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Viral Zoonoses and Food of Animal Origin

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    Chapter 1 Cowpox: a re-evaluation of the risks of human cowpox based on new epidemiological information
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    Chapter 2 Characterization of a cowpox-like orthopox virus which had caused a lethal infection in man
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    Chapter 3 Molecular genetic analyses of parapoxviruses pathogenic for humans
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    Chapter 4 Recent advances in molluscum contagiosum virus research
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    Chapter 5 Molecular anatomy of lymphocystis disease virus
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    Chapter 6 Detection of virus or virus specific nucleic acid in foodstuff or bioproducts — hazards and risk assessment
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    Chapter 7 Rapid molecular detection of microbial pathogens: breakthroughs and challenges
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    Chapter 8 Where do we stand with oral vaccination of foxes against rabies in Europe?
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    Chapter 9 Foot-and-mouth disease as zoonosis
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    Chapter 10 Molecular epidemiology of influenza
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    Chapter 11 Influenza virus: transmission between species and relevance to emergence of the next human pandemic
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    Chapter 12 Functional chimeric HN glycoproteins derived from Newcastle disease virus and human parainfluenza virus-3
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    Chapter 13 Viral factors determining rotavirus pathogenicity.
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    Chapter 14 Viral zoonoses and food of animal origin: caliciviruses and human disease
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    Chapter 15 The role of human caliciviruses in epidemic gastroenteritis
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    Chapter 16 Clinical similarities and close genetic relationship of human and animal Borna disease virus
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    Chapter 17 Molecular characterization of Borna disease virus from naturally infected animals and possible links to human disorders
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    Chapter 18 Haemorrhagic fevers and ecological perturbations
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    Chapter 19 Transmission, species specificity, and pathogenicity of Aujeszky’s disease virus
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    Chapter 20 The role of veterinary public health in the prevention of zoonoses
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    Chapter 21 Viral infections transmitted by food of animal origin: the present situation in the European Union
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    Chapter 22 Viral zoonosis from the viewpoint of their epidemiological surveillance: tick-borne encephalitis as a model
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    Chapter 23 Strategies to avoid virus transmissions by biopharmaceutic products
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Viral Zoonoses and Food of Animal Origin
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Springer Vienna, December 2012
DOI 10.1007/978-3-7091-6534-8
978-3-21-183014-7, 978-3-70-916534-8

Kaaden, Oskar-Rüger, Czerny, Claus-Peter, Eichhorn, Werner

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