A systematic review of evidence that enteroviruses may be zoonotic

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malaria 1 infectiousdiseases
meningitis 1 infectiousdiseases
AIDS 1 infectiousdiseases
acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis 1 infectiousdiseases
anthropozoonosis 5 infectiousdiseases
hepatitis B 1 infectiousdiseases
infectious disease 2 infectiousdiseases

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AIDS 29420 are many human infectious diseases with NHP origins that are well-known and documented, including HIV/ AIDS [45], dengue[46], hepatitis B[47], and malaria[48]. Although no studies included in this review demonstrated
acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis 1996 disease, more severe disease outcomes such as aseptic meningitis, acute flaccid paralysis (AFP), and acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis are associated with certain EV types. Enterovirus 71 (EV-71), for example, is a type most commonly associated
anthropozoonosis 1171 zooanthroponosis transmission, particularly among non-human primates. While there were more limited instances of anthropozoonosis transmission, the available data support the biological plausibility of cross-species transmission and
anthropozoonosis 4862 humans to animals[12],[13]. Where we sought to be directionally more specific, we employed the term “ anthropozoonosis ”, which we embraced as “a disease causing pathogen that is transmitted from animals to humans”,
anthropozoonosis 17064 documented instances of animal EV infection in humans or human EV infection in animals.Evidence of anthropozoonosis Two of the studies included in the review documented possible evidence of anthropozoonotic infection
anthropozoonosis 31727 without active infection. Additionally, this review only found limited articles demonstrating evidence of anthropozoonosis EV infection. Although the findings of these studies demonstrate the potential for animal EVs to infect
anthropozoonosis 32063 cannot provide evidence of active BEV-1 infection. In the other study demonstrating possible evidence of anthropozoonosis , Grutzmacher et al. found only one human fecal sample testing positive for an animal EV. While our
hepatitis B 29442 infectious diseases with NHP origins that are well-known and documented, including HIV/AIDS[45], dengue[46], hepatitis B [47], and malaria[48]. Although no studies included in this review demonstrated human infection with
infectious disease 29333 species but have contributed about 20% of our major human diseases”[44]. Indeed, there are many human infectious disease s with NHP origins that are well-known and documented, including HIV/AIDS[45], dengue[46], hepatitis
infectious disease 30633 transmission of SVDV. Cross-species transmission of animal EVs may also increase the risk for new emerging infectious disease s, as animal EVs may more easily mutate or recombine with other viruses in an animal host.This systematic
malaria 29463 origins that are well-known and documented, including HIV/AIDS[45], dengue[46], hepatitis B[47], and malaria [48]. Although no studies included in this review demonstrated human infection with an NHP EV, many of
meningitis 1949 infections are asymptomatic or cause mild respiratory disease, more severe disease outcomes such as aseptic meningitis , acute flaccid paralysis (AFP), and acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis are associated with certain EV

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