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October 29th, 2022

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Increasing the data on elasmobranch plasma protein electrophoresis: electrophoretogram reference values determination in the undulate skate (Raja Undulata) and the nursehound shark (Scyliorhinus stellaris) maintained under human care

Investigation article published in BMC Veterinary Research


Background: This study determined plasma protein electrophoresis (PPE) reference intervals in two elasmobranch species: the undulate skate (Raja undulata) and the nursehound shark (Scyliorhinus stellaris), using a reference population of 48 undulate skates (27 males, 21 females) and 62 nursehounds (32 males, 30 females), considered to be clinically healthy. Plasma samples were analyzed using capillary zone electrophoresis (CZE). Results: The undulate skate electrophoretogram resembled those previously reported in other batoids and could be divided into seven consistent fractions. No statistic… Read more




October 29th, 2022

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A hombros de gigantes

Una sola salud para frenar futuras pandemias

Interview in A hombros de gigantes of Radio Nacional de España


La salud de las personas está directamente relacionada con la salud de los animales y del medio ambiente. La pandemia de la COVID ha puesto de relieve la importancia del concepto One Health, una única salud, directamente relacionado con uno de los mayores problemas que se ciernen sobre la humanidad: las resistencias microbianas a los antibióticos. El 3 de noviembre es el Día Internacional One Health y del 18 al 24 de noviembre se celebrará la Semana Mundial de Concienciación sobre Antimicrobianos. De todo ello hemos hablado con Bruno González Zorn, catedrático de Sanidad Animal de la Compluten… Read more




October 27th, 2022

Vía animalshealth.es


MSD Animal Health organiza un seminario sobre ‘One Health’ frente a las resistencias antimicrobianas

Seminario sobre las resistencias antimicrobianas


La compañía ha organizado el seminario web ‘One Big Issue: Antimicrobial Resistance’, sobre la importancia del enfoque `One Health` para hacer frente a las resistencias antimicrobianas…




October 24th, 2022

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Antimicrobial resistance and One Health

Revista espannola de quimioterapia publish this investigation article


Antimicrobial resistance is one of the major health problems we face in the 21st century. Nowadays we cannot understand global health without the interdependence between the human, animal and environmental dimensions. It is therefore logical to adopt a "One Health" approach to address this problem. In this review we show why a collaboration of all sectors and all professions is necessary in order to achieve optimal health for people, animals, plants and our environment… Read more




October 24th, 2022

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Instalaciones y normas de trabajo para grandes animales. Modulo 1. Trabajo con animales

Conference in Taller de Formación Avanzada en Bioseguridad




October 20th, 2022

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Good and bad get together: Inactivation of SARS-CoV-2 in particulate matter pollution from different fuels

Investigation article published in Science of the total environment


Air pollution and associated particulate matter (PM) affect environmental and human health worldwide. The intense vehicle usage and the high population density in urban areas are the main causes of this public health impact. Epidemiological studies have provided evidence on the effect of air pollution on airborne SARS-CoV-2 transmission and COVID-19 disease prevalence and symptomatology. However, the causal relationship between air pollution and COVID-19 is still under investigation. Based on these results, the question addressed in this study was how long SARS-CoV-2 survives on the surface of… Read more



Related news in other media:


- ¿Cuánto tiempo sobrevive el SARS-CoV-2 en la superficie de diferentes partículas de contaminación? - portalveterinaria.com

- Una investigación científica revela que las emisiones de los motores inactivan el SARS-CoV-2, pero `hay un lado malo` - eldiario.es

- Contaminantes urbanos y virus SARS-CoV-2 - irec.es




October 17th, 2022

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Cecal Reduction of Brachyspira and Lesion Severity in Laying Hens Supplemented with Fermented Defatted ‘Alperujo’

Investigation article published in Fermentation-Basel


Antimicrobial resistance demands the development of therapeutic alternatives such as prebiotics, probiotics, and nutraceuticals. The aim of this study was to assess the antimicrobial proprieties of the nutraceutical fermented defatted “alperujo”, derived from olive oil production, in a laying hen farm (n = 122,250) endemic with avian intestinal spirochetosis (Brachyspira spp.). Part of the batch (n = 1440) was divided into six groups of 240 hens each that included 80 or 108-week-old laying hens, supplemented with 0%, 2%, or 6% fermented defatted ‘alperujo’ for a month. At the end of the experi… Read more




October 10th, 2022

Vía jornalterceiravia.com.


Uenf desenvolve substância capaz de eliminar do ar vírus da Covid-19

Catalizador elimina virus del Covid-19




October 7th, 2022

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Grado en Bioquímica y doble grado en Química-Bioquímica

Visita el Centro VISAVET. Asignatura de Microbiología, parasitología y virología clínicas

Oral communication in Grado en Bioquímica y doble grado en Química-Bioquímica




October 1st, 2022

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Effect of heat-inactivated Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) vaccine on the lesions and immunopathology developed in target tissues of naturally MAP-infected goats

Investigation published in Veterinary Microbiology


Paratuberculosis (PTB) is a disease caused by Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP), which affects a broad range of hosts, including domestic and wild animals. PTB is a chronic granulomatous enteritis and lymphadenitis that compromises animal welfare and causes economic losses. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of a commercial heat-inactivated MAP vaccine on lesions and immunopathology developed in the target tissues of goats naturally infected with MAP. Lesions compatible with PTB in the intestine and regional lymph nodes (LNs), as well as local immune res… Read more




October 1st, 2022

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Immunology

Heat inactivated mycobacteria, alpha-Gal and zebrafish: Insights gained from experiences with two promising trained immunity inductors and a validated animal model

Immunology publish this investigation article


Trained immunity (TRAIM) may be defined as a form of memory where innate immune cells such as monocytes, macrophages, dendritic and natural killer (NK) cells undergo an epigenetic reprogramming that enhances their primary defensive capabilities. Cross-pathogen protective TRAIM can be triggered in different hosts by exposure to live microbes or microbe-derived products such as heat-inactivated Mycobacterium bovis or with the glycan α-Gal to elicit protective responses against several pathogens. We review the TRAIM paradigm using two models representing distinct scales of immune sensitizati… Read more









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