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Newsletter 31
2022-3 Quarter


Bovine tuberculosis Newsletter
EURL for bovine tuberculosis
Newsletter 31 (2022-3 Quarter)
Immunology
  • 16/09/2022
  • Gumbo R, Sylvester TT, Parsons SDC, Buss PE, Warren RM, van Helden PD, Miller MA, Kerr TJ. Comparison of interferon gamma release assay and CXCL9 gene expression assay for the detection of Mycobacterium bovis infection in African lions (Panthera leo). Front Cell Infect Microbiol. 12:989209. 2022.
  • 01/09/2022
  • Zhu X, Zhao Y, Zhang Z, Yan L, Li J, Chen Y, Hu C, Robertson ID, Guo A, Aleri J. Evaluation of an ELISA for the diagnosis of bovine tuberculosis using milk samples from dairy cows in China. Prev Vet Med. 208:105752. 2022.
  • 01/09/2022
  • Correia CN, McHugo GP, Browne JA, McLoughlin KE, Nalpas NC, Magee DA, Whelan AO, Villarreal-Ramos B, Vordermeier HM, Gormley E, Gordon SV, MacHugh DE. High-resolution transcriptomics of bovine purified protein derivative-stimulated peripheral blood from cattle infected with Mycobacterium bovis across an experimental time course. Tuberculosis (Edinb). 136:102235. 2022.
    Molecular characterisation
  • 20/09/2022
  • Pérez de Val B, Perea C, Estruch J, Solano-Manrique C, Riera C, Sanz A, Vidal E, Velarde R. Generalized tuberculosis due to Mycobacterium caprae in a red fox phylogenetically related to livestock breakdowns. BMC Vet Res. 18(1):352. 2022.
  • 07/09/2022
  • Legall N, Salvador LCM. Selective sweep sites and SNP dense regions differentiate Mycobacterium bovis isolates across scales. Front Microbiol. 13:787856. 2022.
  • 01/09/2022
  • Romano GE, Silva-Pereira TT, de Melo FM, Sisco MC, Banari AC, Zimpel CK, Soler-Camargo NC, Guimarães AMS. Unraveling the metabolism of Mycobacterium caprae using comparative genomics. Tuberculosis (Edinb). 136:102254. 2022.
  • 30/08/2022
  • Gibson AJ, Stiens J, Passmore IJ, Faulkner V, Miculob J, Willcocks S, Coad M, Berg S, Werling D, Wren BW, Nobeli I, Villarreal-Ramos B, Kendall SL. Defining the Genes Required for Survival of Mycobacterium bovis in the Bovine Host Offers Novel Insights into the Genetic Basis of Survival of Pathogenic Mycobacteria. mBio. 13(4):e0067222. 2022.
  • 11/08/2022
  • Paliwal D, Thom M, Hussein A, Ravishankar D, Wilkes A, Charleston B, Jones IM. Towards Reverse Vaccinology for Bovine TB: High Throughput Expression of Full Length Recombinant Mycobacterium bovis Proteins. Front Mol Biosci. 9:889667. 2022.
  • 11/08/2022
  • Acquah SEK, Asare P, Danso EK, Tetteh P, Tetteh AY, Boateng D, Osei-Wusu S, Afum T, Ayamdooh YI, Akugre EA, Samad OA, Quaye L, Obiri-Danso K, Kock R, Asante-Poku A, Yeboah-Manu D. Molecular epidemiology of bovine tuberculosis in Northern Ghana identifies several uncharacterized bovine spoligotypes and suggests possible zoonotic transmission. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 16(8):e0010649. 2022.
    Others
  • 27/09/2022
  • Wang Y, Oakes JM, Wells SJ. Examining perceived risk to bovine tuberculosis through factorial survey to inform policymaking for zoonotic diseases control and surveillance. Prev Vet Med. 208:105763. 2022.
  • 22/09/2022
  • Neila C, Rebollada-Merino A, Bezos J, de Juan L, Domínguez L, Rodríguez-Bertos A. Extracellular matrix proteins (fibronectin, collagen III, and collagen I) immunoexpression in goat tuberculous granulomas (Mycobacterium caprae). Vet Res Commun. 2022.
  • 21/09/2022
  • Santos N, Colino EF, Arnal MC, de Luco DF, Sevilla I, Garrido JM, Fonseca E, Valente AM, Balseiro A, Queirós J, Almeida V, Vicente J, Gortázar C, Alves PC. Complementary roles of wild boar and red deer to animal tuberculosis maintenance in multi-host communities. Epidemics. 41:100633. 2022.
  • 01/09/2022
  • Varela-Castro L, Barral M, Arnal MC, Fernández de Luco D, Gortázar C, Garrido JM, Sevilla IA. Beyond tuberculosis: Diversity and implications of non-tuberculous mycobacteria at the wildlife-livestock interface. Transbound Emerg Dis. 69(5):e2978-e2993. 2022.