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Hantaviruses are small mammal-associated pathogens that are found in rodents but also in shrews, moles and bats. Aim of this manuscript is to give a current overview of the epidemiology and ecology of hantaviruses in Germany and to discuss respective models for the prediction of virus outbreaks. In ...

Author(s)
Reil, D.; Binder, F.; Freise, J.; Imholt, C.; Beyrer, K.; Jacob, J.; Krüger, D. H.; Hofmann, J.; Dreesman, J.; Ulrich, R. G.
Publisher
Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft GmbH & Co. KG, Hannover, Germany
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 2018, 131, 11/12, pp 453-464
Abstract

Over recent decades, metagenomic studies have expanded the number of newly described, often unclassified, viruses within the family Circoviridae. Using broad-spectrum circovirus and cyclovirus PCRs, we characterized a novel circo-like virus in Aedes vexans mosquitoes from Germany whose main...

Author(s)
Garigliany, M. M.; Börstler, J.; Jöst, H.; Badusche, M.; Desmecht, D.; Schmidt-Chanasit, J.; Cadar, D.
Publisher
Society for General Microbiology, London, UK
Citation
Journal of General Virology, 2015, 96, 4, pp 915-920
Abstract

This article discusses the disease vectors (mosquito and wild birds), host range, disease transmission, prevalence, genetic analysis and evolution of Usutu virus (USUV). The occurrence of USUV in common pipistrelle (Pipistrellus pipistrellus) bats in Germany in 2013 is highlighted.

Author(s)
Cadar, D.; Becker, N.; Campos, R. de M.; Börstler, J.; Jöst, H.; Schmidt-Chanasit, J.
Publisher
National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, USA
Citation
Emerging Infectious Diseases, 2014, 20, 10, pp 1771-1773
Abstract

In Germany, to date three different lyssavirus species are responsible for bat rabies in indigenous bats: the European Bat Lyssaviruses type 1 and 2 (EBLV-1, EBLV-2) and the Bokeloh Bat Lyssavirus (BBLV) for which Eptesicus serotinus, Myotis daubentonii and Myotis nattereri, respectively, are...

Author(s)
Schatz, J.; Teifke, J. P.; Mettenleiter, T. C.; Aue, A.; Stiefel, D.; Müller, T.; Freuling, C. M.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Microbiology, 2014, 169, 1/2, pp 33-41
Abstract

A review of the epidemiology of European bat lyssavirus (EBLV) in Europe and the evolutionary history of these viruses is presented. Rabies is still present in Europe and three Lyssavirus genotypes are endemic: genotype 1 or rabies virus (RABV), which infects terrestrial animals; and genotypes 5...

Author(s)
Zienius, D.
Publisher
Lietuvos Veterinarijos Akademija, Kaunas, Lithuania
Citation
Veterinarija ir Zootechnika, 2007, No.39, pp 86-93
Abstract

" In the classification, of Haemocytozoa or Haemosporidia the greatest confusion still exists and it is thus desirable to revise their classification. The confusion arising in connection with the systematic position of these protozoa is undoubtedly due to the very strict parasitism of these...

Author(s)
FRANCA, Carlos
Publisher
Lisbon: Imprensa Nacional.,
Citation
J. de Sciencias Matematicas, Fisicas e Naturais., 1917, Series 3, 1, pp 41 pp.

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