Avian sentence example

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  • Until relatively recently avian flu was thought only to infect birds.

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  • Keep a wary eye on areas of the world where avian bird flu outbreaks are documented.

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  • They are unlikely to be carrying avian flu but they can suffer from other infections that people can catch.

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  • There has only been one isolated case of H5N1 avian flu in the UK to date.

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  • H7 avian flu remains largely a disease in birds, which does not transmit easily to humans.

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  • Unlike the 1957 and 1968 pandemic HAs, phylogenetic analyzes do not place the 1918 sequence in the avian clade.

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  • Only one of the two commercially available Elisa tests was capable of reliably detecting the response of these birds to Avian Pneumovirus virus.

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  • Wnt signaling regulates myogenic differentiation in the developing avian limb.

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  • The other great uncertainty is the effect of an avian flu epidemic in the EU.

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  • It is hard for people to catch avian influenza from birds and the following simple steps are also effective against avian influenza.

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  • At present, it is not recommended that persons traveling to countries affected by avian influenza carry antiviral drugs.

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  • The last outbreak of avian influenza in Britain occurred in 1991 in Norfolk.

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  • There was no legal basis for dealing with low pathogenic avian influenza at present.

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  • At present, H5N1 avian influenza remains largely a disease of birds.

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  • Most of the avian influenza virus isolates are low pathogenic.

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  • The H5N1 strain of avian influenza is not only pathogenic to birds, but has also infected humans.

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  • Farmers are being encouraged to ensure against possible outbreaks of foot and mouth disease, sheep pox, avian influenza and swine fever.

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  • Our latest assessment is that there is a high risk of further global geographic spread of avian flu in birds.

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  • The current H5N1 strain of avian flu virus does not transmit easily from birds to mammals like cats.

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  • The only countries to apply for permission to use preventative vaccination against avian flu H5N1 were France and Holland.

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  • For a list of avian vets, consult the website of Parrots Magazine.

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  • We will be pleased to help to put you in touch with an avian veterinarian in your area.

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  • Matt Cottingham researches avian virology and its application to human vaccines at the Institute for Animal Health near Newbury.

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  • There are 15 types of avian flu virus that affects birds.

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  • Schaudinn (50), who investigated certain avian Trypanosomes, considered the latter view to be correct, and believed that the carrier - in this instance a gnat - is indeed the definitive host, i.e.

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  • Schaudinn has stated, however, that Trypanomorpha becomes, in certain phases, attached to a red blood-corpuscle (ectoglobular), and, in others, penetrates inside one and eventually destroys it (endoglobular); while his other avian parasite, Trypanosoma ziemanni, apparently draws up into itself the white corpuscle (leucocyte) to which it becomes attached.

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  • There is information on avian breeding, nutrition of primates, snakes, iguanas, marmoset and tamarin care, and reptile aggression.

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  • Vaccination against avian influenza has been widely practiced outside the EU.

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  • People living in rural areas have been raising backyard chickens for decades without any trouble, but diseases like avian flu have raised a number of concerns, as has the possibility of salmonella.

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  • Avian bird flu media reports have been filled with outbreak potential in recent weeks, with much press given to the threat of a pandemic, prompting President Bush to implement a plan to combat an outbreak of avian flu.

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  • Like SARS that appeared in South China in 2002 and rapidly spread through the provinces, there is concern that avian bird flu may follow the same pattern.

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  • Should the avian bird flu outbreak become severe, WHO may again call for a travel band to China.

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  • Maybe. U.S. health officials have estimated that up to 1.9 million Americans could be killed and nearly 10 million hospitalized by an avian bird flu pandemic.

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  • Health officials said preparation for an avian bird flu pandemic may help boost U.S. efforts against the annual flu outbreak and help save lives.

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  • President Bush agrees and is being proactive, since he knows that it may take up to two years or more before any evidence appears concerning a massive avian bird flu outbreak, or for any restrictions to be put into place.

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  • The best method of controlling the spread of avian bird flu disease remains inoculation.

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  • Rumors will continue to fly about avian bird flu.

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  • There is every reason to believe that SARS and now avian flu will be followed by other public health challenges.

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  • The current level of risk to human health posed by H7 avian flu is very low.

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  • However, Intervet claims these excretions would not be large enough spread avian flu.

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  • As in the case of plants, western, eastern, northern and southern avian species meet in Nebraska.

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  • Schaudinn had fully described the relations of certain avian Trypanosomes to their invertebrate host, Culex pipiens (females).

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  • In many cases, at any rate, this indicates a difference in sexuality; and it is particularly necessary to bear this factor in mind when considering the avian Trypanosomes, where, perhaps, the extremes of form are to be met with.

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  • Thus, for instance, the archecentric condition of any Avian structure is a metacentre of the Sauropsidan stem.

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  • In view, however, of the great interest excited by Schaudinn's work on avian parasites, as well as on account of the far-reaching importance of his conclusions to the study of the Haematozoa, a brief summary of his celebrated research is necessary.

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