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Viral Zoonoses and Food of Animal Origin : A Re-Evaluation of Possible Hazards for Human Health :  A Re-Evaluation of Possible Hazards for Human Health - Oskar-Ruger Kaaden

Viral Zoonoses and Food of Animal Origin : A Re-Evaluation of Possible Hazards for Human Health

A Re-Evaluation of Possible Hazards for Human Health

By: Oskar-Ruger Kaaden (Editor), Claus-Peter Czerny (Editor), Werner Eichhorn (Editor)

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Baxby, D., Bennett, M.: Cowpox: a re-evaluation of the risks of human cowpox based on new epidemiological information.- Czerny, C.-P., et al.: Characterization of a cowpox-like orthopox virus which had caused a lethal infection in man.- Mercer, A., et al.: Molecular genetic analyses of parapoxviruses pathogenic for humans.- Bugert, J.J., Darai, G.: Recent advances in molluscum contagiosum virus research.- Tidona, C.A., Darai, G.: Molecular anatomy of lymphocystis disease virus.- Büttner, M., et al.: Detection of virus or virus specific nucleic acid in foodstuff or bioproducts ' hazards and risk assessment.- Pillai, S.D.: Rapid molecular detection of microbial pathogens: breakthroughs and challenges.- Müller, W.W.: Where do we stand with oral vaccination of foxes against rabies in Europe.- Bauer, K.: Foot-and-Mouth disease as zoonosis.- Scholtissek, C.: Molecular epidemiology of influenza.- Webster, R.G.: Influenza virus: transmission between species and relevance to emergence of the next human pandemic.- Deng, R., et al.: Functional chimeric HN glycoproteins derived from Newcastle disease virus and human parainfluenza virus-3.- Desselberger, U.: Viral factors determining rotavirus pathogenicity.- Clarke, I.N., Lambden, P.R.: Viral zoonoses and food of animal origin: caliciviruses and human disease.- Green, K.Y.: The role of human caliciviruses in epidemic gastroenteritis.- Bode, L., Ludwig, H.: Clinical similarities and close genetic relationship of human and animal Borna disease virus.- Herzog, S., et al.: Molecular characterization of Borna disease virus fromnaturally infected animals and possible links to human disorders.- Le Guenno, B.: Haemorrhagic fevers and ecological perturbations.- Sawitzky, D.: Transmission, species specificity, and pathogenicity of Aujeszky's disease virus.- Stöhr, K., Meslin, F.X.: The role of veterinary public health in the prevention of zoonoses.- Stolle, A., Sperner, B.: Viral infections transmitted by food of animal origin: the present situation in the European Union.- Süss, J., et al.: Viral zoonosis from the viewpoint of their epidemiological surveillance: tick-borne encephalitis as a model.- Werz, W., et al.: Strategies to avoid virus transmissions by biopharmaceutic products.

Cowpox: a re-evaluation of the risks of human cowpox based on new epidemiological informationp. 1
Characterization of a cowpox-like orthopox virus which had caused a lethal infection in manp. 13
Molecular genetic analyses of parapoxviruses pathogenic for humansp. 25
Recent advances in molluscum contagiosum virus researchp. 35
Molecular anatomy of lymphocystis disease virusp. 49
Detection of virus or virus specific nucleic acid in foodstuff or bioproducts - hazards and risk assessmentp. 57
Rapid molecular detection of microbial pathogens: breakthroughs and challengesp. 67
Where do we stand with oral vaccination of foxes against rabies in Europe?p. 83
Foot-and-mouth disease as zoonosisp. 95
Molecular epidemiology of influenzap. 99
Influenza virus: transmission between species and relevance to emergence of the next human pandemicp. 105
Functional chimeric HN glycoproteins derived from Newcastle disease virus and human parainfluenza virus-3p. 115
Viral factors determining rotavirus pathogenicityp. 131
Viral zoonoses and food of animal origin: caliciviruses and human diseasep. 141
The role of human caliciviruses in epidemic gastroenteritisp. 153
Clinical similarities and close genetic relationship of human and animal Borna disease virusp. 167
Molecular characterization of Borna disease virus from naturally infected animals and possible links to human disordersp. 183
Haemorrhagic fevers and ecological perturbationsp. 191
Transmission, species specificity, and pathogenicity of Aujeszky's disease virusp. 201
The role of veterinary public health in the prevention of zoonosesp. 207
Viral infections transmitted by food of animal origin: the present situation in the European Unionp. 219
Viral zoonosis from the viewpoint of their epidemiological surveillance: tick-borne encephalitis as a modelp. 229
Strategies to avoid virus transmissions by biopharmaceutic productsp. 245
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ISBN: 9783211829271
ISBN-10: 321182927X
Series: ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY SUPPLEMENT
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: December 2001
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: AT
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 28.58  x 0.64
Weight (kg): 1.0