Neglected Diseases In Monkeys

Author: Sascha Knauf
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030522830
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This book offers a valuable resource, reviewing the current state of knowledge concerning the pathology and epidemiology of infectious diseases in both captive and wild monkeys. The One Health concept forms the framework of all chapters. The multidisciplinary team of authors addresses neglected diseases caused by the three major pathogen groups - bacteria, viruses, and parasites. Moreover, the volume discusses key virulence factors such as the evolution of antibiotic resistance, and the ecological drivers of and human influence on pathogen transmission. Demonstrating how researchers working on monkeys diseases are increasingly thinking outside the box, this volume is an essential reference guide to the field of One Health and will serve as an asset for stakeholders in conservation, healthcare and research organizations that face the challenge of moving beyond classical human oriented approaches to health.

Vaccines For Biodefense And Emerging And Neglected Diseases

Author: Alan D.T. Barrett
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780080919027
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The last 20 years has seen a rapid increase in infectious diseases, particularly those that are termed "emerging diseases" such as SARS, "neglected diseases" such as malaria and those that are deemed biothreats such as anthrax. It is well-recognized that the most effective modality for preventing infectious diseases is vaccination. This book provides researchers with a better understanding of what is currently known about these diseases, including whether there is a vaccine available or under development. It also informs readers of the key issues in development of a vaccine for each disease. * Provides a comprehensive treatise of the agents that are responsible for emerging and neglected diseases and those that can be used as biothreats * Includes the processes such as the vaccine development pathway, vaccine manufacturing and regulatory issues that are critical to the generation of these vaccines to the marketplace * Each chapter will include a map of the world showing where that particular disease is naturally found

Neglected Tropical Diseases

Author: David C. Swinney
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527343040
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A drug discovery reference to the crippling tropical diseases that affect more than 1 billion people. Neglected Tropical Diseases is the first book of its kind to offer a guide that follows the World Health Organization?s list of neglected tropical diseases. The authors?all are experts on the topic?address the development of effective treatments for 12 crippling infectious diseases that affect almost 20% of the world?s popluation. The book includes information on the common approaches and the most important factors that lead to the development of new drugs for treating tropical diseases. Individual chapters review 12 neglected tropical diseases that are grouped by infectious agent, from viruses to bacteria to eukaryotic parasites. For each of these diseases, the book explains the unmet medical need and explores the current and potential drug discovery strategies. The book also includes information on potential drug compounds derived from natural products. This important book: -Ties together information from different sources for developing novel treatsments forneglected tropical diseases -Is aligned with WHO?s initiative to eradicate tropical diseases -Outlines current and potential drugs for treating tropical diseases -Provides a standard reference for the entire field Written for medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, pharmaceutical industry, virologists, parasitologists, and specialists on tropics medicine, Neglected Tropical Diseases offers an essential guide and a systematic reference for the development of successful treatments for 12 crippling infectious diseases.

The Effect Of Systemic Disease On The Periodontium Of Rhesus Monkeys With Reference To Poliomyelitis Tuberculosis And Alloxan Produced Diabetes Experimental Periodontal Reattachment In Rhesus Monkeys

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Tropical Diseases

Author: Sir Patrick Manson
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Abstracts Of Microbiology And Hygiene

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Tropical Diseases Bulletin

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Handbook Of Medical Treatment

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Handbook Of Medical Treatment V 1 1918

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Handbook Of Medical Treatment

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Mcgraw Hill Encyclopedia Of Science Technology

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Monkey Business

Author: Kathy Snow Guillermo
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With its publication coinciding with the twelfth anniversary of the case, this volume chronicles the beginning of the animal rights movement in the United States. Tour.

Perspectives In Primate Biology

Author: A. Chiarelli
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461589908
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The present volume is the result of a NATO Advanced Study Institute held in Montaldo, Turin (Italy), between the 7 and 19 June 1972. The aim of the Study Institute has been the development of a general philosophy for the science of Primatology. Lecturers were selected from those scientists deeply involved and interested in this field. The course intended to serve students and researchers using primates in medical and biological research, but especially those interested in the natural history of the group and in human biology. In the past the study of primates was largely limited to deter mine the origin of the human species. Today, however, interest in them extends far beyond this narrow focus. In terms of both prac tical human purposes and theoretical interests, the study of primate biology and behaviour is of ever increasing importance. Their close comparative relationships with man has proved of such great value to human biology and medicine that their numbers and kinds are quickly dwindling. For this reason, one of the main focuses of the A.S.I. was on their reproductive biology and conservation. During the meeting days a broad series of lectures on specific topics of comparative anatomy, physiology, endocrinology, repro ductive physiology, genetics and molecular biology, cytogenetics and behaviour were delivered by leading primatologists.

Textbook Of Pediatric Hepatology

Author: A. R. Colón
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Tropical Infectious Diseases

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Alternatives To Pain In Experiments On Animals

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The Childhood Environment And Adult Disease

Author: CIBA Foundation Symposium
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Modern technology has made possible epidemiological studies that relate aspects of neonatal health to disease in adult life. This symposium is the first to draw together information from this new research area. Explores links between early growth and the risk of high blood pressure, stroke and coronary heart disease in adult life; poor growth of babies and inadequate growth and nutrition of mothers; and levels of blood cholesterol and clotting factors. Other chapters consider the connections between early nutrition and adult immunocompetence and risk of allergic diseases; critical periods in the development of both the brain and visual system; and possible origins of schizophrenia. Examines the consequences of adverse early experiences for adult psychosocial functioning.

North Western Reporter Second Series N W 2d Cases Argued And Determined In The Courts Of Iowa Michigan Minnesota Nebraska North Dakota South Dakota Wisconsin

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Eight Years Wanderings In Ceylon

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Hurricane Of The Human Frame

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"This dissertation examines the history of epidemic yellow fever in New Orleans from 1796 to 1905. In New Orleans, the earliest recorded outbreaks of yellow fever appeared in the 1790s, in the aftermath of the Haitian Revolution, and continued until 1905, when the U.S. Public Health Service intervened and enforced mosquito-eradication policies in the city. Framing the history of the emergence, spread, and decline yellow fever in New Orleans in a world historical context reveals how global events shaped the epidemiological history of the city.