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25 de marzo de 2017

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El mundo de la carne. Sanidad animal en la granja. Radio Televisión Española

Sanidad animal en la granja

Entrevista concedida a El mundo de la carne. Sanidad animal en la granja. Radio Televisión Española. Radio Nacional de España

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23 de marzo de 2017

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7 de marzo de 2017

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A Comparison of Deformed Wing Virus in Deformed and Asymptomatic Honey Bees

Investigación publicada en Insects

Deformed wing virus (DWV) in association with Varroa destructor is currently attributed to being responsible for colony collapse in the western honey bee (Apis mellifera). The appearance of deformed individuals within an infested colony has long been associated with colony losses. However, it is unknown why only a fraction of DWV positive bees develop deformed wings. This study concerns two small studies comparing deformed and non-deformed bees. In Brazil, asymptomatic bees (no wing deformity) that had been parasitised by Varroa as pupae had higher DWV loads than non-parasitised bees. However,… Leer más

7 de marzo de 2017


Un proyecto nacional profundiza en la resistencia a la colistina, un importante antibiótico

Resistencia a la colistina

La colistina es un antibiótico de último recurso, es decir, se utiliza cuando ya no existe otra alternativa para el paciente…

5 de marzo de 2017

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Cómo luchar contra el auge de las superbacterias

Entrevista concedida a El Huffpost. Huffington Post International

En 2050, las superbacterias matarán a 10 millones de personas en el mundo. ¿Qué podemos hacer para evitarlo?… Leer más

3 de marzo de 2017

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Frontiers in veterinary science

Prediction of Pig Trade Movements in Different European Production Systems Using Exponential Random Graph Models

Artículo de investigación publicado en Frontiers in veterinary science

In most European countries, data regarding movements of live animals are routinely collected and can greatly aid predictive epidemic modeling. However, the use of complete movements’ dataset to conduct policy-relevant predictions has been so far limited by the massive amount of data that have to be processed (e.g., in intensive commercial systems) or the restricted availability of timely and updated records on animal movements (e.g., in areas where small-scale or extensive production is predominant). The aim of this study was to use exponential random graph models (ERGMs) to reproduce, underst… Leer más

2 de marzo de 2017

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Carmen Gonzalo Fernández-Manchón

Susceptibilidad de la especie porcina frente a tres cepas de Mycobacterium (M. bovis, M. caprae y M. tuberculosis)

Carmen Gonzalo Fernández-Manchón defendió este Trabajo Fin de Grado

1 de marzo de 2017

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Epidemiology and Infection

Active animal health surveillance in European Union Member States: gaps and opportunities

Artículo de investigación publicado en Epidemiology and Infection

Animal health surveillance enables the detection and control of animal diseases including zoonoses. Under the EU-FP7 project RISKSUR, a survey was conducted in 11 EU Member States and Switzerland to describe active surveillance components in 2011 managed by the public or private sector and identify gaps and opportunities. Information was collected about hazard, target population, geographical focus, legal obligation, management, surveillance design, risk-based sampling, and multi-hazard surveillance. Two countries were excluded due to incompleteness of data. Most of the 664 components targeted… Leer más

1 de marzo de 2017

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Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease

CHROMagar mSuperCARBA performance in carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae isolates characterized at molecular level and routine surveillance rectal swab specimens

Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease publica este artículo de investigación

Performance of the CHROMagar mSuperCARBA media was assessed in both well-characterized carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (n=52) and routine surveillance rectal swab specimens (n=211). Limit of detection ranged between 101 and 102CFU/mL except for OXA-48 producers with low-carbapenem MICs (106CFU/mL). High sensitivity (100%) and specificity (100%) were obtained with rectal swabs… Leer más

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