2020
DOI: 10.1186/s40813-020-00171-1
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Porcine hemothropic mycoplasmas infection associated with productive impact in intensive pig production

Abstract: Background So far, three porcine hemoplasmas (PH) have been identified, namely Mycoplasma suis, Mycoplasma parvum, and Mycoplasma haemosuis. The first one is the main agent associated with porcine hemoplasmosis, a possible cause of economic losses in pig production. Thus, this work aimed to detect and quantify PH 16S rRNA in finishing pigs and to associate its load estimate with average daily weight gain (ADWG). For this purpose, whole blood samples from 318 pigs were collected at an age of 75 … Show more

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“…In farms where antibiotics were withdrawn during the finishing phase, up to 95.60% of animals tested positive for Mycoplasma spp. [ 19 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In farms where antibiotics were withdrawn during the finishing phase, up to 95.60% of animals tested positive for Mycoplasma spp. [ 19 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…rRNA (Figure 3) and rnpB genes (Figure 4) revealed results that are similar to that of previous studies in which M. suis and M. parvum were clustered into the M. suis group and Ca. M. haemosuis was clustered into the M. haemofelis group (Fu et al, 2017;Petri et al, 2020;Seo et al, 2019;Watanabe et al, 2011) (Hoelzle, 2008;Tasker et al, 2018). Moreover, this method may lead to misinterpretation of haemoplasma infection from stain precipitation and Howell-Jolly bodies (Tasker et al, 2018).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…M. haemosuis was clustered into the M . haemofelis group (Fu et al., 2017; Petri et al., 2020; Seo et al., 2019; Watanabe et al., 2011). Moreover, ntST networks provided results corresponding to phylogenetic trees.…”
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confidence: 99%
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