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Chapter 13 : Public Health Disease Surveillance Networks

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Zoonotic infections are important sources of human disease. The great majority of emerging infections identified to date (including HIV, Ebola virus, severe acute respiratory syndrome [SARS], Nipah virus, and enteropathogenic ) are zoonotic ( ). These diseases originate as natural infections of other species that are given opportunities to cross the animal-human interface and come in contact with humans ( ). Wildlife constitutes a particularly important source ( ).

Citation: Morse S. 2014. Public Health Disease Surveillance Networks, p 197-211. In Atlas R, Maloy S (ed), One Health. ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: 10.1128/microbiolspec.OH-0002-2012

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