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Natural toxins in honey, a laboratory method for detecting their presence

2020-04-14T18:20:31+02:00June 24th 2017|Beekeeping, Research & Projects|

The Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie has developed and validated a method for the determination of some natural toxins in honey: pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs) and ...

MedAID. An H2020 research project to stand up Mediterranean fish farming

2020-04-14T18:20:41+02:00June 12th 2017|Fish, crustacean and mollusc pathology, Research & Projects|

A 20% increase in sustainable aquaculture production in the Mediterranean: that's the target of the European Commission and MedAID (Mediterranean Aquaculture Integrated Development), a four ...

Rome, 4th October 2017. Conference «Avian influenza. A global threat»

2020-04-14T18:21:23+02:00May 31st 2017|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Emerging avian disease, Training & Events|

Wednesday, 4th October 2017 the conference «Avian influenza: a global threat» will be held at the Italian Ministry of Health headquarter in Rome (Via Giorgio Ribotta, ...

Novimark. Studying Novirhabdoviruses to improve the health of trout and salmon

2020-04-14T18:21:29+02:00May 23rd 2017|Fish, crustacean and mollusc pathology, Research & Projects|

The infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHNV) and the viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV) are the causative agents of two major infectious diseases severely affecting the ...

Completion of the implementation of the Italian National Guidelines for AAI on national territory

2020-04-14T18:21:35+02:00May 10th 2017|Pet Therapy, Research & Projects|

In April this year, the implementation of the Agreement between the Government, the Regions and the Autonomous Provinces of Trento and Bolzano on the document ...

Leptospirosis in dogs and cats: diffusion in Italy and effectiveness of diagnostic methods and vaccines

2020-04-14T18:21:42+02:00April 27th 2017|Research & Projects|

Leptospires thrive in flooded places and during floods. Still within living memory, leptospirosis was an endemic disease in northern Italy, even for humans. Nowadays ...

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