Select Resources on SARS-CoV-2 Pertaining to Animal and Human Health for Veterinary Pathologists – Updated April 3, 2020
The global pandemic has changed each of our lives. Here are a few resources selected for their pertinence to the practice and scientific basis of Veterinary Pathology. Keep physically distant but connected!
Worms and Germs Blog - scientifically sound, up-to-date and practical information from Dr. Scott Weese, veterinary infectious disease expert and internist
Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 among domestic animals - non-peer reviewed pre-print on potential transmission among ferrets and cats
Similarity and distribution of ACE2 receptor in mammals - non-peer reviewed pre-print showing high conservation of the viral receptor across species
New: SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in cats - non-peer reviewed pre-print suggesting that cats develop antibody responses specific to SARS-CoV-2
AVMA Resources for Veterinarians – Information on the virus, prevention of infection and legislation for veterinary practices
NIH Stat Pearl on Features, Evaluation and Treatment of SARS-CoV-2
Dynamics of aerosols – distance, size and infectivity of different aerosols
Global Case Numbers – Real-time updates from Johns Hopkins University
NIH Resources – Funding opportunities, vaccine efforts, viral biology
New England Journal of Medicine – Therapies, infection in specific populations, physicians’ and funders’ perspectives
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