Optimization of human, animal, and environmental health by using the One Health approach
| Contributor(s):: Jonathan M. Sleeman, Thomas DeLiberto, Natalie Nguyen
Emerging diseases are increasing burdens on public health, negatively affecting the world economy, causing extinction of species, and disrupting ecological integrity. One Health recognizes that human, domestic animal, and wildlife health are interconnected within ecosystem health and provides a...
Einfluss der Mensch-Tier-Beziehung auf die Eutergesundheit von Milchkühen
| Contributor(s):: Silvia Ivemeyer
In der vorliegenden Arbeit wurde der Einfluss der Mensch-Tier-Beziehung sowie verschiedener Managementmaßnahmen auf die Eutergesundheit der Milchviehherden von 46 Schweizer Betrieben, die am Bestandsbetreuungsprogramm mit Schwerpunkt Eutergesundheit „pro-Q“ teilnahmen,...
Linking humans, their animals, and the environment again: a decolonized and more-than-human approach to "One Health"
| Contributor(s):: Lainé, N., Morand, S.
Endoparasite infection hotspots in Estonian urban areas
| Contributor(s):: Tull, A., Moks, E., Laurimaa, L., Keis, M., Suld, K.
The human-animal bond is beneficial for human health, but companion animals also pose a potential threat as vectors of zoonotic parasites, especially in urban areas where both human and dog densities are high. However, the knowledge about parasitic spillover in the urban environment is...
Effect of milk allowance on the suitability of automated behavioural and physiological measures as early disease indicators in calves
| Contributor(s):: Lowe, Gemma L., Sutherland, Mhairi A., Waas, Joseph R., Cox, Neil R., Schaefer, Allan L., Stewart, Mairi
Village Dogs in Coastal Mexico The Street as a Place to Belong
| Contributor(s):: Ruiz-Izaguirre, E., Hebinck, P., Eilers, K.
Village dogs are important for households in coastal Mexico, yet they are seen as out of place by etic stakeholders (public health and wildlife experts, and animal welfarists). Caregivers of village dogs are considered irresponsible, a view that is reinforced by Mexican policy. We describe two...
CRISPR/Cas9 Technology in Translational Biomedicine
| Contributor(s):: Leonova, E. I., Gainetdinov, R. R.
Pharmacological inhibition of histone deacetylase reduces NADPH oxidase expression, oxidative stress and the progression of atherosclerotic lesions in hypercholesterolemic apolipoprotein E-deficient mice; potential implications for human atherosclero
| Contributor(s):: Manea, S. A., Vlad, M. L., Fenyo, I. M., Lazar, A. G., Raicu, M., Muresian, H., Simionescu, M., Manea, A.
Human-Animal Interaction and the Emergence of SARS-CoV-2
| Contributor(s):: Hassani, A., Khan, G.
Dog-assisted therapy in the dental clinic: Part A-Hazards and assessment of potential risks to the health and safety of humans
| Contributor(s):: Gussgard, A. M., Weese, J. S., Hensten, A., Jokstad, A.
Human-animal interactions and bat coronavirus spillover potential among rural residents in Southern China
| Contributor(s):: Li, H., Mendelsohn, E., Zong, C., Zhang, W., Hagan, E., Wang, N., Li, S., Yan, H., Huang, H., Zhu, G., Ross, N., Chmura, A., Terry, P., Fielder, M., Miller, M., Shi, Z., Daszak, P.
Extensive human presence and regular gentle handling improve growth, survival and immune competence in ostrich chicks
| Contributor(s):: Muvhali, P. T., Bonato, M., Engelbrecht, A., Malecki, I. A., Cloete, S. W. P.
Relationship of human and animal tuberculosis in the interface areas of the National parks of the Kafue Basin in Zambia
| Contributor(s):: Musso Munyeme
Tuberculosis is a disease of worldwide public health and economic importance. In Zambia the disease has been consistently reported in the Kafue Basin without a clear understanding of transmission dynamics in the livestock-wildlife interface. The main objective of this study was to determine the...
In search of the behavioural correlates of optical flow patterns in the automated assessment of broiler chicken welfare
| Contributor(s):: Dawkins, Marian Stamp, Cain, Russell, Merelie, Kathryn, Roberts, Stephen J.
Assessment of chicken welfare using camera surveillance of behaviour has great potential as a supplement to good stockmanship and as an aid to improving flock management. Suitable cameras are now readily available and the automated analysis of the lengthy video sequences from the cameras can be...
The welfare of ferrets (Mustela putorius furo T): A review on the housing and management of pet ferrets
| Contributor(s):: Vinke, Claudia M., Schoemaker, Nico J.
Ferrets are very agile and lively animals, and their behavioural needs are not easily met in housing conditions like our living rooms. Nevertheless, ferrets are increasingly popular as pets. The present paper aims to review and discuss the available knowledge on our pet ferret. Topics are...
Cow dogs: Use of livestock protection dogs for reducing predation and transmission of pathogens from wildlife to cattle
| Contributor(s):: VerCauteren, Kurt C., Lavelle, Michael J., Gehring, Thomas M., Landry, Jean-Marc
Dogs have been employed to protect an array of resources from various species of offending wildlife. Historically, livestock protection dogs (LPDs) protected domestic sheep and goats from predators based on development of a strong bond between protected and protector. Within reason, developing...
A qualitative study of zoonotic risk factors among rural communities in southern China
| Contributor(s):: Li, H. Y., Zhu, G. J., Zhang, Y. Z., Zhang, L. B., Hagan, E. A., Martinez, S., Chmura, A. A., Francisco, L., Tai, H., Miller, M., Daszak, P.
The sickness response in steers with induced bovine respiratory disease before and after treatment with a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug
| Contributor(s):: Toaff-Rosenstein, Rachel L., Gershwin, Laurel J., Zanella, Adroaldo J., Tucker, Cassandra B.
Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is the most common disorder in North American beef cattle. This work aimed to describe the BRD sickness response, identify measures to improve detection, and assess effects of a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). We hypothesized that BRD challenge would...
Nature's disease detectives: animals | James Logan | TEDxLondon
| Contributor(s):: James Logan
Could the solution to one of the world’s biggest killers already exist in nature? Professor James Logan answers this question, by demonstrating a surprising new way we can help diagnose and stop the spread of malaria, with help from animals. Animals are nature’s disease detectives....
Why I study the most dangerous animal on earth -- mosquitoes | Fredros Okumu
| Contributor(s):: Fredros Okumu
What do we really know about mosquitoes? Fredros Okumu catches and studies these disease-carrying insects for a living -- with the hope of crashing their populations. Join Okumu for a tour of the frontlines of mosquito research, as he details some of the unconventional methods his team at the...