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“…Regarding leptospirosis, our results contradict these thoughts. Likewise, in preliminary studies, we found low prevalence of toxoplasmosis (Fornazari et al, 2011), leishmaniasis (Paiz et al, 2015) and brucellosis (Antunes et al, 2010). Thus, contrary to our initial thoughts, so far there is no evidence that opossums are important carriers of zoonoses in Botucatu.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 88%
“…Regarding leptospirosis, our results contradict these thoughts. Likewise, in preliminary studies, we found low prevalence of toxoplasmosis (Fornazari et al, 2011), leishmaniasis (Paiz et al, 2015) and brucellosis (Antunes et al, 2010). Thus, contrary to our initial thoughts, so far there is no evidence that opossums are important carriers of zoonoses in Botucatu.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 88%
“…In addition, the previous studies of Brucella spp. infection were performed: Both RBPT for screening and serum TAT for confirmation that are utilized in serological surveys in various wild animals [ 20 , 31 ]. The TAT is one of the conventional serological tests based on the agglutination reaction that occurs slowly, referred to as slow agglutination test.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The use of agglutination tests was employed for the diagnosis of many diseases in Asian elephants [ 17 - 19 ] and other wildlife [ 20 ]. In the present study, the cell suspensions of B. abortus antigen for RBPT and EDTA-TAT, the positive and negative reference controls, were provided by the National Institute of Animal Health, Thailand, and performed following the procedure described by OIE [ 8 ].…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Para Brucella spp. há relatos de lobos-guará de vida livre da região de Botucatu exposto ao agente (ANTUNES et al, 2010).…”
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