zoonotic potential

zo·o·not·ic po·ten·tial

the potential for infections of subhuman animals to be transmissible to humans.

zo·o·not·ic po·ten·tial

(zō'ō-not'ik pŏ-ten'shăl)
The possibility for infections of subhuman animals to be transmitted to humans.
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Although mites or their DNA could not be demonstrated in the affected humans, their clinical signs were highly suggestive of scabies, highlighting the zoonotic potential of S.
Zoonotic potential of this parasite was determined by examining the possibility of disease transmission in human i.e.
Offenders were compensated using the standard IDOC pay schedule and underwent medical clearance, N95 respirator fit testing, and job-specific training that included information about the zoonotic potential of avian influenza viruses.
Dermatophytes are common pathogenic fungi of fundamental importance in small animal practice and are given due consideration due to their zoonotic potential. A number of techniques are available to diagnose dermatophytosis and differentiate among the genera that cause it, but most of these techniques are either laborious, time consuming or lack cost effectiveness.
The evolution of known and emerging pathogens warrants the availability of a contemporaneous resource of information for deploying troops who have the potential to be exposed to pathogens that have vector transmission or zoonotic potential.
In 1951, WHO listed 86 diseases that have zoonotic potential and among these 40 diseases are transferred by dogs, cats or both.
This study was designed to estimate the zoonotic potential of Cryptosporidium in three districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), i.e.
Included in the Phylum Nematoda, the family Anisakidae contains 24 genera and its representatives have great zoonotic potential (Martins, Onaka, & Fenerick, 2005; Fontenelle, Knoff, Felizardo, Lopes, & Sao Clemente, 2013).
Assemblages A and B in the protozoan genus Giardia are considered to have a zoonotic potential [5], and the risk of human infection by Cryptosporidium sp.
Morocco urgently needed to be able to detect infectious animal diseases such as foot-and-mouth disease, bluetongue, African horse sickness and African swine fever, rapidly, including diseases with zoonotic potential such as brucellosis, tuberculosis, rabies and others.
of zoonotic potential (by the development and production of biologics) to cope with the zoonotic issues particularly food-borne zoonoses, they said.
Moreover, owing to the zoonotic potential of visceral leishmaniasis associated with the presence of asymptomaticity in dogs, the early detection of kidney disease enables the evolution of the disease to be monitored.