2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84782007000100027
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Abstract: Bacteriologic examinations were performed on 188 milk samples collected from cows from 11 farms for diagnosis of mastitis in three cities of Rio Grande do

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“…Although raw milk has previously been identified as a risk factor for human campy lobacteriosis (13), there is limited data concerning raw milk as a source of Arcobacter species. Although different rates of Arcobacter spp.-positive raw milk samples have been found in Turkey (6%) (3), Northern Ireland (46%) (14), and Brazil (3%) (11), no estimates have been made of the occurrence of Arcobacter spp. in Scandinavia.…”
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“…Although raw milk has previously been identified as a risk factor for human campy lobacteriosis (13), there is limited data concerning raw milk as a source of Arcobacter species. Although different rates of Arcobacter spp.-positive raw milk samples have been found in Turkey (6%) (3), Northern Ireland (46%) (14), and Brazil (3%) (11), no estimates have been made of the occurrence of Arcobacter spp. in Scandinavia.…”
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“…So far, thirteen species have been identified from different sources within the genus Arcobacter: Arcobacter butzleri, A. cryaerophilus ( [5,10]. Among these species A. butzleri, A. cryaerophilus and A. skirrowii have been associated with enteritis and, occasionally, bacteremia in humans [17] and abortion and mastitis in cattle and swine [6,18,22]. However, Arcobacter has been isolated from large numbers of clinically healthy animals [2,20,26,27] and various environmental sources such as water and sludge [4,7].…”
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“…Outra bactéria Gram negativa também isolada em casos de mastites no Brasil foi Arcobacter spp. no Rio Grande do Sul (Pianta et al 2007). …”
Section: Quadro 1 Frequência Relativa (%) Dos Microrganismos Isoladounclassified
“…Grandes regiões e espécies % de resistência a diferentes antimicrobianos em exploração Nordeste A (Krewer et al 2013) amoxicilina (67,4%) ampicilina (67%) penicilina (66%) B (Coutinho et al 2006) penicilina (80%) ampicilina (80%) neomicina (80%) B (Neves et al 2010) penicilina (66,67%) ampicilina (63,89%) B (Peixoto et al 2010a) ácido nalidíxico (78,26%) neomicina (43,26%) amoxicilina (38.51) Sudeste A (Ribeiro et al 2009) penicilina (53,5%) ampicilina (41,6%) neomicina (38,6%) B amoxicilina (79,5) penicilina (76,8%) B penicilina (87,5%) ampicilina (75%) neomicina (62,5%) C (Pizauro et al 2014) neomicina (32,5%) enrofloxacina (28,9%) penicilina (25,3%) Centro-Oeste A (Fontana et al 2010) penicilina (100 %) oxacilina (100 %) ampicilina (100 %) tados no Quadro 1 somente dois deles (Pianta et al 2007, Mesquita et al 2012) utilizaram esta ferramenta, sendo ambos trabalhos realizados na região Sul do país. A reação em cadeia da polimerase (PCR) apresenta alta especificidade e sensibilidade na detecção do DNA do patógeno causador da doença, além da rapidez do diagnóstico (<6 horas), permitindo a identificação de patógenos que não crescem em técnicas convencionais de cultura ou microrganismos de difícil crescimento (Koskinen et al 2009).…”
Section: Quadro 2 Perfil De Resistência a Antimicrobianos De Diferenunclassified