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the importance of the interrelationships of people, domestic animals, wildlife, and the environment in preventing pathogen spillover and devastating epidemics. CVM’s role in developing diagnostic laboratory capacity to meet university and regional

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viruses to estimate their zoonotic spillover and pandemic potential. The tool, SpillOver, is an open-source watchlist of newly discovered viruses ranked according to their threat potential. It's meant to help policymakers and scientists prioritize

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rabies virus variant associated with that particular bat species; of the 1,922 bats, 33 (2%) bats had cross-species transmission (spillover) and 2 (0.1%) bats were not identified to species but the rabies virus variant was determined. The Brazilian free

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with a terrestrial reservoir involving the mongoose. Continued surveillance of spillover events and rabies virus variant typing will improve the understanding of viral epidemiology on the island. Research addressing animal welfare and the human

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Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, is director of the Strategies to Prevent Spillover project, a $100 million effort funded through a grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development. She described herself as an air traffic controller for the

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The open-source watchlist, SpillOver, estimates pandemic risk from animal diseases The risk of a zoonotic outbreak is high when wildlife, livestock, and humans are in contact, as seen here with primates and cattle exploring the grounds outside a

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diagnosis may include rapid antigen detection tests, which are currently under evaluation. The elimination of the canine rabies virus variant (RVV) in dogs, and its frequent spillover into wildlife in the US, required more than $1 billion over 80 years

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. Spillover infection from these species to other animals occurs but rarely initiates sustained intraspecific transmission. Once established, enzootic virus transmission within a species can persist regionally for decades or longer. Rabies virus variants can

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Medicine at Tufts University, is director of the Strategies to Prevent Spillover—or STOP Spillover—project, a $100 million effort funded through a grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development. She described herself as an air traffic controller

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transmission is primarily between members of the same species. Spillover infection from these species to other animals occurs but rarely initiates sustained transmission in other species. Once established, enzootic virus transmission within a species can

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