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dc.contributor.authorDíaz , María del Pilarspa
dc.contributor.authorGonzález Paya, Gustavo Gratinianospa
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dc.date.issued2018-12-15
dc.identifier.urihttps://repositorio.unillanos.edu.co/handle/001/2103
dc.description.abstractLa colibacilosis en gallinas reproductoras se da por la bacteria Gram negativa, enterobacteria Escherichia coli patogénica aviar (APEC), la cual presenta un porcentaje alto de polimorfismos y plasticidad en su genes, las investigaciones reportan hallazgos macroscópicos comunes: salpingitis, peritonitis y poliserositis, que conlleva a la muerte del ave, se definen tres rutas de contaminación, de forma ascendente por la cloaca del ave, ingreso por vía respiratoria o por translocación bacteriana desde el intestino; el diagnóstico de la colibacilosis se realiza a partir del historial del galpón, realizando necropsias y tomando muestras a partir de hisopos o tejido de órganos como oviducto, pulmón, corazón u otros órganos afectados, que se llevan a medios como McConkey, eosina-metileno azul o agar drigalki para su aislamiento, como pruebas específicas para Esceherichia coli se conocen métodos basados en fenotipos como serotipo de O/H inmunológico, tipificación de bacteriófago, electroforesis con enzimas multilocus, desorción/ionización láser asistida por matriz (MALDI-TOF) y métodos basados en genotipos como polimorfismo de longitud de restricción (RFLP), ensayo de suspensión basado en liminex, polimorfismo de longitud de fragmentos amplificados (AFLP) y mapeo óptico. Las vacunas para esta bacteria no se han desarrollado a la perfección ya que presenta respuesta inmune ante sus homólogos, pero nada de resistencia a desafíos con heterólogos, sigue en investigación el desarrollo de vacunas que puedan presentar respuesta ante varios serotipos de la bacteria, por ahora la forma eficaz de controlar la bacteria es a partir de protocolos de bioseguridad y prevención para la mantener la sanidad de la granja.spa
dc.description.abstractThe colibacillosis in breeding hens is given by Gram negative bacteria, avian pathogenic enterobacteria Escherichia coli (APEC), which presents a high percentage of polymorphisms and plasticity in its genes, research reports common macroscopic findings: salpingitis, peritonitis and polyserositis, which entails at the death of the bird, three routes of contamination are defined, ascending through the cloaca of the bird, entry by respiratory way or bacterial translocation from the intestine; the diagnosis of colibacillosis is made from the history of the chicken coop, making necropsies and taking samples from swabs or tissue from organs such as oviduct, lung, heart or others affected organs are carried to means such as McConkey, eosin-methylene blue or drigalki agar for their isolation, as specific tests to Esceherichia coli are known methods based in phenotypes such as serotyping of immunological O/H, bacteriophage typing, electrophoresis with multilocus enzymes, Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization (MALDI-TOF) and methods based on genotypes such as restriction length polymorphism (RFLP), liminex-based suspension assay, amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) and optical mapping. The vaccines for this bacterium have not been developed to perfection because it presents an immune response to its homologous, but no resistance to challenges with heterologous, is still researching the development of vaccines that may present a response to several serotypes of the bacteria, for now the effective way to control the bacteria is from of biosafety and prevention protocols to maintain the health of the animal.eng
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dc.rightsRevista Sistemas de Producción Agroecológicos - 2018spa
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dc.sourcehttps://revistas.unillanos.edu.co/index.php/sistemasagroecologicos/article/view/717spa
dc.subjectHACCPeng
dc.subjectsafetyeng
dc.subjectfoodeng
dc.subjectlegislationeng
dc.subjectcattleeng
dc.subjectHACCPspa
dc.subjectinocuidadspa
dc.subjectalimentosspa
dc.subjectlegislaciónspa
dc.subjectbovinosspa
dc.titleColibacilosis en gallinas reproductorasspa
dc.typeArtículo de revistaspa
dc.typeJournal Articleeng
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dc.identifier.doi10.22579/22484817.717
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