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Molecular detection of bat coronaviruses in three bat species in Indonesia

Dharmayanti NLPI, Nurjanah D, Nuradji H, Maryanto I, Exploitasia I, Indriani R

Bats are an important reservoir of several zoonotic diseases. However, the circulation of bat coronaviruses (BatCoV) in live animal markets in Indonesia has not been reported. Genetic characterization of BatCoV...
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Neglected paths of transmission of milkborne brucellosis and tuberculosis in developing countries: novel control opportunities

Milton AAP, Das S, Ghatak S

Brucellosis and tuberculosis are lingering zoonotic infections that are endemic in many developing parts of the world, with considerable economic and health costs. Although guidelines for the control of these...
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Major enteropathogens in humans, domestic animals, and environmental soil samples from the same locality: prevalence and transmission considerations in coastal Odisha, India

Shrivastava AK, Mohakud NK, Panda S, Patra SD, Kumar S, Sahu PS

Objectives: Regions with limited sanitation facilities have higher rates of infections with various enteric pathogens. It is therefore important to identify different hosts and their relative contribution to pathogen shedding...
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Hepatitis E Virus: Epidemiology, Diagnosis, and Management

Heo NY

The HEV is a known cause of water-borne outbreaks of acute non-A non-B hepatitis in developing countries, which affects young people and may result in high mortality in pregnant women....
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A Case Report of Human Brucellosis Found by Zoonoses Surveillance System Based on One Health

Kim DS, Park SJ, Lee K

Brucellosis is one of the zoonoses, and it is a disease that is almost eliminated in South Korea. This disease is also known as a representative disease of one health....
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Evolutionary relationship analysis of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus 4a and 4b protein coding sequences

Kim JI, Park S, Bae JY, Park MS

The 4a and 4b proteins of the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) have been described for their antagonism on host innate immunity. However, unlike clustering patterns of the complete...
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Challenges of influenza A viruses in humans and animals and current animal vaccines as an effective control measure

Yoo SJ, Kwon T, Lyoo YS

Influenza A viruses (IAVs) are genetically diverse and variable pathogens that share various hosts including human, swine, and domestic poultry. Interspecies and intercontinental viral spreads make the ecology of IAV...
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One Health Perspectives on Emerging Public Health Threats

Ryu S, Kim BI, Lim JS, Tan CS, Chun BC

Antimicrobial resistance and emerging infectious diseases, including avian influenza, Ebola virus disease, and Zika virus disease have significantly affected humankind in recent years. In the premodern era, no distinction was...
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Prevalence of bovine tuberculosis, brucellosis and Q fever in Korean black goats

Kim H, Kim S, Kim K, Kim B, Chang B, Choe NH

As the meat of black goats has become popular as a healthy food, domestic goat meat-related industries are steadily growing. However, previous studies are scarce of informations about the zoonotic...
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A Survey on the Status of Hepatitis E Virus Infection Among Slaughterhouse Workers in South Korea

Kim BS, Lim HS, Lee K, Min YS, Yoon YS, Jeong HS

OBJECTIVES: The seroprevalence of hepatitis E virus (HEV) among high-risk groups overseas is high, but studies in these groups are rare in South Korea. We conducted the present study from...
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Awareness on Zoonoses among Pig Farmers in Korea

Yoo SJ, Lim HS, Lee K

OBJECTIVES: Pig farmers are known as the high risk group for the zoonoses, but the study for pig farmers to zoonoses has been rare in Korea. So we surveyed the...
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Zoonotic encephalitides caused by arboviruses: transmission and epidemiology of alphaviruses and flaviviruses

Go YY, Balasuriya UBR, Lee CK

In this review, we mainly focus on zoonotic encephalitides caused by arthropod-borne viruses (arboviruses) of the families Flaviviridae (genus Flavivirus) and Togaviridae (genus Alphavirus) that are important in both humans...
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Hepatitis E virus infections in humans and animals

Song YJ, Park WJ, Park BJ, Lee JB, Park SY, Song CS, Lee NH, Seo KH, Kang YS, Choi IS

Hepatitis E has traditionally been considered an endemic disease of developing countries. It generally spreads through contaminated water. However, seroprevalence studies have shown that hepatitis E virus (HEV) infections are...
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Emerging Zoonoses: the "One Health Approach"

Rabozzi G, Bonizzi L, Crespi E, Somaruga C, Sokooti M, Tabibi R, Vellere F, Brambilla , Colosio C

  • KMID: 2317048
  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2012 Mar;3(1):77-83.
Zoonoses represent a public health risk recently pointed out by the spreading of previously unknown human infectious diseases emerging from animal reservoirs such as severe acute respiratory syndrome and avian...
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Awareness of Zoonoses among Cattle Slaughterhouse Workers in Korea

Lim HS, Yoo SJ, Lee K

  • KMID: 2285787
  • J Agric Med Community Health.
  • 2009 Jun;34(1):101-112.
OBJECTIVES: Cattle slaughterhouse workers are known as the high risk group for the zoonoses. We surveyed the awareness of zoonoses among cattle slaughterhouse workers to suggest direction of education and...
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Prevalence of Zoonotic Metacercariae in Two Species of Grouper, Epinephelus coioides and Epinephelus bleekeri, and Flathead Mullet, Mugil cephalus, in Vietnam

Vo DT, Murrell D, Dalsgaard , Bristow G, Nguyen DH, Bui TN, Vo DT

Fishborne zoonotic metacercariae have not been reported from brackish water and marine fish from Vietnam waters although these parasites are common in the country's freshwater fish. Both wild-caught and cultured...
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Survey for zoonotic liver and intestinal trematode metacercariae in cultured and wild fish in An Giang Province, Vietnam

Thu ND, Dalsgaard , Loan LT, Murrell KD

Although Vietnam has a high risk of fishborne zoonotic trematode (FZT) infections for humans, little information exists on the epidemiology of these infections in the country's fish. Because of the...
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Food-Borne Parasitic Diseases

Rim HJ

It is obvious that the general status of parasitic infections in Korea has shown a marked decrease, particularly in soil-transmitted helminthic infections. However, food-borne parasitic infections are still regarded as...
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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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Anthrax: An Overview

Lim HS, Song YG, Yoo HS, Keun SW, Kim JW

  • KMID: 2303899
  • Korean J Epidemiol.
  • 2005 Jun;27(1):12-25.
Human anthrax has been a zoonotic disease affecting those who have close contact with animals or animal products contaminated with the spore-forming bacterium Bacillus anthracis. Now the incidence of anthrax...
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