Nombre del curso de posgrado: TÓPICOS DE QUIMIOMETRÍA Director del curso: Dr. Héctor C. Goicoechea (FBCB-UNL) Docentes: Dr. Rafael Lisandro Althaus (FCV-UNL), Dra. María Silvia Cámara (FBCB- UNL), Dra. María Julia Culzoni (FBCB-UNL) y Dra. Luciana Vera Candioti (FBCB- UNL). Objetivos: El objetivo del presente curso de postgrado es brindar a los participantes aprendizajes si
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Jlta.or.jpl'alimentation et des produits los Productos de de consommation Certificate Gesundheitsbescheinigung Certificat ANIMAL HEALTH CERTIFICATE (REQUIREMENTS) FOR CAMELIDS TO BE
EXPORTED TO JAPAN FROM THE NETHERLANDS
premises of origin of the exported : camelids Date starting embarkation Paratuberculosis: delayed type hypersensitivity test using Johnin* or Avian and
Fecal culture test* or PCR*
CF test (negative at 1:5 ), agar-gel immunodiffusion test, Tube agglutination test (less than 50IU/ml) * or CF test (less than 50% fixation at serum dilution 1:5) * or ELISA*. The Netherlands is free from contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, foot and mouth disease (FMD), lumpy skin disease, rinderpest, Rift Valley fever, trypanosomosis and vesicular stomatitis. Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, FMD, haemorrhagiac septicemia, lumpy skin disease, rinderpest, Rift valley fever, trypanosomosis and vesicular stomatitis are notifiable disease in The Netherlands. The exported camelids have not been vaccinated against FMD. The exported camelids have been raised in The Netherlands since their birth or for at least 6 months prior to shipment to Japan. There has been no clinical, microbiological or serological evidence of Paratuberculosis on the premises where the exported camelids were born and/or raised (hereinafter referred to as "the premises of origin") for 5 years before the commencement of the embarkation quarantine in article 8. There has been no clinical, microbiological or serological evidence of anthrax, Aujesky's disease, blackleg, campylobacteriosis, haemorrhagiac septicemia, leptospirosis, malignant catarrhal fever, rabies, tetanus, trichomoniasis, and tuberculosis at the premises of origin for 12 months before the commencement of the examinations in article 7. Examinations and embarkation quarantine 7. The exported camelids have been individually subjected to the following examinations with negative results at the premises of origin during the period of 60 days to 30 days prior to the shipment to Japan. After the exported camelids are tested for these diseases with negative results, they have been isolated from any other animals of which health status is not equivalent. (see table above (1) and (2)) The exported camelids have been kept isolated for at least 7 days in the embarkation quarantine facilities approved by the animal health authorities of The Netherlands. The exported camelids have no evidence of any infectious disease as the result of careful clinical inspections conducted by the government authorities of The Netherlands during embarkation quarantine. During this embarkation quarantine period in article 8, the exported camelids have been subject to the following examinations with negative results conducted by the said authorities. (see table above (3) until (6)) The exported camelids have been treated for leptospirosis with a long-acting tetracycline product in accordance with the manufacture's instruction during the embarkation-quarantine in article 8. Dose : Name of used chemicals : Dates of treatment The exported camelids have been treated against external parasites with approved insecticide during the embarkation period in article 8, and are free from external parasites at the time of the shipment. Method : Name of used chemicals : Dates of treatment If the exported camelids have been vaccinated, the kind of vaccines, name of the used vaccine, name of the manufacturer, lot numbers and date of vaccination are mentioned in ANNEX 1. All containers, vehicles and loading places of the ship or aircraft to be used for transportation of the exported camelids have been cleaned and disinfected with chemicals approved by the government authorities of The Netherlands under the supervision of the said authorities in advance of loading. The exported camelids have been kept isolated from any other cloven-hoofed animals and equidae during the transportation within The Netherlands. No cloven-hoofed animals and equidae are mix-loaded with the exported camelids at the time of shipment to Japan. Feed and bedding used during the transportation period of the exported camelids to Japan are from the same source used for the embarkation quarantine. No additional feed and bedding are provided throughout transportation of the exported camelids to Japan. The shipment is transported directly to Japan and not transit via other countries. Gedaan te / Done at / Ausgefertigt in / Fait à / Hecho en op / on / am / le / el: Handtekening officiële functionaris / Signature of the official functionary / Unterschrift des befugten Beambten / Signature du fonctionnaire officiel / Firma del funcionario oficial: Naam en functie in hoofdletters / Name and qualification in capital letters / Name und Funktion in Grossbuchstaben / Nom et fonction en lettres capitales / Nombre y función con letras mayúsculas: Annex 1 (mentioned in declaration 12) Nr.
Additional declaration for the export of camelids to Japan in regard to Schmallenberg virus (SBV)
It is confirmed by The Netherlands authority that the embarkation quarantine facility is free from insect vector, and the exported camelids are negative for PCR or virus isolation on serum samples collected at least 8 days after entering the embarkation quarantine facility; OR * on serum samples collected during the embarkation quarantine, the exported camelids are negative for PCR or virus isolation and positive for serum neutralization test, ELISA or IFA. * Method, sampling date, result and the name and address of the testing laboratory must be stated in the table below.
* delete as appropriate
1) Tested by the Central Veterinary Institute of Wageningen UR Houtribweg 39 8221 RA Lelystad, The Netherlands P.O. Box 9 7400 AA Deventer, The Netherlands
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