Bibliographie sur les animaux et le SARS-CoV-2

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bibliographie animaux Sars-Cov-2

Le but ici était de trouver tous les articles, disponible en ligne avec les moteurs publics, en relation avec le rôle des animaux domestiques dans l’épidémie de SARS-CoV-2 pour en établir une bibliographie. Ont été exclus les animaux sauvages et la plupart des articles ne s’intéressant aux animaux que comme modèle clinique pour l’expérimentation (la plupart du temps souris transgéniques ou singes). Quelqu’uns de ces derniers ont été intégrés de manière arbitraire. Par contre, tous les articles rencontrés, parlant des animaux domestiques, ont été intégrés.

Il vient en complément de nos articles Un chat contaminé par le SARS-CoV-2 ? et Chats et SARS-CoV-2 : état des connaissances actuelles

Moteurs utilisés : Google Scholar, PubMed et Rxiv

Équation de recherche : uniquement résultat depuis 1er Janvier 2020

(cat* OR dog* OR horse* OR mink* OR ferret* OR animal* OR veterinar*) AND (SARS* OR COVID*)

Puis sélection manuelle des articles sur la base du titre et éventuellement de l’abstract en cas de doute.

Je tiens à attirer votre attention sur le fait que certains de ces articles sont des préprints donc ne sont pas passés par le peer-reviewing. J’ai aussi collecté quelques articles non revus par les pairs afin de profiter de leur bibliographie et des point de vue développés dans ces articles.

Vous êtes libre d’utiliser ce travail à condition de me contacter : info@zeterinaires.fr

Bibliographie animaux et SARS-CoV-2

MàJ 21 juin 2020

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