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20 de septiembre de 2021

Vía publiDB


Applications of phylodynamic and machine learning models for animal disease surveillance in the 21st century

Comunicación oral en Seminarios VISAVET 2021




15 de septiembre de 2021

Vía publiDB


Evaluation of PCR assays for Campylobacter fetus detection and discrimination between C. fetus subspecies in bovine preputial wash samples

Artículo de investigación publicado en Theriogenology


Campylobacter fetus is a zoonotic pathogen found in cattle, in which it is one of the main causes of infectious infertility. Most diagnostic laboratories use PCR as quick easy tool for C. fetus identification. However, there is no standardized PCR assay for C. fetus detection and subspecies differentiation, hindering the comparison of results. In this study, we evaluated selected PCR assays targeting the 16S rRNA, gyrB, cpn60, cstA, cdtB and nahE genes for C. fetus identification and ISCfe1, sapB2, parA and virB11 for subspecies differentiation. Analytical sensitivity and specificity were asse… Leer más




15 de septiembre de 2021

Vía publiDB


Natalia Lopez García

Diagnostico molecular de la campilobacterosis genial bovina: estudio comparativo de tres técnicas de PCR

Trabajo Fin de Grado defendido por Natalia Lopez García




15 de septiembre de 2021

Vía publiDB


Carolina Belart Sainz

Seroprevalencia de muermo y durina previa a la exportación de caballos en España

Carolina Belart Sainz defendió este Trabajo Fin de Grado




10 de septiembre de 2021

Vía publiDB


The spatial ecology of red deer under different land use and management scenarios: Protected areas, mixed farms and fenced hunting estates

Artículo de investigación publicado en Science of the total environment


The knowledge regarding the spatial ecology of red deer (Cervus elaphus) in different environments is crucial if effective management actions are to be designed. However, this knowledge continues to be scarce in the complex contexts of mixed land use and management circumstances. This study describes the spatial ecology of red deer monitored using GPS collars in Mediterranean ecosystems of South-Central Spain, considering the effect of individual and seasonal (food shortage period, rut, hunting season and food abundance period) factors on different land use and management scenarios, namely pro… Leer más




31 de agosto de 2021

Vía publiDB


MBio

Conjugation Inhibitors Effectively Prevent Plasmid Transmission in Natural Environments

Artículo de investigación publicado en MBio


Plasmid conjugation is a major route for the spread of antibiotic resistance genes. Inhibiting conjugation has been proposed as a feasible strategy to stop or delay the propagation of antibiotic resistance genes. Several compounds have been shown to be conjugation inhibitors in vitro, specifically targeting the plasmid horizontal transfer machinery. However, the in vivo efficiency and the applicability of these compounds to clinical and environmental settings remained untested. Here we show that the synthetic fatty acid 2-hexadecynoic acid (2-HDA), when used as a fish food supplement, lowers t… Leer más




12 de agosto de 2021

Vía publiDB


Antibiotics

Assigning Defined Daily/Course Doses for Antimicrobials in Turkeys to Enable a Cross-Country Quantification and Comparison of Antimicrobial Use

Antibiotics publica este artículo de investigación


Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) threatens our public health and is mainly driven by antimicrobial usage (AMU). For this reason the World Health Organization calls for detailed monitoring of AMU over all animal sectors involved. Therefore, we aimed to quantify AMU on turkey farms. First, turkey-specific Defined Daily Dose (DDDturkey) was determined. These were compared to the broiler alternative from the European Surveillance of Veterinary Antimicrobial Consumption (DDDvet), that mention DDDvet as a proxy for other poultry species. DDDturkey ranged from being 81.5% smaller to 48.5% larger compar… Leer más




3 de agosto de 2021

Vía animalshealth.es


Las 2 bacterias resistentes a antibióticos más importantes en porcino de Europa

Antibióticos en porcino


La EFSA ha señalado que E. coli y B. hyodysenteriae son las bacterias resistentes más relevantes en porcino para la Unión Europea…









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