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The spread of pathogens through international trade
|Author(s) :||S.C. MacDiarmid, Ed.: 2011|
This issue of the Review brings together an important collection of well-researched papers by internationally-recognised experts. It aims to document the real, rather than hypothetical, risks from international trade in animals and animal products and compares these with the risks from some of the other means by which pathogens are disseminated. The measures available to mitigate risks are also examined.
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- Contents Vol. 30 (1)
- Current and predicted trends in the production, consumption and trade of live animals and their products
- Transboundary spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza through poultry commodities and wild birds: a review
- Combining livestock trade patterns with phylogenetics to help understand the spread of foot and mouth disease in sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and Southeast Asia
- The 2007 outbreak of equine influenza in Australia: lessons learned for international trade in horses
- The emergence and evolution of swine viral diseases: to what extent have husbandry systems and global trade contributed to their distribution and diversity?
- Bovine spongiform encephalopathy: is it time to relax BSE-related measures in the context of international trade?
- A review of trends in the distribution of vector-borne diseases: is international trade contributing to their spread?
- Bioterrorism: intentional introduction of animal disease
- The spread of pathogens through trade in pig meat: overview and recent developments
- The spread of pathogens through trade in poultry meat: overview and recent developments
- The spread of pathogens through trade in poultry hatching eggs: overview and recent developments
- Embryo transfer: a comparative biosecurity advantage in international movements of germplasm
- Cattle, sheep and pigs vaccinated against foot and mouth disease: does trade in these animals and their products present a risk of transmitting the disease?
- The spread of pathogens through trade in small ruminants and their products
- The spread of pathogens through trade in wildlife
- The spread of pathogens through trade in aquatic animals and their products
- The spread of pathogens through trade in honey bees and their products (including queen bees and semen): overview and recent developments
- International standards in mitigating trade risks
- Risk analysis and its link with standards of the World Organisation for Animal Health
- Managing the risks of disease transmission through trade: a commodities-based approach?
- Zoning and compartmentalization as risk mitigation measures: an example from poultry production
- Optimising import risk mitigation: anticipating the unintended consequences and competing risks of informal trade
- Ensuring safe international trade: how are the roles and responsibilities evolving and what will the situation be in ten years’ time?
- Good governance of national Veterinary Services
- The importance of governance and reliable veterinary certification