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Table 2 Selected potential CSIs distributed into different categories based on mode of transmission

From: Identifying climate-sensitive infectious diseases in animals and humans in Northern regions

Category CSI/infectious agentZoonoticNo. of abstractsNo. of abstracts that included ≥ 2 CSIs
Arthropod vector-borneTicksAnaplasmosisYes1017
BabesiosisYes99
Borreliosis/lyme diseaseYes4223
Tick-borne encephalitisYes3316
MidgesBlue tongue diseaseNo6613
Schmallenberg virusNo33
MosquitoesSetaria tundraNo30
Sindbis fever/Pogosta/OckelboYes263
TularaemiaYes106
West Nile FeverYes10017
Food-, feed- and water-borne BotulismYes41
Campylobacter infectionYes418
CryptosporidiosisYes722
LeptospirosisYes1006
ListeriosisYes03
SalmonellosisYes614
Vtec/EHECYes04
Soil- and natural water-borne AnthraxYes162
ClostridiosisYes22
Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiaeYes00
GiardiasisYes215
Q-feverYes21
Vibrio vulnificusNo05
Contact transmission Alphaherpes virusNo00
Gammaherpes virusNo00
NecrobacillosisYes00
Parapoxvirus (orf)Yes01
PasteurellosisNo10
PestivirusNo00
  1. Selected potential CSIs, divided and subdivided into categories based on mode of transmission to new individuals (within or between species), number of abstracts per CSI and number of abstracts that included more than one CSI