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Phylogeographic distribution of human and hare Francisella tularenses susp. holarctica strains in the Netherlands and its pathology in European brown hares (Lepus europaeus)
Koene, M.G.J. ; Rijks, Jolianne M. ; Maas, Miriam ; Ruuls, R.C. ; Engelsma, M.Y. ; Tulden, P.W. van; Kik, Marja ; IJzer, Jooske ; Notermans, Daan ; Vries, Maaike de; Fanoy, Ewout ; Pijnacker, Roan ; Spierenburg, Marcel A.H. ; Bavelaar, Herjan ; Berkhout, Hanneke ; Sankatsing, Sanjay ; Diepersloot, Rob ; Myrtennas, Kerstin ; Granberg, Malin ; Forsman, Mats ; Roest, H.I.J. ; Gröne, Andrea - \ 2019
Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 9 (2019). - ISSN 2235-2988 - 11 p.
Sequence-based typing of Francisella tularensis has led to insights in the evolutionary developments of tularemia. In Europe, two major basal clades of F. tularensis subsp. holarctica exist, with a distinct geographical distribution. Basal clade B.6 is primarily found in Western Europe, while basal clade B.12 occurs predominantly in the central and eastern parts of Europe. There are indications that tularemia is geographically expanding and that strains from the two clades might differ in pathogenicity, with basal clade B.6 strains being potentially more virulent than basal clade B.12. This study provides information on genotypes detected in the Netherlands during 2011–2017. Data are presented for seven autochthonous human cases and for 29 European brown hares (Lepus europaeus) with laboratory confirmed tularemia. Associated disease patterns are described for 25 European brown hares which underwent post-mortem examination. The basal clades B.6 and B.12 are present both in humans and in European brown hares in the Netherlands, with a patchy geographical distribution. For both genotypes the main pathological findings in hares associated with tularemia were severe (sub)acute necrotizing hepatitis and splenitis as well as necrotizing lesions and hemorrhages in several other organs. Pneumonia was significantly more common in the B.6 than in the B.12 cases. In conclusion, the two major basal clades present in different parts in Europe are both present in the Netherlands. In hares found dead, both genotypes were associated with severe acute disease affecting multiple organs. Hepatitis and splenitis were common pathological findings in hares infected with either genotype, but pneumonia occurred significantly more frequently in hares infected with the B.6 genotype compared to hares infected with the B.12 genotype.
Francisella tularensis isolated from human clinical infections
Koene, M.G.J. ; Rijks, Jolianne M. ; Maas, Miriam ; Ruuls, R.C. ; Engelsma, M.Y. ; Tulden, P.W. van; Kik, Marja ; IJzer, Jooske ; Notermans, Daan ; Vries, Maaike de; Fanoy, Ewout ; Pijnacker, Roan ; Spierenburg, Marcel A.H. ; Bavelaar, Herjan ; Berkhout, Hanneke ; Sankatsing, Sanjay ; Diepersloot, Rob ; Myrtennas, Kerstin ; Granberg, Malin ; Forsman, Mats ; Roest, H.I.J. ; Gröne, Andrea - \ 2018
PRJEB27514 - ERP109601 - Francisella tularensis
Genome sequences of Francisella tularensis samples, isolated from human infections in the Netherlands in 2015 and 2016.
The role of nutrition as risk factor for polyneuropathy : a case-control study
Visser, Nora A. ; Notermans, Nicolette C. ; Vries, Jeanne H.M. de; Berg, Leonard H. van den; Vrancken, Alexander F.J.E. - \ 2017
Journal of the Peripheral Nervous System 22 (2017)4. - ISSN 1085-9489 - p. 455 - 459.
alcohol - case–control study - nutrition - polyneuropathy
The aim of this case–control study is to investigate the role of nutrition as risk factor for polyneuropathy. Three hundred eighteen patients with chronic idiopathic axonal polyneuropathy and 636 matched controls completed a validated food frequency questionnaire that covered nutrient intake and alcohol consumption. As risk estimates, we calculated adjusted odds ratios for the intake of energy and nutrients. Energy and nutrient intake did not differ between patients and controls, regardless of moderate alcohol consumption. Nutrition is not a risk factor for chronic idiopathic axonal polyneuropathy.
One health-samenwerking in de aanpak van psittacose
Heijne, M. ; Hogerwerf, Lenny ; Dijkstra, Frederika ; Goot, J.A. van der; Heddema, Edou ; Kroneman, A. ; Notermans, D. ; Pannekoek, Yvonne ; Rosa, Mauro de; Wierik, M. te; Giessen, Joke van der; Roest, H.I.J. ; Hoek, Wim van der - \ 2017
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Medische Microbiologie 25 (2017)2. - ISSN 0929-0176 - p. 43 - 48.
Psittacose is een zoönose veroorzaakt door de bacterie Chlamydia psittaci. In Nederland is psittacose bij mensen een meldingsplichtige en bij vogels (uitgezonderd pluimvee) een aangifteplichtige ziekte. Van 2011 tot 2015 werden 41 tot 70 humane meldingen per jaar gedaan, maar dit is een onderschatting. Het aantal pneumonieën veroorzaakt door C. psittaci wordt op 1500 per jaar geschat. In 2014 is het One Health-project Plat4m-2bt-Psittacosis gestart. In dit project wordt een onlineplatform ontwikkeld om uitwisseling van data te faciliteren en de samenwerking tussen het humane en veterinaire veld te verbeteren. Onderdeel van het project is het beter in kaart brengen van de aviaire bronnen van psittacose. Recent wordt, naast papegaaiachtigen en duiven, ook pluimvee als mogelijke bron van humane C. psittaci-infecties gezien. Op basis van de jaarlijkse humane psittacosemeldingen is, ook in Nederland, een link gelegd tussen psittacose en de aanwezigheid van kippenslachterijen en eendenbedrijven. Bij een Nederlandse studie op ongeveer 150 leghennenbedrijven is echter geen C. psittaci-DNA aangetoond, maar bij ongeveer de helft van de bedrijven wel een relatief nieuwe Chlamydia-soort: C. gallinacea. Het zoönotisch potentieel van C. gallinacea is nog onduidelijk. Met de ontwikkeling en toepassing van het onlineplatform wil het Platform-2bt-Psittacosis een voorbeeld vormen voor een structurele aanpak van de bestrijding van zoönosen.
First case of severe pneumonic tularemia in an immunocompetent patient in the Netherlands
Sigaloff, K.C.E. ; Chung, P.K. ; Koopmans, J. ; Notermans, D.W. ; Rijckevorsel, G.G.C. Van; Koene, M. ; Sprengers, R.W. ; Gooskens, J. ; Stalenhoef, J.E. - \ 2017
The Netherlands Journal of Medicine 75 (2017)7. - ISSN 0300-2977 - p. 301 - 303.
Francisella tularensis - Pneumonia - Tularemia

Tularemia is a zoonosis caused by different subspecies of the Gram-negative bacterium Francisella tularensis. We report the first case in the Netherlands of pneumonic tularemia caused by the F. tularensis subspecies holarctica after probable occupational inhalation of contaminated aerosols. Notification of cases of tularemia has been mandatory by law in the Netherlands since 1 November 2016.

Environmental surveillance during an outbreak of tularaemia in hares, the Netherlands, 2015
Janse, Ingmar ; Maas, M. ; Rijks, J.M. ; Koene, M. ; Plaats, R.Q. van der; Engelsma, M. ; Tas, P.W.L. ; Braks, M. ; Stroo, A. ; Notermans, D.W. ; Vries, M.C. de; Reubsaet, F.A.G. ; Fanoy, E. ; Swaan, C.M. ; Kik, M.J. ; Ijzer, J. ; Jaarsma, R.I. ; Wieren, S. van; Roda Husman, A.M. de; Passel, M. van; Roest, H. ; Giessen, J. van der - \ 2017
Eurosurveillance 22 (2017)35. - ISSN 1025-496X
Tularaemia, a disease caused by the bacterium Francisella tularensis, is a re-emerging zoonosis in the Netherlands. After sporadic human and hare cases occurred in the period 2011 to 2014, a cluster of F. tularensis-infected hares was recognised in a region in the north of the Netherlands from February to May 2015. No human cases were identified, including after active case finding. Presence of F. tularensis was investigated in potential reservoirs and transmission routes, including common voles, arthropod vectors and surface waters. F. tularensis was not detected in common voles, mosquito larvae or adults, tabanids or ticks. However, the bacterium was detected in water and sediment samples collected in a limited geographical area where infected hares had also been found. These results demonstrate that water monitoring could provide valuable information regarding F. tularensis spread and persistence, and should be used in addition to disease surveillance in wildlife.
Tularemie in Nederland, terug van weggeweest?
Pijnacker, Roan ; Koene, M.G.J. ; Rijks, J.M. ; Swaan, C.M. ; Maas, M. ; Rosa, M. de; Broens, E.M. ; Fanoy, E. ; Vries, M.C. de; Notermans, D.W. ; Tas, P. v.d.; Gröne, A. ; Roest, H.I.J. ; Pelt, W. van; Giessen, J. van der - \ 2016
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Medische Microbiologie 24 (2016)2. - ISSN 0929-0176 - p. 65 - 68.
Tularemie is een bacteriële zoönose veroorzaakt door Francisella tularensis. De ziekte kent verschillende verschijningsvormen, dierlijke reservoirs en transmissieroutes. De bacterie kan zich maandenlang handhaven buiten
een dierlijke gastheer. Na decennialange afwezigheid in Nederland is tularemie vanaf 2011 incidenteel aangetoond bij zowel hazen als mensen. Begin 2015 was er een opvallend hoge sterfte onder hazen in de omgeving van Akkrum in Friesland. In dit gebied werd bij 11 hazen tularemie aangetoond. In dit artikel bespreken we de achtergrond en de huidige situatie van tularemie in Nederland
Marked increase in leptospirosis infections in humans and dogs in the Netherlands, 2014
Pijnacker, Roan ; Goris, M.G. ; Wierik, M.J. te; Broens, E.M. ; Giessen, J.W. van der; Rosa, M. de; Wagenaar, J.A. ; Hartskeerl, R.A. ; Notermans, D.W. ; Maassen, K. ; Schimmer, B. - \ 2016
Eurosurveillance 21 (2016)17. - ISSN 1025-496X - 7 p.

In the Netherlands, 97 human leptospirosis cases were notified in 2014. This represents a 4.6-fold increase in autochthonous cases (n = 60) compared with the annual average between 2010 and 2013. Most cases had symptom onset between June and November. This marked increase in humans coincided with an increase of leptospirosis in dogs. In 2014, 13 dogs with leptospirosis were reported, compared with two to six dogs annually from 2010 to 2013. The majority of the autochthonous cases (n = 20) were linked to recreational exposure, e.g. swimming or fishing, followed by occupational exposure (n = 15). About sixty per cent (n = 37) of the autochthonous cases were most likely attributable to surface water contact, and 13 cases to direct contact with animals, mainly rats. A possible explanation for this increase is the preceding mild winter of 2013–2014 followed by the warmest year in three centuries, possibly enabling rodents and Leptospira spp. to survive better. A slight increase in imported leptospirosis was also observed in Dutch tourists (n = 33) most of whom acquired their infection in Thailand (n = 18). More awareness and early recognition of this mainly rodent-borne zoonosis by medical and veterinary specialists is warranted.

Tularemie in Nederland, terug van weggeweest?
Koene, M.G.J. ; Rijks, J. ; Maas, M. ; Rosa, M. de; Broens, E.M. ; Vellema, P. ; Engelsma, M.Y. ; Pijnacker, R. ; Fanoy, E. ; Notermans, D.W. ; Tas, P. van de; Giessen, J. van der; Gröne, A. ; Roest, H.I.J. - \ 2015
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 140 (2015)8. - ISSN 0040-7453 - p. 23 - 27.
dierenwelzijn - diergezondheid - wilde dieren - animal welfare - animal health - wild animals
Tularemie is een zoönose veroorzaakt door de
bacterie Francisella tularensis. Veel diersoorten
kunnen besmet raken, al bestaan er grote verschillen
in gevoeligheid. Haasachtigen en knaagdieren
zijn erg bevattelijk voor de infectie. Tussen
1953 en 2011 zijn geen Nederlandse gevallen
gediagnosticeerd, maar nadien zijn bij zowel
hazen als mensen meerdere incidentele besmettingen
aangetoond. Begin 2015 is tularemie vastgesteld
bij meerdere dood aangetroffen hazen in
de omgeving van Akkrum in Friesland. Bovendien
werd in deze omgeving melding gemaakt
van een hogere sterfte onder hazen dan gebruikelijk.
Voor Nederland is dit een uitzonderlijke
situatie. Dit artikel gaat dieper in op de ziekte
en mogelijke risico’s voor dieren
Tularemie na 60 jaar terug in Nederland? Stand van zaken naar aanleiding van een jongeman met tularemie en een besmette haas
Leenders, A.C.A.P. ; Essink, A.H.P.M. ; Notermans, D.W. ; Koene, M.G.J. ; Schimmer, B. ; Swaan, C.M. - \ 2015
Infectieziekten bulletin 2015 (2015)10. - ISSN 0925-711X - p. 194 - 199.
Het Nieuwste Brabant
Donk, van de, W. ; Dommelen, van, S. ; Janssen, J. ; Leeuwen, W. van; Notermans, M. - \ 2014
Eindhoven : Lecturis i.s.m. Provincie Noord-Brabant - ISBN 9789462260511 - 688 p.
Pitfalls of pulsed electric field processing
Lelieveld, H.L.M. ; Mastwijk, H.C. ; Bosch, H.F.M. van den - \ 2007
In: Food preservation by pulsed electric fields : from research to application / Lelieveld, H.L.M., Notermans, S., de Haan, S.W.H., Cambridge : Woodhead - ISBN 9781420043952 - p. 294 - 299.
Future potential of pulsed electric field treatment : treatment of bacterial spores, emulsions and packed products
Mastwijk, H.C. ; Bartels, P.V. - \ 2007
In: Food preservation by pulsed electric fields : from research to applications / Lelieveld, H.L.M., Notermans, S., de Haan, S.W.H., Cambridge : CRC Press - ISBN 9781845690588 - p. 307 - 319.
Definitions and guidelines for reporting on pulsed electric field experiments
Mastwijk, H.C. ; Gulfo, K. ; Pol-Hofstad, I. ; Schuten, H.J. ; Boonman, M. ; Bartels, P.V. - \ 2007
In: Food preservation by pulsed electric fields : from research to application / Lelieveld, H.L.M., Notermans, S., de Haan, S.W.H., Cambridge : Woodhead - ISBN 9781845690588 - p. 320 - 345.
Public acceptance of pulsed electric field processing
Frewer, L.J. ; Fischer, A.R.H. - \ 2007
In: Food preservation by pulsed electric fields. From research to application / Lelieveld, H.L.M., Notermans, S., de Haan, S.W.H., Woodhead Publishing Limited, Cambridge, England // CRC Press, Boca Raton, USA : CRC - ISBN 9781845690588 - p. 249 - 256.
Toxicological aspects of preservation of food by pulsed electric fields
Matser, A.M. ; Schuten, H.J. ; Mastwijk, H.C. ; Lommen, A. - \ 2007
In: Food preservation by pulsed electric fields : from research to applications / Lelieveld, H.L.M., Notermans, S., Cambridge : Woodhead (Woodhead publishing in food science and technology ) - ISBN 9781845690588 - p. 201 - 210.
De ziekte van Lyme in Nederland tussen 1994 en 2005: Drievoudige toename van het aantal huisartsenconsulenten en verdubbeling van het aantal ziekenhuisopnames
Hofhuis, A. ; Giessen, J.W.B. van der; Borgsteede, F.H.M. ; Wieringa, R. ; Notermans, D.W. ; Pelt, W. van - \ 2006
Infectieziekten bulletin 17 (2006)07. - ISSN 0925-711X - p. 238 - 240.
Lyme borreliosis in the Netherlands: strong increase in GP consultations and hospital admissions in past 10 years
Hofhuis, A. ; Giessen, J.W.B. van der; Borgsteede, F.H.M. ; Wielinga, P.R. ; Notermans, D.W. ; Pelt, W. van - \ 2006
Eurosurveillance 11 (2006)25. - ISSN 1025-496X
Food preservatives - future prospects
Rombouts, F.M. ; Notermans, S.H.W. ; Abee, T. - \ 2003
In: Food Preservatives 2nd ed / Russell, N.J., Gould, G.W., New York : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers - ISBN 030647736X - p. 348 - 370.
The evolution of microbiological risk assessment
Notermans, S. ; Barendsz, A.W. ; Rombouts, F. - \ 2002
In: Microbiological Risk Assessment in Food Processing / Brown, M., Stringer, M., - p. 5 - 43.
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