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Tuberculose zoonotique
Zoonotic tuberculosis
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Ce programme propose notamment les éléments suivants : concours restreints et demandes de soumission pour stimuler la collaboration régionale en matière de recherche sur la grippe aviaire et pour effectuer des recherches sur le virus zoonotique de l'influenza H5N1 en Afrique du Nord.
The GHRI also has an Avian and Pandemic Influenza Program which is funded with an initial IDRC contribution of nearly $3 million over the 2006 to 2008 period. Proposed program elements include such activities as closed and invited competitions to stimulate regional collaboration around research on avian influenza and carry out research on zoonotic H5N1influenza in Northern Africa.
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Ce programme propose notamment les éléments suivants : concours restreints et demandes de soumission pour stimuler la collaboration régionale en matière de recherche sur la grippe aviaire et pour effectuer des recherches sur le virus zoonotique de l'influenza H5N1 en Afrique du Nord.
The GHRI also has an Avian and Pandemic Influenza Program which is funded with an initial IDRC contribution of nearly $3 million over the 2006 to 2008 period. Proposed program elements include such activities as closed and invited competitions to stimulate regional collaboration around research on avian influenza and carry out research on zoonotic H5N1influenza in Northern Africa.
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Cependant, la majorité de ces infections sont symptomatiques (un poisson peut être atteint de la maladie sans avoir de symptômes). Bien que le VAIS présente des similarités avec le virus de la grippe, il n’est pas zoonotique (les humains ne peuvent pas être infectés).
), can also be infected by ISAv. However, the majority of these infections are asymptomatic (a fish may carry the disease but experience no symptoms). Although ISAv has similarities with the influenza virus, it is not zoonotic (humans cannot be infected).
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Cependant, la majorité de ces infections sont symptomatiques (un poisson peut être atteint de la maladie sans avoir de symptômes). Bien que le VAIS présente des similarités avec le virus de la grippe, il n’est pas zoonotique (les humains ne peuvent pas être infectés).
), can also be infected by ISAv. However, the majority of these infections are asymptomatic (a fish may carry the disease but experience no symptoms). Although ISAv has similarities with the influenza virus, it is not zoonotic (humans cannot be infected).
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Développe, valide et applique des technologies nucléaires et dérivées pour: les ressources locales d'affouragement et l'optimisation des aliments pour animaux; l’évaluation et l'intégration génétique des animaux d'élevage; l'amélioration de la reproduction animale; et la détection et le contrôle précoces et rapides des maladies transfrontières d’origine animale et zoonotique.
Develops, validates and applies innovative nuclear and nuclear-derived techniques for local feed resources and feed optimization; animal genetic evaluation and integration to breeding; enhancement of animal reproduction; and early, rapid diagnoses and control of transboundary animal and zoonotic diseases.
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zoonotique ;
chemical
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Le Réseau couvre à la fois les helminthes et les protozoaires qui préoccupent la santé publique au Canada et traite les questions suivantes : la nourriture contaminée et les carcasses d'animaux infectés (p. ex., les produits importés, les viandes crues, les poissons et crustacés, la nourriture traditionnelle), l'eau potable et non potable, les questions reliées au Grand Nord et aux Autochtones, la transmission zoonotique (p. ex., le bétail, la faune, les pêches et l'aquaculture, les animaux de compagnie) et l'épidémiologie.
The Network covers both protozoan and helminth parasites of public health concern in Canada, and looks at the following issues: contaminated foods and infected food animals (e.g., imported produce, raw meats, fish and shellfish, country foods), potable and non-potable water, Northern and Aboriginal issues, zoonotic transmission (e.g., livestock, wildlife, fisheries and aquaculture, companion animals), and epidemiology.
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Maladies à vecteur et zoonotique;
Vector borne and zoonotic diseases
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Foires agricoles et zoologistes: une revue du contact animal comme source de maladie entérique zoonotique
Farm Fairs and Petting Zoos: A Review of Animal Contact as a Source of Zoonotic Enteric Disease
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L'Agence de la santé publique du Canada possède un site Web sur les maladies infectieuses qui renferme une section sur les infections d'origine hydrique, alimentaire et zoonotique
Public Health agency of Canada has an infectious diseases website which has a section on Foodborne, Waterborne and Zoonotic Infections
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Infections d’origine hydrique, alimentaire et zoonotique
Foodborne, Waterborne and Zoonotic Infections
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Engager la communauté scientifique pour réduire le risque d’infection zoonotique
Modelling the Spatial Spread of Infectious Diseases
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Maladie zoonotique contagieuse
Contagious zoonotic disease
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- de prendre en considération l’impact de la maladie en tant qu’infection zoonotique.
- consider the impact of the disease as a zoonotic infection.
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Paul Sockett, directeur, Division des questions en matière d'environnement, Centre des maladies infectieuses d'origine alimentaire, environnementale et zoonotique (Agence de la Santé publique du Canada)
Paul Sockett, Director, Environmental Issues Division, Centre for Food-borne, Environmental and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (Public Health Agency of Canada)
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Le Réseau couvre à la fois les helminthes et les protozoaires qui préoccupent la santé publique au Canada et traite les questions suivantes : la nourriture contaminée et les carcasses d'animaux infectés (p. ex., les produits importés, les viandes crues, les poissons et crustacés, la nourriture traditionnelle), l'eau potable et non potable, les questions reliées au Grand Nord et aux Autochtones, la transmission zoonotique (p. ex., le bétail, la faune, les pêches et l'aquaculture, les animaux de compagnie) et l'épidémiologie.
The Network covers both protozoan and helminth parasites of public health concern in Canada, and looks at the following issues: contaminated foods and infected food animals (e.g., imported produce, raw meats, fish and shellfish, country foods), potable and non-potable water, Northern and Aboriginal issues, zoonotic transmission (e.g., livestock, wildlife, fisheries and aquaculture, companion animals), and epidemiology.
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Le Streptococcus suis de type 2 est un important pathogène des porcins ainsi qu’un agent zoonotique qui peut causer la méningite tant chez le porc que chez l’humain. Il infecte son hôte par les voies respiratoires, atteint la circulation sanguine et y persiste jusqu’à ce qu’il réussisse à s’introduire dans le système nerveux central.
Streptococcus suis type 2 is a major swine pathogen and a zoonotic agent, causing meningitis both in swine and humans. S. suis infects the host through the respiratory route, reaches the bloodstream and persists until breaching into the central nervous system. The capsular polysaccharide (CPS) of S. suis type 2 is considered a key virulence factor of the bacteria. Though CPS allows S. suis to adhere to the membrane of cells of the immune system, it provides protection against phagocytosis. In fact, non-encapsulated mutants are easily internalized and killed by macrophages and dendritic cells. The objective of this work was to study the molecular mechanisms by which the CPS of S. suis prevents phagocytosis. By using latex beads covalently linked with purified CPS, it was shown that CPS itself was sufficient to inhibit entry of both latex beads and bystander fluorescent beads into macrophages. Upon contact with macrophages, encapsulated S. suis was shown to destabilize lipid microdomains at the cell surface, to block nitric oxide (NO) production during infection, and to prevent lactosylceramide accumulation at the phagocytic cup during infection. In contrast, the non-encapsulated mutant was easily internalized via lipid rafts, in a filipin sensitive manner, leading to lactosylceramide recruitment and strong NO production. This is the first report to identify a role for CPS in lipid microdomain stability and to recognize an interaction between S. suis and lactosylceramide in phagocytes.
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Le polysaccharide de la capsule est un facteur de virulence essentiel du pathogène zoonotique du porc Streptococcus suis de sérotype 2. La capsule de cette bactérie se compose de cinq sucres, dont l’acide sialique qui se trouve à l’extrémité de la chaîne polysaccharidique.
The capsular polysaccharide is a critical virulence factor of the swine and zoonotic pathogen Streptococcus suis serotype 2. The capsule of this bacterium is composed of five different sugars, including terminal sialic acid. To evaluate the role of sialic acid in the pathogenesis of the infection, the neuC gene, encoding for an enzyme essential for sialic acid biosynthesis, was inactivated in a highly virulent S. suis serotype 2 strain. Using transmission electron microscopy, it was shown that inactivation of neuC resulted in loss of expression of the whole capsule. Compared to the parent strain, the ΔneuCmutant strain was more phagocytosed by macrophages and was also severely impaired in virulence in a mouse infection model. Both native and desialylated S. suis serotype 2 purified capsular polysaccharides were recognized by a polyclonal anti-whole cell S. suis serotype 2 serum and a monospecific polyclonal anti-capsule serotype 2 serum. In contrast, only the native capsular polysaccharide was recognized by a monoclonal antibody specific for the sialic acid moiety of the serotype 2 capsule. Together, our results infer that sialylation of S. suis serotype 2 may be essential for capsule expression, but that this sugar is not the main epitope of this serotype.
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environnementale et zoonotique,
Zoonotic Infectious Diseases,
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Le polysaccharide de la capsule est un facteur de virulence essentiel du pathogène zoonotique du porc Streptococcus suis de sérotype 2. La capsule de cette bactérie se compose de cinq sucres, dont l’acide sialique qui se trouve à l’extrémité de la chaîne polysaccharidique.
The capsular polysaccharide is a critical virulence factor of the swine and zoonotic pathogen Streptococcus suis serotype 2. The capsule of this bacterium is composed of five different sugars, including terminal sialic acid. To evaluate the role of sialic acid in the pathogenesis of the infection, the neuC gene, encoding for an enzyme essential for sialic acid biosynthesis, was inactivated in a highly virulent S. suis serotype 2 strain. Using transmission electron microscopy, it was shown that inactivation of neuC resulted in loss of expression of the whole capsule. Compared to the parent strain, the ΔneuCmutant strain was more phagocytosed by macrophages and was also severely impaired in virulence in a mouse infection model. Both native and desialylated S. suis serotype 2 purified capsular polysaccharides were recognized by a polyclonal anti-whole cell S. suis serotype 2 serum and a monospecific polyclonal anti-capsule serotype 2 serum. In contrast, only the native capsular polysaccharide was recognized by a monoclonal antibody specific for the sialic acid moiety of the serotype 2 capsule. Together, our results infer that sialylation of S. suis serotype 2 may be essential for capsule expression, but that this sugar is not the main epitope of this serotype.