Every year, billions of animals migrate, some months to travel thousands of miles across the globe. Along the way they encounter a broad range of pathogens while using different habitats and resources. Stopover points where the animals rest and refuel, are often species species in large aggregations, allowing diseases to spread among them.
‘There is an urgent need for further investigation of the pathogen dynamics in migratory species and how human activities affect dynamics dynamics, ‘Altizer said. The paper concludes with an overview of challenges and questions for future research. ‘more in order to more in order to make decisions on the conservation and management of wildlife and to predict and mitigate the effects of future outbreaks of infectious diseases.Based on these findings appears to to prevent this immunization a promising therapy at the MRSA infection / reinfection of Orthopaedic implants.