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  • adverb In a zoonotic way; by zoonosis.

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Examples

  • Professor Timms said the research revealed evidence that humans were originally infected zoonotically by animal isolates of Chlamydia pneumoniae which have adapted to humans primarily through the processes of gene decay.

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  • Professor Timms said the research revealed evidence that humans were originally infected zoonotically by animal isolates of Chlamydia pneumoniae which have adapted to humans primarily through the processes of gene decay.

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  • However, it's a direct relationship in places where dead livestock mean lack of food, where unhealthy animals spread disease either directly (zoonotically) or indirectly (via food contamination) and where livestock are a living breathing 'bank' - cash held in reserve, available to pay for a sick family member's treatment, school fees, or produce at the market if the harvest is bad.

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  • However, it's a direct relationship in places where dead livestock mean lack of food, where unhealthy animals spread disease either directly (zoonotically) or indirectly (via food contamination) and where livestock are a living breathing 'bank' - cash held in reserve, available to pay for a sick family member's treatment, school fees, or produce at the market if the harvest is bad.

    thing-a-day 2010

  • Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1 virus is entrenched in poultry in Asia and Africa and continues to infect humans zoonotically causing acute respiratory disease syndrome and death.

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