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Sanità pubblica veterinaria

Zoonosi

Le zoonosi sono malattie trasmissibili dagli animali all'uomo. Gli agenti responsabili delle zoonosi possono essere batteri, virus, parassiti o prioni.

Circa il 75% delle malattie emergenti dell'uomo riconosciute negli ultimi decenni hanno un'origine zoonotica.

Le zoonosi possono trasmettersi tramite: il consumo di alimenti contaminati (salmonellosi, listeriosi); vettori, come le zecche e le zanzare (malattia di Lyme, febbre West Nile); il contatto diretto o indiretto (rabbia, influenza aviaria).

L'Istituto Superiore di Sanità (ISS) svolge attività di ricerca e sorveglianza sulle zoonosi, anche in collaborazione con gli Istituti zooprofilattici sperimentali.


null Training at the EURL-VTEC

The EURL-VTEC offers laboratory training for the staff of the NRLs of EU Member States or third countries. All the training sessions are based on a hands-on approach and consist in visits to the EURL-VTEC of trainees interested in improving their knowledge about methodologies and techniques for pathogenic E. coli detection, identification, and typing. A dedicated budget from the European Commission is usually allocated to support visits of scientists from EU-NRLs and each year the EURL launches a call to collect applications from the NRLs.
Different training programs are currently available at the Training at the EURL-VTEC section of the website and also reported below. 
 
- Program for a 5-days training on the detection of VTEC in food matrices according to the ISO TS 13136:2012 and the characterization of the isolated VTEC strains (EU-RL VTEC_Training Program_ISOTS13136_Rev 3)

- Program for a 4-days training on the identification and characterization of the different groups of pathogenic E. coli by Real Time PCR amplification of their virulence genes (EU-RL VTEC_Training Program_Identification of pathogenic E. coli_Rev 2)

- Program for a 5-days training on molecular typing of VTEC by PFGE (EU-RL VTEC_Training Program_PFGE typing_Rev 2)

- Program for a 5-days training on the design and preparation of PTs on the detection of VTEC in food matrices (EU-RL VTEC_Training Program_PT organization _Rev 1)

- Program for a 3-days training on the use of bioinformatics tools for Next Generation Sequencing data mining for typing pathogenic E. coli (EURL-VTEC_Training Program_Bioinformatics_Rev 0) [PDF - 120.32 kbytes]

 

In the same section are also available the documents related to:

- Basic Course on the use of BioNumerics Software for the analysis of Pulsed Field Gel Electrophoresis-generated profiles of E. coli (Rome, 12-13 June 2014)

- Second Joint Training Course on the Use of BioNumerics Software to analyse PFGE data of Shiga-toxin producing Escherichia coli, Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes (Rome, 3-4 July 2017)
 


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