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نتایج جستجو برای Brucella

تعداد نتایج: 3102  
2007
Peter Iwen,

Brucella infection, also known as brucellosis, undulant fever, and Malta fever (in humans), or Bang’s disease (in cattle), is an acute systemic zoonotic disease caused by Brucella species.The disease is characterized in humans by either a continued, intermittent, or irregular fever that can persist for days, or for up to years if it is not properly treated Borbel (1997), Sauret and Vilissova (2...

Journal: :Journal of clinical microbiology 1994
B J Bricker, S M Halling,

Several PCR assays which identify the genus Brucella but do not discriminate among species have been reported. We describe a PCR assay that comprises five oligonucleotide primers which can identify selected biovars of four species of Brucella. Individual biovars within a species are not differentiated. The assay can identify three biovars (1, 2, and 4) of B. abortus, all three biovars of B. mel...

2013
Hamed Ramezani Awal Riabi, Reza Ahmadi, Mohammad Salem Rezaei, Ali Reza Atarodi,

A brucella bacterium is a coccobacillus ge-nus of Gram-negative, small, non-spore and the species that infect humans, and include: Brucella abortus, B melitensis, B. suis, and in rare cases B. canis (1). Brucellosis is a zoonotic disease in domestic and wild animals with humans as its accidental hosts (1). According to the WHO's report in 2003, most cases of brucellosis infection were from Syri...

2005
OSMAN ERGANIS, H. HUSEYIN HADIMLI, HASAN SOLMAZ, MEHMET CORLU,

Rose bengal plate test (RBPT) antigens from Brucella melitensis and Brucella suis S 2 were prepared and compared with RBPT antigen prepared from classical Brucella abortus S 99. A total of 54 sera samples, of which 7 were collected from humans with brucellosis and 47 from infected sheep, were studied by using RBPT and serum agglutination test (SAT). RBPT and SAT results showed that RBPT antigen...

Journal: :Revue scientifique et technique 2013
E Díaz Aparicio,

Brucellosis is a disease that causes severe economic losses for livestock farms worldwide. Brucella melitensis, B. abortus and B. suis, which are transmitted between animals both vertically and horizontally, cause abortion and infertility in their primary natural hosts - goats and sheep (B. melitensis), cows (B. abortus) and sows (B. suis). Brucella spp. infect not only their preferred hosts bu...

Journal: :The Onderstepoort journal of veterinary research 1969
R W Worthington, M S Mülders,

WORTHINGTON, R. W. & MULDERS, MARIAS. G. Antigenic relationship of Brucellaovis to Brucella abortus and Brucella melitensis using the complement fixation test. Onderstepoort J. vet. Res., 36 (2) , 191-1 98, 1969. The CF test was used to investigate the serological relationship of Br. avis to Br. abortus and Br. melitensis. A definite antigenic relationship between Br. avis and Br. abortus could...

2013
Shahla Roodpeyma,

Brucella endocarditis is a rare, and life threatening complication of human brucellosis. Children are usually infected by consumption of contaminated dairy product. Clinical presentation is similar to rheumatic fever. Aortic valve is most commonly involved. Clinical manifestations of fever, arthritis/arthralgia, aortic insufficiency, echocardiographic evidence of vegetation, and negative findin...

Journal: :British heart journal 1987
M O Jeroudi, M A Halim, E J Harder, M B Al-Siba'i, G Ziady, E N Mercer,

Brucella endocarditis is an underdiagnosed, fatal complication of human brucellosis. Four successfully treated cases of Brucella endocarditis are reported. The development of a new valvar lesion and bulky vegetations seen on echocardiography helped to identify Brucella endocarditis occurring during systemic brucellosis. The aortic valve was affected in all four patients, and in one the mitral v...

Journal: :The Brazilian journal of infectious diseases : an official publication of the Brazilian Society of Infectious Diseases 2007
Murat Dizbay, Kenan Hizel, Selcuk Kilic, Ruya Mutluay, Yavuz Ozkan, Tarkan Karakan,

Brucellosis is a multisystemic disease that rarely leads to a fatal outcome. While reticuloendothelial system organs are mostly affected, peritonitis and posthepatitic cirrhosis are also complications of brucellosis, though they are very rare. Brucella spp. can also trigger immunological reactions. We report a case of brucellosis with peritonitis, renal failure and leucocytoclastic vasculitis c...

Journal: :Journal of clinical microbiology 1981
S B Dees, D G Hollis, R E Weaver, C W Moss,

The cellular fatty acid composition of Brucella canis and Brucella suis was determined by gas-liquid chromatography. The presence of relatively large amounts of a 19-carbon cyclopropane fatty acid in B. suis was a major distinguishing feature between these organisms. The gas-liquid chromatography test for cellular fatty acids provides an additional criterion for the distinction of antigenically...