2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352012000600030 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Fifty-four fecal samples taken from broiler chickens from 1 to 45 days of age, and of pullets from 10 to 13 weeks of age, original from eight different poultry regions in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil, were collected from March 2008 to January 2010 for avian Orthoreovirus (ARV) and avian Rotavirus (AvRV) analyses. For the assay of ARV, RNA was immediately extracted (Trizol) and transcribed into cDNA for assaying in a nested-PCR with ARV-specific primers. For AvRV, polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE)… Show more

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“…Avian Orthoreovirus was an additional cause of immunosuppression described previously in our region (Rios et al, 2012), and may complicate further the complex epidemiology of chicken viruses in the field.…”
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“…Avian Orthoreovirus was an additional cause of immunosuppression described previously in our region (Rios et al, 2012), and may complicate further the complex epidemiology of chicken viruses in the field.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…Free-range chickens FAdV status was previously unknown in Brazil, although the scientific literature had suggested widespread infection in chickens (Cho, 1976;McFerran et al, 1976). A potentially negative role for FAdV is considered on productivity and performance, most importantly taking into consideration the potential co-infections by locally studied CAV (Barrios et al, 2009), IBDV (Gomes et al, 2005) and avian Orthoreovirus (Rios et al, 2012).…”
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“…As frequências de ocorrência deste estudo são semelhantes àquelas descritas anteriormente em nosso país (ALFIERI et al, 1989;TAMEHIRO et al, 2003;VILLARREAL et al, 2006;ASANO et al, 2011;SILVA et al, 2011;RIOS et al, 2012;BESERRA et al, 2014a;METTIFOGO et al, 2014 TROJNAR et al, 20009). No entanto, sabe-se também que a transmissão interespécie entre AvRV e RV de mamíferos ocorre naturalmente (BRUSSOW et al, 1992), já tendo sida descrita inclusive no Brasil (ASANO et al, 2011;SILVA et al, 2012;BESERRA et al, 2014a) Como demonstrado na figura 6, as amostras aqui caracterizadas pertencentes ao genotipo E10, apresentam baixo nível de diversidade genética e estão mais relacionadas com as demais amostras brasileiras (SILVA et al, 2013).…”
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“…No Brasil, rotavírus do grupo A (RVA) foram primeiramente detectados, através das técnicas de PAGE e ELISA, em fezes de frango de corte com diarreia nos estados de Minas Gerais e Paraná (ALFIERI et al, 1989) e posteriormente descritos em amostras fecais de frango de corte, poedeiras e matrizes em estados das regiões norte, nordeste, centro-oeste, sudeste e sul do país (TAMEHIRO et al, 2003;VILLARREAL et al, 2006;RIOS et al, 2012;SILVA et al, 2013;METTIFOGO et al, 2014;BESERRA et al, 2014a), além de criações comerciais de perus (ASANO et al, 2011;MOURA-ALVAREZ et al, 2014) (McNULTY, 2008;TROJNAR et al, 2009;JOHNE et al, 2011;KATOOR et al, 2013;STUCKER et al, 2015;FALCONE et al, 2015). No Brasil, RVD foi primeiramente detectado na região norte (BEZERRA et al, 2012;BEZERRA et al, 2014) e em seguida nos estados de São Paulo, Paraná e Goiás, em amostras de frango de corte, matrizes e poedeiras comerciais sem sintomas de diarreia (BESERRA et al, 2015).…”
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