• Publications
  • Influence
[Veterinary epidemiology].
  • B. Chomel
  • Medicine
  • Revue d'epidemiologie et de sante publique
  • 1991
The author describes the specifics of veterinary epidemiology, in particular its domain and objectives. The large diversity of data sources are partly limited by the lack of standardized nomenclatureExpand
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Ticks and tick-borne diseases: a One Health perspective.
Tick-borne diseases are common occurrences in both the medical and veterinary clinical settings. In addition to the constraints related to their diagnosis and clinical management, the control andExpand
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Factors associated with the rapid emergence of zoonotic Bartonella infections.
Within the last 15 years, several bacteria of the genus Bartonella were recognized as zoonotic agents in humans and isolated from various mammalian reservoirs. Based on either isolation of theExpand
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Experimental transmission of Bartonella henselae by the cat flea.
Bartonella henselae is an emerging bacterial pathogen, causing cat scratch disease and bacillary angiomatosis. Cats bacteremic with B. henselae constitute a large reservoir from which humans becomeExpand
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Molecular, clinical, and pathologic comparison of two distinct strains of Haemobartonella felis in domestic cats.
OBJECTIVE To characterize 2 strains of Haemobartonella felis by use of molecular techniques. ANIMALS 35 specific-pathogen-free cats, 6 months to 4 years old. PROCEDURE Intraperitoneal or IVExpand
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Bartonella Spp. in Pets and Effect on Human Health
Pets represent a large reservoir for human infection.
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Wildlife, Exotic Pets, and Emerging Zoonoses1
Wildlife and exotic pets represent large reservoirs for emerging zoonoses.
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Bartonella henselae prevalence in domestic cats in California: risk factors and association between bacteremia and antibody titers.
The isolation of Bartonella henselae, the agent of cat scratch disease, from the blood of naturally infected domestic cats and the demonstration that cats remain bacteremic for several months suggestExpand
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Bartonellosis: an emerging infectious disease of zoonotic importance to animals and human beings.
OBJECTIVE To provide a review of clinically relevant observations related to Bartonella species as emerging pathogens in veterinary and human medicine. DATA SOURCES Literature as cited in PubMedExpand
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A family of variably expressed outer-membrane proteins (Vomp) mediates adhesion and autoaggregation in Bartonella quintana.
Bartonella species are fastidious, Gram-negative human pathogens that can persist in the host bloodstream for years and bind to and invade several types of host cells. For many pathogens, adhesion toExpand
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