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, Martínez-López B . Epidemiology and spatio-temporal analysis of West Nile virus in horses in Spain between 2010 and 2016 . Transbound Emerg Dis . 2018 ; 65 ( 2 ): 567 - 577 . doi: 10.1111/tbed.12742 13. Ward MP . Spatio-temporal analysis of

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delivery to institutionalize an integrated approach between veterinary and human medicine, including epidemiology, laboratory, and environmental disciplines. In the present report, we describe an example of such an initiative. Specifically, we discuss the

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Pasteurella multocida isolated from turkeys during an outbreak of fowl cholera was characterized by serotype and heterogeneity of genes encoding rrna (ribotype) to investigate the epidemiology of the organism. Isolates were collected between October 1985 and July 1986. The M9 or Clemson University fowl cholera vaccine-like strain was detected in 17% of the flocks with fowl cholera. One particular strain, isolated only from breeder flocks, was recovered from 7 of the 10 breeder flocks examined in this study. Intracompany transmission appeared to be common, implying a failure in biosecurity. Circumstantial evidence indicated that in the field, the incubation period of P multocida in a turkey flock may be between 2 to 7 weeks. Wildlife did not appear to be an important reservoir of P multocida for turkeys during this study period. Ribotyping results tended to discount several of the possible interflock transmissions, as suggested by examination of serotyping results alone; however, serotyping in combination with ribotyping proved helpful in understanding the epidemiology of P multocida in turkeys.

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be 1 of the 3 most common species since 1990. a Rabies in skunks, therefore, has important public health implications, and a greater understanding of the epidemiology of rabies in skunks will be useful in the planning and implementation of local

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χ 2 test was used to compare sex distribution between GBM and healthy control groups. The level of significance was set at P < .05. The Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology checklist was used to ensure all criteria

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, bat bites were either undetected or unreported. 5 A greater understanding of the epidemiology of bat rabies virus variants in Texas will be useful in the planning and implementation of rabies awareness and prevention campaigns. 6 Additionally, such

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.1053/jcpa.1999.0335 6. Marshall ID , Regnery DC , Grodhaus G . Studies in the epidemiology of myxomatosis in California I: observations on two outbreaks of myxomatosis in coastal California and the recovery of myxoma virus from a brush rabbit

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( 1 ): 5384 . doi: 10.1038/s41467-021-25655-8 11. Sobkowich KE , Weese JS , Poljak Z , Plum A , Szlosek D , Bernardo TM . Epidemiology of companion animal AMR in the United States of America: filling a gap in the one health

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Sepsis refers to the systemic inflammatory response to infection and is an important clinical entity associated with substantial morbidity and mortality in human and veterinary medicine. 1–1 1 The epidemiology of sepsis is well documented in

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and PH&E topics. Requested personal information included veterinarian demographics, education, and description of current job. Public health and epidemiology topics included assessment of the veterinary curriculum, experience with public health while

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