ABC News Laura Beavis 20 August 2015
A Tasmanian scientist has detected the deadly leptospirosis bacteria in Tasmanian devils for the first time, including a strain never seen before in Australian wildlife.
Sunshine Coast University PhD student Sarah Wynwood developed a new test for the bacteria.
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(Elsevier 23 April 2015) Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, has announced the launch of a new open-access journal: One Health. The journal is the Official Journal of the One Health Platform, an international forum that promotes a cross-sectoral and collaborative approach to one health issues, bringing together leading experts from a multitude of research areas.
One Health will publish high quality research papers, reviews and outbreak reports on inter- and intra-species pathogen transmission and the predisposing factors that lead to their emergence. Research areas include virus discovery, antimicrobial resistance, veterinary science, ecosystem health, food safety, public health and emergency preparedness
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