Uma série de 15 casos fatais de aspergilose em pinguins (Spheniscus PALAVRAS-CHAVE: aspergilose; aves marinhas; micoses; patologia; pinguins. 1 ago. Diagnóstico macro e microscópico de Aspergilose em frangos de corte. Macroscopic and . Aspergilose em lotes de aves jovens cursa com. Os objetivos do trabalho foram avaliar a ocorrência de aspergilose causada por Aspergillus fumigatus em aves comerciais através do diagnóstico micológico e.

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Identification and characterization of Aspergillus fumigatus isolates from broilers

On the other hand, Alvarez-Perez et al. Material and Methods 2. Lungs were collected from broilers that were condemned aspergipose or not condemned due to airsacculitis and taken directly from the slaughter line of a slaughterhouse in the above state.

Clinical cases of aspergillosis have already been diagnosed in chickens IslanCeolin et al. The cophenetic correlation coefficient was 0.

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June 24, ; Accepted: Microsatellites are the genetic markers of choice for studying A. There was no manipulation of animals only of stool samples so that the approval of the animal ethics committee was not necessary.

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The logistic regression model identified a significant association of the following assays with condemnation due to airsacculitis i. Aspergillus fumigatus and Aspergillosis. Studies concerning microbiota found in the gut, cloaca and excreta of birds have contributed new knowledge about the ways by which pathogenic fungi are dispersed Fraga et al. Identification of common Aspergillus species. Integration of modern taxonomic methods for Penicillium and Aspergillus classification.


High genotypic diversity indices have been described among clinical and environmental isolates of A. The Chileans authors suggested that it would be interesting to conduct studies to verify whether there are significant differences in the yeast microbiota aspefgilose birds maintained in zoological gardens and in wild birds, as well as the virulence factors associated with these yeasts. Penicillium glabrum Wehmer Westling. Aspertilose methods for the identification is recommended since many species macroscopic and microscopically similar to this species aaspergilose been described belonging to Section Fumigatiwhich sometimes cause difficulties to the correct diagnosis Balajee et al.

Aspergillosis, pulmonary aspergillosis, Aspergillus fumigatusrespiratory disease, airsacculitis. Few studies in the literature have characterized mycelial and yeast fungi in the droppings of these birds and correlated the isolates with the zoonotic e of the microorganisms.

Differentiation between isolates of Aspergillus fumigatus from breeding turkeys and their environment by genotyping with microsatellite markers. Both acute and chronic aspergillosis have been described in penguins. Birds of the Aspergilosd and Pantanal of Mato Grosso Central Western region of Brazil could act in the epidemiological chain of important zoonoses.

Bird communities in two fragments of Cerrado in Itirapina, Brazil. Discussion Aspergillus species are ubiquitous filamentous fungi widely distributed in the environment and Aspergillus fumigatus is considered as a major respiratory pathogen for birds.

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Aspergillus fumigatus from normal and condemned carcasses with airsacculitis in commercial poultry

The widespread distribution of fungal propagules with tiny diameters, particularly in the case of Aspergillus fumigatuswhich is found on the anemophilous aspergiose of all continents, constantly exposes the respiratory tract of both humans and animals to fungal colonization. The histological alteration observed most frequently was lymphoid hyperplasia.

Nine samples were obtained from Amazona aestiva which Candida famata was isolated. The isolation of the following species was observed: In slaughterhouses, carcass inspection is extremely important for the detection aspergiloose certain diseases and for monitoring their occurrence, as well as for the subsequent inspection of the areas from which the batches originated.

Aspergillosis in imported penguins. The zoological gardens aspergiloe attract large-scale movement of visitors and the keepers are continuously exposed to bird droppings. These lesions manifested by multiple granulomatous nodules, sometimes occurring as large masses of 5- 10 cmcontaining necrotic debris and caseous exudates.