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Genotyping of Brucella melitensis and Brucella abortus strains in Kazakhstan using MLVA-15.
Currently, although the prevalence of brucellosis in Kazakhstan remains high, there are limited data available on the genetic diversity of circulating Brucella strains. Here, MLVA was employed toExpand
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Economic and health burden of brucellosis in Kazakhstan
Brucellosis is a widespread zoonotic disease considered as an emerging and re‐emerging disease with a resulting threat of public health and animal health. Official reports document an animalExpand
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Epidemiology of echinococcosis in Kazakhstan: an update.
Kazakhstan is highly endemic for echinococcosis. Both Echinococcus granulosus and E. multilocularis are widely distributed in the country. Official records of human cystic echinococcosis over theExpand
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Development and evaluation of a novel real-time RT-PCR to detect foot-and-mouth disease viruses from the emerging A/ASIA/G-VII lineage
A new lineage of foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV), called A/ASIA/G-VII, emerged from the Indian subcontinent in 2015 and continues to spread in Western Asia. Currently, the distribution of virusesExpand
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Psychoregulatory role of nicotinamide
: In the experiment and clinics, psychotropic effect of nicotinamide (tranquilized and nootropic activity) has been established. It has been shown that nicotinamide in conflict situation hasExpand
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Maximum entropy modeling risk of anthrax in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The objective of this study was to zone the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan (RK) into risk categories according to the probability of anthrax emergence in farm animals as stipulated by theExpand
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Epidemiology of fishborne trematodiasis in Kazakhstan.
Fish borne trematodes are an important cause of morbidity in Kazakhstan. The number of human cases of opisthorchiidosis (infection with parasites of the family opisthorchiidae) reached a peak of 2521Expand
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Zoning the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan as to the risk of rabies among various categories of animals.
This paper presents the zoning of the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan with respect to the risk of rabies outbreaks in domestic and wild animals considering environmental and climaticExpand
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Spatiotemporal analysis of foot‐and‐mouth disease outbreaks in the Republic of Kazakhstan, 1955 – 2013
Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) poses a significant obstacle to international trade and economic development, and for that reason, FMD prevention, control and eradication are major goals guiding animalExpand
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Complete Coding Sequence of a Lumpy Skin Disease Virus Strain Isolated during the 2016 Outbreak in Kazakhstan
Lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV) causes an economically important disease in cattle. Here, we report the complete coding sequence of the LSDV isolate Kubash/KAZ/16, detected in a clinical sample fromExpand
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