In recent years, zoonotic diseases have emerged that cause fatalities in humans. These diseases naturally transmit from animals to humans and vice versa. To anticipate the spread of zoonotic outbreaks, a comprehensive understanding of these diseases or infections is necessary. One effort to prevent the transmission of zoonotic diseases is by increasing public knowledge, […]

  The use of rabbits as experimental animals for research is highly important for understanding the fundamentals of biology and human health. Rabbits are often utilized as experimental models due to their significant physiological and genetic similarities with humans. A comprehensive understanding of the use of rabbits in research includes aspects such as organ structure, […]

  Understanding DNA DNA is the chemical basis of heredity. The experiment that proved that DNA contains genetic information was first carried out by Frederick Griffith as follows: There are 2 strains of Streptococcus pneumoniae: a) Virulent cells: cells that are surrounded by a capsule and when grown in a petri dish will form colonies […]

  One workplace that has a high potential for danger is the laboratory. Laboratories are very important facilities in schools, universities, health facilities, research facilities, and production facilities related to biological materials. Working in a laboratory, one must not act carelessly in treating and using existing equipment and materials in order to reduce the possibility […]

  In the era of globalization and the interconnection between humans, animals and the environment, the management of diseases that can spread between species (zoonoses) is becoming increasingly complex. The One Health concept that integrates human, animal and environmental health is key in addressing public health challenges.The One Health laboratory network plays a central role […]

  Definition of Rabies Rabies is a zoonotic disease, a disease that is transmitted from animals to humans. This infection is transmitted by animals infected with rabies. The main animals that cause the spread of rabies are dogs, bats, cats and monkeys. In Indonesia, rabies or what is known as “mad dog disease” is still […]

  The terms Biosafety and Biosecurity (biorisk) have become known in Indonesia since the emergence of the bird flu virus in Indonesia around 2006. Several trainings have been conducted at several institutions in Indonesia in collaboration with several international institutions. The ministries and institutions that are the main targets are the ministry of health, ministry […]

In this modern era, complex health challenges are increasing rapidly. Climate change, urbanization, changing consumption patterns and other factors have contributed to the spread of new diseases and increased antimicrobial resistance. To meet this challenge, the One Health approach has been recognized as an effective strategy. This approach integrates human, animal and environmental health in […]

May is the last month of internship activities in the division for One Health Laboratory Network (OHLN) interns. A lot of activities have been carried out during this last month, starting from making CRDF factsheets, creating articles, uploading Instagram social media content like the previous months, and this month we also did a lot of […]

  The field of nutrigenomics has received a lot of attention in recent years for its potential to change the way we eat and improve our health. Nutrigenomics combines nutrition research with genetics. The goal of nutrigenomics is to understand how our unique genetic makeup affects our response to dietary factors. By elucidating the complex […]