Welcome to the ENHanCEd Infectious Diseases (EID2) database. This evidence-based database annotates and integrates existing data on vectors, hosts and their pathogens. The database enables users to obtain:

If you have any inquries please contact the EID2 team by emailing eid2@liverpool.ac.uk.

A basic description of the EID2 can be found here, and also here.

Below are some of the publications using or mentioning the EID2:

  • Distinct spread of DNA and RNA viruses among mammals amid prominent role of domestic species (data).
  • Phylogenetic aggregation increases zoonotic potential of mammalian viruses (data).
  • Comparing methods for mapping global parasite diversity .
  • Disease mortality in domesticated animals is predicted by host evolutionary relationships.
  • Community-level respiration of prokaryotic microbes may rise with global warming (data).
  • Presence of Rickettsia aeschlimannii, ‘Candidatus Rickettsia barbariae’ and Coxiella burnetii in ticks from livestock in Northwestern Algeria.
  • Climate variation influences host specificity in avian malaria parasites.
  • 2018:
  • Phenotype diffusion and one health: A proposed framework for investigating the plurality of obesity epidemics across many species.
  • Gauging support for macroecological patterns in helminth parasites.
  • Pathogeography: leveraging the biogeography of human infectious diseases for global health management.
  • Dynamic Human Environmental Exposome Revealed by Longitudinal Personal Monitoring.
  • 2017:
  • Systematic Assessment of the Climate Sensitivity of Important Human and Domestic Animals Pathogens in Europe (data).
  • The neglected geography of human pathogens and diseases.
  • 2016:
  • Co-occurrence of viruses and mosquitoes at the vectors’ optimal climate range: An underestimated risk to temperate regions? (data).
  • Animals in the Zika Virus Life Cycle: What to Expect from Megadiverse Latin American Countries.
  • How humans drive speciation as well as extinction.
  • 2015 and older:
  • Database of host-pathogen and related species interactions, and their global distribution.
  • Using open-access taxonomic and spatial information to create a comprehensive database for the study of Mammalian and avian livestock and pet infections (data).
  • Impact of climate change on human and animal health.
  • Domesticated animals and human infectious diseases of zoonotic origins: domestication time matters (data).
  • Comparison of the h-Index Scores Among Pathogens Identified as Emerging Hazards in North America (data).
  • Application of next-generation sequencing technologies in virology.
  • Drivers for emerging issues in animal and plant health
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