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30 de marzo de 2021

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Towards a Better and Harmonized Education in Antimicrobial Stewardship in European Veterinary Curricula

Investigación publicada en Antibiotics

Education in antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) in veterinary medicine is essential to foster responsible antimicrobial use and control of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in animals. AMS is listed by the EU and international organizations among the basic `Day One Competences` required of veterinary students upon graduation. Our aim was to evaluate the quality of education of European veterinary students in AMS. We distributed a 27-item survey addressing the perceptions of preparedness and acquired skills on key topics related to AMS to final-year veterinary students in Europe. We collected 3423 co… Leer más

28 de marzo de 2021

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Como el perro y el gato

Todos los estudios que hemos comprobado muestran que ni siquiera entre ellos son capaces de transmitir la enfermedad

Entrevista concedida a Como el perro y el gato. Onda Cero

En Como el Perro y el Gato, hemos hablado de Covid y mascotas con José Manuel Sánchez-Vizcaíno, Catedrático de Sanidad Animal de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, donde se está realizando un estudio sobre el impacto del Covid-19 en animales de compañía… Leer más

25 de marzo de 2021


El origen del CISA, la catedral de la sanidad animal de Europa que pasará al CSIC


Marisa Arias y José Manuel Sánchez-Vizcaíno, actual directora y primer director fundador del CISA, repasan la historia del centro que próximamente quedará bajo el paraguas del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)…

24 de marzo de 2021


La tuberculosis, una enfermedad zoonótica

Día Mundial de la Tuberculosis 2021

- La Tuberculosis: una enfermedad zoonótica -

19 de marzo de 2021

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Working together as the answer to eradicate ASFV

Entrevista concedida a Pig Progress

The words ‘viruses’ and ‘cooperation’ both form key concepts through the life and career of professor José Manuel Sánchez-Vizcaíno. The 2 concepts come together in the latest project he has embarked on: being the coordinator of a European consortium to once and for all eradicate African Swine Fever… Leer más

17 de marzo de 2021

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Transmission of Similar Mcr-1 Carrying Plasmids among Different Escherichia coli Lineages Isolated from Livestock and the Farmer

Antibiotics publica este artículo de investigación

Colistin use has mostly been stopped in human medicine, due to its toxicity. However, nowadays, it still is used as a last-resort antibiotic to treat hospital infections caused by multi-drug resistant Enterobacteriaceae. On the contrary, colistin has been used in veterinary medicine until recently. In this study, 210 fecal samples from pigs (n = 57), calves (n = 152), and the farmer (n = 1) were collected from a farm where E. coli harboring mcr-1–mcr-3 was previously detected. Samples were plated, and mcr-genes presence was confirmed by multiplex-PCR. Hybrid sequencing which determined the pre… Leer más

10 de marzo de 2021

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High Doses of Inactivated African Swine Fever Virus Are Safe, but Do Not Confer Protection against a Virulent Challenge

Artículo de investigación publicado en Vaccines

Abstract: African swine fever (ASF) is currently the major concern of the global swine industry, as a consequence of which a reconsideration of the containment and prevention measures taken to date is urgently required. A great interest in developing an effective and safe vaccine against ASF virus (ASFV) infection has, therefore, recently appeared. The objective of the present study is to test an inactivated ASFV preparation under a vaccination strategy that has not previously been tested in order to improve its protective effect. The following have been considered: (i) virus inactivation by … Leer más

9 de marzo de 2021

Servicio de Vigilancia Sanitaria Equina (SEVISEQ)

La Universidad Complutense habilita la solicitud online de análisis de rinoneumonitis equina

VISAVET es centro autorizado por la Comunidad de Madrid para el análisis de enfermedades equinas sujetas a programas de control y vigilancia sanitaria

Con objeto de facilitar las solicitudes de análisis de Herpesvirus equino tipo 1 (HVE-1) en el actual brote de rinoneumonitis equina en España, el Servicio de Vigilancia Sanitaria Equina (SEVISEQ) del centro VISAVET de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid habilita desde hoy esta identificación dentro de la cartera de análisis de tramitación y pago online.… Leer más

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9 de marzo de 2021

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Buscan desarrollar vacuna contra COVID-19 para animales

Entrevista concedida a televisa.NEWS. Televisa, S.A

Veterinarios de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid aseguran que el COVID-19 es trasmitido de humanos a animales; ante la situación desarrollan prototipos de vacuna para inmunizar mascotas… Leer más

8 de marzo de 2021

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Microbial Genomics

Globetrotting strangles: the unbridled national and international transmission of Streptococcus equi between horses

Investigación publicada en Microbial Genomics

The equine disease strangles, which is characterized by the formation of abscesses in the lymph nodes of the head and neck, is one of the most frequently diagnosed infectious diseases of horses around the world. The causal agent, Streptococcus equi subspecies equi , establishes a persistent infection in approximately 10 % of animals that recover from the acute disease. Such ‘carrier’ animals appear healthy and are rarely identified during routine veterinary examinations pre-purchase or transit, but can transmit S. equi to naïve animals initiating new episodes of disease. Here, we report … Leer más

8 de marzo de 2021

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Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

The Plasmid-Mediated Kluyvera-Like arnBCADTEF Operon Confers Colistin (Hetero)Resistance to Escherichia coli

Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy publica este artículo de investigación

The use of colistin as a last resort antimicrobial is compromised by the emergence of resistant enterobacteria with acquired determinants like mcr genes, mutations that activate the PmrAB system and by still unknown mechanisms. This work analyzed 74 E. coli isolates from healthy swine, turkey or bovine, characterizing their colistin resistance determinants. The mcr-1 gene, detected in 69 isolates, was the main determinant found among which 45% were carried by highly mobile plasmids, followed by four strains lacking previously known resistance determinants or two with mcr-4 (one in addition to … Leer más

5 de marzo de 2021

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Jornada formativa online en Clínica Equina AVEE

Actualización sobre el diagnóstico, tratamiento y manejo en un brote de Rinomeumonitis

Comunicación online en Jornada formativa online en Clínica Equina AVEE

Programa formativo sobre diagnóstico, tratamiento y manejo de un brote de rinoneumonitis equina ofrecido por la Asociación de Veterinarios Especialistas en Équidos de España… Leer más

2 de marzo de 2021

Servicio de Vigilancia Sanitaria Equina (SEVISEQ)

Brote de rinoneumonitis equina 2021 en España

Herpesvirus equino tipo 1 (HVE-1)

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1 de marzo de 2021

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Preventive Veterinary Medicine

Impact of nurse sows on influenza A virus transmission in pigs under field conditions

Artículo de investigación publicado en Preventive Veterinary Medicine

Piglets prior to weaning play a central role in maintaining influenza infections in breeding herds and the use of nurse sows is a common practice to adopt piglets that fall behind and that otherwise would die. Transmission of influenza A virus (IAV) from nurse sows to adopted pigs has been reported experimentally, however, the importance of this route of transmission under field conditions has not yet been elucidated. A cohort study to assess the IAV status in nurse and control sows and their respective litters was carried out in three influenza positive breed-to-wean farms. A total of 94 cont… Leer más

1 de marzo de 2021

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Research in Veterinary Science

Efficacy of a Salmonella enterica serovar Abortusovis (S. Abortusovis) inactivated vaccine in experimentally infected gestating ewes

Research in Veterinary Science publica este artículo de investigación

Salmonella enterica serovar Abortusovis (S. Abortusovis) infection is one of the most important causes of infectious late-term abortion as well as birth of weak lambs in sheep in many countries throughout the world. Implementation of protocols based on the application of effective vaccines is one of the most effective approaches for controlling this disease, but variable efficacy has been reported, possibly related to factors associated with the host, the vaccine, the parameters used for determining efficacy and the challenge protocols. In this context, a new commercial inactivated vaccine (IN… Leer más

1 de marzo de 2021

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No estamos cambiando nuestras herramientas, las estamos mejorando con las nuevas tecnologías

Entrevista concedida a Asoprovac. Asociación Española de Productores de Vacuno de Carne

1 de marzo de 2021

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Las vacunas ilegales ponen en peligro la erradicación de la peste porcina africana en Asia

Entrevista concedida a Animal´s Health

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