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Canine hookworm infections are endemic worldwide, with zoonotic transmission representing a potentially significant public health concern.
This work provides a foundation for transdisciplinary investigation of spillover and synthetic theory on zoonotic transmission.
Marine fishes are also carriers of human STs and represent a likely limited source of zoonotic transmission.
Most human infections result from zoonotic transmission.
Here these schemes are reviewed and discussed, and new proposals envisioned to block the zoonotic transmission of this parasite.
The risk of zoonotic transmission through marine mammals is insignificant due to the lack of repeated contact with humans.
Several viral isolates were resistant to the human antiviral MxA protein, a prerequisite for zoonotic transmission and stable introduction into human populations.
In addition, we found that related NLVs are highly prevalent in calves in The Netherlands, raising questions about their potential for zoonotic transmission.
These results indicate that HEV strains with considerable genetic diversity are widespread and the zoonotic transmission between swine and humans appears ubiquitous in China.
Analysis of sequence variation among New World arenavirus GP1s and their host-species receptors, in light of the molecular structure, indicates determinants of viral zoonotic transmission.
The host restriction factor tetherin inhibits virion release from infected cells and poses a significant barrier to successful zoonotic transmission of primate lentiviruses to humans.
Background: Bovine tuberculosis (bTB) is a disease with major implications for animal welfare and productivity, as well as having the potential for zoonotic transmission.
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Zoonotic transmission across language varieties