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April 30th, 2021

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Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex Infection in Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) and Cattle in Asturias, Spain

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The present work investigated the prevalence, spatial distribution, and temporal distribution of tuberculosis (TB) in free-ranging Eurasian badgers (Meles meles) and cattle in Asturias (Atlantic Spain) during a 13-year follow-up. The study objective was to assess the role of badgers as a TB reservoir for cattle and other sympatric wild species in the region. Between 2008 and 2020, 673 badgers (98 trapped and 575 killed in road traffic accidents) in Asturias were necropsied, and their tissue samples were cultured for the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTC) isolation. Serum samples were tes… Read more

April 29th, 2021

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La resistencia a los antibióticos, una pandemia actual y silente

Interview in ondacero.es of Atresmedia

Se trata de uno de los mayores problemas sanitarios de la humanidad que provoca la muerte, al año, de 33.000 personas en Europa por bacterias multirresistentes a tratamientos antimicrobianos… Read more

April 28th, 2021

Sergio González Domínguez

Tuberculosis, a zoonotic disease of global concern

We review two articles published this month that bring us closer to recent researchs of this disease

La tuberculosis, una enfermedad zoonótica de preocupación mundial 
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April 28th, 2021

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Curso de actualización de tuberculosis bovina

Nuevos estudio científicos 2016-2019 en materia de diagnostico y control de tuberculosis. Perspectivas de futuro

Online communication in Curso de actualización de tuberculosis bovina

April 26th, 2021

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Diagnóstico de la tuberculosis bovina. Mitos, preguntas y respuestas

Online communication in Jornada Divulgativa del Grupo Operativo Supraautonómico Tuberculosis (GOSTU)

April 21st, 2021

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VISAVET Outreach Journal

Tuberculosis in the new Animal Health Law

New online article published in VISAVET Outreach Journal

Implications of the European Union reference laboratory for bovine tuberculosis in the new mandatory text. The new Animal Health Law (Regulation (EU) 2016/429) on communicable diseases of animals, which was approved five years ago, will become applicable on the 21st of April 2021. This text, which modifies and repeals certain legislations in the field of animal health, simplifies the priorities in the prevention and eradication of diseases such as bovine tuberculosis. The regulation also clarifies the responsibilities of all people working directly withanimals, such as farmers or veteri… Read more

April 13rd, 2021

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Procesan más de 700 genomas bacterianos que se incluirán en el Sistema de Epidemiología Genómica de Andalucía

Sistema epidemiología

Este servicio se ha configurado como la base de datos de referencia sobre patógenos de interés para la salud en la comunidad…

April 12nd, 2021

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Population genomics and antimicrobial resistance dynamics of Escherichia coli in wastewater and river environments

Investigation published in Communications Biology

Aquatic environments are key niches for the emergence, evolution and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance. However, the population diversity and the genetic elements that drive the dynamics of resistant bacteria in different aquatic environments are still largely unknown. The aim of this study was to understand the population genomics and evolutionary events of Escherichia coli resistant to clinically important antibiotics including aminoglycosides, in anthropogenic and natural water ecosystems. Here we show that less different E. coli sequence types (STs) are identified in wastewater tha… Read more

April 10th, 2021

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Preventive Veterinary Medicine

Description and implementation of an On-farm Wildlife Risk Mitigation Protocol at the wildlife-livestock interface: tuberculosis in Mediterranean environments

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Animal tuberculosis (TB), which is caused by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTC), is a zoonotic disease of global concern, and has a wide variety of wild and domestic reservoirs that can establish complex epidemiological systems. Of all the strategies employed to control TB, reducing the risks of interaction at the wildlife-livestock interface is a cornerstone. However, detailed protocols with which to assess and implement farm-specific preventive actions that can be employed against interactions with wildlife are lacking for extensive production systems. We describe an On-farm Wildli… Read more

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- El aumento de jabalíes amenaza la biodiversidad de las Tablas de Daimiel - elmercuriodigital.net

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April 9th, 2021

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Effect of Biscuit Flour and Fermented Defatted Alperujo Co-Administration on Intestinal Mucosa Morphology and Productive Performance in Laying Hens

Investigation article published in Animals

In this study, the effects of co‐administration with biscuit flour and fermented defatted “alperujo” (FDA) on gut health were evaluated in a batch of laying hens (Hy‐Line 2015) on a commercial farm. Animals were divided into two groups: control group and treatment group; and histological and morphometric analyses of all sections of the intestine (duodenum, jejunum, ileum, cecum and rectum) were performed at 10, 18, 25, 50 and 75 weeks of age. During the whole productive period, a decrease in the mortality rate (p = 0.01) was observed in treated hens, as well as an increase in the n… Read more

April 8th, 2021

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Solo 1 de cada 4 estudiantes de Veterinaria conoce las pautas para el uso de antimicrobianos

Educación en la administración de antimicrobianos

Un nuevo estudio, donde han participado veterinarios españoles, ha evaluado las percepciones y habilidades de estudiantes de Veterinaria de último año en Europa sobre la administración de antimicrobianos…

April 8th, 2021

Vía animalshealth.es

Tuberculosis zoonósica y resistente a antibióticos en un ganadero de España

Tuberculosis resistente a antibióticos

Tras investigar un caso de tuberculosis polirresistente en un ganadero de ovino-caprino en España, un estudio indica que los casos zoonósicos podrían subestimarse…

April 7th, 2021

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BMC Veterinary Research

Spoligotype-specific risk of finding lesions in tissues from cattle infected by Mycobacterium bovis

BMC Veterinary Research publish this investigation article

Although the pathogenic effect of members of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex in susceptible hosts is well known, differences in clinical signs and pathological findings observed in infected animals have been reported, likely due to a combination of host and pathogen-related factors. Here, we investigated whether Mycobacterium bovis strains belonging to different spoligotypes were associated with a higher risk of occurrence of visible/more severe lesions in target organs (lungs and/or lymph nodes) from infected animals. A large collection of 8889 samples belonging to cattle were classifi… Read more

April 7th, 2021

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Webinar. Peste Porcina Africana: navegando la incertidumbre

Peste Porcina Africana

Online communication in Webinar. Peste Porcina Africana: navegando la incertidumbre

April 1st, 2021

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Emerging Infectious Diseases

Polyresistant Mycobacterium bovis Infection in Human and Sympatric Sheep, Spain, 2017-2018

Investigation article published in Emerging Infectious Diseases

The main etiologic agent of tuberculosis (TB) in livestock is Mycobacterium bovis; human TB cases caused by M. bovis are rare. Analysis of a TB outbreak caused by polyresistant M. bovis involving a human and sympatric sheep in Spain suggests local circulation of drug-resistant M. bovis strains among livestock… Read more

Related news in other media:

- Caso zoonótico de tuberculosis resistente a antibióticos en España - diarioveterinario.com

April 1st, 2021

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Preventive Veterinary Medicine

Evaluation of the performance of slaughterhouse surveillance for bovine tuberculosis detection in Castilla y Leon, Spain

Investigation article published in Preventive Veterinary Medicine

Post-mortem inspection (PMI) of routinely slaughtered cattle in abattoirs is an extremely valuable tool for detecting bovine tuberculosis (bTB) infected herds that can supplement active surveillance activities. However, its true performance is difficult to assess due to the multiple factors that may affect it. Here, we determined relative efficiencies in the detection of bTB-compatible lesions and probabilities of subsequent laboratory confirmation of abattoirs located in Castilla y Leon, one of the regions with the largest cattle population in Spain, between 2010 and 2017. The slaughtered ani… Read more

April 1st, 2021

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Clinical Microbiology and Infection

Antibiotic use in the COVID-19 crisis in Spain

Investigation published in Clinical Microbiology and Infection

Before the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, antimicrobial resistance was the world`s most pressing health crisis. The United Nations, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention have made antimicrobial resistance a top priority, establishing a task force in the G-20 and organizing a joint program initiative on antimicrobial resistance including countries from al over the world [1]. However, with the emergence of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus pandemic in January 2020, all efforts are now foc… Read more

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