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Again, hundreds of millions of dollars were committed to research and develop every known exotic disease.
Assessment of geographic and seasonal exposure is needed for identiflying this polymorphic exotic disease.
They are also vulnerable to amphibian chytrid fungus--an exotic disease devastating amphibian species worldwide--and even native pathogens that previous generations had been able to fend off.
Allowing vets to use advanced molecular diagnosis in the field will enhance their efficiency in managing endemic and exotic disease outbreaks identifying diseased animals and as importantly, non-infected ones and improve their surveillance capability.
This isolated incident is now being handled in accordance with exotic disease response procedures under the supervision of New South Wales Department of Primary Industries, with the health and wellbeing of the animals of paramount concern.
This exotic disease is usually deadly for black-footed ferrets and their primary prey, prairie dogs, resulting in local extinctions or regional population reductions.
Alarmed by the menace to their natural environment, British forestry officials have gone into emergency mode to combat an exotic disease for which there is no cure.
This aggressive new exotic disease affects boxwood (Buxus) on Long Island, and has been detected in 10 other states, including Connecticut.
We, that is the pig industry and government, must do all we can to ensure this or any other exotic disease, does not spread to the United Kingdom.
When we visit family and friends in the hospital, we don't think about those also admitted for more serious and exotic disease and infections.
Serious exotic disease outbreaks thankfully are rare but we are always ready to take action if one should happen," she said.
Blue Tongue is currently an exotic disease to Britain but has been much to the fore on the European mainland recently as cases have been found as far north as Germany and the Netherlands, in areas parallel to the south of England.