Browsing Research Articles (Veterinary Tropical Diseases) by Subject "One Health"

Browsing Research Articles (Veterinary Tropical Diseases) by Subject "One Health"

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  • Godfroid, Jacques; Scholz, H.C.; Barbier, T.; Nicolas, C.; Wattiau, P.; Fretin, D.; Whatmore, A.M.; Cloeckaert, A.; Blasco, J.M.; Moriyon, I.; Saegerman, Claude; Muma, John B.; Al Dahouk, Sascha; Neubauer, H.; Letesson, J.J. (Elsevier, 2011-11)
    Following the recent discovery of new Brucella strains from different animal species and from the environment, ten Brucella species are nowadays included in the genus Brucella. Although the intracellular trafficking of ...
  • Muma, John B.; Mwacalimba, Kennedy K.; Munang’andu, Hetron M.; Matope, Gift; Jenkins, Akinbowale Olajide; Siamudaala, Victor M.; Mweene, Aaron S.; Marcotty, Tanguy (Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell'Abruzzo e del Molise G. Caporale, 2014)
    Few studies have explicitly examined the linkages between human health, animal disease control and poverty alleviation. This paper reviews the contribution that veterinary medicine can make to poverty alleviation in ...
  • Michel, Anita Luise (International Office of Epizootics, 2014)
    Early discoveries in the field of tuberculosis more than a century ago indicated that the success of disease control in human populations would depend on the success of control measures in animals, and vice versa. ...
  • Marcotty, Tanguy; Thys, Eric; Conrad, Patricia; Godfroid, Jacques; Craig, Philip; Zinsstag, Jakob; Meheus, Filip; Boukary, Abdou Razac; Badé, Mallam Abdou; Sahibi, Hamid; Filali, Hind; Hendrickx, Saskia; Pissang, Cyrille; Van Herp, Michel; Van der Roost, Dirk; Thys, Séverine; Hendrickx, David; Claes, Merleen; Demeulenaere, Tine; Van Mierlo, Joep; Dehoux, Jean‐Paul; Boelaert, Marleen (Elsevier, 2013-05)
    BACKGROUND: Neglected zoonoses continue to significantly affect human health in low-resource countries. A symposium was organised in Antwerp, Belgium, on 5 November 2010 to evaluate how intersectoral collaboration among ...
  • Godfroid, Jacques; Al Dahouk, Sascha; Pappas, Georgios; Roth, Felix; Matope, Gift; Muma, John B.; Marcotty, Tanguy; Pfeiffer, Dirk U.; Skjerve, Eystein (Elsevier, 2013-05)
    Although a “One Health” approach has been successfully implemented for emerging infectious zoonotic diseases with pandemic potential, we still lack a conceptual framework to address enzootic diseases like brucellosis. The ...
  • Godfroid, Jacques; DeBolle, X.; Roop, R.M.; O'Callaghan, D.; Tsolis, R.M.; Baldwin, C.; Santos, R.L.; McGiven, J.; Olsen, S.; Nymo, I.H.; Larsen, A.; Al Dahouk, S.; Letesson, J.J. (International Office of Epizootics, 2014)
    One Health is an interdisciplinary collaboration that aims at mitigating risks to human health arising from microorganisms present in non-human animal species, which have the potential to be transmitted and cause disease ...