2 edition of Guarding against avian influenza found in the catalog.
Guarding against avian influenza
Government and international community supports on the Avian influenza epidemics in Vietnam.
|Contributions||World Bank. Vietnam Country Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||2009335313|
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The odds of detecting, controlling, and perhaps preventing the spread of an influenza virus with pandemic potential have improved dramatically sinceand they continue to increase with expanding knowledge of influenza viruses and the threat they present to human and animal health.
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The chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) is a type of domesticated fowl, a subspecies of the red junglefowl (Gallus gallus).They are one of the most common and widespread domestic animals, with a total population of billion as ofup from more than 19 billion in There are more chickens in the world than any other bird or domesticated : Aves.
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Many new and emerging RNA and DNA viruses are zoonotic or have zoonotic origins in an animal reservoir that is usually mammalian and sometimes avian. Not all zoonotic viruses are transmissible (directly or by an arthropod vector) between human hosts. Virus genome sequence data provide the best evidence of by: But she and Cawthray are united in defending the vast majority of chicken-keepers against the suggestion that they may be doing more harm than Author: Susanna Rustin.
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During the day we’ve watched a briefing from the C.D.C. and President Obama’s address to the National Academy of Sciences, heard about a curious reaction from Israel’s health ministry, read an article by a. People can catch some bird diseases, for example: psittacosis, salmonellosis, campylobacteriosis, Newcastle's disease, mycobacteriosis, influenza, giardiasis and cryptosporiadiosis.
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The NGS has made it possible to sequence the complete viral genomes of many viruses cost-effectively such as including an avian influenza virus (Croville et al., ), classical swine fever virus (Leifer et Author: Yashpal Singh Malik, Atul Verma, Naveen Kumar, Pallavi Deol, Deepak Kumar, Souvik Ghosh, Kuldeep Dha.Influenza is divided into influenza A and influenza B influenza A and Influenza B virus all contain the single stranded RNA of 8 sections of tool negative polarity polypeptide of influenza A genome n 3 polypeptide of encoding, composition RNA-RNA-dependent section 1 polymerase complex Cited by: Avian influenza.
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