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Browse by Species: Animals, Wild (37 articles)

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Dobson AP
Virology. What links bats to emerging infectious diseases?
Science 2005 Oct 28;310(5748):628-9.
Epstein PR
Climate change and human health.
N Engl J Med 2005 Oct 6;353(14):1433-6.
Kuiken T, Leighton FA, Fouchier RA, LeDuc JW, Peiris JS, Schudel A, Stohr K, Osterhaus AD
Public health. Pathogen surveillance in animals.
Science 2005 Sep 9;309(5741):1680-1.
Karesh WB, Cook RA, Bennett EL, Newcomb J
Wildlife trade and global disease emergence.
Emerg Infect Dis 2005 Jul;11(7):1000-2.
Cunningham SA
Incident, accident, catastrophe: cyanide on the Danube.
Disasters 2005 Jun;29(2):99-128.
Webster RG
Wet markets--a continuing source of severe acute respiratory syndrome and influenza?.
Lancet. 363(9404):234-6, 2004 Jan 17.
Peterson AT, Carroll DS, Mills JN, Johnson KM
Potential mammalian filovirus reservoirs.
Emerg Infect Dis 2004 Dec;10(12):2073-81.
Klempner MS, Shapiro DS
Crossing the species barrier--one small step to man, one giant leap to mankind.[comment].
New England Journal of Medicine. 350(12):1171-2, 2004 Mar 18.
Normile D
Infectious diseases. Viral DNA match spurs China's civet roundup.
Science. 303(5656):292, 2004 Jan 16.
Kruse H, kirkemo AM, Handeland K
Wildlife as source of zoonotic infections.
Emerg Infect Dis 2004 Dec;10(12):2067-72.
Getting out into the field, and forest.
The Lancet Infectious Diseases. 4(3):127, 2004 Mar.
Wilson JF
Risks from microbes on the rise: reasons why and ways to prevent future epidemics.
Annals of Internal Medicine. 140(6):497-500, 2004 Mar 16.
Bengis RG, Leighton FA, Fischer JR, Artois M, Morner T, Tate CM
The role of wildlife in emerging and re-emerging zoonoses. [Review] [62 refs]
Revue Scientifique et Technique. 23(2):497-511, 2004 Aug.
Eisler R, Wiemeyer SN
Cyanide hazards to plants and animals from gold mining and related water issues.
Rev Environ Contam Toxicol 2004;183:21-54.
O'Rourke K
Disease spillover woes.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 223(8):1097-9, 2003 Oct 15.
Gottlieb S
Chinese scientists must test wild animals to find the host of SARS.
BMJ. 326(7399):1109, 2003 May 24.
Kendall RJ, Smith PN
Wildlife toxicology revisited.
Environmental Science & Technology. 37(9):178A-183A, 2003 May 1.
Chua KB
Nipah virus outbreak in Malaysia. [Review] [64 refs]
Journal of Clinical Virology. 26(3):265-75, 2003 Apr.
Normile D
Infectious diseases. SARS experts in China urge wider animal testing.
Science. 301(5638):1303-4, 2003 Sep 5.
Fouchier RA, Osterhaus AD, Brown IH
Animal influenza virus surveillance.
Vaccine. 21(16):1754-7, 2003 May 1.
Hugh-Jones ME, de Vos V
Anthrax and wildlife.
Rev Sci Tech 2002 Aug;21(2):359-83.
Dudley JP, Woodford MH
Bioweapons, bioterrorism and biodiversity: potential impacts of biological weapons attacks on agricultural and biological diversity.
Rev Sci Tech 2002 Apr;21(1):125-37.
Morner T, Obendorf DL, Artois M, Woodford MH
Surveillance and monitoring of wildlife diseases.
Rev Sci Tech 2002 Apr;21(1):67-76.
Bricker BJ
Diagnostic strategies used for the identification of Brucella.
Vet Microbiol 2002 Dec 20;90(1-4):433-4.
Kirkland PD, Daniels PW, Nor MN, Love RJ, Philbey AW, Ross AD
Menangle and Nipah virus infections of pigs. [Review] [39 refs]
Veterinary Clinics of North America - Food Animal Practice. 18(3):557-71, ix, 2002 Nov.
Simpson VR
Wild animals as reservoirs of infectious diseases in the UK.[see comment]. [Review] [169 refs]
Veterinary Journal. 163(2):128-46, 2002 Mar.
Williams ES, Yuill T, Artois M, Fischer J, Haigh SA
Emerging infectious diseases in wildlife. [Review] [143 refs]
Revue Scientifique et Technique. 21(1):139-57, 2002 Apr.
Hooper PT, Williamson MM
Hendra and Nipah virus infections. [Review] [27 refs]
Veterinary Clinics of North America - Equine Practice. 16(3):597-603, xi, 2000 Dec.
van der Schalie WH, Gardner HS Jr, Bantle JA, De Rosa CT, Finch RA, Reif JS, Reuter RH, Backer LC, Burger J, Folmar LC, Stokes WS
Animals as sentinels of human health hazards of environmental chemicals.
Environ Health Perspect 1999 Apr;107(4):309-15.
Hirai K, To H
Advances in the understanding of Coxiella burnetii infection in Japan.
J Vet Med Sci 1998 Jul;60(7):781-90.
McManus DP
Wildlife reservoir for human hydatidosis.
Med J Aust 1996 Jun 17;164(12):757.
O'Brien DJ, Kaneene JB, Poppenga RH
The use of mammals as sentinels for human exposure to toxic contaminants in the environment.
Environ Health Perspect 1993 Mar;99:351-68.
Fox GA
Practical causal inference for ecoepidemiologists.
J Toxicol Environ Health 1991 Aug;33(4):359-73.
Bradsher RW
Water and blastomycosis: don't blame beaver.
Am Rev Respir Dis 1987 Dec;136(6):1324-6.
Shupe JL, Olson AE, Sharma RP
Fluoride toxicity in domestic and wild animals.
Clin Toxicol 1972;5(2):195-213.
Reid HW, Burridge MJ, Pullan NB, Sutherst RW, Wain EB
Survey for trypanosome infections in domestic cattle and wild animals in areas of East Africa. IV. Stercorarian trypanosome infections in cattle and wild animals in East Africa.
Br Vet J 1970 Dec;126(12):642-7.
Young LS, Sherman IL
Tularemia in the United States: recent trends and a major epidemic in 1968.
J Infect Dis 1969 Jan;119(1):109-10.

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