Browsing Natural and Agricultural Sciences by UP Author "Abolnik, Celia"

Browsing Natural and Agricultural Sciences by UP Author "Abolnik, Celia"

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  • Fusaro, Alice; Zecchin, Bianca; Vrancken, Bram; Abolnik, Celia; Ademun, Rose; Alassane, Abdou; Arafa, Abdelsatar; Awuni, Joseph Adongo; Couacy-Hymann, Emmanuel; Coulibaly, M.’ Betiegue; Gaidet, Nicolas; Go-Mar, Emilie; Joannis, Tony; Jumbo, Simon Dickmu; Minoungou, Germaine; Meseko, Clement; Souley, Maman Moutari; Ndumu, Deo Birungi; Shittu, Ismaila; Twabela, Augustin; Wade, Abel; Wiersma, Lidewij; Akpeli, Yao P.; Zamperin, Gianpiero; Milani, Adelaide; Lemey, Philippe; Monne, Isabella (Nature Publishing Group, 2019-11-22)
    The role of Africa in the dynamics of the global spread of a zoonotic and economicallyimportant virus, such as the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5Nx of the Gs/GD lineage, remains unexplored. Here we characterise ...
  • Abolnik, Celia; Gerdes, Truuske G.H.; Bisschop, S.P.R. (Shahn); Olivier, A.J.; Horner, R.F. (Springer, 2007-01)
    The first recorded outbreak of avian influenza (AI) in South African chickens (low pathogenicity H6N2) occurred at Camperdown, KwaZulu/Natal Province (KZN) in June 2002. To determine the source of the outbreak, we defined ...
  • Caron, Alexandre; Abolnik, Celia; Mundava, Josphine; Gaidet, Nicolas; Burger, Christina E.; Mochotlhoane, Bontsi; Bruinzeel, Leo; Chiweshe, Ngoni; De Garine-Wichatitsky, Michel; Cumming, Graeme S. (Springer, 2011-03)
    Waterfowl were counted and sampled in a Zimbabwean wetland over 24 months. LPAI strains were detected during 20 consecutive months, providing the first evidence of regional yearly persistence of LPAI. We discuss the role ...