J. W. ten Veen

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The last decade has seen a marked increase in highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) outbreaks around the world. This increase and the zoonotic potential of some of the HPAI viruses are of great concern to animal and public health as well as biodiversity. It is now well recognized that global influenza virus surveillance in wild birds can play a key role(More)
An outbreak of tuberculosis caused by M. bovis in imported Alpaca's in the Netherlands is reported. A review of the outbreak of the disease is followed by a more detailed discussion of the symptoms, diagnostic testing with the tuberculin skin test and the ELISA test, the gross lesions, the bacteriological examinations, the control measures and the legal(More)
Citation for published version (APA): Dieleman, J. P., Sturkenboom, M. C., Wit, F. W. N. M., Jambroes, M., Mulder, J. W., ten Veen, J. H., ... van der Ende, M. E. (2002). Low risk of treatment failure after substitution of nevirapine for protease inhibitors among human immunodeficiency virus-infected patients with virus suppression. The Journal of(More)
In the Netherlands, in 1988, a micro-epidemic of tuberculosis in alpacas recently imported from Peru prompted health authorities to initiate investigation of human and animal contacts. Although the animal trainer and his assistant suffered from pulmonary tuberculosis, they turned out to be infected by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, while the animals later(More)
In einer großen Brutkolonie von Brandseeschwalben(Sterna sandvicensis) auf der Insel Griend im holländischen Wattenmeer war die Anzahl der Brutvögel von > 20 000 Paaren im Jahre 1955 auf etwa 1000 Paare im Jahre 1965 zurückgegangen. Viele Vögel wurden tot oder sterbend mit Krampfsymptomen aufgefunden. Organe und Blut dieser Vögel wurden auf ihren Gehalt an(More)
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