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EFSA-Assessments Require Extensive Testing –Now More Transparent Than Ever

For an application for authorisation of a regulated product in Europe, the competent authority the EUROPEAN FOOD SAFETY AUTHORITY (EFSA) requires extensive product t...
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Volume 10 Issue 3

Emerging Zoonoses: A Human-wildlife Interface?

Outbreaks of emerging zoonotic diseases have increased in the past decade and have affected the population worldwide. Often the blame for such spillover events is pu...
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Volume 10 Issue 3

Controlling Rabies in Foxes Unprecedented Success in Europe

The European Union (EU) aims to eliminate fox-mediated rabies from its territory by 2020. At first sight, this seems a rather ambitious goal considering that this ho...
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Volume 10 Issue 2

Antimicrobial Resistance: A Dark Shadow on Global Public Health

Antibiotics were the one of the revolutionary discoveries of the 20th century while their resistance has turned out to be one of the grievous challenges of the 21st c...
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Threatened South American coati found roaming in a large city

You may assume that metropolitan areas are devoid of wildlife, but that is very far from the truth. The remaining green spaces within the urban matrices of large citi...
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Scientists use machine learning to identify antibiotic resistant bacteria that can spread between animals, humans and the environment

Experts from the University of Nottingham have developed a ground-breaking software, which combines DNA sequencing and machine learning to help them find where, and t...
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Are people more willing to empathize with animals or with other humans?

Stories about animals such as Harambe the gorilla and Cecil the lion often sweep the media as they pull at people's heartstrings. But are people more likely to feel e...
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Injured dinosaur left behind unusual footprints

A set of dinosaur footprints in Spain has unusual features because the dinosaur that made the tracks had an injured foot, according to a study published April 6, 2022...
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Humans have given wild animals their diseases nearly 100 times, researchers find

An international research team led by scientists at Georgetown University has found that humans might give viruses back to animals more often than previously understo...
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Clinvet buys a stake in RTI laboratories to broaden therapeutic expertise and service delivery in the USA.

Clinvet acquired a stake in RTI, LLC (Research Technology Innovation), a South Dakota-based Contract Research Organization (CRO) specializing in conducting precli...
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