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... Fever”. People of all economic and social conditions are prone to develop a zoonotic agent transmitted...
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... Fever”. People of all economic and social conditions are prone to develop a zoonotic agent transmitted...
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...Zoonotic emergence of corona virus: a potential public health for Latin America...
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...”, “Toxoplasma gondii”, “Neospora humans”, “Neospora human infection”, “Neospora zoonotic”. Se encontraron ocho...
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...Objective. To carry out a systematic review of the literature on the zoonotic potential of Neospora...
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... Salmonella sp., at EBTFF ponds, corresponded to serogroup B (33%), including species of widely zoonotic...
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... Salmonella sp., at EBTFF ponds, corresponded to serogroup B (33%), including species of widely zoonotic...
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...Tick-borne relapsing fever (TBRF) is an infectious zoonotic disease caused by spirochetes of the...
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... rarely considered a wildlife conservation or public health threat. Infection with zoonotic pathogens...
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... rarely considered a wildlife conservation or public health threat. Infection with zoonotic pathogens...
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... (TBRF) is an infectious zoonotic disease caused by spirochetes of the genus Borrelia, transmitted to...
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...Zoonotic diseases represents a 78% of emerging and reemerging diseases, virus has an important...
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...Zoonotic diseases represents a 78% of emerging and reemerging diseases, virus has an important...
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