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serological study of exposure to selected arthropod-borne pathogens in european bison (bison bonasus) in poland.bison bonasus is an indigenous species of central and eastern europe with the largest wild population inhabiting białowieża primeval forest; however, free-living and captive european bison are reared in many countries around the world. despite that the european bison was rescued from the extinction after the first world war, it remains as endangered species. changing environment as well as human activity may have contributed to the observed increase of the risk of the emergence and re-emergence ...201627291825
first detection of schmallenberg virus in elk (alces alces) indicating infection of wildlife in białowieża national park in poland.schmallenberg virus (sbv) rna was detected in the serum of an elk (alces alces) calf captured on the outskirts of białowieża national park (bnp) in december 2012, and shortly afterwards the calf died of acute bronchopneumonia. serum samples from 169 animals, including bison, red and fallow deer, originating from eight locations situated in four polish provinces, were tested for the presence of sbv-specific antibodies between 2011 and 2013. although no antibodies were found in samples collected u ...201324021421
cross-sectional study of schmallenberg virus seroprevalence in wild ruminants in poland at the end of the vector season of 2013.in view of recurrent schmallenberg virus (sbv) infections all over europe between 2011 and 2013, a lively scientific debate over the importance of the sylvatic transmission cycle of the virus has emerged. the study presents results of serosurvey which included wild ruminants representing species of red deer (cervus elaphus), roe deer (capreolus capreolus), european bison (bison bonasus), fallow deer (dama dama), mouflon (ovis orientalis musimon) hunted or immobilized at 34 different locations of ...201425528665
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