EU One Health report: drop in reported zoonotic diseases in humans and foodborne outbreaks in 2020

2022-02-11T12:28:26+01:00December 10th 2021|Diseases at the animal/human Interface, Food risk communication, Monitoring & Prevention, Salmonellosis|

Campylobacteriosis was the most reported zoonosis in the EU in 2020, with 120,946 cases compared to more than 220,000 the previous year. It was followed ...

Salmonella Infantis in broiler farms. Cleaning and disinfection procedures: an issue to explore

2022-02-11T12:28:26+01:00November 16th 2021|Research & Projects, Salmonellosis|

Salmonella Infantis is considered an emerging serovar in Europe and is widespread across the entire poultry foodchain. Currently it is one of the most frequently isolated ...

Isolation of a strain belonging to a new Salmonella serovar

2021-10-26T12:29:58+02:00July 19th 2021|Research & Projects, Salmonellosis|

The Italian National and OIE Reference Centre for Salmonellosis of the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie (IZSVe) has identified a strain of Salmonella attributable to ...

VetBioNet, how to access laboratories and samples of the network

2020-04-14T18:11:56+02:00March 5th 2018|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Diseases at the animal/human Interface, Fish, crustacean and mollusc pathology, Rabies, Research & Projects, Salmonellosis, Veterinary biobank|

VetBioNet is an infrastructure project - funded by the European Commission in the context of Horizon 2020 - that aims to establish and maintain a comprehensive ...

Ready-to-eat salad: is it safe for consumption? The effectiveness of the washing methods

2020-04-14T18:38:31+02:00July 21st 2015|Food risk communication, Research & Projects, Salmonellosis|

Washing fruits and vegetables is the only way to reduce microbial pathogens, both at domestic and industrial level. In the summertime the consumption ...

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