- adj. Of, or relating to zoonosis.
- adj. of or relating to or constituting zoonosis
“The term zoonotic refers to any disease that is able to jump the divide from animals to people.”
“He works in these forests tracking what are called zoonotic viruses -- ones that can jump from animals to humans.”
“COOPER: Dr. Nathan Wolf (ph) is a world-renowned epidemiologist, a virus hunter who works in these forests, tracking what are called zoonotic viruses, ones that can jump from humans to animals.”
“When it results in human influenza, it is called zoonotic swine flu.”
“When transmission results in influenza in a human, it is called zoonotic swine flu.”
“If transmission does cause human influenza, it is called zoonotic swine flu.”
“These diseases can be passed on to humans, and are known as zoonotic diseases.”
“Many scientists also believe that people who work inside CAFOs are more at risk of contracting and spreading these and other "zoonotic" diseases than those working in smaller-scale operations, with outdoor pens or pasture and far lower animal density.”
“The beginning of the AIDS outbreak was a subtle shift in the genetic material of a virus which allowed the virus to become zoonotic, meaning that it could be transferred from animals to people.”
“Just as significantly, many FADs are non-zoonotic, meaning they cannot "jump" the animal-human species barrier.”
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