E. F. Blouin/J-C. Maillard.
Part I: Trends in Emerging Zoonoses.
1. Biodiversity and Emerging Diseases: Jean-Charles Maillard.
2. Perspectives on Applied Spatial Analysis to Animal Health: a Case of Rodents in Thailand: Vincent Herbeteau.
3. Epidemics of the Emerging Animal Diseases and Food-Borne Infectious Problems Over the Last 5 Years in Japan: Itsuro Yamane.
4. Implication of Phylogenetic Systematics of Rodent-borne Hantaviruses on their Distribution: Vincent Herbeteau.
5. Epizootics of Yellow Fever in Venezuela (2004-2005): An Emerging Zoonotic Disease: Pedro Rifakis.
6. Risk Analysis and Bovine Tuberculosis, a Re-emerging zoonosis: François Roger.
7. Status of Mastitis as Emerging Diseases in Improved and Periurban Dairy Farms in India: Sachin Joshi.
8. The Role of Dogs on Epidemiology of Tick-borne Zoonoses: Alesandra Torina.
Part I(a): Surveillance and Control of Zoonoses.
9. Role of Import and Export Regulatory Animal Health Officials in International Control and Surveillance for Animal Disease Programs: Bob Bokma.
10. Regional and International Approaches on Prevention and Control of Animal Transboundary and Emerging Diseases: Joseph Domenech.
11. Linking Human and Animal Health Surveillance for Emerging Diseases in the United States: Achievements and Challenges: Tracy Lynn.
12. Establishment of Monoclonal Antibody-based Immunohistochemistry Method for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) Surveillance in China: Wu Xiaodong.
13. A serological survey of pigs, horses and ducks in Nepal for evidence of infection with Japanese encephalitis virus: Ganesh Raj Pant.
14. Porcine Innate and Adaptative Immune Responses to Influenza and Coronavirus Infections: Bernard Charley.
15. Ecopathological Approach in Tropical Countries: a Challenge in Intensified Production System: Bernard Faye.
16. Integrated Risk Reduction Along the Food Chain: Elizabeth Mumford.
Part I(b)Trends in Avian Zoonoses.
17. History and Evolution of HPAI Viruses in South East Asia: Vincent Martin.
18. Surveillance for Avian Influenza in the United States: Bob Bokma.
19. Influenza A Virus Surveillance of Migratory Waterfowl in Barbados: Kirk Douglas.
20. Isolation of Avian Influenza Virus A Subtype H5N1 from Internal Contents (albumen & allantoic fluid) of Japanese Quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) Eggs and Oviduct during a Natural Outbreak: Naruepol Promuntod.
21. Principles for Vaccine Protection in Chickens and Domestic Waterfowl Against Avian Influenza: Emphasis on Asian H5N1 High Pathogenicity Avian Influenza: David Swayne.
22. Vaccines Developed for H5 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in China: Chuanling Qiao.
23. Development and Use of Fowl Pox Vectored Vaccines for Avian Influenza: Michel Bublot.
24. SEPPIC Vaccine Adjuvants for Poultry: S. Ascarateil.
25. West Nile virus in Guadeloupe: Introduction, Spread and Decrease in Circulation Level: 2002-2005: Thierry Lefrancois.
26. Serological Assessment of West Nile Virus Activity in the Pastoral System of Ferlo (Senegal): Véronique Chevalier.
Part II. Trends in the Study of Disease Agents.
Part II(a) Virology and Bacteriology.
27. Genotyping of Newcastle Disease Viruses Isolated from 2002 to 2004 in China: Zhiliang Wang.
28. Descriptive and Spatial Epidemiology of Rift Valley Fever Outbreaks in Yemen (2000-2001): S. Abdo-Salem.
29. Efficacy of DNA Immunization with F and G Protein Genes of Nipah Virus: Bu Zhigao.
30. Generating Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Pseudotypes bearing the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Spike Envelope Glycoprotein for Rapid and Safe Neutralization Test or Cell Entry Assay: Bu Zhigao.
31. Prevalence of Salmonella spp in Various Raw Meat Samples of Kathmandu Local Market: Mahendra Maharjan.
32. Prevalence of Salmonella spp in Retail Chicken Meat in Hanoi, Vietnam: Luu Huong Quynh.
33. Study on Salmonella, Campylobacter and Escherichia coli Contamination of Raw Food available in Factory, School and Hospital Canteens in Hanoi, Vietnam: Ha Thi Anh Dao.
34. Prevalence of Salmonella spp. in Poultry in Vietnam: Thi Hanh Tran.
35. Prevalence and Epidemiology of Salmonella spp. in Small Pig Abattoirs of Hanoi, Vietnam: Cedric Le Bas.
36. Study on prevalence of Campylobacter spp. from chicken meat in Hanoi - Viet Nam: Luu Quynh Huong.
37. Characterization of Lactic Acid Bacteria and other Gut Bacteria in Pigs by a Macro-arraying Method: Narut Thanantong.
38. Porcine Eperythrozoonoses in China: Jiansan Wu.
Part II(b) Protozoa.
39. Bovine Transcriptome Analysis by SAGE Technology during an Experimental Trypanosoma congolense Infection: David Berthier.
40. The Trypanosomosis in the Goat. Current Status: Carlos Gutierrez.
41. Detection of T.b.rhodesiense Trypanosomes in Humans and Domestic Animals in South East Uganda by Amplification of Serum Resistance Associated Gene: JCK Enyaru.
42. Trypanosomiasis in Domestic Animals of Makwanpur District, Nepal: Mahendra Maharjan.
43. Prevalence of Trypanosoma evansi Infection in Equines and Camels in the Punjab Region, Pakistan: M. Hassan.
44. Clinical, Hematological and Biochemical Findings in an Outbreak of Abortion and Neonatal Mortality associated with Trypanosoma evansi Infection in Dromadery Camels: Carlos Gutierrez.
45. Prevalence of Cryptosporidium among Dairy Cows in Thailand: Sathaporn Jittapalapong.
46. Leishmania infantum Strains Characterization by Microsatellite Investigation: Stefano Reale.
47. Toxoplamosis in Piglets: Anyarat Thiptara.
Part II(c) Helminths.
48. Cysticercosis Of Slaughter Cattle In South Eastern Nigeria: Maxwell Opara.
49. Use of Bacillus thuringiensus Toxin as an Alternative Method of Control of Haemonchus contortus: Maria Lopez.
50. Biological Control of Gastro-intestinal Parasitic Nematodes Using Duddingtonia flagrans in Sheep under natural conditions in Mexico: Pedro Mendoza de Gives.
51. Prevalence of Fasciola spp. in Cattle in Le Loi, Vietnam: Bui Khanh Linh.
52. Differentiation of Teniae sp. by Morphological Examination and by PCR-RFLP: Nguyen Thi Lan Anh.
Part II(d) Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases.
53. New Findings on Anaplasmosis caused by infection with Anaplasma phagocytophilum: Eugenio Lillini.
54. Seasonal A. marginale & A. phagocytophilum Diffusion in Dairy Cow in Sicily: Alesandra Torina.
55. Molecular Diagnosis of Granulocytic Anaplasmosis and Infectious Cyclic Thrombocytopenia by PCR-RFLP: Alberto Alberti.
56. Development of an Immunosensor for the Diagnosis of Bovine Anaplasmosis: Marta Silva.
57. Identification of Common Antigens in Babesia bovis, B. bigemina and B. divergens: Julio Figueroa.
58. Evaluation of cattle inoculated with Babesia bovis clones adhesive in vitro to bovine brain endothelial cells: Germinal Canto.
59. Bovine Babesiosis Live Vaccine Production: Use of Gamma Irradiation on the Substrate: Carmen Rojas.
60. Babesia bigemina: Development of a Live Vaccine from an Attenuated Central Asian Isolate: Varda, Shkap.
61. Comparative genomics of E. ruminantium: Roger Frutos.
62. Emerging Tick-borne Diseases in African Vipers caused by a Cowdria-like Organism: Johnathan Kiel.
63. Identification and characterization of merozoite antigens of a Theileria species highly pathogenic for small ruminants in China: Joana Miranda.
64. Purification of Macroschizonts of a Sudanese Isolate of Theileria lestoquardi (T. lestoquardi ): Mohammed Bakheit.
65. Identification of Potential Antigenic Proteins of Theileria lestoquardi: Mohammed Bakheit.
66. The Host Response in the Sheep Artificially Infected with Theileria sp. (China): Wu Jiansan.
67. Identification of Homologous Genes of T. annulata Proteins in the Genome of Theileria sp. (China): Joana Miranda.
68. Epidemiology of Theileria annulata Infection of Dairy Cattle in Sudan using Molecular Techniques: Awadia Ali.
69. Investigation of MAP Kinase Activation in Theileria annulata-Infected Cell Lines: Ulrike Seitzer.
70. Dermal mast cells counts in F2 Holstein x Gir crossbred cattle artificially infested with ticks Boophilus microplus (Acari: Ixodidae): Jair Engracia Filho.
71. Detection of Hepatozoon Infections in Stray Dogs and Cats of Bangkok, Thailand: Sathaporn Jittapalapong.
72. Renitelo Cattle Dermatophilosis and PCR-RFLP Analysis of MHC Gene: Hanta Razafindraibe.
Part II(e) Piroplasm Phylogenetics and Implication for Livestock and Human Infection.
73. Polyphasic Taxonomy: Gerrit Uilenberg.
74. Phylogenic Position of Small Ruminant Infecting Piroplasms: Jabbar Ahmed.
75. Phylogenetics of Theileria Species in Small Ruminants: Olivier Sparagano.
76. Molecular Sequence Evidence for the Reclassification of some Babesia Species: Paula Allsopp.
77. Phylogenetic and Biologic Evidence that Babesia divergens Is Not Endemic in the United States: Patricia Holman.
Part III: Trends in Porcine Health.
78. PigTrop Website http://pigtrop.cirad.fr: an Internet Portal Dedicated to Pig Production and Wild Suids in Tropics: Vincent Porphyre.
79. Local Epidemio-surveillance in Swine Diseases in Northern Vietnam: Description and Preliminary Results: Vincent Porphyre.
80. A Study of Oedema Disease in Pigs in Vietnam with Particular Reference to the Use of Autovaccine for Prevention of Disease: Cu Huu Phu.
81. Preliminary Analysis of Tetracycline Residues in Marketed Pork in Hanoi, Vietnam: Duong Van Nhiem.
82. Antimicrobial Resistance Phenotypes of ETEC Isolates from Piglets with Diarrhoea in North Vietnam: Do Ngoc Thuy.
83. Influence of Different Diets to Growth Performance, Meat Quality and Resistance of Pig Crossbreeds (PIE x MC-local ) and PIE (LW x MC- local): Nguyen Quang Linh.
Part IV: Dedication.
85. Dedication: Jim C. Williams: Katherine M. Kocan.