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    • Factors influencing lead, mercury and other trace element exposure in birds from metal mining areas 

      Durkalec, Maciej; Martínez-Haro, Monica; Nawrocka, Agnieszka; Pareja-Carrera, Jennifer; Smits, Judit E.G.; Mateo, Rafael (Elsevier, 2022)
      Non-ferrous metal mining is considered one of the largest sources of toxic metal released to the environment and may threaten ecosystems, notably biota. We explored how birds that inhabit non-ferrous metal mining sites are ...
    • Feed as a mechanical vector in the transmission of swine viral diseases 

      Mazur-Panasiuk, Natalia; Antas, Marta; Fila, Mateusz; Żmudzki, Jacek; Woźniakowski, Grzegorz; Szczotka-Bochniarz, Anna (2021)
      The current African swine fever (ASF) epizootic in Europe and Asia has clearly highlighted the crucial role of effective biosecurity in preventing and controlling infectious diseases and in ensuring a high health status ...
    • Feed as a source of dioxins and PCBs 

      Pajurek Marek; Warenik-Bany Małgorzata; Mikołajczyk Szczepan (PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, ENGLAND, 2022)
      Dioxins (PCDD/PCDF) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are a group of undesirable chemicals classified as persistent organic pollutants (POPs). The main route of human exposure to these compounds is through the diet ...
    • Feed as a source of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) 

      Pietroń, Wojciech; Małagocki, Paweł; Warenik-Bany, Małgorzata (ELSEVIER, 2023)
      One of the most important routes for human exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) is the ingestion of contaminated food. Food of animal origin safety is strongly related to feed quality. The aim of the study ...
    • Feed materials – Levels and characteristic profiles of dioxins and PCBs 

      Pajurek, Marek; Warenik-Bany, Małgorzata; Mikołajczyk, Szczepan (ELSEVIER, 2024)
      Dioxins (PCDD/PCDF) are toxic compounds that are ubiquitous in the environment; although present in low concentrations, they are persistent and highly toxic and they bioaccumulate in food chains. Therefore, it is very ...
    • First case of Echinococcus ortleppi (G5) in wolf (Canis lupus) 

      Karamon, Jacek; Samorek-Pieróg, Małgorzata; Sroka, Jacek; Bilska-Zając, Ewa; Dąbrowska, Joanna; Kochanowski, Maciej; Różycki, Mirosław; Zdybel, Jolanta; Cencek, Tomasz (Polish Parasitological Society, 2022)
      The purpose of the study was to confirm thepresence of Echinococcus spp. tapeworms inwolves from south-eastern Poland The intestine was from a sixyear-old male wolf killed in a traffic accident. Sixty one adult tapeworms ...
    • First detection of Hedgehog coronavirus 1 in Poland 

      Pomorska‑Mól, Małgorzata; Ruszkowski, Jakub J.; Gogulski, Maciej; Domanska‑Blicharz, Katarzyna (2022)
      Hedgehogs are common in the majority of European countries and are known to host various pathogens, including viruses. The recent discovery of MERS‑related coronaviruses (CoVs) in hedgehogs from Germany, France, the UK, ...
    • First molecular characterization of small ruminant Lentiviruses detected in Romania 

      Olech, Monika; Hodor, Dragos; Toma, Corina; Negoescu, Andrada; Taulescu, Marian (MDPI, 2023)
      Small ruminant lentiviruses (SRLVs) are a group of retroviruses that cause multisystem chronic diseases in goats and sheep and lead to production losses in these animals, negatively affecting animal health and welfare. ...
    • The First Record of Echinococcus ortleppi (G5) Tapeworms in Grey Wolf (Canis lupus) 

      Karamon, J.; Samorek-Pieróg, M.; Sroka, J.; Bilska-Zając, E.; Dąbrowska, J.; Kochanowski, M.; Różycki, M.; Zdybel, J.; Cencek, T. (2021)
      The aim of this study is to confirm the presence and molecular identification of Echinococcus tapeworms in wolves from south-eastern Poland. An investigation was carried out on the intes-tines of 13 wolves from south-eastern ...
    • Foot-and-mouth disease and peste des petits ruminants - the role of wildlife in the epidemiology and control of diseases 

      Niedbalski, Wiesław; Fitzner, Andrzej; Kęsy, Andrzej (Polskie Towarzystwo Nauk Weterynaryjnych, 2023)
      Foot-and mouth disease (FMD) and peste des petits ruminants (PPR) are highly contagious and an economically devastating diseases, currently endemic to the African and Asian continents. The aim of this paper was to present ...
    • Formaldehyd jako czynnik zagrożenia i zakazany dodatek paszowy 

      Patyra, Ewelina; Kwiatek, Krzysztof (Przedsiębiorstwo Wielobranżowe BEGEPO Sp. z o.o., 2023)
      Formaldehyd jest substancją chemiczną występującą powszechnie w środowisku bytowania ludzi i zwierząt, która nie jest obojętna dla naszego bezpieczeństwa. Stąd przedmiotem niniejszego artykułu są aspekty toksykologiczne ...
    • Formicprotect - nowy lek do zwalczania inwazji Varroa destructor 

      Pohorecka, Krystyna; Skubida, Marta; Zdańska, Dagmara; Bober, Andrzej (Pszczelnicze Towarzystwo Naukowe, 2022)
      Formicprotect to pierwszy zarejestrowany w kraju produkt weterynaryjny, zawierający jako substancję czynną kwas mrówkowy. Polscy pszczelarze mają zatem do dyspozycji gotowy lek, którego stosowanie, co równie ważne, jest ...
    • Fowl adenovirus strains 1/A and 11/D isolated from birds with reovirus infection 

      Niczyporuk, Jowita Samanta; Kozdruń, Wojciech; Czekaj, Hanna; Styś-Fijoł, Natalia (2021)
      Inclusion body hepatitis (IBH) is, in some cases, a fatal disease affecting fowl by adenovirus strains which are subdivided into 5 species (A-E). In the current study, we investigated sequences from the Loop L1 region of ...
    • Gelatin medium for preserving of Trichinella spp. for quality control in laboratories – estimation of larvae viability 

      Bilska-Zając, Ewa; Różycki, Mirosław; Korpysa-Dzirba, Weronika; Bełcik, Aneta; Karamon, Jacek; Sroka, Jacek; Samorek-Pieróg, Małgorzata; Zdybel, Jolanta; Wójcik-Fatla, Angelina; Cencek, Tomasz (INST AGRICULTURAL MEDICINE, 2023)
      Introduction and objective:Official food control laboratories ensure food safety using reliable, validated methods. Council Regulations (EC) No. 853/2004, 854/2004 and 882/2004 of the European Parliament established hygiene ...
    • Genetic Diversity and Epidemiological Significance of Wild Boar HEV-3 Strains Circulating in Poland 

      Kozyra, I.; Bigoraj, E.; Jabłoński, A.; Politi, K.; Rzeżutka, A. (2021)
      The wild boar is the most important reservoir of zoonotic HEV-3 strains among different wildlife species. The aim of the study was subtype identification of wild boar HEV-3 strains circulating in Poland. Wild boar liver ...
    • Genetic diversity and relationships of Listeria monocytogenes serogroup IIa isolated in Poland 

      Lachtara, Beata; Wieczorek, Kinga; Osek, Jacek (MDPI, 2022)
      In the present study, 100 L. monocytogenes isolates of serogroup IIa from food and food production environments in Poland were characterized towards the presence of virulence, resistance, and stress response genes using ...
    • Genetic diversity of Cryptosporidium parvum strains in cattle in Poland – a cross-sectional population study 

      Kaupke, Agnieszka; Rzeżutka, Artur (Polish Parasitology Society, 2022)
      Cryptosporidium parvum (C. parvum) infections are reported in cattle worldwide. Ruminants are not only the reservoir of the parasite for other animal species, but they can also be a source of infection for humans. The aim ...
    • Genetic Diversity of the LTR Region of Polish SRLVs and Its Impact on the Transcriptional Activity of Viral Promoters 

      Olech, Monika; Kuźmak, Jacek (MDPI, 2023)
      A long terminal repeat (LTR) plays an indispensable role in small ruminant lentivirus (SRLV) gene expression. In this study, we present the LTR sequence of Polish SRLVs representing different subtypes, and analyzed their ...
    • Genetic evidence substantiates transmission of Trichinella spiralis from one swine farm to another 

      Bilska-Zając, E.; Tonanzi, D.; Pozio, E.; Różycki, M.; Cencek, T.; Thompson, P.; Rosenthal, B.; La Rosa, G. (2021)
      Trichinella spiralis ranks seventh in the risk posed by foodborne parasites. It causes most human cases of trichinellosis and is the most frequent cause of Trichinella outbreaks on pig farms and in wild boar, worldwide. ...
    • Genetic variability of Bovine Leukemia Virus: evidence of dual infection, recombination and Quasi-Species 

      Pluta, Aneta; Rola-Łuszczak, Marzena; Hoffmann, Federico; Donnik, Irina; Petropavlovskiy, Maxim; Kuźmak, Jacek (MDPI, 2024)
      AbstractWe have characterized the intrahost genetic variation in the bovine leukemia virus (BLV) by examining 16 BLV isolates originating from the Western Siberia–Tyumen and South Ural–Chelyabinsk regions of Russia. Our ...