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Zoonotic Tuberculosis: Mycobacterium bovis and Other Pathogenic Mycobacteria / Edition 3

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Zoonotic Tuberculosis: Mycobacterium bovis and Other Pathogenic Mycobacteria / Edition 3

Zoonotic Tuberculosis: Mycobacterium bovis and OtherPathogenic Mycobacteria, Third Edition is a comprehensivereview of the state of the art in the control and elimination ofinfections caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex inanimals and humans. This update to the most complete and currentreference available on Mycobacterium bovis includes newcoverage of the latest molecular techniques; more information onhuman infection and One Health; updates to the information on theInternational Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (IUATLD),the World Health Organization (WHO), Pan American HealthOrganization (PAHO), and the United States Department ofAgriculture’s (USDA) National Tuberculosis EradicationProgram; and coverage of additional African countries. TheThird Edition upholds the book’s reputation as a truly globalresource on M. bovis.

Written by an international list of tuberculosis experts,chapters cover the status of tuberculosis in many regionsthroughout the world and deal with issues related to the detection,spread, and control of Mycobacterium bovis, as well as theeconomic impact of outbreaks. Zoonotic Tuberculosis:Mycobacterium bovis and Other Pathogenic Mycobacteria offersvaluable information for public health officials, medical doctors,state and federal regulatory veterinarians, veterinarypractitioners, and animal caretakers.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781118474297
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 04/28/2014
Pages: 432
Product dimensions: 6.80(w) x 9.70(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Charles O. Thoen, DVM, PhD, is Professor and former Chairman of the Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Preventive Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University. He is former Chairman of the IUATLD Scientific Committee on Tuberculosis in Animals; former Chairman of the WHO Committee on Animal Tuberculosis; Former Head of the Mycobacteria and Brucella Section, National Veterinary Services Laboratories, Veterinary Services, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, USDA; and former Research Fellow in Microbiology, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, University of Minnesota.

James H. Steele, DVM, MPH, was previously Professor Emeritus, Environmental Health, The University of Texas$en$Houston School of Public Health, Center for Infectious Diseases, Houston, TX. Dr. Steele was formerly Chief Veterinary Officer, Assistant Surgeon General, U.S. Public Health Service, and Consult to United Nations agencies, WHO, Food and Agriculture Organization, PAHO, International Atomic Energy Organization, and the World Bank.

John B. Kaneene, DVM, MPH, PhD, FAES, FAVES, is a University Distinguished Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health. He is the founding and current Director of the Center for Comparative Epidemiology at Michigan State University. Dr. Kaneene is a current member of the IUATLD and is a former Program Secretary and Chairperson of the zoonotic tuberculosis subcommittee of the IUATLD. Dr. Kaneene has active research on the molecular and quantitative epidemiology of zoonotic TB in several countries in Asia and Africa.

Table of Contents

Contributors ix

Preface xv

1 Tuberculosis in animals and humans: An introduction 3
Charles O. Thoen, Philip A. LoBue, and Donald A. Enarson

2 One Health approach for preventing and controllingtuberculosis in animals and humans 9
John B. Kaneene, Bruce Kaplan, James H. Steele, and Charles O.Thoen

3 Public health significance of zoonotic tuberculosis caused bythe Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex 21
Adam J. Langer and Philip A. LoBue

4 Mycobacterium bovis infection in humans and animals with anemphasis on countries in Central and South America 35
Isabel N. de Kantor, Pedro M. Torres, Eliana Roxo, AlfredoGarin, Luis A. Paredes Noack, María D. Sequeira, MaríaSusana Imaz, Nora Morcillo, and María Alice da SilvaTelles

5 Pathogenesis of tuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium bovis51
Charles O. Thoen and Raúl G. Barletta

6 Epidemiology of Mycobacterium bovis 63
Julian A. Drewe, Dirk U. Pfeiffer, and John B. Kaneene

7 Molecular epidemiology of Mycobacterium bovis 79
Julian A. Drewe and Noel H. Smith

8 New and current approaches for isolation, identification, andgenotyping of Mycobacterium bovis 89
Suelee Robbe-Austerman and Claude Turcotte

9 Tuberculosis in animals in South Africa 99
Nick Kriek

10 Status and control of bovine tuberculosis in Ethiopia109
Asseged Bogale, Berhanu Tameru, and Tsegaye Habtemariam

11 Distribution, public health significance, and control statusof bovine tuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium bovis in Uganda133
David Nganwa and Asseged Bogale

12 Bovine tuberculosis: Epidemiology, zoonotic transmission,activities, and challenges toward its control in Nigeria 149
Simeon I.B. Cadmus and F. Olalekan Ayanwale

13 Factors contributing to the transmission of bovinetuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium bovis and its control statusin Sudan 159
Ehsan Abdalla and David Nganwa

14 Overview of bovine tuberculosis in Ghana 175
Gregory Banayah Mwinyelle and Andy Alhassan

15 Status and control of tuberculosis in animals in Pakistan181
M. Tariq Javed

16 Zoonotic tuberculosis in humans, elephants, and other animalsin Nepal 191
Mahesh Bhandari and Charles O. Thoen

17 Zoonotic tuberculosis in India 197
Rishendra Verma

18 An overview of Mycobacterium bovis infections in domestic andwild animals in Korea 203
Han Sang Yoo and Kyoungjin J. Yoon

19 Mycobacterium bovis infection and control in China 213
Aizhen Guo, Yingyu Chen, and Huanchun Chen

20 Zoonotic tuberculosis in Australia and New Zealand 221
Graham Nugent and Debra V. Cousins

21 Bovine tuberculosis eradication in the United States: Acentury of progress 235
Alecia Larew Naugle, Mark Schoenbaum, C. William Hench, Owen L.Henderson, and Jack Shere

22 The occurrence of M. bovis cases in U.S. cattle,2001–2011 253
Katie Portacci, Jason Lombard, Mark Schoenbaum, KathleenOrloski, and Mark Camacho

23 The importance of M. bovis infection in cervids on theeradication of bovine tuberculosis in the United States 263
Michael J. Gilsdorf and John B. Kaneene

24 Evaluation of antemortem diagnostic tests for detectingbovine tuberculosis infection in the United States 277
Mark Schoenbaum, María Celia Antognoli, and KathleenOrloski

25 Canada’s bovine tuberculosis eradication program: Pastand present 287
Noel Harrington, Krista Howden, and Claude Turcotte

26 Bovine tuberculosis eradication program in Mexico 291
Alejandro Perera Ortiz, José Alfredo Gutiérrez-Reyes,Estela Flores Velázquez, Guillermo Agustín ReyesEscalona, and Eli Tonatiuh Selva Hernández

27 Epidemiology of bovine tuberculosis in the Republic of Serbiawith a brief overview of the current epidemiological situation inthe region 309
Dejan Krnjaic, Budimir Plavsic, and Slavoljub Stanojevic

28 The impact of an integrated wildlife and bovine tuberculosiseradication program in Ireland 323
Michael Sheridan, Margaret Good, Simon J. More, and EamonnGormley

29 Bovine tuberculosis eradication in France 341
María Laura Boschiroli and Jean-Jacques Bénet

30 Animal tuberculosis in Spain: A multihost system 349
Christian Gortazar and Mariana Boadella

31 Tuberculosis eradication in Italy 357
Laura Chiavacci, Alessandro Dondo, Maria Goria, Giuliana Moda,Luigi Ruocco, Patrizia Vignetta, and Simona Zoppi

32 Status of bovine tuberculosis control in countries of CentralEurope and countries of the former Soviet Union 369
Ivo Pavlik

33 Zoonotic tuberculosis in nonhuman primates 383
Pat A. Frost, Paul P. Calle, Hilton Klein, and Charles O.Thoen

Index 399

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