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Factors influencing SARS-CoV-2 infection rate in Belgian nursing homes’ residents during the first wave of COVID-19 pandemic

characteristics and infection rate among residents. Staff-resident interactions are key in SARS-CoV-2 transmission dynamics. Vaccination, regular staff testing, assessment of infection prevention and control ...

Assessing evidence of a potential Salmonella transmission across the poultry food chain.

of Salmonella (targeted and the most prevalent non-targeted) serotypes along the FC were described over time. Secondly, the effectiveness of the control measures against vertical transmission (breeders ...

Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome virus (PRRSv): A Cross-Sectional Study on ELISA Seronegative, Multivaccinated Sows

immunology non-responder PRRSv sow Vaccination Abstract: Vaccination against Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome virus (PRRS v) is widely used to control clinical disease, but the effectiveness ...

The history of foot-and-mouth disease virus serotype C: the first known extinct serotype?Abstract

unevenly distributed in Asia, Africa, and South America. Despite the challenges of controlling FMD, since 1996 there have been only two outbreaks attributed to serotype C, in Brazil and in Kenya, in 2004. ...

Development of a taxon-specific real-time PCR method targeting the Bacillus subtilis group to strengthen the control of genetically modified bacteria in fermentation products.

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Fraiture, Marie-Alice; Papazova, Nina; Roosens, Nancy Source: Fermentation, Volume 8, Issue 2 (2022) Full text language:  English Category:  Peer-reviewed scientific articles FOS Classification:  ...

Development of a taxon-specific real-time PCR method targeting the Bacillus subtilis group to strengthen the control of genetically modified bacteria in fermentation products

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Fraiture, Marie-Alice; Gobbo, Andrea; Papazova, Nina; Roosens, Nancy Source: Fermentation, Volume 8, Issue 2 (2022) Full text language:  English Category:  Peer-reviewed scientific articles FOS C ...

Pesticide Use in Market Gardening and Perceived Risk of Consumers Exposed to Pesticide Residues

gardening to improve productivity and pest control. Pesticide residues could be persistent in vegetables and generate a potential health hazard for consumers. This study has been carried out in Tunisia to ...

Post COVID-19 condition and its physical, mental and social implications: protocol of a 2-year longitudinal cohort study in the Belgian adult population.

into the cohort. A matched non- COVID-19 control group was also selected. As of November 1, 2021, 10,708 people completed the baseline questionnaire (5% of the eligible population) and the follow-up ...

Outbreaks of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Burundi, East Africa, in 2016, Caused by Different Serotypes.

region, suggesting a transboundary origin and necessitating a regional approach for vaccination and control of FMD. Health Topics:  Animal health Santé animale Diergezondheid Manuscript versions:  DOI:  ...

Movements of free-range pigs in rural communities in Zambia: an explorative study towards future ring interventions for the control of Taenia solium

solium typically affects resource-poor communities where pigs are allowed to roam freely, and sanitation and hygiene levels are suboptimal. Sustainable, long-term strategies are urgently needed to control ...

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