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Avian Influenza H5N1 in Tigers and Leopards
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It is demonstrated that avian influenza A (H5N1) virus caused severe pneumonia in tigers and leopards that fed on infected poultry carcasses and has implications for influenza virus epidemiology and wildlife conservation. Expand
Ecologic risk factor investigation of clusters of avian influenza A (H5N1) virus infection in Thailand.
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A strong association between subdistricts with H5N1 virus-infected poultry flocks and evidence of prior and concomitant H 5N1 infection in wild birds in the same subdist District are observed. Expand
Investigation on predominant Leptospira serovars and its distribution in humans and livestock in Thailand, 2010-2015
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The results indicated that livestock is more susceptible to infection by serovar Shermani when compared to humans, which may guide public health policy makers to implement appropriate control measures and help to reduce the impact of leptospirosis in Thailand. Expand
COMPARISON OF OUTBREAKS OF H5N1 HIGHLY PATHOGENIC AVIAN INFLUENZA IN WILD BIRDS AND POULTRY IN THAILAND
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Wild bird surveillance from 2004 to 2007 in Thailand indicated that the prevalence of infection with avian influenza H5N1 virus in wild birds was low, but the annual prevalence varied considerably over this period, with a peak of 2.8% in 2007. Expand
Ectoparasitic fauna of birds, and volant and non-volant small mammals captured at Srinakarin Dam, Kanchanaburi, Thailand.
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This is the first survey conducted to determine ectoparasites infesting birds and small mammals living in the reserved forest of Srinakarin Dam, Thailand, with no major potential health risks to people who lived in this area. Expand
Molecular epidemiology of gibbon hepatitis B virus transmission.
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Although some of the animal caretakers at the Krabok Koo Wildlife Breeding Centre were found to be chronic HBV carriers, genotype and sequence analysis did not reveal any evidence for zoonotic disease transmission. Expand
A survey of ectoparasitic arthropods on domestic animals in Tak Province, Thailand.
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In July 2008 a survey of ectoparasites on domestic animals was conducted in the Royal Thai Army areas of operation along the Thai-Myanmar Border, Tak Province, Thailand, and is believed to be the first report of S. capillatus collected in Thailand. Expand
Host Cytokine Responses of Pigeons Infected with Highly Pathogenic Thai Avian Influenza Viruses of Subtype H5N1 Isolated from Wild Birds
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This study has provided the first insight into host immune responses of pigeons against HPAIV infection and induced efficient replication in the lungs compared to T.sparrow05, but did not induce excessive host cytokine expressions. Expand
Indigenous sources of 2007-2008 H5N1 avian influenza outbreaks in Thailand.
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Evidence of re-emergence of viruses from a small pool of indigenous sources that had been silently perpetuated over the dry summer months indicated that an approach to eradicate H5N1 avian influenza from the area by eliminating these local reservoirs may be feasible and should be seriously considered. Expand
Spatio-temporal patterns of leptospirosis in Thailand: is flooding a risk factor?
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It is concluded that leptospirosis remains an occupational disease in Thailand and its association with flooding and animal census data in Thailand shows an inconsistent relationship between IRR and flooding across years and regions. Expand
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