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Olga Munoz
Olga Munoz
Researcher at IZSVe (Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie)
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Influenza at the animal-human interface: a review of the literature for virological evidence of human infection with swine or avian influenza viruses other than A (H5N1)
GS Freidl, A Meijer, E de Bruin, M de Nardi, O Munoz, I Capua, AC Breed, ...
Eurosurveillance 19 (18), 8-26, 2014
1642014
Influenza Virus Infection of Marine Mammals
S Fereidouni, O Munoz, S Von Dobschuetz, M De Nardi
EcoHealth, 1-10, 2014
692014
Islands as Hotspots for Emerging Mosquito-Borne Viruses: A One-Health Perspective
C Mavian, M Dulcey, O Munoz, M Salemi, AY Vittor, I Capua
Viruses 11 (1), 11, 2019
432019
Genetic Adaptation of Influenza A Viruses in Domestic Animals and Their Potential Role in Interspecies Transmission: A Literature Review (vol 13, pg 171, 2016)
O Munoz, M De Nardi, K Van Der Meulen, K Van Reeth, M Koopmans, ...
Ecohealth 13 (1), 199-199, 2016
39*2016
Development of a real-time RT-PCR assay for the simultaneous identification, quantitation and differentiation of avian metapneumovirus subtypes A and B
M Cecchinato, C Lupini, OS Munoz Pogoreltseva, V Listorti, A Mondin, ...
Avian pathology 42 (3), 283-289, 2013
372013
Genetic adaptation of influenza A viruses in domestic animals and their potential role in interspecies transmission: a literature review
O Munoz, M De Nardi, K van der Meulen, K van Reeth, M Koopmans, ...
EcoHealth, 1-28, 2015
332015
Emergence of influenza viruses with zoonotic potential: Open issues which need to be addressed. A review
I Capua, O Munoz
Veterinary microbiology 165 (1), 7-12, 2013
332013
Resistencia bacteriana de Escherichia coli uropatogénica en población nativa amerindia Kichwa de Ecuador
WM Guamán, VR Tamayo, JE Villacís, JA Reyes, OS Munoz, JN Torres, ...
Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Médicas (Quito) 42 (1), 36-45, 2017
312017
Evolution of a gender tool: WEAI, WELI and livestock research
KE Colverson, L Coble-Harris, A Galie, EV Moore, O Munoz, SL McKune, ...
Global Food Security 26, 100375, 2020
272020
Epidemiological risk factors for animal influenza A viruses overcoming species barriers
KA Harris, GS Freidl, OS Munoz, S von Dobschuetz, M De Nardi, ...
EcoHealth 14 (2), 342-360, 2017
252017
Diverse Escherichia Coli Lineages From Domestic Animals Carrying Colistin Resistance Gene mcr-1 in an Ecuadorian Household
F Loayza-Villa, L Salinas, N Tijet, F Villavicencio, R Tamayo, S Salas, ...
Journal of global antimicrobial resistance 22, 63-67, 2020
182020
Modelling the species jump: towards assessing the risk of human infection from novel avian influenzas
AA Hill, T Dewé, R Kosmider, S Von Dobschuetz, O Munoz, A Hanna, ...
Royal Society open science 2 (9), 150173, 2015
182015
Risk Factors Associated with Attacks of Hematophagous Bats (Desmodus rotundus) on Cattle in Ecuador
SA Orlando, VF Panchana, JL Calderón, OS Munoz, DN Campos, ...
Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 19 (6), 407-413, 2019
172019
Influenza surveillance in animals: what is our capacity to detect emerging influenza viruses with zoonotic potential?
S Von Dobschuetz, M De Nardi, KA Harris, O Munoz, AC Breed, ...
Epidemiology and infection 143 (10), 2187-2204, 2015
132015
Development of a risk assessment methodological framework for potentially pandemic influenza strains (FLURISK)
M De Nardi, A Hill, S Dobschuetz, O Munoz, R Kosmider, T Dewe, ...
EFSA Supporting Publications 11 (5), 2014
102014
FLURISK CONSORTIUM (2014) Development of a risk assessment methodological framework for potentially pandemic influenza strains (FLURISK)
M De Nardi, A Hill, S von Dobschuetz, O Munoz, R Kosmider, T Dewe, ...
EFSA Supporting Publication, EN-571, 0
10*
Is the COVID‐19 pandemic impacting on the risk of African Swine Fever virus (ASFV) introduction into the United States? A short‐term assessment of the risk factors
A Fanelli, O Muñoz, L Mantegazza, M De Nardi, I Capua
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases 69 (4), e505-e516, 2022
92022
Diverse Escherichia coli isolates from domestic animal in the same Ecuadorian household all carry the colistin resistance gene mcr1. 1
MF Loayza-Villa, L Salinas, N Tijet, F Villavicencio, R Trujillo, S Salas, ...
Journal of Global Antimicrobial Resistance, 2019
72019
Diverse Escherichia coli lineages, from domestic animals and humans in a household, carry colistin resistance gene mcr-1 in Ecuador
MFL Villa, L Salinas, F Villavivencio, T Rafael, S Salas, R Rivera, ...
bioRxiv, 350587, 2018
52018
Integrating digital and field surveillance as complementary efforts to manage epidemic diseases of livestock: African swine fever as a case study
M Tizzani, V Muñoz-Gómez, M De Nardi, D Paolotti, O Muñoz, P Ceschi, ...
PloS one 16 (12), e0252972, 2021
42021
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