EFSA Journal

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Assessing Risk of Introduction via Import

A quantitative approach to estimate the likelihood of introduction of an infectious disease agent into a disease-free country through the movement of animals is essential to assess the risk of introduction of such disease agent. This approach was used to ...

Scientific Report of EFSA
19 April 2012

Simulation-based approach for early detection of FMD in wild boar

Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is a viral disease primarily of cloven-hoofed animals that can profoundly affect animal husbandry by evolving into severe epidemics that reduce the productivity of susceptible livestock.. Hunting activities are considered valu ...

Scientific Report of EFSA
17 April 2012

Simulation-based assessment on Microbiological Process Hygiene Criteria

A simulation exercise was performed to contribute to the assessment of the impact of Salmonella spp. on public health. The aim of this simulation approach was to investigate the effect of the prevalence of contaminated broiler carcasses at slaughterhouse ...

Scientific Report of EFSA
18 Februar 2011

Statistical re-analysis of the Biel maze data of the Stump et al (2010) study: "Developmental neurotoxicity study of dietary bisphenol A in Sprague-Dawley rats"

The Biel maze data presented by Stump et al. (2010) were reanalysed by EFSA using statistical methods that took the censoring into consideration along with key experimental and design features. The results showed that it cannot be concluded that there is ...

Quantitative risk assessment of Salmonella Enteritidis in shell eggs

Prevalences in terms of the number of eggs contaminated (internally and externally) with Salmonella Enteritidis per million are presented based on a 2 stage Bayesian model. The first stage estimates the average flock prevalence over laying period in the p ...

Scientific Report of EFSA
20 April 2010

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