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    • Epidemic abortions due to Neospora caninum infection in farmed red deer (Cervus elaphus) 

      Soler, Juan Pablo; Moré, Gastón; Urtizbiria, Facundo Nahuel; Hecker, Yanina; Cirone, Karina Mariela; Scioli, Maria Valeria; Paolicchi, Fernando; Fiorentino, María Andrea; Louge Uriarte, Enrique Leopoldo; Canton, German Jose; Verna, Andrea Elizabeth; Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Moore, Prando Dadin (Springer Nature, 2022-03-19)
      This study describes for the first time an abortion outbreak caused by Neospora caninum in farmed red deer. During a 5-year period, farmed hinds, naturally mated, were regularly ultrasound monitored to detect reproductive ...
    • Mastitis and death of a Corriedale ewe associated with Mycoplasma spp. infection in Buenos Aires province 

      Canton, German Jose; Fiorentino, María Andrea; Scioli, Maria Valeria; Lobo, Juan Ignacio; Sticotti, Erika; Tamiozzo, Pablo (Facultad de Agronomía y Veterinaria, Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto, 2021-12-22)
      Mycoplasma spp. infections are associated with different clinical syndromes in ruminants: mastitis, pneumonia, arthritis, otitis, among others. Nevertheless, case reports of clinical diseases associated with Mycoplasma-infections ...
    • Microsatellite genotyping reveals extensive genetic diversity in bovine Neospora caninum from the humid Pampa region in Argentina 

      Dorsch, Matias; Regidor-Cerrillo, Javier; Ortega-Mora, Luis; Scioli, Maria Valeria; Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Canton, German Jose; Moore, Prando Dadin; Hecker, Yanina (Springer Verlag, 2020-10-15)
      Neospora caninum is an apicomplexan protozoan and a major cause of abortion in cattle worldwide. In the Argentinian Humid Pampa, bovine neosporosis causes severe economic losses. Despite this, information on the genetic ...
    • Morphometric study of encephalic lesions in aborted bovine fetuses naturally infected by two subpopulations of Neospora caninum 

      Dorsch, Matías; Moore, Prando Dadin; Regidor Cerrillo, Javier; Scioli, Maria Valeria; Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Canton, German Jose; Ortega Mora, Luis; Hecker, Yanina (Springer, 2021-08)
      Neospora caninum is a major reproductive disease in cattle worldwide. In the Argentinian Humid Pampa, the seroprevalence, incidence of abortions, and economic losses due to neosporosis are considerably higher in dairy than ...
    • Mycoplasma bovis-pneumonia and polyarthritis in feedlot calves in Argentina: First local isolation 

      Canton, German Jose; Llada, Ignacio Mariano; Margineda, Carlos Augusto; Urtizbiria, Facundo Nahuel; Fanti, Sofía; Scioli, Maria Valeria; Fiorentino, María Andrea; Louge Uriarte, Enrique Leopoldo; Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Sticotti, Erika; Tamiozzo, Pablo (Asociación Argentina de Microbiología, 2022-05-21)
      Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is one of the most frequent clinical concerns in weaned calves after their arrival at the feedlot. This work reports the first local isolation of Mycoplasma bovis from feedlot calves with ...
    • Neospora caninum and Toxoplasma gondii as causes of reproductive losses in commercial sheep flocks from Argentina 

      Della Rosa, Paola; Fiorentino, María Andrea; Morrell, Eleonora Lidia; Scioli, Maria Valeria; Paolicchi, Fernando; Moore, Prando Dadin; Canton, German Jose; Hecker, Yanina (Elsevier, 2021-11)
      The aim of this study is to provide preliminary data about the occurrence of N. caninum- and T. gondii-related abortions and perinatal deaths in sheep from Argentina. Thirty ovine aborted foetuses and 33 perinatal deaths ...
    • Pampas fox (Lycalopex gymnocercus) of the Argentine Pampas as intermediate host for Neospora caninum 

      Scioscia, Nathalia Paula; Hecker, Yanina; Arranz Solís, David; Pedrana, Julieta; Urtizbiria, Facundo Nahuel; Campero, Lucia Maria; Olmos, Leandro Hipolito; Scioli, Maria Valeria; Dorsch, Matías; Fiorani, Franco; Cheuquepan Valenzuela, Felipe Andres; Denegri, Guillermo María; Moré, Gastón; Moore, Prando Dadin (Elsevier, 2022-03-03)
      The Pampas fox (Lycalopex gymnocercus) is the most abundant wild canid from South America. This wild canid inhabits grasslands, open woodlands, and areas highly modified by extensive ranching and agricultural activities. ...