliardo, S.A.J., Tran, C.H., (...), Musgrave, K., Wallace, R., 2018.

Cost-effectiveness of dog rabies vaccination programs in East Africa. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(5), art. no. e0006490. Borse, R.H., Atkins, C.Y., Gambhir, M., (...), Rupprecht, C.E., Meltzer, M.I., 2018.

Data quality and timeliness of outbreak reporting system among countries in Greater Mekong subregion: Challenges for international data sharing. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(4), art. no. e0006425. Lawpoolsri, S., Kaewkungwal, J., Khamsiriwatchara, A., (...), W. Crawley, A., Ko Oo, M., 2018.

Determinants of health seeking behaviour following rabies exposure in Ethiopia. Zoonoses and Public Health, 65(4), pp. 443-453. Beyene, T.J., Mourits, M.C.M., Revie, C.W., Hogeveen, H., 2018.

Descriptive analysis of rabies in wild animals in the state of Sergipe, Brazil. Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia, 70(1), pp. 169-173. Antunes, K.D., Matos, J.C.C., Mol, L.P., (...), Pereira, P.L.L., Silva, M.X., 2018.

Dog bite injuries of the eye and ocular adnexa. Orbit (London), pp. 1-8. Article in Press. Erickson, B.P., Feng, P.W., Liao, S.D., Modi, Y.S., Ko, A.C., Lee, W.W., 2018.

Effect of mineral supplementation on humoral immunity against rabies vaccine in dog pups. Indian Journal of Animal Research, 52(4), pp. 615-618. Devi, S., Sharma, M.C., Singh, R.P., (...), Kumar, P., Singh, R.D., 2018.

Estimation of social losses caused by raccoons and analysis of regional feature. Studies in Regional Science, 47(2), pp. 241-254. Sasaki, T., Suzuki, S., 2018.

Failure of postexposure prophylaxis in a patient given rabies vaccine intramuscularly in the gluteus muscle, Himachal Pradesh, India. Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine, 22(3), pp. 189-190. Bharti, O.K., Sharma, V., 2018.

Free roaming dogs and the communities’ knowledge, attitude and practices of rabies incidence/human exposures: Cases of selected settings in Ethiopia and Kenya. Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, 32(1), pp. 11-20. Menghistu, H.T., Thaiyah, A.G., Bajitie, M., (...), Tsegaye, Y., Teferi, T., 2018.

First cases of European bat lyssavirus type 1 in Iberian serotine bats: Implications for the molecular epidemiology of bat rabies in Europe. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(4), art. no. e0006290. Mingo-Casas, P., Sandonís, V., Obón, E., (...), Juste, J., Echevarría, J.E., 2018.

Going beyond rabies surveillance. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 252(12), pp. 1460-1461. Rupprecht, C.E., 2018.

Identification of tourists from Switzerland exposed to rabies virus while visiting the United States — January 2018. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 67(16), pp. 477-478. Pieracci, E.G., Stanek, D., Koch, D., (...), Petersen, B.W., Wallace, R.M., 2018.

Impact of community-delivered SMS alerts on dog-owner participation during a mass rabies vaccination campaign, Haiti 2017. Vaccine. 36(17), pp. 2321-2325. Cleaton, J.M., Wallace, R.M., Crowdis, K., (...), Natal Vigilato, M.A., King, A., 2018.

Longitudinal analysis of raccoon rabies in West Virginia, 2000-2015: A preliminary investigation. PeerJ, 2018(4), art. no. e4574. Plants, K.B., Wen, S., Wimsatt, J., Knox, S., 2018.

Management and treatment of animal bites. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, 31(4), pp. 27-31. Hurt, J.B., Maday, K.R., 2018.

Outbreak of type C botulism in horses in Rio Grande do Sul. Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira, 37(12), pp. 1369-1372. Argenta, F.F., Konradt, G., Bassuino, D.M., (...), Dutra, I.S., Driemeier, D., 2018.

Pathogenesis of bat rabies in a natural reservoir: Comparative susceptibility of the straw-colored fruit bat (Eidolon helvum) to three strains of Lagos bat virus. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(3), art. no. e0006311. Suu-Ire, R., Begeman, L., Banyard, A.C., (...), Wood, J.L.N., Cunningham, A.A., 2018.

Qualitative evaluation of the five-year ‘Red Collar’ campaign to end inhumane culling of dogs as a method of rabies control. Veterinary Sciences, 5(1), art. no. 18. Hiby, E., Tasker, L., 2018.

Rabies antibody response after two intradermal pre-exposure prophylaxis immunizations: An observational cohort study. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease. 22(March-April 2018), pp. 36-39. De Pijper, C.A., Boersma, J., Terryn, S., (...), Grobusch, M.P., Stijnis, C., 2018.

Rabies exposures and pre-exposure vaccination practices among individuals with an increased risk of rabies exposure in the United States. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 252(12), pp. 1491-1502. Blanton, J.D., Colwell, E., Walden, C.L., (...), Shwiff, S.A., Lee, J.M., 2018.

Rabies in the Americas: 1998-2014. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(3), art. no. e0006271. Freire de Carvalho, M., Vigilato, M.A.N., Pompei, J.A., (...), Cosivi, O., Del Rio Vilas, V.J., 2018.

Rabies postexposure prophylaxis noncompletion after dog bites: Estimating the unseen to meet the needs of the underserved. American Journal of Epidemiology, 187(2), pp. 306-315. Tarantola, A., Blanchi, S., Cappelle, J., (...), Dussart, P., Mary, J.-Y., 2018.

Rabies prophylactic approaches. Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 73(1), pp. 3-14. Ramya, R., Madhanmohan, M., Nagarajan, T., 2018.

Rabies surveillance in the United States during 2016. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 252(8), pp. 945-957. Ma, X., Monroe, B.P., Cleaton, J.M., (...), Petersen, B.W., Wallace, R.M., 2018.

Rabies treatment: Are we anywhere close to cure? Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine, 22(3), pp. 199-200. Senthilkumaran, S., Balamurugan, N., Karthikeyan, N., Thirumalaikolundusubramanian, P., 2018.

Review of rabies situation and control in the North African region with a focus on Tunisia. OIE Revue Scientifique et Technique, 36(3), pp. 831-838. Ripani, A., Mérot, J., Bouguedour, R., Zrelli, M., 2018.

The early use of Pasteur’s rabies vaccine in the United States. Vaccine, 36(30), pp. 4578-4581. Hoenig, L.J., Jackson, A.C., Dickinson, G.M., 2018.

The global fight to develop antipoverty vaccines in the anti-vaccine era. Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics, pp. 1-4. Article in Press. Hotez, P.J., 2018.

Utilisation of chimeric lyssaviruses to assess vaccine protection against highly divergent lyssaviruses. Viruses, 10(3), art. no. 130. Evans, J.S., Wu, G., Selden, D., (...), Fooks, A.R., Banyard, A.C., 2018.

Vaccines, inspiring innovation in health. Vaccine. Article in Press. Pagliusi, S., Dennehy, M., Kim, H., 2018.

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Rift Valley Fever

An epidemiological overview of small ruminant diseases in Algeria. OIE Revue Scientifique et Technique, 36(3), pp. 997-1006. Kardjadj, M., 2017.

Attenuation and efficacy of live-attenuated Rift Valley fever virus vaccine candidates in non-human primates. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(5), art. no. e0006474. Smith, D.R., Johnston, S.C., Piper, A., (...), Nichol, S.T., Bird, B.H., 2018.

Changing patterns of emerging zoonotic diseases in wildlife, domestic animals, and humans linked to biodiversity loss and globalization. ILAR Journal, 58(3), pp. 315-318. Aguirre, A.A., 2017.

Competence of mosquitoes native to the United Kingdom to support replication and transmission of Rift Valley fever virus. Parasites and Vectors, 11(1), art. no. 308. Lumley, S., Hernández-Triana, L.M., Horton, D.L., (...), Fooks, A.R., Johnson, N., 2018.

Culex flavivirus infection in a Culex pipiens mosquito colony and its effects on vector competence for Rift Valley fever phlebovirus. Parasites and Vectors, 11(1), art. no. 310. Talavera, S., Birnberg, L., Nuñez, A.I., (...), Vázquez, A., Busquets, N., 2018.

Enhanced surveillance for Rift Valley fever in livestock during El Niño rains and threat of RVF outbreak, Kenya, 2015-2016. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(4), art. no. e0006353. Oyas, H., Holmstrom, L., Kemunto, N.P., (...), Munyua, P.M., Njenga, M.K., 2018.

Prevalence and risk factors of Rift Valley fever in humans and animals from Kabale district in Southwestern Uganda, 2016. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(5), art. no. e0006412. Nyakarahuka, L., de St. Maurice, A., Purpura, L., (...), Nichol, S.T., Shoemaker, T.R., 2018.

Prevalence of selected zoonotic diseases and risk factors at a human-wildlife-livestock interface in Mpumalanga province, South Africa. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 18(6), pp. 303-310. Simpson, G.J.G., Quan, V., Frean, J., (...), Godfroid, J., Blumberg, L.H., 2018.

Rift Valley fever: A survey of knowledge, attitudes, and practice of slaughterhouse workers and community members in Kabale District, Uganda. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(3), art. no. e0006175. de St. Maurice, A., Nyakarahuka, L., Purpura, L., (...), Knust, B., Shoemaker, T., 2018.

Rift Valley fever: Does wildlife play a role? ILAR Journal, 58(3), art. no. ilx022, pp. 359-370. Rosta, M.K., Liang, J.E., Zimmermann, D., (...), Paweska, J., Karesh, W.B., 2017.

Rift Valley fever viral load correlates with the human inflammatory response and coagulation pathway abnormalities in humans with hemorrhagic manifestations. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12(5), art. no. e0006460. de St. Maurice, A., Harmon, J., Nyakarahuka, L., (...), McElroy, A.K., Spiropoulou, C.F., 2018.

Serological evidence of Rift Valley fever phlebovirus and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever orthonairovirus infections among pygmies in the east region of Cameroon. Virology Journal, 15(1), art. no. 63. Sadeuh-Mba, S.A., Yonga Wansi, G.M., Demanou, M., Gessain, A., Njouom, R., 2018.

Sero-prevalence and spatial distribution of Rift Valley fever infection among agro-pastoral and pastoral communities during interepidemic period in the Serengeti ecosystem, northern Tanzania. BMC Infectious Diseases, 18(1), art. no. 276. Ahmed, A., Makame, J., Robert, F., Julius, K., Mecky, M., 2018.

The risks to Australia from emerging and exotic arboviruses. Microbiology Australia, 39(2), pp. 84-87. MacKenzie, J.S., Van Den Hurk, A.F., 2018.

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Schmallenberg

Community analysis of the abundance and diversity of biting midge species (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in three European countries at different latitudes. Parasites and Vectors, 11(1), art. no. 217. Möhlmann, T.W.R., Wennergren, U., Tälle, M., (...), Takken, W., Koenraadt, C.J.M., 2018.

Epidemiology of Schmallenberg virus in European bison (Bison bonasus) in Poland. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 54(2), pp. 272-282. Kęsik-Maliszewska, J., Krzysiak, M.K., Grochowska, M., (...), Chase, C., Larska, M., 2018.

Hypothetical route of the introduction of Schmallenberg virus into Ireland using two complementary analyses. Veterinary Record, 182(8), p. 226. McGrath, G., More, S.J., O'Neill, R., 2018.

Serologic evidence for Schmallenberg virus circulation at high altitude, central Portugal, 2015-2016. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. Article in Press. Esteves, F., Cruz, R., Vasconcelos-Nóbrega, C., (...), Nascimento, M.S.J., Mesquita, J.R., 2018.

Spatial and temporal patterns of Schmallenberg virus in France in 2016. Veterinary Record, 182(20), p. 575. Gache, K., Zientara, S., Collin, E., (...), Zanella, G., Calavas, D., 2018.

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West Nile Fever

Does intra-individual neurocognitive variability relate to neuroinvasive disease and quality of life in West Nile virus? Journal of NeuroVirology, pp. 1-8. Article in Press. Sheppard, D.P., Woods, S.P., Hasbun, R., (...), Nolan, M.S., Murray, K.O., 2018.

History of mosquitoborne diseases in the United States and implications for new pathogens. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 24(5), pp. 821-826. Moreno-Madriñán, M.J., Turell, M., 2018.

The immune responses of the animal hosts of West Nile virus: A comparison of insects, birds, and mammals. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, 8(APR), art. no. 96. Ahlers, L.R.H., Goodman, A.G., 2018.

The risks to Australia from emerging and exotic arboviruses. Microbiology Australia, 39(2), pp. 84-87. MacKenzie, J.S., Van Den Hurk, A.F., 2018.

West Nile virus (Lineage 2) in mosquitoes in southern Moravia –awaiting the first autochthonous human cases. Epidemiologie, Mikrobiologie, Imunologie, 67(1), pp. 42-46. Rudolf, I., Blažejová, H., Šebesta, O., (...), Šikutová, S., Hubálek, Z., 2018.

West Nile fever in the Saratov region in 2013-2015. Voprosy Virusologii, 62(5), pp. 219-226. Kazorina, E.V., Krasovskaya, T.Yu., Kazantsev, A.V., (...), Shcherbakova, S.A., Kutyrev, V.V., 2017.

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