Identificação de Enterobacteriaceae da microbiota intestinal de aves de postura (Gallus gallus Linnaeus, 1758) da linhagem Lohmann S.L.S.

  title={Identificaç{\~a}o de Enterobacteriaceae da microbiota intestinal de aves de postura (Gallus gallus Linnaeus, 1758) da linhagem Lohmann S.L.S.},
  author={Gic{\'e}lia Mendes da Silva and Claudia Neves da Silva and S{\'a}vio Freire Bruno and Dayse Lima da Costa Abreu},
A utilizacao de antibioticos na avicultura, para o controle de doencas, tem causado alteracoes na microbiota normal do tratodigestivo das aves, podendo causar o predominio de especies potencialmente patogenicas. O objetivo deste trabalho e oreconhecimento destas especies e seu risco para a saude publica. A microbiota intestinal de cem galinhas poedeiras comerciaisda linhagem Lohmann S.L.S. foi estudada. Foram coletadas, por via cloacal, amostras fecais atraves de swabs estereis etransportadas… 

Sensibilidade de Enterobacteriaceae da microbiota intestinal de frangos de corte submetidos à dieta com nitrofuranos

A resistencia a tetraciclina e nitrofuranos reafirma a importância da nao utilizacao destes farmacos em criacoes avicolas.

Identificação de Enterobacteriaceae da microbiota intestinal de frangos de corte submetidos a dieta com nitrofuranos

Of all treatments, the highest percentage  of isolated Escherichia coli occurred in the control group, being the latter the one which presented the lowest microorganism diversity  – only two genera were identified.

Aeromonas and Plesiomonas species from scarlet ibis (Eudocimus ruber) and their environment: monitoring antimicrobial susceptibility and virulence

Evaluating the role of captive scarlet ibises and their environment as reservoirs of Aeromonas spp.

Bacterial pathogens in wild birds: a review of the frequency and effects of infection

An overview of the main bacterial pathogens isolated from birds (with particular emphasis on enteropathogenic bacteria) which have the potential to cause disease in both birds and humans is provided, whilst drawing attention to the limitations of traditional detection methods and possible study biases.



Achados patológicos em pintos de um dia após inoculação experimental com Salmonella pullorum, Salmonella arizonae e Citrobacter diversus

A maioria das aves inoculadas viaoral nao apresentou lesoes significativas, o mesmo nao ocorrendo com as inoculada via saco aereo, o que produziu aslesoes mais marcantes em todas as aves.

Changes in microflora of the cloaca and oviduct of hens after intracloacal or intravaginal inoculation with Salmonella enteritidis.

Quantitative and qualitative microbiological examination was carried out on cloacal and oviductal contents pre- and postinfection with Salmonella enteritidis intracloacally or intravaginally in hens inoculated with SE, and SE was recovered from the uterus afterintravaginal inoculation with SE.

Effect of selected antibiotics and anticoccidials on Salmonella enteritidis cecal colonization and organ invasion in Leghorn chicks.

It is indicated that selected antibiotics may increase the severity and frequency of S. enteritidis colonization and invasion rate in leghorn chicks and support and extend previous investigations involving other salmonellae.

Effects of a Living Nonfreeze-Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus Culture on Performance, Egg Quality, and Gut Microflora in Commercial Layers,

An across-trial analysis of all egg production data provided a statistical advantage to adding Lactobacillus to diets of commercial layers to study its effect on performance, egg quality, egg weight, and alterations in gut microflora.

Evaluation of combined antibiotic and competitive exclusion treatment in broiler breeder flocks infected with Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis.

The programme of antibiotic treatment and competitive exclusion offers an alternative to slaughter, but the approach must be part of a co-ordinated programme which will effect a decrease in the prevalence of 5.

The microbiology of the hen's egg.

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Control of established Salmonella typhimurium intestinal colonization with in vivo-passaged anaerobes.

In vivo passage proved to be a convenient and practical method for preserving protective anaerobic flora in broiler chicks and effectively reduced S. typhimurium concentrations in the cecal contents by 4-5 orders of magnitude.

Porosity of, and bacterial invasion through, the shell of the hen's egg

Histological methods show four layers in the intact shell of the hen's egg, namely, cuticle, spongy layer, mammillary layer, and inner shell membrane, and a rough correlation exists between porosity as determined viscometri-cally and the evaporation of water during storage.