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Animal Biodiversity and Emerging Diseases

Edited by Edited by Olivier A. E. Sparagano (School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK), Jean-Charles Maillard (CIRAD, Hanoi, Vietnam) and Julio Vicente Figueroa (CENID-PAVET, INIFAP, Morelos, Mexico)
Animal Biodiversity and Emerging Diseases

Published: December 2008

Volume 1149

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The Society for Tropical Veterinary Medicine STVM is proactive in addressing issues that have an impact on the long-term future of animal health. These issues include globalization and global climate change, each of which can drive the emergence and spread of infectious disease among domestic animals and wildlife. Specific topics covered include anti-arthropod vaccines, Trypanosoma and Leishmania, genetics, Anaplasma and Ehrlichia, Babesia, viruses, helminthology, ticks and tick-borne diseases, farm animal diseases, microbiology, and wildlife health.

The Trouble with Dengue

Scott Halstead (Pediatric Dengue Vaccine Inititative)