Detection and surveillance for animal trichinellosis in GB.

@article{Zimmer2008DetectionAS,
  title={Detection and surveillance for animal trichinellosis in GB.},
  author={Ilka Zimmer and Steven J. Hunter and C P Morgan and Kieran M. R. Hunt and Graham C. Smith and Matthew H Howell and Mike A Taylor},
  journal={Veterinary parasitology},
  year={2008},
  volume={151 2-4},
  pages={233-41}
}
The zoonotic disease trichinellosis is considered one of the re-emerging diseases with surveillance and control methods constantly gaining more importance worldwide. Recent change in European Union (EU) legislation introduces Trichinella-free production, and the possibility of risk-based monitoring for Trichinella in pigs. This has increased the role of wildlife surveillance programmes and their impact on protecting human health as well as highlighted the need for harmonised surveillance… CONTINUE READING

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