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30 de agosto de 2016


Liptosa trabaja en un proyecto CDTI que busca incorporar fitobióticos y nutracéuticos que hagan frente a las patologías en acuicultura

Liptosa hace frente a las patologías en acuicultura

La empresa española Liptosa ha puesto en marcha un nuevo proyecto CDTI denominado Liptoavan, destinado al desarrollo de fitobióticos y nutracéuticos que permitan hacer frente a patógenos frecuentes en acuicultura…

25 de agosto de 2016

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Frontiers in veterinary science

Effect of preventive Chlamydia abortus vaccination in offspring development in sheep challenged experimentally

Investigación publicada en Frontiers in veterinary science

Ovine enzootic abortion, caused by Chlamydia abortus, leads to important economic losses worldwide. In addition to reproductive failures, infection may impact lamb growth during the first weeks after birth, yet this effect has not been well characterized. Vaccination can help to control the disease but variable efficacy values have been described, possibly related with factors associated with the host, the vaccine, the parameter used for efficacy determination and the challenge conditions. In this context, we evaluated the efficacy of an inactivated standard commercial vaccine and a 1/2 dilute… Leer más

16 de agosto de 2016


El cambio climático podría liberar peligrosos microbios atrapados en el hielo

Descongelación de virus causantes de enfermedades erradicadas en la actualidad

La descongelación de cadáveres de distintos organismos a causa del aumento de las temperaturas supondría la descongelación de virus erradicados en la actualidad…

15 de agosto de 2016

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Veterinary Microbiology

Heavy metal and disinfectant resistance genes among livestock-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolates

Investigación publicada en Veterinary Microbiology

Livestock associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (LA-MRSA) has emerged in animal production worldwide. Most LA-MRSA in Europe belong to the clonal complex (CC) 398. The reason for the LA-MRSA emergence is not fully understood. Besides antimicrobial agents used for therapy, other substances with antimicrobial activity applied in animal feed, including metal-containing compounds might contribute to their selection. Some of these genes have been found in various novel SCCmec cassettes. The aim of this study was to assess the occurrence of metal-resistance genes among a LA-S. aureu… Leer más

1 de agosto de 2016

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Transboundary and Emerging Diseases

Development of a Luminex-Based DIVA Assay for Serological Detection of African Horse Sickness Virus in Horses

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African horse sickness (AHS) is considered a fatal re-emergent vector-borne disease of horses. In the absence of any effective treatment for AHS, vaccination remains the most effective form of disease control. The new generation of vaccines, such as one based on purified, inactivated AHS virus (AHSV, serotype 4), which does not induce antibodies against non-structural protein 3 (NS3), enables the development of diagnostic methods that differentiate infected from vaccinated animals (DIVA assays). As detecting AHS in AHSV-free countries may lead to restrictions on international animal movements … Leer más

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