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Dr. MartĂ­n Quero - 12/06/2020

Foodborne digestive mycosis and the influence of inappropriate use of antibiotics

Certain risk factors exist that predispose to this type of digestive mycosis and aggravate the pathological processes. These include poor nutrition, vitamin D deficiency, lack of hygiene in facility management, stress, immunosuppressive diseases and...


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Dr. Marco A. Hernández - 23/04/2020

Campylobacteriosis, an emerging problem in poultry production

The Campylobacteriosis (Campylobacter jejuni) is a bacterium that can be found as a normal host in the intestine of laying hens, broilers, turkeys and ostriches, which can cause liver disease in these birds.


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Veterinaria Digital - 11/10/2019

What is african swine fever?

African swine fever (ASF) is a highly contagious hemorrhagic disease of viral origin. It affects pigs, both domestic and wild, of all age groups. This illness is caused by a DNA virus of the Asfaviridae family and does not mean a threat for public...


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Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls - 19/09/2019

Veterinary Immunology

La inmunología es una rama de la biología y las ciencias biomédicas que se ocupa de estudiar las células, los tejidos y los órganos responsables de detectar agentes extraños (antígenos) y desencadenar una acción defensiva.


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Dr. EstefanĂ­a Mesa - 19/06/2019

Bacterial vaccines for veterinary use

Veterinary vaccines are antigen preparations to be used for preventing of diseases in animals caused by virus (Newcastle disease, infectious bronchitis, Marek's disease, Gumboro disease, ...), bacteria (fowl cholera, fowl typhoid, colibacillosis,...


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Dra. Alba Vidal - 15/06/2019

Coccidiosis in dogs

Coccidiosis is an intestinal parasite that affects most animal species, including humans. However, the most common coccidia found in our pets do not have an impact on human health. In dogs, most coccidia belong to the genus of Isospora, the most...


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