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, novel sequencing technology for the detection of equine herpesvirus–1 in equine nasal secretions,” Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine; samples may be submitted from any veterinary practice in the U.S. • AAHSD005123: “Cryoablation

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human patient and used it to generate a high dose of purified virus, which they then directly inoculated in the nasal cavity, trachea, and eyes of each of three cats. The following day, the researchers swabbed the nasal passages of the cats and were able

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occupational health hazards. Animal-related allergies can include symptoms such as sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, red and itchy eyes, nasal congestion, skin reactions such as hives, coughing, and other asthma-related problems including shortness of breath

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Larkin Pet owners took notice when Hong Kong animal health authorities announced in late February that oral and nasal samples from a 17-year-old Pomeranian tested weakly positive for SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. They

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WHO Collaborating Center for Influenza Research and Early-Warning, and the University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science in the United Kingdom—collected about 30,000 nasal swab samples from slaughterhouse pigs from 2011-18 and

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interact with our pets—such as sleeping with them and kissing them. Veterinarians on the team will test pets for the novel coronavirus and antibodies to the virus by taking nasal and oral swabs and blood samples. The samples will be analyzed at WADDL

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team participate on a voluntary basis and provide interior nasal swabs. When the surveillance study was rolled out in June, 51 animal care workers consented to participate. Of these, all but one have received their COVID-19 vaccine. As of Aug. 19, 275

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confirmed infections, daily mortality rates doubled or tripled for about four weeks. Many animals developed breathing difficulties and nasal discharge, and animals that stopped eating were often found dead the following day. Feral cats around those Dutch

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dairy producers expressed concerns during Oregon's September 2020 wildfires, they also told Dr. Cruickshank they hadn't noticed any large declines in production, nor had they seen obvious clinical signs such as nasal congestion or coughing. Figures from

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-resistant Staphylococcus aureus directly from nasal swabs in horses”; Neurology—Drs. Diccon Westworth, University of California-Davis, for “Clinicopathological features of choroid plexus tumors in dogs: 44 cases”; and Edwin Darrin, University of Pennsylvania, for

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