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susceptible animals in new geographical regions, 46 , 47 much like the vaccinia virus becoming established in water buffalo in India and cattle in Brazil. 32 , 48 Moreover, such a spillover event may be unrecognizable because animals infected with the mpox

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. *Potential host shift event. Spillover infection of distinct variants to nonmaintenance species occurs, but does not usually result in sustained transmission. 11 However, host switching of rabies virus variants occurs, and once established, those

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being the first to recognize incidents of reverse zoonosis but also at risk of spillover events from animal reservoirs. Figure 1 Graphical definition of “One Health.” From WHO, 2021. Tripartite and UNEP support OHHLEP’s definition of “One Health

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. Hasking GJ , Esler MD , Jennings GL , et al. Norepinephrine spillover to plasma in patients with congestive heart failure: evidence of increased overall and cardiorenal sympathetic nervous activity . Circulation 1986 ; 73 : 615 – 621 . 10

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neurologic mechanisms of canine distemper virus . Adv Virol [serial online] . 2012 ; 2012 : 163860 . Available at: www.hindawi.com/journals/av/2012/163860/ . Accessed Nov 1, 2013. 2. Kapil S , Yeary TJ . Canine distemper spillover in domestic

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reported here may not represent the true number of animal rabies cases within these populations. Annual trends in wildlife rabies cases were analyzed by species for 1966 through 2016. Owing to frequent spillover of the raccoon RVV into skunks, trends in

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spillover events from wildlife to domestic livestock, a Designated Surveillance Area was defined by Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, with oversight by USDA-APHIS, to perform increased wildlife and livestock surveillance for brucellosis. 9 – 11 Regulations

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rabies virus, with spillover infection reported in skunks (primarily Mephitis mephitis ), domestic cats ( Felis catus ), and other species, including livestock. Spillover infection does not typically result in sustained transmission among nonmaintenance

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], raccoons [ Procyon lotor ], and skunks [family Mephitidae). While spillover of rabies virus variants may occur, such reports are less frequent, and spillover infections are rarely associated with sustained transmission among nonreservoir species. 2

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control programs, both internally and from the perspective of importation of foreign animals. 8–11 Figure 1— Distribution of major rabies virus variants among nonchiropteran reservoirs in the United States and Puerto Rico, 2008. Spillover

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