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Review of Brucellosis in Nepal

Acharya KP, Kaphle K, Shrestha K, Garin-Bastuj B, Smits HL

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this paper is to evaluate the current status of the disease, the mechanism of infection, and pathogenesis, its zoonotic potential, diagnostic advances, treatment regimens, and the...
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Epidemiology of brucellosis among cattle in Korea from 2001 to 2011

Yoon H, Moon OK, Lee SH, Lee WC, Her M, Jeong W, Jung SC, Kim DS

In the present study, the outbreak patterns of bovine brucellosis in Korea from 2000 to 2011 were analyzed to understand the epidemiological evolution of this disease in the country. A...
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Protective effects of recombinant Brucella abortus Omp28 against infection with a virulent strain of Brucella abortus 544 in mice

Lim JJ, Kim DH, Lee JJ, Kim DG, Min W, Lee HJ, Rhee MH, Kim S

The outer membrane proteins (OMPs) of Brucella (B.) abortus have been extensively studied, but their immunogenicity and protective ability against B. abortus infection are still unclear. In the present study,...
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Epidemiological characteristics of bovine brucellosis in Korea, 2000~2004

Nam HM, Yoon H, Kim CH, More SJ, Kim SJ, Lee BY, Park CK, Jeon JM, Wee SH

  • KMID: 1435795
  • Korean J Vet Res.
  • 2012 Mar;52(1):19-24.
This paper describes the epidemiological characteristics of bovine brucellosis in Korea during January 2000~September 2004, which encompasses the period when the incidence of bovine brucellosis increased abruptly. Data from the...
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Seroprevalence and risk factors for bovine brucellosis in Jordan

Al-Majali , Talafha AQ, Ababneh MM, Ababneh MM

We investigated the seroprevalence and risk factors for Brucella seropositivity in cattle in Jordan. The sera from 671 cows were randomly collected from 62 herds. The antibodies against Brucella were...
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Brucellar Spondylodiscitis in an Endemic Bovine Brucellosis Region of Korea: A Case Report

Park KS, Cho DC, Sung JK

  • KMID: 1486708
  • Korean J Spine.
  • 2008 Dec;5(4):267-270.
Human brucellosis is an endemic zoonotic disease that is rare in Korea. However, there have been regional increases in its prevalence. Spondylodiscitis is a common osteoarticular complication of brucellar infection...
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Seroprevalence of Brucellosis among Risk Population in Gyeongsangbuk-do, 2006

Lee K, Lim HS, Park WW, Kim SH, Lee DY, Park MY, Hur Y

OBJECTIVES: Cases of human brucellosis in Korea have recently increased due to the increasing incidence of bovine brucellosis. The authors conducted this study to elucidate the status of brucellosis...
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Diagnostic Experience in the 3 Human Brucellosis Cases by the Microbiologic, Serologic and Gene Tests

Ha GY, Choi YS, Kim MY, Lee YH, Lee KS, Hwang KJ, Pak MY

  • KMID: 2300461
  • Korean J Clin Microbiol.
  • 2007 Oct;10(2):154-159.
Brucellosis is a zoonosis caused by Brucella species. B. melitensis, B. suis, B. abortus and B. canis can infect humans. Recently, as the cases of bovine brucellosis have increased every...
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Identification of Brucella abortus using the sequencing of omp gene

Lee YJ, Ko KS, Park MY, Oh WS, Kwon KT, Ryu SY, Heo ST, Peck KR, Lee NY, Song JH

  • KMID: 2256646
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2006 Jul;71(1):10-16.
BACKGROUND: As the incidence of bovine brucellosis increases in Korea, the incidence of human brucellosis is also increasing since 2002. However, it is difficult to identify Brucella species by using...
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Clinical Characteristics of Human Brucellosis in South Korea

Kim YS, Sill CY, Oh WS, Kwon KT, Lee H, Lee SH, Son JS, Kim SW, Chang HH, Jung SI, Ko KS, Park MY, Peck KR, Song JH

  • KMID: 2285062
  • Infect Chemother.
  • 2006 Dec;38(6):334-343.
BACKGROUND: Since the first Korean case of human brucellosis was reported in 2002, the incidence of human brucellosis has been rapidly increasing. We performed this study to evaluate the clinical...
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Prevalence of Brucella antibodies in sera of cows in Bangladesh

Amin KM, Rahman MB, Rahman MS, Han JC, Park JH, Chae JS

  • KMID: 1091203
  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2005 Sep;6(3):223-226.
The study was carried out to investigate the prevalence of Brucella antibodies in sera of 120 cows in Bangladesh Agricultural University Dairy Farm and adjacent villages, Bangladesh. The epidemiological history...
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Brucellosis: An Overview

Lim HS, Song YG, Yoo HS, Park MY, Kim JW

  • KMID: 2303900
  • Korean J Epidemiol.
  • 2005 Jun;27(1):26-36.
Brucellosis is zoonotic disease of worldwide distribution and still remains endemic in some developing countries. The main pathogenic species worldwide are B. abortus, responsible for bovine brucellosis, B. melitensis. The...
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A Sporadic Outbreak of Human Brucellosis in Korea

Park MY, Lee CS, Choi YS, Park SJ, Lee JS, Lee HB

Eleven cases of human brucellosis occurred among livestock workers and a veterinarian who lived and worked in a rural area around Jeongeup City, Jeollabuk-Do, Korea from February 2003 to August...
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Brucellosis

Lim HS

Brucellosis is a systemic bacterial disease with an acute or insidious onset, characterized by continued, intermittent, or irregular fever of variable duration, headache, weakness, sweating, chills, arthralgia, depression, weight loss,...
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Seroepidemiologic Study of Brucellosis in Cheju Island

Yeom JS, Jung HC, Nam JH, Choi YH, Song YG, Kim E, Kim HS, Suh I, Kim JM

  • KMID: 2115878
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1998 Apr;30(2):165-172.
BACKGROUND: Brucellosis is a zoonosis caused by the gram-negative coccobacilli Brucella. Humans are infected by ingestion of unpasteurized milk or dairy products from or by direct contact with infected animals....
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