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March 31st, 2022

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Veterinary sciences

Bcl-2 Immunoexpression in Feline Epitheliotropic Intestinal T-Cell Lymphomas

Investigation published in Veterinary sciences

Abstract: Lymphoma is the most common malignant hematopoietic neoplasm in domestic felines. Twenty-two cases of feline epitheliotropic duodenal T-cell lymphoma were characterized morphologically and immunohistochemically (CD3, Pax5, Ki-67), and Bcl-2 immunoexpression was established. Most cases were in domestic shorthair cats (88.2%), with a mean age of 11.2 years. All lymphomas were CD3+, with a low-to-moderate expression of Ki-67 (< 30%). A correlation between the tumoral pattern of infiltration in the lamina propria and the intraepithelial distribution of the neoplastic lymphocytes was esta… Read more

March 30th, 2022

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AEMPS premia un proyecto de la Complutense sobre resistencia a antibióticos

Premio proyecto de la Complutense

Estudiantes de ESO y Bachillerato, tutorizados por universitarios, aíslan y caracterizan bioactividades antibióticas en microorganismos del suelo de diversos hábitats…

March 29th, 2022

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Frontiers in veterinary science

The Evolution of African Swine Fever in China: A Global Threat?

Frontiers in veterinary science publish this investigation article

African swine fever (ASF) is one of the most critical diseases in the pig industry. In Asia, 15 countries have already reported an outbreak as of November 22, 2021. In 2021, China reported the genotype II lower virulent ASF virus (ASFV) and the emergence of genotype I ASFV. ASF is generally known as a contagious and lethal disease, but if chronic infection spreads, then disease control would be more difficult. In the current study, we highlighted the possibility of lower virulent virus distribution throughout China and the subsequent general risk of the virus being released from the country. T… Read more

March 24th, 2022

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Red de Investigación en Sanidad Animal (RISA)

Tuberculosis. Conocida y compartida

New online article published in Actualidad redrisa.es

El 24 de marzo se celebra el Día Mundial de la Tuberculosis con el objetivo de aumentar la concienciación y el conocimiento sobre una de las enfermedades con mayor impacto sanitario, social y económico. Un día como hoy, hace 140 años, Robert Koch descubría la bacteria causante de una enfermedad que ha acompañado al hombre a lo largo de su historia y que, actualmente es responsable de más de cuatro mil muertes diarias… Read more

March 24th, 2022

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Jornadas sobre la carrera investigadora SEBBM-UCM

One Health. Salud Humana, Animal y Medioambiental. Impacto económico y social

Conference in Jornadas sobre la carrera investigadora SEBBM-UCM

March 23rd, 2022

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Zoonoses and Public Health

World Tuberculosis (TB) Day - 24th March 2022

Zoonoses and Public Health published this online article

On March 24th 2022, 141 years will have elapsed since the day on which the scientist Robert Koch announced the discovery of the causative agent of tuberculosis (TB), Mycobacterium tuberculosis, a major milestone in the road towards eradicating this deadly disease that once caused millions of deaths throughout the world. This day also serves as a reminder of the long road ahead of us in the fight against TB, which is still a major public health issue in several regions of the world, and leads to over one million deaths every year. Among the several aspects of human TB that still need to be addr… Read more

March 18th, 2022

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The Veterinary Record

Taylorella asinigenitalis: raising awareness of its importance and presence in equine and asinine populations

The Veterinary Record publish this investigation article

Taylorella equigenitalis has long been recognised as a causative agent of contagious equine metritis, but practitioners may be less familiar with Taylorella asinigenitalis, which has been identified more recently. Here, Abel Dorrego, Consuelo Serres and Fatima Cruz-Lopez of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid describe T asinigenitalis and report the findings of a survey they carried out in donkeys in Spain… Read more

March 17th, 2022

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Porcine Health Management

Longitudinal study of the mcr-1 gene prevalence in Spanish food-producing pigs from 1998 to 2021 and its relationship with the use of polymyxins

Porcine Health Management publish this investigation article

Background Resistance to colistin was an uncommon phenomenon traditionally linked to chromosome point mutations, but since the first description of a plasmid-mediated colistin-resistance in late 2015, transmissible resistance to colistin has become a Public Health concern. Despite colistin is considered as a human last resort antibiotic, it has been commonly used in swine industry to treat post-weaning diarrhoea in piglets. However, the progressively increase of colistin resistance during the last decade led to the Spanish Medicines and Healthcare Products Agency (AEMPS) to launch a strategic… Read more

Related news in other media:

- Un estudio refleja el descenso de la resistencia a la colistina en los cerdos de España - animalshealth.es

March 17th, 2022

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Infequus Podcast

Communications in this event:

- Muermo

- Tétanos

- Piroplasmosis equina

- Presentación de Infequus Podcast

March 15th, 2022

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Inmunización frente a la PPA

Conference in La sanidad porcina, de desafío a oportunidad

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March 9th, 2022

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Frontiers in Microbiology

Global Distribution of Fluoroquinolone and Colistin Resistance and Associated Resistance Markers in Escherichia coli of Swine Origin - A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Investigation published in Frontiers in Microbiology

Background: Fluoroquinolones and polymyxins (colistin) are considered as critical drugs for human medicine. Antimicrobials of these classes are also used in swine production worldwide and this usage can contribute to selection of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), which is a threat to both human and animal health. Given the dynamic epidemiology of AMR, updating our knowledge regarding distribution and trends in the proportion of resistant bacteria is of critical importance. Objectives: The aim of this systematic review and meta-analysis was to describe the global prevalence of phenotypic and gen… Read more

March 8th, 2022

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8M: Ocho mujeres referentes en la veterinaria española

Mujeres veterinarias

El 8 de marzo se celebra el Día Internacional de la Mujer y Animal’s Health recoge como cada año algunos ejemplos de mujeres referentes en el sector de la salud animal en España…

March 1st, 2022

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Microbial Genomics

Genomic characterization of multidrug-resistant Salmonella serovar Kentucky ST198 isolated in poultry flocks in Spain (2011-2017)

Investigation article published in Microbial Genomics

Salmonella Kentucky is commonly found in poultry and rarely associated with human disease. However, a multidrug-resistant (MDR) S. Kentucky clone [sequence type (ST)198] has been increasingly reported globally in humans and animals. Our aim here was to assess if the recently reported increase of S. Kentucky in poultry in Spain was associated with the ST198 clone and to characterize this MDR clone and its distribution in Spain. Sixty-six isolates retrieved from turkey, laying hen and broiler in 2011-2017 were subjected to whole-genome sequencing to assess their sequence type, genetic relatednes… Read more

March 1st, 2022

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Journal of Pathology

Splicing predictions, minigene analyses and ACMG/AMP clinical classification of 42 germline PALB2 splice-site variants

Journal of Pathology publish this investigation article

PALB2 loss-of-function variants confer high risk of developing breast cancer. Here, we present a systematic functional analysis of PALB2 splice-site variants detected in ~113,000 women of the large-scale sequencing project BRIDGES (Breast Cancer After Diagnostic Gene Sequencing; https://bridges-research.eu/). Eighty-two PALB2 variants at the intron-exon boundaries were analyzed with MaxEntScan. Forty-two variants were selected for the subsequent splicing functional assays. For this purpose, three splicing reporter minigenes comprising exons 1-12 were constructed. The 42 potential spliceogenic … Read more

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