Category Archives: Porcine bacterial infections
Eliminating treatment with antibiotics in piglets increases diversity in their nasal microbial and promotes a better health
The researcher Virgina Aragón awarded with the best article in Suis magazine of 2018
The advisory committee of Suis has chosen the article “Haemophilus parasuis and resistance to antimicrobials” as the most relevant information of 2018. Virginia Aragón, from the Animal Health Research Center IRTA-CReSA is the author of the article published in number 152 of Suis.
Moving towards an improved experimental model for reproduction of pneumonia induced by Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae
The 25th of April, Beatriz Garcia Morante will defend the PhD thesis entitled “Moving towards an improved experimental model for reproduction of pneumonia induced by Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae” led by researchers Dr. Marina Sibila and Dr. Joaquim Segalés of IRTA-CreSA center. This thesis is the result of the work done during three years under an Industrial Doctorate scholarship. The close collaboration with the pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim has been absolutely fundamental and enriching for the PhD student, since it has offered another scientific perspective and made possible several trips to one of the company’s veterinary research centers, in Hannover (Germany).
The use of antibiotics in pig farms may endanger public health? Study of the emergence of resistance.
The nasal bacterial community of piglets may influence the subsequent development of Glässer’s disease
The microbiota, the community of microorganisms on a particular body site, has been extensively studied during the last few years, and demonstrated to influence the development of many diseases. The nasal mucosa of piglets is colonized by bacteria early in life, constituting the nasal microbiota.