Pendik Veterinary Control and Research Institute. Istanbul/Turkiye. H istory.
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The first bacteriology laboratory was founded in thecountry in the name of ``Bakteriyolojihane-iOsmani`` (Bacteriologyhouse of Ottoman) in 1894 under the management of Dr. Mourice Nicolle from France.
In the same year cattle plague serum productionhad beenstarted.
In 1912 institute was transferred to its final location in Pendik.
During that period Barbon (Pasteurellosisbubalorum) vaccine, Tuberculin and Malleinhad beenstartedtoproduction.
Followingthe proclamation of Turkish Republic, the phase of improvements started in 1923.
During 1949-1964 first contacts with FAO, pathology laboratory founded, revolving fund established.
During 1965-2001 equipments updated and institute magazine wasestablished.
Pendik Veterinary Control and Research Institute is directly committed and works under Turkish Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA).
Pendik Inst. serves to 12provincesin Trakya and Marmara Regions in some parts of their duties and serves to all country with the other duties such as biological productions, diagnostics and drug quality controls.
Provinces under the responsibility of the Veterinary Control and Research Institutes
RESEARCH AND PUBLICITY COORDINATION
25 December 2005 – 26 February 2007
- 216 were determined in backyard flocks
- 1 was small scale commercial flock in Elazıg
The disease was observed in 53 of the 81 provinces. 19 had one confirmed outbreak, 14 had 2 confirmed outbreaks.3 had more than 10 confirmed Samsun had around one quarter of the national total of confirmed outbreaks, 59.
Avian influenza diagnosis During the Outbreaksin Pendik Veterinary Control and Research Institute
58 ISOLATES; 57 H5N1 1 H7N1
Technical Assistance To Avian Influenza Preparedness & Response Project in Turkey
This project is financed by the European Union
The Project is implemented by Conseil Santé SA
The overall objective of the project is to minimize the threat in Turkey posed to humans by Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) infection in domestic poultry and other animals, to diminish the burden of disease and loss of productivity, and to improve influenza pandemic preparedness and the response to this and other infectious disease threats to humans.
The project purpose is to support MARA and MoH in policy and strategy development for AI preparedness & control and strengthening the capabilities of Veterinary Services for effective and efficient AI disease control and eradication activities.