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News: Human nose too cold for bird flu, says new study
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A fowl fear: is avian influenza (bird flu) on the leading edge of a global pandemic?
Avian influenza A (AI) H5N1, also known as Asian bird flu, is at the forefront of nearly every daily news report around the world. The reason for this
FRANK W. EDENS and DONNA K. CARVER - North Carolina State University, Department of Poultry Science, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA (Courtesy of Alltech Inc.)
Biosecurity in Avian Influenza Control
Summary: Biosecurity is one of the tools used for the epidemiology control of the main poultry diseases, including
. The term "biosec
Dr. Jose Quesada Fox, International Manager IASA
Update in Avian Influenza Virus Focusing on Mexican Situation
INTRODUCTION Over time the
virus (AIV) has shown to be a constant threat to rural livelihoods,
production and human&n
Alejandro Garcia. Ph.D. (Laboratorios Avilab)
Avian Influenza, Vaccines & Vaccination
(AI) is a viral disease that affects waterfowl, and domestic birds, such as chickens and turkeys, caused by an orth
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Influenza: FAO monitors pigs, poultry and waterfowl in hot spots
...ently launched projects in four Asian countries to step up defenses against
by moving beyond a focus on domestic poultry to instead address ...
Human nose too cold for bird flu, says new study
Avian influenza viruses do not thrive in humans because the temperature inside a person's nose is too low, according to research published today in th
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Protection of individuals with high poultry contact in areas affected by avian influenza H5N1
... poultry or wild birds confirmed or highly suspected of being infected with
H5N1 virus. High-contact activities include handling, coll...
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Scientists Identify Lab-Made Proteins That Neutralize Multiple Strains of Seasonal and Pandemic Flu Viruses
Scientists have identified a small family of lab-made proteins that neutralize a broad range of
A viruses, including the H5N1
Nat'l Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
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