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June 28th, 2024

Servicio de Informática y Comunicación


Professor Don Guillermo Suarez has passed away

A leading scientist in the field of microbiology and immunology and the creator of the area of knowledge of Animal Health in Spain


Born in Sena de Luna in 1929, Guillermo Suárez Fernández trained as a veterinarian at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in León, later becoming a professor at the Universities of León, Zaragoza, Barcelona, and Madrid. Most of his academic and scientific activity was carried out as a professor at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the Complutense University of Madrid for three decades, where he also served as Dean. He was a full member of the Royal Academy of Veterinary Sciences, the Royal National Academy of Medicine, and the Royal Academy of Doctors of Spain.… Read more





June 20th, 2024

Vía animalshealth.es


Las resistencias antimicrobianas en bacterias zoonósicas de España: Nuevo informe de Agricultura

Informe sobre resistencias antimicrobianas


El Ministerio de Agricultura ha analizado en un informe la situación de las resistencias antimicrobianas en bacterias zoonósicas en animales, personas y alimentos en España y a nivel europeo…




June 17th, 2024

Via publiDB


Elena Fernández Cabrera

Evaluación de la resistencia antimicrobiana en Salmonella y Escherichia coli en alimentos en puestos de control fronterizo de España (2021-2023)

Elena Fernández Cabrera defended this presentation at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the Complutense University of Madrid in order to obtain the Master of Research


Escherichia coli y Salmonella son dos microorganismos pertenecientes a la familia Enterobacteriaceae que forman parte de la microbiota intestinal comensal de la mayoría de mamíferos, aunque también existen cepas patógenas capaces de causar infecciones. Estas bacterias pueden presentar una gran diversidad de mecanismos de resistencia antimicrobiana, siendo la producción de betalactamasas de espectro extendido (BLEEs) y betalactamasas tipo AmpC los más comunes y, en menor medida, las carbapenemasas, que a su vez es el mecanismo más preocupante. Estas enzimas confieren resistencia a los betalactá… Read more




June 12nd, 2024

Via publiDB


Ignacio Vargas Castro

New perspectives in the study of mayor emerging diseases in cetaceans: advances in the understanding of Herpesviruses, Morbilliviruses and Brucella

PhD Thesis defense by Ignacio Vargas Castro at the VISAVET Centre of the Complutense University of Madrid


The importance of cetacean conservation in scientific research is increasingly prominent, giving rise to growing global concern due to the extinction threat faced by several cetacean species. The protection and preservation of these animals benefit the entire marine ecosystem, as they are considered umbrella species. Furthermore, their charisma and popularity make them flagship species, playing a significant role in raising awareness and promoting conservation among the general public. Additionally, they serve a crucial function as sentinels of ocean health. On the other hand, the "One Heal… Read more




June 6th, 2024

Via publiDB


Javier Ortega Martín

Study of factors affecting the diagnostic performance of cellular and humoral-based techniques for caprine tuberculosis

PhD Thesis defense by Javier Ortega Martín at the VISAVET Centre of the Complutense University of Madrid


Caprine tuberculosis (TB) is a zoonotic mycobacteriosis caused by members of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTBC), mainly M. caprae and M. bovis. Due to its health and economic impact, this disease is subject to surveillance and eradication programs. In Spain, certain regions have been established specific eradication programs for those caprine herds epidemiologically related to cattle herds. In addition, caprine TB eradication programs have been implemented in some Autonomous Communities, also included in a specific manual of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of Spain i… Read more




June 4th, 2024

Via publiDB


II SESMET Conference

Benchtop NMR spectroscopy: a game-changer in clinical metabolomics

Conference in II SESMET Conference




June 1st, 2024

Via publiDB


Preventive Veterinary Medicine

Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex in domestic goats in Southern Spain

Investigation published in Preventive Veterinary Medicine


Tuberculosis (TB) is a zoonotic infectious disease caused by bacteria belonging to the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTC), which can affect a wide variety of domestic and wild animal species. Although the role of goats as a reservoir of MTC bacteria has been evidenced, information about the circulation of MTC strains in this species is still very scarce. The aim of the present study was to determine the seroprevalence, spatial distribution, risk factors and MTC spoligotypes circulating in goats from Andalusia (Southern Spain), the Spanish region with the largest goat census and a hotspot… Read more



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