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VETERINARY WORLD 11/09/21 Tuberculosis prevalence in animals and humans in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Research (Published online: 11-09-2021)

VETERINARY WORLD 11/09/21 Tuberculosis prevalence in animals and humans in the Republic of Kazakhstan

RESEARCH, SOCIETY AND DEVELOPMENT 21/07/21 Epidemiology of bovine tuberculosis in South America. FRONT. VET. SCI. 03/08/21 Whole Genome Sequencing Links Mycobacterium bovis From Cattle, Cheese and Humans in Baja California, Mexico. Introduction Bovine tuberculosis (bTB), most commonly caused by Mycobacterium bovis, is characterized by the formation of granulomas in the lymph nodes and lungs of infected individuals, though other organs may also be affected (1, 2).

FRONT. VET. SCI. 03/08/21 Whole Genome Sequencing Links Mycobacterium bovis From Cattle, Cheese and Humans in Baja California, Mexico

It is an OIE (World Organization for Animal Health) reportable disease that infects a broad variety of mammals including humans. PATHOGENS 24/06/21 Whole Genome Sequence Analysis of Mycobacterium bovis Cattle Isolates, Algeria. PESQ. VET. BRAS. - 2021 - Bovine tuberculosis in safari park in Brazil. Bovine tuberculosis (bTB) is a chronic and debilitating disease, caused by Mycobacterium bovis, a bacterium belonging to the Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTC) complex (Mol et al. 2016Mol J.P.S., Carvalho T.F., Fonseca Jr A.A., Sales E.B., Issa M.A., Rezende L.C., Hodon M.A., Tinoco H.P., Malta M.C.C., Pessanha A.T., Pierezan F., Mota P.M.P.C., Paixão T.A.

PESQ. VET. BRAS. - 2021 - Bovine tuberculosis in safari park in Brazil

& Santos R.L. 2016. PESQ. VET. BRAS. - 2021 - Spoligotyping, genotyping, and spatial distribution of Mycobacterium bovis in cattle in the state of Bahia, Brazil. The sector agribusiness faces considerable health challenges, including animal tuberculosis (Embrapa 2014Embrapa 2014.

PESQ. VET. BRAS. - 2021 - Spoligotyping, genotyping, and spatial distribution of Mycobacterium bovis in cattle in the state of Bahia, Brazil

Tuberculose bovina: sequenciamento genômico permite avanços na detecção da doença. Notícia 2014, Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária, Campo Grande, MS. Available at <Available at > Accessed on May 17, 2018. ), a neglected disease. FRONT. VET. SCI. 17/02/21 Epidemiology of Bovine Tuberculosis and Its Zoonotic Implication in Addis Ababa Milkshed, Central Ethiopia. Background Bovine tuberculosis (bTB) is caused by Mycobacterium bovis, a member of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTBc).

FRONT. VET. SCI. 17/02/21 Epidemiology of Bovine Tuberculosis and Its Zoonotic Implication in Addis Ababa Milkshed, Central Ethiopia

It is a chronic infectious disease of animals characterized by the formation of granulomas primarily in the lungs, lymph nodes, intestine, and kidney. M. bovis has the widest host ranges of all MTBc organisms and can readily be transmitted to humans or a variety of domestic and wild animals (1). The most common route of transmission to people is through the consumption of unpasteurized dairy products and inhalation of infectious droplet nuclei (2). In 2019 alone, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that M. bovis was responsible for 143,000 new human TB cases and 12,300 deaths (3). Many developed nations have reduced or eliminated bTB from their cattle population by implementing effective control strategies that include testing and culling of infected animals, active surveillance, and restrictions of movement in affected areas (5–7). OIE - REV.SCI. TECH. OFF. INT. EPIZ. - 2018 - Isolation and analysis of the molecular epidemiology and zoonotic significance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in domestic and willife ruminants from three states in India.

Tuberculose en Ethiopie. Journal of Dairy Science Available online 26 January 2019 Assessment of the bovine tuberculosis elimination protocol in the United States. Bovine tuberculosis (bTB) is a chronic disease of cattle caused by infection with the bacteria Mycobacterium bovis.

Journal of Dairy Science Available online 26 January 2019 Assessment of the bovine tuberculosis elimination protocol in the United States

The pathogen can be spread from infected cattle to other warm-blooded animals and humans through aerosol discharges, including saliva, urine, and manure contact; through feeding and watering sites; and by consuming unpasteurized milk or colostrum from infected animals. Animals infected with bTB are hard to identify from clinical symptoms alone. FRONT. VET. SCI. 02/10/18 Risk of Introduction of Bovine Tuberculosis (TB) Into TB-Free Herds in Southern Bahia, Brazil, Associated With Movement of Live Cattle. Introduction Bovine tuberculosis (TB), caused by M. bovis, is a zoonotic disease of chronic evolution, characterized by granulomatous lesions in cattle and buffalo with an impact on public health and trade.

FRONT. VET. SCI. 02/10/18 Risk of Introduction of Bovine Tuberculosis (TB) Into TB-Free Herds in Southern Bahia, Brazil, Associated With Movement of Live Cattle

Milk and beef from countries in which TB is endemic may suffer restrictions on exports into disease-free regions, impacting on the national economy through price reduction of the commodity, and market loss (1–3). With the objective of reducing TB impact on human and animal health, the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAPA) established, in 2001, the National Program for Control and Eradication of Bovine Brucellosis and Tuberculosis (PNCEBT). Control measures regulated in the PNCEBT include the voluntary certification of TB-free farms by regular testing-and-culling of cattle and subsequent restriction on animal movements from infected farms (1). The State of Bahia had 22 TB-free certified farms when this study was conducted. BMC 25/08/17 Molecular characterization of bovine tuberculosis strains in two slaughterhouses in Morocco.

Bovine tuberculosis (BTB) is a chronic granulomatous caseous-necrotising inflammatory disease that mainly affects the lungs and their draining lymph nodes, it can also affect other organs, depending on the route of infection [1, 2, 3].

BMC 25/08/17 Molecular characterization of bovine tuberculosis strains in two slaughterhouses in Morocco

BTB is caused by Mycobacterium bovis, which belongs to the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTBC). M. bovis has the particular ability to infect a wide range of host species other than cattle (livestock, wildlife and pets) and humans, [3, 4], however, cattle remain the most important reservoir for M. bovis [5]. There exist important wildlife reservoirs like the badger (Meles meles), the Possum (Trichosurus vulpecula) [4]. M. bovis can be transmitted between animals by inhalation of aerosols and the ingestion of contaminated food. The transmission is enhanced by many risk factors, mostly related to intensive livestock system [6]. Arq. Inst. Biol. vol.84 São Paulo 2017 Epub Apr 13, 2017 State of tuberculosis in sheep bred with dairy cattle in the southwest region of Maranhão.

J Vet Sci. 2016 Sep; 17(3): 427–429. Mycobacterium bovis infection in a wild sow (Sus scrofa): the first case in Korea. BMC 25/05/16 Prevalence and risk factors of bovine tuberculosis in dairy cattle in Eritrea. The current study included more than half of the dairy cattle population of Eritrea and reports an overall prevalence of BTB at animal (11.3 %) as well as at herd (17.3 %) level.

BMC 25/05/16 Prevalence and risk factors of bovine tuberculosis in dairy cattle in Eritrea

The individual animal BTB prevalence differed between the three regions included, ranging from 21.5 % in Maekel to 7.5 % in Debub and 0.2 % in Anseba. The BTB prevalence in skin test positive herds was not uniform; it was highest (37 %) in Maekel, followed by Debub (30 %), and Anseba (2 %). The risk of having a BTB skin test positive animal was 13 times more likely in Maekel and ~9 times more likely in Debub than in Anseba (Table 3, Model 1). Differences in BTB prevalence may be due to risk factors varying across regions, as geographical location is in general an accepted risk factor.

Herds and individual animal factors [17] may be attributed to the presence or absence of proper housing, adequate space for grazing and exercise, the type of breeds kept, and differences in climate. CDC EID - Volume 21, Number 6—June 2015 - Mycobacterium bovis in Panama, 2013. Fermín Acosta, Ekatherina Chernyaeva, Libardo Mendoza, Dilcia Sambrano, Ricardo Correa, Mikhail Rotkevich, Miroslava Tarté, Humberto Hernández, Bredio Velazco, Cecilia de Escobar, Jacobus H. de Waard, and Amador Goodridge ( Author affiliations: Instituto de Investigaciones Científicas y Servicios de Alta Tecnología, Ciudad del Saber, Panama (F.

CDC EID - Volume 21, Number 6—June 2015 - Mycobacterium bovis in Panama, 2013

Acosta, D. Sambrano, R. Correa, A. Suggested citation for this article Abstract. Veterinary World - MARCH 2015 - Occurrence and Distribution of bovine tuberculosis (Mycobacterium bovis) in Slaughtered cattle in the abattoirs of Bauchi State, Nigeria. VETERINARY MEDICINE INTERNATIONAL - 2012 - Mycobacterial Diseases of Animals 2012. BIOSECURITY_GOVT_NZ 14/06/13 New Management Agency for the National Bovine Tuberculosis Pest Management Plan. A new management agency has been appointed for the National Bovine Tuberculosis (TB) Pest Management plan.

In order for this to happen, the following changes will occur: Animal Health Board (AHB) Incorporated will resign its role as the management agency to take effect at midnight on 30 June 2013. The role will pass to a new limited-liability company TBfree New Zealand Limited. From 1 July 2013 TBfree New Zealand Limited and National Animal Identification and Tracing (NAIT) Limited will become wholly-owned subsidiaries of Operational Solutions for Primary Industries (OSPRI) New Zealand Limited. The Minister for Primary Industries Nathan Guy has appointed TBfree New Zealand Limited as the agency responsible for the National Bovine TB Pest Management plan, with effect from 1 July 2013. “The revised corporate structure will deliver a range of outcomes to protect and enhance the primary sector. J Vet Adv 2013, 3(1): 20-23 Field Determination of Tuberculosis Prevalence in a Herd of Cattle Using Tuberculin and Quicking® Bo.

Veterinary Medicine International - 2012 - Herd-Level Risk Factors for Bovine Tuberculosis: A Literature Review. ECOHEALTH - 2012 - Zoonotic Transmission of Tuberculosis Between Pastoralists and Their Livestock in South-East Ethiopia. Veterinarni Medicina, 57, 2012 (2): 59–76 Prevalence of bovine tuberculosis in cattle in the highlands of Cameroon based on the. FOOD SAFETY AUTHORITY (NL) - MARS 2011 - BOCI-Egypt: Brucellosis and Tuberculosis control 21 – 25 March 2011.

VETERINARY WORLD - OCT 2011 - Au sommaire notamment:Bacterial and parasitic zoonoses encountered at slaughter in Maiduguri abatt. Open Access, Research 2. Studies of the antigenic relationships between bluetongue virus serotypes 2, 9 & 15 isolated in Andhra Pradesh, India - Deepthi Balam, Sreenivasulu Daggupati, Himaja Maddireddy Vet World. 2011; 4(10): 444-448 Abstract l PDF.

NIGERIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL - 2008 - Zoonotic risks and transmission of Mycobacteria species from cow's milk and slaughtered cat. Veterinary Medicine International Volume 2011 (2011), Mycobacteria in Terrestrial Small Mammals on Cattle Farms in Tanzania. Veterinary Medicine International Volume 2010 (2010), Prevalence of Bovine Tuberculosis in Abattoirs of the Littoral and Western.

Veterinary Medicine International Volume 2011 (2011), Bovine Tuberculosis and the Establishment of an Eradication Program in the. Veterinary Medicine International  Volume 2011 (2011) Preventing the Establishment of a Wildlife Disease Reservoir: A Case Study. 2006 - CAPACITY BUILDING FOR SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL OF ZOONOTIC DISEASES. Cover photograph:Centre image courtesy of World Health Organization, P. Wot The designations employed and the presentation of material in this information product do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations concerning the legal or development status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. The papers have been reproduced as submitted by the participants at the Consultation. All rights reserved. Reproduction and dissemination of material in this information product for educational or other non-commercial purposes are authorized without any prior written permission from the copyright holders provided the source is fully acknowledged.

Acronyms Opening address Summary report Introduction Objectives and procedures Summaries of presentations and discussions General discussions and conclusions Recommendations Appendix 1: Agenda.


  1. guatemalt May 27 2014
    International (OIE/FAO/AMERIQUE/AFRIQUE) concernant la tuberculose des ruminants