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Macrolides and lincosamides in cattle and pigs: use and development of antimicrobial resistance.

treatment of many common infections in cattle and pigs. Products for in-feed medication with these compounds in combination with other antimicrobials are commonly used in Europe. Most recently approved ...

Cytokine and immunoglobulin isotype profiles during CP7_E2alf vaccination against a challenge with the highly virulent Koslov strain of classical swine fever virus.

isotype-specific antibody profiles were investigated in CP7_E2alf vaccinated pigs before and after challenge with the highly virulent CSFV strain “Koslov” at 14 days or 6 months post-vaccination. The interference of ...

Efficacy of marker vaccine candidate CP7_E2alf against challenge with classical swine fever virus isolates of different genotypes.

Vaccination Vaccines, Marker Vaccines, Synthetic Viral Vaccines Abstract: Classical swine fever (CSF) is among the most important viral disease of domestic and feral pigs and has a serious impact on animal ...

Seroprevalence of zoonotic parasites in pigs slaughtered in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal

Monitoring ON Parasites parasitology Pig Pigs Pork production protocol Research Research Support SAFETY SB- IM status study Toxoplasma Universities university veterinary Veterinary Medicine virology Abstract: ...

Evaluation of the ISO 10273:2003 method for the isolation of human pathogenic Yersinia enterocolitica from pig carcasses and minced meat326

n pathogenic Pig PROGRAM protocol public public health Public-health reducing Research Research Support result results SAFETY Sample Samples SB- IM Swab time Universities university use Version veterinary ...

Effect of a DIVA vaccine with and without in-feed use of coated calcium-butyrate on transmission of Salmonella Typhimurium in pigs.

capacities (Differentiation between Infected and Vaccinated Animals) (n = 2x16); the feed of one group was additionally supplemented with coated calcium-butyrate salt. Two weeks post vaccination, four pigs per ...

Prevalence, risk factors and genetic diversity of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus carried by humans and animals across livestock production sectors.

pig farms. METHODS: MRSA carriage isolates were genotyped (spa, SCC mec and multilocus sequence typing), resistance to 16 antimicrobials was determined and resistance and toxin genes were detected. RESULTS: ...

Transmission Dynamics of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Pigs.

Microbiol, Volume 4, p.57 (2013) Abstract: From the mid-2000s on, numerous studies have shown that methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), renowned as human pathogen, has a reservoir in pigs and ...

Scientific opinion on the risk for public and animal health related to the presence of sterigmatocystin in food and feed

method methods mycotoxins,sterigmatocystin,food,feed,dietary exposure,genotoxic and carcinogenic,risk assessment need observed occurrence ON Pig Pigs Poultry public Quantification result results risk ...

Influence of isolation methods on the occurrence of plasmid-carrying Yersinia enterocolitica serotype O:3 in slaughter pig tonsils, faeces and carcass surface swabs.

humans through the consumption of contaminated pork. Different matrices of pigs at slaughter were tested for the presence of human pathogenic types of Y. enterocolitica using direct plating, selective ...

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