Posters2017-03-22T15:38:57+00:00

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Development of the PCR Protocol for Detection of F. Tularensis in Environmental and Clinical Samples (48)
A.P. Gerilovych, B.T. Stegniy, O.S. Solodiankin, O. Zlenko, National Scientific Center—Institute of Experimental and Clinical Veterinary Medicine (NSC IECVM), Kharkov, Ukraine

Development of the Biosafety and Biosecurity Policy in NSC IECVM (49)
B.T. Stegniy, A.P. Gerilovych, I.S. Danylova, O.V. Obukhovska, M. Yu Stegniy, O.S. Solodiankin, National Scientific Center—Institute of Experimental and Clinical Veterinary Medicine (NSC IECVM), Kharkov, Ukraine

Analysis of Biological Risks of Tularemia in the Eastern and Southern Regions of Ukraine (50)
V.I Bolotin, O.B. Zlenko, B.T. Stegniy, O.S. Solodiankin, A.P. Gerilovych, National Scientific Center—Institute of Experimental and Clinical Veterinary Medicine (NSC IECVM), Kharkov, Ukraine

Equine Facility Biosafety: Challenges and Lessons Learned from Large Animal BSL2 Containment (53)
Delena W. Mazzetti, Brandy Nelson, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Monitoring Studies of Aujeszky Disease Virus Circulation in Wild Pigs in the Ukraine (55)
Muzykina Larysa, Mandygra, Svitlana, Halka, Ihor, Sytiuk, Mykola, Nychyk, Serghiy, Ayshpur, Olena, Institute of Veterinary Medicine of the National Academy of Agragarian Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

Vaccine-induced Immune Response Against Bovine Leukemia Virus (56)
Svitlana Mandygra, Ihor Halka, Larysa Muzykina, Nychyk Serghiy, Mycola Mandyhra, Institute of Veterinary Medicine of the National Academy of Agragarian Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

Detection of T-2 Toxin Producing Fungi in Feed in the Ukraine (59)
Olga Vasianovych, Yulia Yangol, Serhiy Nychyk, Natalia Hudz, Institute of Veterinary Medicine of the National Academy of Agragarian Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

Biorisk Analysis and Staff Protection when Working with Rabies Virus in the Laboratory (60)
Ivan Polupan, Alina Nikitova, Serhiy Nychyk, Andriy Rozumniuk, Institute of Veterinary Medicine of the National Academy of Agragarian Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

Biorisk Regarding Bacterial Infections of Pigs in the Ukraine and Means of their Control (61)
Olga Gorbatiuk, Tetaina Ukhovska, Valentyna Andriyaschuk, Oleksandr Zhovnir, Natalia Hudz, Institute of Veterinary Medicine of the National Academy of Agragarian Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

Ukraine is the Unique Region for the Research of Ecology, Antigenic and Genetic Diversity of Avian Infulenza Viruses and Paramyxoviruses which Circulate Among Wild Birds in Eurasia (63)
Muzyka Denys, Oleksandr Rula, Borys Stegniy, National Scientific Center Institute of Experimental and Clinical Veterinary Medicine(NSC IECVM), Kharkiv, Ukraine; Mary Pantin-Jackwood, Erica Spackman, Claudio Afonso, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Athens, GA

The Immune Response in Chicken Against the Infection with Low-Pathogenic Influenza Viruses of H4N6, H13N8, H13N2 Subtypes that had been Isolated from Wild Birds of Different Ecological Groups (64)
Oleksandr Rula, Muzyka Denys, Stegniy Anton, Gerilovych Anton, Borys Stegniy, National Scientific Center Institute of Experimental and Clinical Veterinary Medicine (NSC IECVM), Kharkiv, Ukraine; Hyun Lillehoj, Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, MD

Development and Implementation of a High-Quality Test System for Immunochromatographic Analysis for ASF Field Diagnosis (67)
S. Nychyk, M. Sytiuk, I. Halka, N. Hudz, S. Mihalap, D. Korol, O. Nebeschuk, V. Spyrydonov, Institute of Veterinary Medicine of the National Academy of Agragarian Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

Epizootological Monitoring of Wild Pigs Viral Disease in the Ukraine (68)
S. Nychyk, M. Sytiuk, I. Halka, N. Hudz, P. Sharandak, A. Kovalenko, Institute of Veterinary Medicine of the National Academy of Agragarian Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

pdfUsing a One Health Approach to Prevent Bucellosis in Georgia (69)(PDF 265KB)
Neli Khizanishvili, National Food Agency, Telavi, Georgia; Merab Ososhvili, National Center for Disease Control, Laboratory of the Ministry of Agriculture, Gurjaani, Georgia; Tea Glonti, Battelle Memorial Institute, Tbilisi, Georgia

Use of Standardized Electronic Tools for Harmonized Data Collection Across Multiple Countries and Projects (71)
Martin Adams, Global Scientific Solutions for Health, Baltimore, MD

Biorisk Assessment of Rabies Challenge Virus (CVS strain) Preparation in Laminar Air Flow Cabinet (72)
Mohamed Samy Mohamed Abousenna, Central Laboratory for Evaluation of Veterinary Biologics, Cairo, Egypt

Improvement of Disinfectant Program Used for Control of Brucella Meltensis in the Laboratory and Animal Houses in CLEVB. (73)
Rafik Hamed Sayed, Central Laboratory for Evaluation of Veterinary Biologics, Cairo, Egypt

Analysis on the use of Supply HEPA Filters vs Supply Bioseal Dampers (74)
Chris Kiley, Eric Bratt, Merrick & Co, Duluth, GA

pdfDevelopment and Introduction of Diagnostic Test Kit for Detection of Antibodies to Newcastle Disease Vrus (76)(PDF 434KB)
Oksana Blotska, State Science-Control Institute of Biotechnology and Strains of Microorganisms, Kiev, Ukraine

pdfThe Emergent Situation with Regard to African Swine Fever in Ukraine in 2012-2016 (77)(PDF 615KB)
Oksana F. Blotska, Zinaida S. Klestova, Mykhailo V. Babkin, Oleg M. Deriabin, Zinaida S. Klestova, State Science-Control Institute of Biotechnology and Strains of Microorganisms, Kiev, Ukraine

Campaign for Rising Awareness in Biorisk Management in Health Care and Veterinary Facilities in Georgia. Introduction of Educational Program in Biosafety and Bioethics at Agricultural University of Georgia (78)
Lela Bakanidze, Mariam Natsvlishvili, National Center for Disease Control, Tbilisi, Georgia

The Containment Measures and Challenges to Prevent Release of RVFV During the Evaluation of RVF Vaccines Inside Laboratory and Animal Facilities. (79)
Maged Mounir Ibrahim, Central Laboratory for Evaluation of Veterinary Biologics, Cairo, Egypt

Integrated Consortium of Laboratory Networks (80)
Betsie Chacko, Department of Homeland Security, Wahington, DC

A Case Study: Risk Assessment of High Virus Diagnosis in Tunisia (81)
Aana Masmoudi, Institut Pasteur de Tunis, Belvidere, Tunisia

Veterinary Biorisk Management Training: An Experience from the Philippines (82)
Rohani Cena, Raul Destura, Angelo dela Tonga, Raul Destura, Angelo dela Tonga, University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines

Laboratory Safety Assessment Tool (85)
Jessie Dugan Barrett, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Athens, GA

What Goes Around Comes Around—Lyme Disease in Humans: Climate Change and Other Human Interventions Causing Wildlife Population Shifts Ultimately Have an Impact on Public Health. (84)
Mireille Plamondon, Hospital du Haut-Richelieu, Richelieu, Quebec, Canada

Biosafety and Biosecurity Risks Associated with the Veterinary Profession and Veterinary Practices in the Republic of Ghana (86)
Joannishka Kuokor Dsani, Accra Veterinary Laboratory, Accra, Ghana

Survey of Biological and Chemical Hazards Management in Laboratories: Basis for Improvements in Institutional Laboratory Chem- and Bio-Risk Program (88)
Joy Calayo, RMT, San Lazaro Hospital, Manilla, Philippines