Emerging zoonotic viral diseases.

@article{Wang2014EmergingZV,
  title={Emerging zoonotic viral diseases.},
  author={L.-F. Wang and Gary S Crameri},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  year={2014},
  volume={33 2},
  pages={
          569-81
        }
}
Zoonotic diseases are infectious diseases that are naturally transmitted from vertebrate animals to humans and vice versa. They are caused by all types of pathogenic agents, including bacteria, parasites, fungi, viruses and prions. Although they have been recognised for many centuries, their impact on public health has increased in the last few decades due to a combination of the success in reducing the spread of human infectious diseases through vaccination and effective therapies and the… Expand
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