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  • Cystic echinococcosis in Africa

    Cystic echinococcosis (CE) of humans, livestock and wild mammals can be caused by different cryptic species of the Echinococcus granulosus complex. Biological and clinical features of these species are still insufficiently known, but new molecular tools are now shedding light on their geographical distribution, pathogenicity, host range and impact on public health. New insights in the involvement of wild mammals in the lifecycles help us to understand the epidemiology and biogeographical (...)

  • Entente de Lutte Interdépartementale contre les Zoonoses

    The Entente de Lutte Interdépartementale contre les Zoonoses (ELIZ) is studying wildlife diseases threatening human population in metropolitan France, for more than 40 years. As a public institute of applied sciences, the ELIZ has a strong collaborative history with the French national food and safety agency (Anses) as well as with the University of Franche-Comté and is capable of activating a strong reactive network of local partners (mainly district veterinary laboratories and hunting (...)

  • Key lab of Animal Parasitology, Gansu, China

    The Key Laboratory of Animal Parasitology of the Gansu Province, founded in 2005, is based on the Animal Parasitology Laboratory of the Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, created in 1957.
    It is one of the earliest, strongest and most influential animal parasitology laboratories in China, which was established by integration of the Animal Parasitology Department of Northwest Animal Science and the Veterinary Research Institute and the (...)

  • Wildlife Management and Ecosystem Health lab, YUFE.

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    Created in 2012, the Wildlife Management and Ecosystem Health lab (WMEH) is a research lab of the School of Urban and Environment of the Yunnan University of Finance and Economics. It carries out research in wildlife ecology and biological conservation in Yunnan. It focuses on wildlife and humans conflicts and how they can be avoided, reduced or mitigated. Our research is grounded on field studies and mobilizes networks of forestry professionals and nature reserve managers. (...)