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Brucellosis and Q-fever seroprevalences of nomadic pastoralists and their livestock in Chad.
As a part of a research-and-action partnership between public health and veterinary medicine, the relationships between the seroprevalences of brucellosis and Q-fever in humans and livestock wereExpand
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From “one medicine” to “one health” and systemic approaches to health and well-being☆
Faced with complex patterns of global change, the inextricable interconnection of humans, pet animals, livestock and wildlife and their social and ecological environment is evident and requiresExpand
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Invited review: Role of livestock in human nutrition and health for poverty reduction in developing countries.
Livestock keeping is critical for many of the poor in the developing world, often contributing to multiple livelihood objectives and offering pathways out of poverty. Livestock keeping also affectsExpand
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Human Benefits of Animal Interventions for Zoonosis Control
Animal interventions to control zoonoses save money, even in resource-limited countries.
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Global Burden of Human Brucellosis: A Systematic Review of Disease Frequency
Background This report presents a systematic review of scientific literature published between 1990–2010 relating to the frequency of human brucellosis, commissioned by WHO. The objectives were toExpand
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Mycobacterium bovis Isolates from Tuberculous Lesions in Chadian Zebu Carcasses
This slaughterhouse study in Chad shows higher proportions of Mycobacterium bovis isolates among Mbororo than Arabe zebu cattle. Spoligotyping shows a homogenetic population structure for M. bovisExpand
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Seroprevalence of Brucellosis and Q-Fever in Southeast Ethiopian Pastoral Livestock.
To assess seroprevalences of Brucella and C. burnetii in pastoral livestock in southeast Ethiopia, a cross-sectional study was carried out in three livestock species (cattle, camels and goats). TheExpand
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Risk factors of bovine tuberculosis in cattle in rural livestock production systems of Ethiopia
This study shows a representative stratified cluster sample survey of the prevalence of comparative intradermal tuberculin test in cattle from four regions in Ethiopia. Using a cut-off for positivityExpand
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Zoonotic Transmission of Tuberculosis Between Pastoralists and Their Livestock in South-East Ethiopia
Despite huge global efforts in tuberculosis (TB) control, pastoral areas remain under-investigated. During two years sputum and fine needle aspirate (FNA) specimens were collected from 260 EthiopianExpand
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Prevalence of bovine tuberculosis in pastoral cattle herds in the Oromia region, southern Ethiopia
A cross-sectional study of bovine tuberculosis (BTB) was conducted in pastoral cattle herds in southern Ethiopia, from February to August 2008 using the comparative intradermal tuberculin test. TheExpand
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