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What is veterinary epidemiological surveillance? [Video]

2022-09-01T12:59:17+02:00September 7th 2022|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Communication & Media, Diseases at the animal/human Interface, Emerging avian disease, Fish, crustacean and mollusc pathology, Highlights, Rabies, Salmonellosis|

Veterinary epidemiology studies health status and diseases in animal populations in order to identify determinants underlying the spread both to other animals and, in some ...

What is meant by DNA sequencing? [Video]

2022-05-30T08:59:46+02:00July 28th 2022|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Communication & Media, Diseases at the animal/human Interface, Emerging avian disease, Fish, crustacean and mollusc pathology, Rabies, Salmonellosis, Veterinary biobank|

DNA sequencing is performed in healthcare settings to identify pathogenic micro-organisms and study their molecular composition. It therefore contributes to the diagnosis of infectious diseases ...

Genetic characterization and spatial analysis of HPAI H5Nx viruses identified in Europe over the period 16 October – 24 November 2020

2021-10-26T12:29:58+02:00December 16th 2020|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Research & Projects|

This report describes the genetic characteristics of the complete genomes of 27 European HPAI H5N8, H5N5 and H5N1 viruses recently identified in Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, ...

Avian influenza, the OIE twinning project between Italy and Nigeria was completed

2021-03-05T09:59:26+01:00December 7th 2020|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, International cooperation, Research & Projects|

Today as never before building strong international collaborations is essential. This is the final message that emerged from the final meeting of the OIE Twinning ...

Avian influenza: Alert for all Member States of the European Union

2021-10-26T12:29:58+02:00October 6th 2020|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Monitoring & Prevention|

Following the confirmation of several outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) of the subtype H5 among wild and domestic birds in western Russia and ...

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