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Farming, Q fever and public health: agricultural practices and beyond.

where the interaction between the environment, animal (domestic or wildlife) and human populations determines the likelihood of the epidemic potential, the management of infection due to the Q fever agent„ ...

Usutu Virus Epizootic and Plasmodium Coinfection in Eurasian Blackbirds (Turdus merula) in Flanders, Belgium

Source: Journal of Wildlife Diseases, Volume 54, Issue 4 (2018) Health Topics:  Animal health Santé animale Diergezondheid Manuscript versions:  DOI:  http://www.bioone.org/doi/10.7589/2017-07-163 File:  ...

Oral vaccination of wildlife using a vaccinia-rabies-glycoprotein recombinant virus vaccine (RABORAL V-RG(®)): a global review.

Rupprecht, Charles E; Schumacher, Caroline; Slate, Dennis; Yakobson, Boris; Wohlers, Anne; Lankau, Emily W Source: Vet Res, Volume 48, Issue 1 (2017) Keywords: oral vaccination Rabies raboral Vaccinia wildlife ...

Belgian Wildlife as Potential Zoonotic Reservoir of Hepatitis E Virus.

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Thiry, D; Mauroy, A; Saegerman, C; Licoppe, A; Fett, T; Isabelle Thomas; Bernard Brochier; Thiry, E; Linden, A Source: Transbound Emerg Dis, Volume 64, Issue 3, p.764-773 (2017) Abstract: Hepatit ...

Rabiës in bats and wolves

Publication Type: Scientific poster, presentation or proceeding Authors: Steven Van Gucht Source: Joint Symposium: Belgian Wildlife Disease Society & Dutch Society for Wildlife Health. Wildlife ...

First TBEV serological screening in Flemish wild boar.

Estela; Casaer, Jim; Bernard Brochier; Steven Van Gucht; S. Roels; Vervaeke, Muriel Source: Infect Ecol Epidemiol, Volume 6, p.31099 (2016) Abstract: In the frame of a Flemish wildlife surveillance in 2013, ...

Toxic textile dyes accumulate in wild European eel Anguilla anguilla.

field study is the first large-scale survey to document the occurrence of artificial dyes in wildlife. Considering the annual amounts of dyes produced worldwide and the unintentional spillage during their ...

Biological activity conferred by endocrine disrupting chemicals in hospital effluent and river water from the Brussels Region, Belgium

chemicals Abstract: Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDC s) are gaining in worldwide attention due to their omnipresence, wide range in chemical properties and possible effects on wildlife populations. ...

Controlling of CSFV in European wild boar using oral vaccination: a review.

structure and the natural food sources that can compete with oral baits. OMV deployment is also highly dependent on a local veterinary support working closely with hunters, wildlife and forestry agencies. ...

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