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    • Abortion outbreak caused by Campylobacter fetus subspecies venerealis and Neospora caninum in a bovine dairy herd 

      Macias Rioseco, Melissa; Caffarena, Rubén; Fraga, Martín; Silveira, Caroline; Giannitti, Federico; Canton, German Jose; Hecker, Yanina; Suanes, Alejandra; Riet Correa, Franklin (Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agrícola y Pecuarias, México, 2019-11)
      In November 2015, an abortion outbreak occurred in a commercial dairy herd of 650 Holstein cows in Florida department, Uruguay. Forty-five (45) cows aborted within 3 wk. Five fetuses were subjected to gross and microscopic ...
    • Anaplasmosis bovina en provincia de Buenos Aires durante 2015 

      Cora Ibarra, Juan Facundo; Lloberas, María Mercedes; Llada, Ignacio Mariano; Odriozola, Ernesto Raul; Canton, German Jose (Ediciones INTA, 2021-04-21)
      Anaplasma marginale es una bacteria intracelular que infecta eritrocitos del bovino produciendo hemolisis extravascular y anemia. La anaplasmosis es endémica en regiones tropicales y subtropicales, mientras que en zonas ...
    • Atypical actinobacillosis in bulls in Argentina : granulomatous dermatitis and lymphadenitis = Actinobacilose atípica em touros na Argentina: dermatite granulomatosa e linfadenite 

      Margineda, Carlos Augusto; Odriozola, Ernesto Raul; Moreira, Ana Rita; Canton, German Jose; Micheloud, Juan Francisco; Gardey, Pedro; Spetter, Lucas Maximiliano; Campero, Carlos Manuel (2013-01)
      Actinobacillosis is a common cause of sporadic infection in cattle. It was mostly characterized as a pyogranulomatous inflammation of the tongue, but also soft tissues as lymph nodes, other digestive tract localization and ...
    • Bacterial, protozoal and viral abortions in sheep and goats in South America: A review. 

      Dorsch, Matías; Canton, German Jose; Driemeier, David; Anderson, Mark.; Moeller, Robert; Giannitti, Federico (Elsevier, 2021-10-06)
      Bacterial, protozoal and viral diseases are major causes of abortion in sheep and goats. These agents cause significant economic losses, and many are considered of concern for public health (zoonotic pathogens) and/or the ...
    • Bovine neosporosis in dairy cattle from the southern highlands of Ecuador 

      Maldonado Rivera, J.E.; Vallecillo, A.J.; Pérez, C.L; Cirone, Karina Mariela; Dorsch, M.A.; Scioli, V.; Hecker, Yanina; Fiorani, Franco; Canton, German Jose; Moore, Prando Dadin (Elsevier, 2020-01-25)
      The aim of this study was to describe bovine neosporosis in dairy cattle from the Sierra region, Ecuador. A case-control study was performed on 841 dairy cattle from 5 dairy herds. The overall seroprevalence was 23.4% ...
    • Caudal vena cava thrombosis in a dairy cow (Bos taurus) in Argentina 

      Schild, Carlos; Armendano, Joaquín Ignacio; Liboreiro, Matías; Bresky, Florencia; Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Odriozola, Ernesto Raul; Canton, German Jose (2017)
      Caudal vena cava thrombosis (CVCT) is an acute disease secondary to ruminal lactic acidosis and rumenitis with fatal outcome in cattle fed with a high-grain diet. The aim of this paper is to describe CVCT in an adult ...
    • Characterization of CD79acy + cells in placentas from ruminants 

      Canton, German Jose; Schock, Alex; Melo de Sousa, Noelita; Beckers, Jean-Francois; Chianini, Francesca (Elsevier, 2019-11)
      Previous work carried out to characterise different immune cells in ruminant placentas found strong CD79αcynuclear labelling in cells histologically resembling trophoblast cells. In the attempt to characterize this ...
    • Characterization of Immune Cell Infiltration in the Placentome of Water Buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis) Infected with Neospora caninum During Pregnancy 

      Canton, German Jose; Konrad, Jose Luis; Moore, Prando Dadin; Caspe, Sergio Gaston; Palarea-Albaladejo, Javier; Campero, Carlos Manuel; Chianini, Francesca (Elsevier, 2014-05)
      Neospora caninum infection in cattle stimulates host immune responses, which may be responsible for placental damage leading to abortion. Susceptibility of water buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis) to neosporosis is not well ...
    • Characterization of the first bovine gammaherpesvirus 4 strain isolated from an aborted bovine fetus in Argentina 

      Romeo, Florencia; Manrique, Julieta; Perez, Sandra; Louge Uriarte, Enrique Leopoldo; Marin, Maia Solange; Canton, German Jose; Leunda, Maria Rosa; González Altamiranda, Erika; Pereyra, Susana Beatriz; Spetter, Lucas Maximiliano; Odeon, Anselmo Carlos; Jones, Leandro; Verna, Andrea Elizabeth (Springer Verlag, 2020-01-24)
      Bovine herpesvirus 4 (BoHV-4) is increasingly believed to be responsible for several disorders of the bovine reproductive tract. The first characterization of BoHV-4 in Argentina was from samples from an aborted fetus. ...
    • Chlamydia pecorum : fetal and placental lesions in sporadic caprine abortion 

      Giannitti, Federico; Anderson, Mark; Miller, Myrna; Rowe, Joan; Sverlow, Karen; Vasquez, Marce; Canton, German Jose (2016)
      Chlamydial abortion in small ruminants is usually associated with Chlamydia abortus infection. Although Chlamydia pecorum has been detected in aborted ruminants and epidemiological data suggests that C. pecorum is abortigenic ...
    • Comparación de ELISAs comerciales para la detección de anticuerpos en la investigación diagnóstica del aborto asociado a Neospora caninum en rodeos lecheros de Uruguay 

      da Silva Silveira, Caroline; Armendano, Joaquín Ignacio; Moore, Prando Dadin; Canton, German Jose; Macías Riosecoa, Melissa; Riet Correa, Franklin; Giannitti, Federico (Elsevier, 2020-06)
      A pesar de su importancia, el diagnóstico etiológico del aborto en bovinos representa un desafío técnico para los veterinarios clínicos y laboratoristas, en parte debido a la dificultad de recuperar los fetos abortados en ...
    • Controlling endemic Neospora caninum-related abortions in a dairy herd from Argentina 

      Lagomarsino, Horacio; Scioli, Agustín; Rodriguez, Alejandro Martin; Armendano, Joaquín Ignacio; Fiorani, Franco; Bence, Ángel; García, Joaquín; Hecker, Yanina; Gual, Ignacio; Canton, German Jose; Odeon, Anselmo Carlos; Campero, Carlos Manuel; Moore, Prando Dadin (Frontiers Media, Switzerland, 2019-12-12)
      After diagnosis of endemic abortions due to neosporosis in a commercial dairy farm, routes of Neospora caninum-transmission were evaluated in order to choose the best strategy for reducing its seroprevalence and related ...
    • Current trends in bovine abortion in Argentina 

      Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Campero, Carlos Manuel; Canton, German Jose; Odeon, Anselmo Carlos; Moore, Prando Dadin; Odriozola, Ernesto Raul; Paolicchi, Fernando; Fiorentino, María Andrea (Colegio Brasileiro de Pathología Animal, 2019-01)
      Bovine abortion is an important cause of significant economic losses in beef and dairy herds. This syndrome is usually difficult to diagnose. The aim of this study was to characterize bovine abortion causes in Argentina ...
    • Cytokine expression in the placenta of pregnant cattle after inoculation with Neospora caninum 

      Canton, German Jose; Katzer, Frank; Maley, Stephen W.; Bartley, Paul M.; Benavides-Silván, Julio; Palarea-Albaladejo, Javier; Pang, Yvonne; Smith, Sionagh; Rocchi, Mara; Buxton, David; Innes, Elisabeth A.; Chianini, Francesca (Elsevier, 2014-09-15)
      Neospora caninum is recognized as a major cause of reproductive losses worldwide but its pathogenesis is not completely understood. Immune mediated placental pathology has been reported as being responsible for compromising ...
    • Delayed type hypersensitivity induced by intradermal inoculation of a Neospora caninum tachyzoite antigen in previously exposed cattle 

      Fiorani, Franco; Armendano, Joaquín Ignacio; Hecker, Yanina Paola; Araoz, Virgina; Canton, German Jose; Leunda, Maria Rosa; Pereyra, Susana Beatriz; Corva, Pablo Marcelo; Odeon, Anselmo Carlos; Moore, Prando Dadin (Elsevier, 2019-01)
      The aim of this study was to evaluate delayed type hypersensitivity (DTH) induced by the intradermal inoculation of a Neospora caninum tachyzoite soluble lysate in cattle previously exposed with the protozoa. Four experimental ...
    • Delayed-type hypersensitivity skin test against Neospora caninum in heifers with undetectable specific antibodies 

      Fiorani, Franco; Hecker, Yanina; Cirone, Karina Mariela; Armendano, Joaquín Ignacio; Gual, Ignacio; Campero, Lucía María; Wilkowsky, Silvina Elizabeth; Cobo, Eduardo Rubén; Corva, Pablo; Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Canton, German Jose; Moore, Prando Dadin (Elsevier, 2020-07-19)
      Delayed-type hypersensitivity (DTH) has been used in human and veterinary medicine as a skin testing for evaluating in vivocell-mediated immune responses (CMIR). Whereas CMIR is a key process to control intracellular ...
    • Detection methods and characterization of bovine viral diarrhea virus in aborted fetuses and neonatal calves over a 22-year period 

      Spetter, Lucas Maximiliano; Louge Uriarte, Enrique Leopoldo; Armendano, Joaquín Ignacio; Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Canton, German Jose; Verna, Andrea Elizabeth; Dorsch, Matías; Pereyra, Susana Beatriz; Odeon, Anselmo Carlos; Saliki, Jeremiah; González Altamiranda, Erika (Springer, 2020-05-16)
      Detection of bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) in aborted fetus samples is often difficult due to tissue autolysis and inappropriate sampling. Studies assessing different methods for BVDV identification in fetal specimens ...
    • Development of maternal and foetal immune responses in cattle following experimental challenge with Neospora caninum at day 210 of gestation 

      Bartley, Paul M.; Katzer, Frank; Rocchi, Mara; Maley, Stephen W.; Benavides-Silván, Julio; Nath, Mintu; Pang, Yvonne; Canton, German Jose; Thomson, Jackie; Chianini, Francesca; Innes, Elisabeth A. (BMC, 2013-10)
      This study examined the immunological responses of pregnant cattle and their foetuses following an experimental challenge with live Neospora caninum tachyzoites at day 210 of gestation. Animals were bled prior to and weekly ...
    • Diagnóstico de abortos y muertes perinatales en ovinos en diferentes regiones de Argentina y estudio de la seroprevalencia aparente de Chlamydia abortus y Leptospira spp. en tambos ovinos de la provincia de Buenos Aires 

      Della Rosa, Paola (Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, 2021-10)
      En Argentina existen alrededor de 15.000.000 de ovinos, 80% de los cuales se encuentran ubicados en la Patagonia, el resto se distribuye principalmente en las regiones Pampeana, Mesopotámica y Noroeste. A nivel mundial, ...
    • El diagnóstico de COVID-19 en Balcarce como parte del enfoque “Una Salud” 

      Louge Uriarte, Enrique Leopoldo; Romeo, Florencia; Rey, Florencia; Canton, German Jose; Storani, Leonardo; Moore, Prando Dadin; Zimmermann, Julián; Verna, Andrea Elizabeth (Estación Experimental Agropecuaria Balcarce, INTA, 2021-11)
      En el artículo, presentamos el trayecto recorrido por nuestro equipo en respuesta a la necesidad concreta de la sociedad Balcarceña, contar con la posibilidad de diagnosticar COVID19 a nivel local.