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  • Haemophilus parasuis - an overview | ScienceDirect

    In susceptible herds, the clinical signs occur within a week after exposure and consist of some or all of the following: pyrexia 40–41.7°C, anorexia, coughing, depression, swollen joints with lameness, neurological signs, dyspnea, and sudden death.

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  • Pathogenesis of Haemophilus parasuis Infection: Update

    2020-10-13 · health status herds with naive swine, H. parasuis can produce severe disease in all age groups. Sudden death, septicemia, and myositis may occur in addi­ tion to the more 7lical polyserositis and polyarthri­ tis syndrome.4•7• The importance of H. parasuis in other disease …

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  • Haemophilus parasuis vaccines - ScienceDirect

    2016-11-1 · Haemophilus parasuis, a member of the Pasteurellaceae family, is a Gram-negative, rod-shaped, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide dependent bacterium. H. parasuis can cause Glässer’s disease in pigs, which is characterized by severe infection of the upper respiratory tract, polyserositis, meningitis and arthritis (Martinez-Martinez et al., 2013).

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  • Pathogenesis of Haemophilus parasuis infection in swine

    2020-10-13 · Haemophilus parasuis infection in swine is connmonly referred to as Glasser's disease. Glasser described polyserositis and polyarthritis in young swine associated with a small gram negative organism in 1910 Since that time, H. parasuis infection has been regarded as a sporadic, stress associated disease

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  • Characterization of Chinese Haemophilus parasuis

    2016-12-22 · Haemophilus parasuis, the causative agent of Glässer’s disease in pigs, has multiple clinical manifestations, including pneumonia, meningitis, arthritis, polyserositis, and septicemia [1–4]. Glässer’s disease outbreaks are seriously damaging to pigs and cause devastating economic losses to the swine industry worldwide, either on their own, or when co-infections with other swine pathogens occur [ 4 – 8 ].

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  • Investigation of Haemophilus parasuis from healthy

    2019-4-1 · Haemophilus parasuis is a common colonizer of the upper respiratory tract of swine and frequently causes disease, especially in weaner pigs. To date, limited epidemiological data was available for H. parasuis from healthy pigs, which might be carriers of potential pathogenic strains.

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  • Update on the diagnosis of Haemophilus parasuis

    2007-11-1 · Haemophilus parasuis causes Glässer’s disease as well as a number of other diseases in pigs. The diagnosis of H. parasuis -associated disease is usually established by clinical signs, pathological findings and bacterial isolation but diagnosis is complicated by the existence of non-virulent strains and the early colonisation of the upper respiratory tract of healthy piglets.

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  • Comparative proteomic analysis of a Haemophilus

    2012-2-1 · Haemophilus parasuis is the aetiological agent of Glässer’s disease, which is responsible for cases of polyserositis, polyarthritis and meningitis in young pigs. H. parasuis infection significantly increases mortality and morbidity in swine, giving rise to important economic losses in the pig industry [1] .

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  • Fatal infection due to Haemophilus parasuis in a young ...

    2019-8-28 · Haemophilus parasuis. is the causative agent of Glässer’s disease, an inflammatory condition featured by serofibrinous to fibrinopurulent exudates at single or multiple serosal sur-faces (porcine polyserositis and arthritis). 1. Polyarthritis is usually more severe in the atlanto-occipital and large limb joints. 19. Haemophilus parasuis

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  • Genome sequence of Haemophilus parasuis strain

    2011-10-15 · Haemophilus parasuis is a member of the family Pasteurellaceae and is the etiologic agent of Glässer’s disease in pigs, a systemic syndrome associated with only a subset of isolates. The genetic basis for virulence and systemic spread of particular H. parasuis isolates is currently unknown.

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  • Haemophilus parasuis - Pork Information Gateway

    Objectives. Discuss features regarding diagnosis and epidemiology of Haemophilus parasuis.; Describe methods of control of Haemophilus parasuis in the nursery.; Etiological agent (cause) Haemophilus parasuis is the etiological agent (cause) of the syndrome currently known as “Glässer’s disease”. This organism is an early colonizer of the upper respiratory tract and may be normally ...

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  • Study of the population structure of Haemophilus

    Haemophilus parasuis is the aetiological agent of Glässer's disease in swine. In addition, this bacterium causes other clinical outcomes and can also be isolated from the upper respiratory tract of healthy pigs. Isolates of H. parasuis differ in phenotypic features (e.g. protein profiles, colony mor …

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  • Pathogenesis of Haemophilus parasuis Infection: Update

    2020-10-13 · Pathogenesis of Haemophilus parasuis Infection: Update of Current Research Abstract Haemophilus parasuis has traditionally been considered a sporadic stress associated disease of young swine in conventional herds.12 In recent years there has been renewed interest in H. parasuis infection for several reasons.

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  • The effect of antibiotic treatment on Haemophilus

    The overall goal of this PhD dissertation was to investigate the influence of antimicrobial treatment on H. parasuis colonization and infection, and its effect on the development of immune responses against H. parasuis in swine. First, a species-specific ELISA assay and an experimental model of H. parasuis colonization were developed to study ...

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  • Genome sequence of Haemophilus parasuis strain

    2011-10-15 · Haemophilus parasuis is a member of the family Pasteurellaceae and is the etiologic agent of Glässer’s disease in pigs, a systemic syndrome associated with only a subset of isolates. The genetic basis for virulence and systemic spread of particular H. parasuis isolates is currently unknown. Strain 29755 is an invasive isolate that has long been used in the study of Glässer’s disease.

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  • Glässer's disease - CABI.org

    Haemophilus parasuis is a bacterium that causes disease in many body systems of pigs, but is also a colonizer of the upper respiratory tract. It may affect all ages but is particularly common in nursery pigs, growers and early finishers. Hill et al. (1996) found H. parasuis in 7.9% of cases of arthritis in pigs under 12 weeks of age. Primarily it causes Glässer’s Disease, a polyserositis ...

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  • Haemophilus parasuis VtaA2 is involved in adhesion

    2019-9-23 · Haemophilus parasuis is part of the microbiota of the upper respiratory tract in swine. However, virulent strains can cause a systemic disease known as Glässer’s disease. Several virulence factors have been described in H. parasuis including the virulence-associated trimeric autotransporters (VtaAs). VtaA2 is up-regulated during infection and is only found in virulent strains.

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  • Serum-resistance in Haemophilus parasuis is

    Haemophilus parasuis can cause pneumonia and systemic disease in swine but it is also a coloniser of the upper respiratory tract of healthy pigs. These differences in pathogenicity are probably the result of diverse mechanisms of virulence in different strains. Since serum-resistance is a feature frequently found in systemic pathogens, 31 H. parasuis strains of different clinical origin were ...

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  • Validation of a real-time PCR for Haemophilus

    2009-8-19 · Aims: To validate a real-time PCR test for the diagnosis of Glässer’s disease, a major pig disease caused by Haemophilus parasuis. Methods and Results: The specificity of a real-time PCR amplifying the inf B gene was validated with 68 H. parasuis …

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  • Purification and renaturation of membrane

    Haemophilus parasuis, which causes polyserositis, polysynovitis, meningitis, septicemia, and pneumonia in pigs, has emerged as an increasing problem in modern swine production systems. Co-factors for and the pathogenesis of H. parasuis disease are not defined. One of the potential virulence factors of H. parasuis is its neuraminidase (sialidase). While purifying the H. parasuis neuraminidase ...

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  • Pathogenesis of Haemophilus parasuis Infection: Update

    2020-10-13 · Pathogenesis of Haemophilus parasuis Infection: Update of Current Research Abstract Haemophilus parasuis has traditionally been considered a sporadic stress associated disease of young swine in conventional herds.12 In recent years there has been renewed interest in H. parasuis infection for several reasons.

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  • The effect of antibiotic treatment on Haemophilus

    The overall goal of this PhD dissertation was to investigate the influence of antimicrobial treatment on H. parasuis colonization and infection, and its effect on the development of immune responses against H. parasuis in swine. First, a species-specific ELISA assay and an experimental model of H. parasuis colonization were developed to study ...

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  • Pathogenesis of Haemophilus parasuis infection in swine

    2020-10-13 · Haemophilus parasuis infection in swine is connmonly referred to as Glasser's disease. Glasser described polyserositis and polyarthritis in young swine associated with a small gram negative organism in 1910 Since that time, H. parasuis infection has been regarded as a sporadic, stress associated disease

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  • The omp2 Gene of HPS-type Bacteria Cloning and

    2013-12-24 · Haemophilus parasuis, virulence genes, omp2 . 1. Introduction . Haemophilus parasuis is a principal member of the genus by the Pasteurella Division Haemophilus, considered as the main pa-thogens of the Glaser's disease [1]. Nowadays, HPS disease became one of the major bacterial diseases affecting the swine industry.

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  • Haemophilus parasuis VtaA2 is involved in adhesion

    2019-9-23 · Haemophilus parasuis is part of the microbiota of the upper respiratory tract in swine. However, virulent strains can cause a systemic disease known as Glässer’s disease. Several virulence factors have been described in H. parasuis including the virulence-associated trimeric autotransporters (VtaAs). VtaA2 is up-regulated during infection and is only found in virulent strains.

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  • Haemophilus parasuis – Four Star Veterinary Service

    Haemophilus parasuis is a commensal organism of the upper respiratory tract of conventional pigs, but under appropriate conditions can invade and cause severe systemic disease, characterized by fibrinous polyserositis, arthritis and meningitis. Factors involved in systemic invasion by H. parasuis remain largely unknown. However, major advances in our knowledge of H. parasuis include (1 ...

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  • Haemophilus parasuis: new trends on diagnosis ...

    2010-5-15 · Haemophilus Parasuis Vaccine Wins Approval May 15, 2010 Available exclusively through veterinarians, the company says ParaSail has proven effective against three of the most common strains of H. parasuis: serotypes 4, 5 and 13.

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  • Haemophilus Parasuis Vaccine Wins Approval |

    Haemophilus parasuis is the agent responsible for causing Glässer's disease, but little is known about the pathogenic determinants of this major pig disease. Here we describe, for the pathogenic strain Nagasaki, the molecular characterization of 13 trimeric autotransporters as assessed by the presence of YadA C-terminal translocator domains which were classified into three groups.

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  • Trimeric autotransporters of Haemophilus parasuis ...

    Haemophilus parasuis, which causes polyserositis, polysynovitis, meningitis, septicemia, and pneumonia in pigs, has emerged as an increasing problem in modern swine production systems. Co-factors for and the pathogenesis of H. parasuis disease are not defined. One of the potential virulence factors of H. parasuis is its neuraminidase (sialidase). While purifying the H. parasuis neuraminidase ...

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  • Pathogenesis of Haemophilus parasuis infection in swine

    2020-10-13 · Haemophilus parasuis infection in swine is connmonly referred to as Glasser's disease. Glasser described polyserositis and polyarthritis in young swine associated with a small gram negative organism in 1910 Since that time, H. parasuis infection has been regarded as a sporadic, stress associated disease

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  • Characterization of Haemophilus Parasuis Serovar 2 ...

    2018-1-1 · Haemophilus parasuis is an important bacterium affecting pigs, causing Glässer’s disease. To further characterize this species, we determined the complete genomic sequence of H. parasuis CL120103, which was isolated from diseased pigs. The strain H. parasuis …

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  • Haemophilus parasuis: new trends on diagnosis ...

    Haemophilus parasuis is a commensal organism of the upper respiratory tract of conventional pigs, but under appropriate conditions can invade and cause severe systemic disease, characterized by fibrinous polyserositis, arthritis and meningitis. Factors involved in systemic invasion by H. parasuis remain largely unknown. However, major advances in our knowledge of H. parasuis include (1 ...

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  • Haemophilus parasuis – Four Star Veterinary Service

    2010-5-15 · Haemophilus Parasuis Vaccine Wins Approval May 15, 2010 Available exclusively through veterinarians, the company says ParaSail has proven effective against three of the most common strains of H. parasuis: serotypes 4, 5 and 13.

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  • Haemophilus Parasuis Vaccine Wins Approval |

    Haemophilus parasuis is a member of the family Pasteurellaceae and is the etiologic agent of Glässer’s disease in pigs, a systemic syndrome associated with only a subset of isolates. The genetic basis for virulence and systemic spread of particular H. parasuis isolates is currently unknown. Strain 29755 is an invasive isolate that has long been used in the study of Glässer’s disease.

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  • Genome sequence of Haemophilus parasuis strain

    Haemophilus parasuis (H. para-suis) is the specific pathogenic cause of Glässer’s disease in swine, which brings about polyserositis in swine, including pleuritis, peritonitistis and arthritis [7]. Both of them are among the most common bacterial causes of porcine respiratory disease, and often

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  • Research Article Simultaneous Detection of Actinobacillus ...

    2010-4-1 · Aims: To validate a real‐time PCR test for the diagnosis of Glässer’s disease, a major pig disease caused by Haemophilus parasuis. Methods and Results: The specificity of a real‐time PCR amplifying the inf B gene was validated with 68 H. parasuis isolates and 36 strains of closely related species. As well, 239 samples of DNA from tissues and fluids of 16 experimentally challenged ...

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  • Validation of a real‐time PCR for Haemophilus

    2018-11-1 · Haemophilus parasuis is a respiratory pathogen of swine and the etiological agent of Glässer's disease. H. parasuis isolates can exhibit different virulence capabilities ranging from lethal systemic disease to subclinical carriage. To identify genomic differences between phenotypically distinct strains, we obtained the closed whole-genome sequence annotation and genome-wide methylation ...

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  • Comparative genomic and methylome analysis of non

    Haemophilus (H.) parasuis isolated from pigs have been reported by several groups. A study by Zhang et al. [30] has showed that 100% of H. parasuis wild-type isolates were covered when the epidemiologic cutoff value was 16 g/mL. For 97 isolates of H. parasuis cultured from Australian pigs, the minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) was between ...

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  • Characterization of Chinese Haemophilus parasuis

    2016-12-22 · Introduction. Haemophilus parasuis, the causative agent of Glässer’s disease in pigs, has multiple clinical manifestations, including pneumonia, meningitis, arthritis, polyserositis, and septicemia [1–4].Glässer’s disease outbreaks are seriously damaging to pigs and cause devastating economic losses to the swine industry worldwide, either on their own, or when co-infections with other ...

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  • Haemophilus parasuis – Four Star Veterinary Service

    Haemophilus parasuis is the agent responsible for causing Glässer's disease, but little is known about the pathogenic determinants of this major pig disease. Here we describe, for the pathogenic strain Nagasaki, the molecular characterization of 13 trimeric autotransporters as assessed by the presence of YadA C-terminal translocator domains which were classified into three groups.

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  • Trimeric autotransporters of Haemophilus parasuis ...

    2010-4-1 · Aims: To validate a real‐time PCR test for the diagnosis of Glässer’s disease, a major pig disease caused by Haemophilus parasuis. Methods and Results: The specificity of a real‐time PCR amplifying the inf B gene was validated with 68 H. parasuis isolates and 36 strains of closely related species. As well, 239 samples of DNA from tissues and fluids of 16 experimentally challenged ...

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  • Validation of a real‐time PCR for Haemophilus

    Polyserositis caused by Haemophilus parasuis is an important disease that affects mostly weaned pigs. Recent studies have shown that virulence can differ among strains recovered from distinct body sites and also that it may be related to the presence of certain outer membrane proteins (OMPs). The objective of this study was to compare the OMP and DNA profiles of H. parasuis strains isolated ...

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  • Outer Membrane Proteins and DNA Profiles in Strains

    2020-5-12 · structure, Haemophilus parasuis Background Haemophilus parasuis is an important pathogen of pigs [1,2] but is also a frequent commensal of their upper respiratory tracts. It causes polyserositis, meningitis and septicaemia (known as Glässer’s disease) as well as pneu-monia and pleurisy [3]. Historically, H. parasuis caused disease in ...

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  • The use of genome wide association methods to

    Haemophilus parasuis is a common epiphyte of the upper respiratory tract of pigs, but may be etiologically involved in the respiratory syndrome, cause Glässer's disease or septicaemia. All factors of H. parasuis pathogenicity that enable some strains to be virulent and consequently cause a clinical disease have not been established yet.

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  • Diagnostics and prevention of diseases in pigs caused

    2018-11-1 · Haemophilus parasuis is a respiratory pathogen of swine and the etiological agent of Glässer's disease. H. parasuis isolates can exhibit different virulence capabilities ranging from lethal systemic disease to subclinical carriage. To identify genomic differences between phenotypically distinct strains, we obtained the closed whole-genome sequence annotation and genome-wide methylation ...

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  • Comparative genomic and methylome analysis of non

    In order to establish a duplex fluorescent quantitative PCR assay for Haemophilus parasuis (Hps) and Pasteurella (Pm), two pairs of primers and Taq Man probes were designed according to the conserved sequence of the OmpP2 gene and PlpE gene in this study, through optimizing all components concentration and annealing temperature in the reaction system, an optimal duplex qPCR method was ...

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  • Establishment of duplex fluorescent quantitative PCR

    At a large-scale pig farm in Shenyang, a strain of polymorphic Gram-negative bacteria was isolated from the lungs of sick pigs suspected with infected by Haemophilus parasuis. According to the culture characteristics and biochemical test results, as well as the PCR identification and sequence alignment of Haemophilus parasuis 16s rRNA specific primer, the homology between the isolate and Hps in...

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  • Characterization of Chinese Haemophilus parasuis

    2016-12-22 · Introduction. Haemophilus parasuis, the causative agent of Glässer’s disease in pigs, has multiple clinical manifestations, including pneumonia, meningitis, arthritis, polyserositis, and septicemia [1–4].Glässer’s disease outbreaks are seriously damaging to pigs and cause devastating economic losses to the swine industry worldwide, either on their own, or when co-infections with other ...

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  • Genome sequence of Haemophilus parasuis strain

    2011-10-15 · Genome sequence of Haemophilus parasuis strain 29755. Mullins MA, Register KB, Bayles DO, Dyer DW, Kuehn JS, Phillips GJ. Haemophilus parasuis is a member of the family Pasteurellaceae and is the etiologic agent of Glässer's disease in pigs, a …

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  • Characterization of Haemophilus parasuis Serovar 2 ...

    Abstract. Haemophilus parasuis is an important bacterium affecting pigs, causing Glässer’s disease. To further characterize this species, we determined the complete genomic sequence of H. parasuis CL120103, which was isolated from diseased pigs. The strain H. parasuis CL120103 was identified as serovar 2. The size of the largest scaffold is 2,326,318 bp and contains 145 large contigs, with ...

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  • The omp2 Gene of HPS-type Bacteria Cloning and

    2013-12-24 · Haemophilus parasuis, virulence genes, omp2 . 1. Introduction . Haemophilus parasuis is a principal member of the genus by the Pasteurella Division Haemophilus, considered as the main pa-thogens of the Glaser's disease [1]. Nowadays, HPS disease became one of the major bacterial diseases affecting the swine industry.

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  • Pathogenicity of Haemophilus parasuis and control of ...

    2020-5-1 · Pathogenicity of Haemophilus parasuis and control of Glässer’s disease Back to Table of Contents. Add to My Library ...

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  • Trimeric autotransporters of Haemophilus parasuis ...

    Haemophilus parasuis is the agent responsible for causing Glässer's disease, but little is known about the pathogenic determinants of this major pig disease. Here we describe, for the pathogenic strain Nagasaki, the molecular characterization of 13 trimeric autotransporters as assessed by the presence of YadA C-terminal translocator domains which were classified into three groups.

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  • Genome sequence of Haemophilus parasuis strain

    Haemophilus parasuis is a member of the family Pasteurellaceae and is the etiologic agent of Glässer’s disease in pigs, a systemic syndrome associated with only a subset of isolates. The genetic basis for virulence and systemic spread of particular H. parasuis isolates is currently unknown.

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  • Characterization of the Capsular Polysaccharide of ...

    Some features of this site may not work without it. Characterization of the Capsular Polysaccharide of Haemophilus parasuis and its Application in the Diagnosis and Prevention of Glasser's Disease. View Open. Hyman_A_D_2015.pdf (3.966Mb) Downloads: 635 ...

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  • Diagnostics and prevention of diseases in pigs caused

    Haemophilus parasuis is a common epiphyte of the upper respiratory tract of pigs, but may be etiologically involved in the respiratory syndrome, cause Glässer's disease or septicaemia. All factors of H. parasuis pathogenicity that enable some strains to be virulent and consequently cause a clinical disease have not been established yet.

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  • Effects of nucleotide usage on the synonymous codon

    2016-6-8 · Codon usage in biofilm-associated Haemophilus parasuis ees 3 Genetics and olecular Research gmr C-R wwwfunpecrpcombr MATERIAL AND METHODS Sequence data of biofilm-associated genes in H. parasuis Fifteen genes are related to biofilm formation in H. parasuis: aidA, capD, galE, galU, iscR, lsgB, luxS, ompP2, ompP5, opsX, pilA, rfaF, wza, wzz, and yadA (Li et al., 2013;

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  • Haemophilus influenzae Disease (including Hib) | CDC

    Haemophilus influenzae disease is a name for any illness caused by bacteria called H. influenzae.Some of these illnesses, like ear infections, are mild while others, like bloodstream infections, are very serious. In spite of the name, H. influenzae do not cause influenza (the flu).Vaccines can prevent one type of H. influenzae (type b or Hib) disease.

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  • Genome sequence of Haemophilus parasuis strain

    2011-10-15 · Genome sequence of Haemophilus parasuis strain 29755. Mullins MA, Register KB, Bayles DO, Dyer DW, Kuehn JS, Phillips GJ. Haemophilus parasuis is a member of the family Pasteurellaceae and is the etiologic agent of Glässer's disease in pigs, a …

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  • Haemophilus Species - Medical Microbiology - NCBI

    Abstract Haemophilus parasuis is the aetiological agent of Glässer's disease in swine. In addition, this bacterium causes other clinical outcomes and can also be …

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  • Study of the population structure of Haemophilus

    2018-7-5 · Abstract. Haemophilus parasuis is an important bacterium affecting pigs, causing Glässer’s disease. To further characterize this species, we determined the complete genomic sequence of H. parasuis CL120103, which was isolated from diseased pigs. The strain H. parasuis CL120103 was identified as serovar 2. The size of the largest scaffold is 2,326,318 bp and contains 145 large contigs, …

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  • Characterization of Haemophilus parasuis Serovar 2 ...

    2012-3-7 · Haemophilus parasuis is the causative agent of Glässer's disease of pigs, a disease associated with fibrinous polyserositis, polyarthritis and meningitis. We report here H. parasuis encodes two copies of cytolethal distending toxins (Cdts), which these two Cdts showed the uniform toxin activity in vitro. We demonstrate that three Cdt peptides can form an active tripartite holotoxin that ...

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  • Haemophilus parasuis Encodes Two Functional

    2016-2-2 · Haemophilus parasuis is the etiological agent (cause) of the syndrome currently known as “Glässer’s disease”. This organism is an early colonizer of the upper respiratory tract and may be normally isolated from the nasal cavity, tonsil, and trachea of healthy pigs. Although non-pathogenic strains predominate in the upper respiratory ...

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  • Haemophilus Parasuis in Swine | Farms.com

    2015-4-1 · Abstract. Haemophilus parasuis is a commensal bacterium of the upper respiratory tract of healthy pigs. However, in conjunction with viral infections in immunocompromised animals H. parasuis can transform into a pathogen that is responsible for causing Glasser's disease which is typically characterized by fibrinous polyserositis, polyarthritis, meningitis and sometimes acute pneumonia and ...

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  • Map-Based Comparative Genomic Analysis of Virulent ...

    Background: Haemophilus parasuis is the etiologic agent of Glässer’s disease in pigs and causes devastating losses to the farming industry. Whilst some hyper-virulent isolates have been described, the relationship between genetics and disease outcome has been only partially established.

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  • The use of genome wide association methods to

    2016-6-8 · Codon usage in biofilm-associated Haemophilus parasuis ees 3 Genetics and olecular Research gmr C-R wwwfunpecrpcombr MATERIAL AND METHODS Sequence data of biofilm-associated genes in H. parasuis Fifteen genes are related to biofilm formation in H. parasuis: aidA, capD, galE, galU, iscR, lsgB, luxS, ompP2, ompP5, opsX, pilA, rfaF, wza, wzz, and yadA (Li et al., 2013;

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  • Haemophilus parasuis - Pork Information Gateway

    Haemophilus parasuis is still one of the main causes of nursery mortality in most U.S. herds1. Mortality rates due to Haemophilus parasuis can be as high as 10%,2 which makes this agent one of the most costly pathogens in swine production. Although a few herds experience nursery mortality solely due to H. parasuis, disease caused…

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  • Haemophilus parasuis: Research update on diagnosis ...

    2020-6-21 · Haemophilus parasuis. can be as high as 10%, 2. which makes this agent one of the most costly pathogens in swine production. Although a few herds experience nursery mortality solely due to . H. parasuis, disease caused by this agent may occur at the same time as other bacterial and viral infections. Streptococcus suis. and Porcine Reproductive and

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  • Detection of Haemophilus Parasuis from The Respiratory ...

    2020-8-17 · Study in order to detect the presence of Haemophilus parasuis in pig farms in Tabanan, Badung, and Gianyar Bali ... disease caused by Haemophilus parasuis. This study aimed ... Features. Bulg. J. Vet. Med. 10(3) :131- 146.

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  • ParaSail Broad Spectrum Injectable for Swine

    Parasail HPS is a reconstituted vaccine product containing an avirulent live culture of Haemophilus parasuis and it's used for the vaccination of healthy swine 3 weeks of age and older, as an aid in the prevention of Glässer’s disease in swine caused by Haemophilus parasuis. Clinical signs are seen primarily in pigs 4-8 weeks old and include: High fever (106.7º F) and Lack of Appetite ...

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  • JB Table of Contents Volume 191, Issue 2

    2020-12-20 · Haemophilus parasuis is the agent responsible for causing Glässer's disease, but little is known about the pathogenic determinants of this major pig disease. Here we describe, for the pathogenic strain Nagasaki, the molecular characterization of ...

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  • The use of genome wide association methods to

    2014-12-24 · Haemophilus parasuis is an important pathogen of pigs [1, 2] but is also a frequent commensal of their upper respiratory tracts.It causes polyserositis, meningitis and septicaemia (known as Glässer’s disease) as well as pneumonia and pleurisy [].Historically, H. parasuis caused disease in recently weaned piglets, but with the intensification of production it now affects a wide age-range [4, 5].

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  • Experimental Reproduction of Haemophilus Parasuis ...

    2018-2-18 · Haemophilus parasuis is a common cause of polyserositis and polyarthritis in swine. Little is known about the mucosal and systemic sites of replication and lesions which follow an aerosol exposure to H. parasuis. In this experiment 5–week-old cesarean-derived, colostrum-deprived (CDCD) pigs were inoculated intranasally with an inoculum containing 2 × 10 9 colony-forming units of H. parasuis.

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  • Fatal infection due to Haemophilus parasuis in a

    2019-8-28 · Haemophilus parasuis is a recognized pathogen in domestic pigs; the pathogen has been also isolated from healthy wild boar (Sus scrofa). In the current report, a case of fatal H. parasuis …

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  • Application of molecular techniques to the diagnosis and ...

    2008-1-24 · Application of molecular techniques to the diagnosis and epidemiology of Haemophilus parasuis Tables index Pg 12 Table 1. Bacterial findings in pigs inoculated with a pericardium isolate of H. parasuis. Pg 19 Table 2. Biochemical test for H. parasuis differentiation from other ...

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  • Haemophilus, Histophilus Flashcards | Quizlet

    Haemophilus parasuis Disease - Glasser's disease in swine - characterized by polyserositis, arthritis, and meningitis ... Haemophilus parasuis immunity - At least 15 serotypes - Serotypes 1, 2, 4, 5 most prevalent ... Features. Quizlet Live. Quizlet Learn. Diagrams. Flashcards. Mobile. Help. Sign up. Help Center.

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  • Haemophilus parasuis - Pork Information Gateway

    Haemophilus parasuis is still one of the main causes of nursery mortality in most U.S. herds1. Mortality rates due to Haemophilus parasuis can be as high as 10%,2 which makes this agent one of the most costly pathogens in swine production. Although a few herds experience nursery mortality solely due to H. parasuis, disease caused…

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  • Haemophilus parasuis: Research update on diagnosis ...

    2020-6-21 · Haemophilus parasuis. can be as high as 10%, 2. which makes this agent one of the most costly pathogens in swine production. Although a few herds experience nursery mortality solely due to . H. parasuis, disease caused by this agent may occur at the same time as other bacterial and viral infections. Streptococcus suis. and Porcine Reproductive and

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    Haemophilus parasuis is a bacterium that causes Glässer's disease in swine characterized by acute infections and chronic debilitation. However, not all strains of the bacterium cause disease. To date, little is known about genetic differences among H. parasuis strains and the genetic factors that contribute to its ability to cause disease.

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  • Novel blaROB-1-Bearing Plasmid Conferring

    2015-4-10 · Haemophilus parasuis, the causative agent of Glässer's disease, is one of the early colonizers of the nasal mucosa of piglets.It is prevalent in swine herds, and lesions associated with disease are fibrinous polyserositis and bronchopneumonia. Antibiotics are commonly used in disease control, and resistance to several antibiotics has been described in H. parasuis.

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  • IAI Table of Contents Volume 84, Issue 8

    2018-2-18 · Haemophilus parasuis is a common cause of polyserositis and polyarthritis in swine. Little is known about the mucosal and systemic sites of replication and lesions which follow an aerosol exposure to H. parasuis. In this experiment 5–week-old cesarean-derived, colostrum-deprived (CDCD) pigs were inoculated intranasally with an inoculum containing 2 × 10 9 colony-forming units of H. parasuis.

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  • Experimental Reproduction of Haemophilus Parasuis ...

    2014-12-16 · The present invention provides isolated polypeptides having oligopeptide permease activity and an amino acid sequence that has at least 80% identity with a Haemophilus parasuis OppA polypeptide.Also provided by the present invention are isolated polynucleotides that encode the polypeptides described herein, and antibody that specifically binds a polypeptide described herein.

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  • Haemophilus parasuis polypeptides and methods of

    2019-8-28 · Haemophilus parasuis is a recognized pathogen in domestic pigs; the pathogen has been also isolated from healthy wild boar (Sus scrofa). In the current report, a case of fatal H. parasuis …

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  • Fatal infection due to Haemophilus parasuis in a

    Haemophilus parasuis Disease - Glasser's disease in swine - characterized by polyserositis, arthritis, and meningitis ... Haemophilus parasuis immunity - At least 15 serotypes - Serotypes 1, 2, 4, 5 most prevalent ... Features. Quizlet Live. Quizlet Learn. Diagrams. Flashcards. Mobile. Help. Sign up. Help Center.

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  • Haemophilus, Histophilus Flashcards | Quizlet

    Start studying Histophilus, Haemophilus, and Avibacterium (Lecture#37). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

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  • Detection of Haemophilus Parasuis from The Respiratory ...

    2020-8-17 · Study in order to detect the presence of Haemophilus parasuis in pig farms in Tabanan, Badung, and Gianyar Bali ... disease caused by Haemophilus parasuis. This study aimed ... Features. Bulg. J. Vet. Med. 10(3) :131- 146.

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  • Novel blaROB-1-Bearing Plasmid Conferring

    2015-4-10 · Haemophilus parasuis, the causative agent of Glässer's disease, is one of the early colonizers of the nasal mucosa of piglets.It is prevalent in swine herds, and lesions associated with disease are fibrinous polyserositis and bronchopneumonia. Antibiotics are commonly used in disease control, and resistance to several antibiotics has been described in H. parasuis.

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  • Frontiers | The Epidemiologic and Pharmacodynamic

    2019-8-15 · disease, is a common disease of pig caused by G. para-suis (GPS) previously known as Haemophilus parasuis, which is characterized by early colonization of the por-cine upper respiratory tract [1] and difficult to be con-trolled by management procedures such as segregated early weaning. Glaesser’s disease occurs in pigs aged 4– 12weeks [2].

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  • RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Rapid and simple

    2018-2-18 · Haemophilus parasuis is a common cause of polyserositis and polyarthritis in swine. Little is known about the mucosal and systemic sites of replication and lesions which follow an aerosol exposure to H. parasuis. In this experiment 5–week-old cesarean-derived, colostrum-deprived (CDCD) pigs were inoculated intranasally with an inoculum containing 2 × 10 9 colony-forming units of H. parasuis.

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  • Experimental Reproduction of Haemophilus Parasuis ...

    2017-8-23 · Haemophilus parasuis is a diverse bacterial species that is found in the upper respiratory tracts of pigs and can also cause Glässer's disease and pneumonia. A previous pangenome study of H. parasuis identified 48 genes that were associated with ...

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  • JCM Table of Contents Volume 55, Issue 9

    2008-1-24 · Application of molecular techniques to the diagnosis and epidemiology of Haemophilus parasuis Tables index Pg 12 Table 1. Bacterial findings in pigs inoculated with a pericardium isolate of H. parasuis. Pg 19 Table 2. Biochemical test for H. parasuis differentiation from other ...

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  • Application of molecular techniques to the diagnosis and ...

    2007-10-1 · Bochev, I., 2007. Porcine respiratory disease complex (PRDC): A review. I. Etiology, epidemiology, clinical forms and pathoanatomical features. Bulg. J. Vet. Med., 10 , No 3, 131 −146. The porcine respiratory disease complex (PRDC) is a relatively new disease with rapidly increasing importance for the insdustrial intensive pig breeding.

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  • PORCINE RESPIRATORY DISEASE COMPLEX (PRDC): A

    16S rRNA gene sequencing INTRODUCTION 16S rRNA gene is widely used to identify bacterial species, but the level of sequence identity needed to assign two different sequences to the same Application of molecular techniques to the diagnosis and epidemiology

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  • Application of molecular techniques to the diagnosis

    J.M. is funded by Ph.D. studentship BES-2013-062644 from the Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad-MINECO, Spain. This work has been funded by grants from MINECO (SAF2012-31166) and the Departamento Industria Gobierno Navarra (IlQ14064.R12) to J.G., MINECO (AGL2013-45662) to V.A., and EU projects EvoTAR 282004-FP7 and EFFORT 613754-FP7 to B.G.-Z.

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