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agency's planning. “The outbreak strategies and disease vectors currently employed for HPAI, and those employed during our response to exotic Newcastle disease, have produced useful insights into veterinarian adjustments for disease response,” the USDA

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in the United States, visit the National HPAI Early Detection Data System online at http://wildlifedisease.nbii.gov/ai . The Web site shows the states where samples have been collected and includes the number of samples collected from each state. To

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reduce virus survival to manageable rates. The article is available at https://jav.ma/swineviruses . OIE: HPAI spreading; other diseases remain problems Highly pathogenic avian influenza is a rising global concern, spreading more quickly

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the H5N1 virus after eating poultry harboring HPAI. Earlier this year, Germany reported fatal avian influenza in domestic cats ( see JAVMA , April 15, 2006, page 1165). In Asia, large cats in captivity have died of the disease. Genetic comparison

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of HPAI. The department's International Coordination Group for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza recruits and deploys veterinary emergency management subject matter experts for temporary assignments. Usually, these USDA specialists support activities

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vaccines for limiting both avian influenza and Newcastle disease in poultry, according to articles that appeared in the May 22 edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Researchers genetically engineered HPAI and Newcastle disease

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the birds. Avian influenza . Available at: www.aphis.usda.gov/vs/birdbiosecurity/hpai.html . Accessed Apr 3, 2006 . 47 Canadian Food Inspection Agency . On-farm biosecurity: key avian influenza protection . Available at: www

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IN SHORT HIGHLY PATHOGENIC AVIAN INFLUENZA FOUND ON SOUTH CAROLINA TURKEY FARM Animal health authorities worked with a farm to depopulate 32,000 turkeys in April and stop an outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza. The HPAI

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Organization released in April. Also in April, a working group of member states of the World Health Organization agreed on a framework to ensure that countries will share samples of influenza viruses. In 2006, 60 countries reported the presence of H5N1 HPAI

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source of HPAI infection—a truck collecting poultry manure for fertilizing crops. “One of the essential tools we need for the one-medicine approach is community participatory mapping,” said Dr. Gavin Macgregor-Skinner, speaking at the fifth annual One

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