Category Archives: Endemic diseases

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.

New diagnostics to detect contagious mastitis pathogens in different niches of cow udder

Les superfícies i els estris de cuina han d'estar netes.

Tips to avoid food poisoning at home

Who has ever had a gastroenteritis? In most cases, those responsible for this bad experience are Campylobacter and Salmonella, two zoonotic bacteria that are transmitted through the consumption of contaminated foods. In times of family encounters it is a good time to review some guidelines to avoid these cases in our homes.

Foto: Jacob González-Solís (UB-IRBio)

Pathogens scattered by humans in polar latitudes threaten Antarctic wildlife

Trick, treat or salmonellosis?

Looking for porcine circovirus 3 in domestic pigs and wild boars.

Porcine Circovirus 3 (PCV-3) is a recently discovered virus belonging to the family Circoviridae. It represents the third porcine species of genus Circovirus, together with PCV-1, considered non-pathogenic, and PCV-2, one of the most economically relevant viruses for the pork industry.

Porcine circovirus 2 (PCV-2) genetic variability under natural infection scenario reveals a complex network of viral quasispecies.

A study revealing the complex network of viral quasiespecies present under natural infection scenario of porcine circovirus 2 (PCV-2), was published recently by researchers from IRTA-CReSA in collaboration with a researcher from University of Padua (Italy).

Bovine Tuberculosis: Challenges and Controversies (IV). The role of wildlife