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April 28th, 2022

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6º Seminario Anembe de Producción de vacuno de carne

Tuberculosis bovina, hacia donde nos dirigimos, hay esperanza?

Oral communication in 6º Seminario Anembe de Producción de vacuno de carne




April 27th, 2022

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Frontiers in veterinary science

The role of the wild boar spreading African swine fever virus in Asia: another underestimated problem

Frontiers in veterinary science publish this investigation article


African swine fever (ASF) is a highly lethal infectious disease in naïve populations of domestic pigs and wild boar. In Asia, from the first outbreak in August 2018 until the end of November 2021, ASF has been reported in Asian countries. The ASF virus (ASFV) circulation in domestic pigs is considered the main problem in Asia. On the other hand, there are very few reports of ASF in wild boar. However, considering the high wild boar density within the same area of backyard domestic pig farms in Asia, the occurrence of ASFV infection in wild boar may be underestimated. The role of the wild boar … Read more




April 23rd, 2022

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Garvicins AG1 and AG2: Two Novel Class IId Bacteriocins of Lactococcus garvieae Lg-Granada

International Journal of Molecualr Sciences publish this investigation article


Lactococcus garvieae causes infectious diseases in animals and is considered an emerging zoonotic pathogen involved in human clinical conditions. In silico analysis of plasmid pLG50 of L. garvieae Lg-Granada, an isolate from a patient with endocarditis, revealed the presence of two gene clusters (orf46-47 and orf48-49), each one encoding a novel putative bacteriocin, i.e., garvicin AG1 (GarAG1; orf46) and garvicin AG2 (GarAG2; orf48), and their corresponding immunity proteins (orf47 and orf49). The chemically synthesised bacteriocins GarAG1 and GarAG2 presented inhibitory activity against path… Read more




April 22nd, 2022

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Microorganisms

Isolation and Genetic Characterization of Streptococcus iniae Virulence Factors in Adriatic Sturgeon ( Acipenser naccarii)

Investigation article published in Microorganisms


The first case of infection of Streptococcus iniae in Adriatic sturgeon (Acipenser naccarii) was recently reported in a raceway system located in Northern Italy. A second episode of infection in sturgeons with absence of mortality and evident clinical signs, was registered in November 2020 in the same farm and is reported in this study. Histopathological changes observed in infected organs are described. The strains isolated in the two episodes were compared using molecular analysis based on PCR, phylogeny and virulence factors analysis. Not all the major virulence factors were detected for th… Read more




April 18th, 2022

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Nonspecific protection of heat-inactivated Mycobacterium bovis against Salmonella Choleraesuis infection in pigs

Investigation article published in Veterinary Research


Trained immunity is the capacity of innate immune cells to produce an improved response against a secondary infection after a previous unrelated infection. Salmonellosis represents a public health issue and affects the pig farming industry. In general, vaccination against salmonellosis is still facing problems regarding the control of distinct serovars. Therefore, we hypothesized that an immunostimulant based on heat inactivated Mycobacterium bovis (HIMB) could have an immune training effect in pigs challenged with Salmonella enterica serovar Choleraesuis (S. Choleraesuis) and decided to explo… Read more



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April 8th, 2022

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Bruno González-Zorn: Los grandes protagonistas de la vida son las bacterias

Protagonismo de las bacterias


Varios expertos han hablado sobre el enfoque One Health y la resistencia antibiótica en una jornada organizada por la UCM…




April 7th, 2022

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Entrevistas

Antibiotic resistance is the biggest health problem in the world right now

Interview in Entrevistas of Unidad de Cultura Científica. Oficina de Transferencia de Resultados de Investigación. Universidad Complutense


A comienzos del siglo XXI, cuando aún a nadie le sonaba el concepto, Bruno González-Zorn trabajaba ya bajo el paraguas de One Health (Una Salud) que defiende que, para lograr la salud humana, animal y ambiental, hace falta la colaboración multidisciplinar. Por eso, y por sus innumerables trabajos en Europa, América, Asia y África, el Catedrático de Sanidad Animal de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid es uno de los quince elegidos por la Organización Mundial de la Salud en su grupo de asesores internacionales contra la resistencia a antibióticos. Con motivo del Día Mundial de la Salud, que se… Read more




April 6th, 2022

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Potencial de la epidemiología basada en aguas residuales en latinoamérica, un enfoque a la resistencia antimicrobiana

Problemática de la resistencia antimicrobiana y cómo podría usarse la epidemiologia de aguas residuales

Conference in Potencial de la epidemiología basada en aguas residuales en latinoamérica, un enfoque a la resistencia antimicrobiana




April 3rd, 2022

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A hombros de gigantes

One health en la Tierra y la estrella más lejana en el cielo

VISAVET has participated in A hombros de gigantes of Radio Nacional de España




April 1st, 2022

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Frontiers in veterinary science

First Detection of SARS-CoV-2 B.1.617.2 (Delta) Variant of Concern in a Symptomatic Cat in Spain

Investigation published in Frontiers in veterinary science


Natural and experimental SARS-CoV-2 infection in pets has been widely evidenced since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the numerous affected animals, cats are one of the most susceptible species. However, little is known about viral pathogenicity and transmissibility in the case of variants of concern (VOCs) in animal hosts, such as the B.1.617.2 (Delta) variant first detected in India. Here, we have identified the B.1.617.2 (Delta) VOC in a cat living with a COVID-19 positive owner. The animal presented mild symptoms (sneezing) and a high viral load was detected in the oropharyng… Read more









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