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    • Broadening the diagnosis panel of reproductive pathogens associated with abortion in ruminants 

      Díaz Cao, José Manuel; Prieto Lago, Alberto; López Lorenzo, Gonzalo; Díaz Fernández, Pablo; López Sández, Ceferino Manuel; Morrondo Pelayo, María Patrocinio; Fernández Rodríguez, Gonzalo (Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria (INIA), 2018)
      Diagnosis of abortion in cattle, sheep and goat have been mainly focused on abortive pathogens with a recognized impact in outbreaks, but the aetiologic diagnosis rates have been historically low worldwide. Thus, we ...
    • Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii and Neospora caninum in goats from north-western Spain 

      Díaz Fernández, Pablo; Cabanelas Dopazo, Eva; Díaz Cao, José Manuel; Viña Vázquez, Miguel; Béjar González, Juan Pablo; Pérez-Creo, Ana; Prieto, Alberto; López Sández, Ceferino M.; PANADERO-FONTÁN, ROSARIO; Fernández Rodríguez, Gonzalo; Díez Baños, Pablo; Morrondo Pelayo, María Patrocinio (Witold Chodźko Institute Of Rural Health, 2016)
      Introduction and objective: Toxoplasma gondii and Neospora caninum are protozoans involved in reproductive failure especially in ruminant livestock. The objective was to estimate the seroprevalence of both parasites in ...
    • The Goat as a Risk Factor for Parasitic Infections in Ovine Flocks 

      García Dios, David; Panadero Fontán, Rosario; Díaz Fernández, Pablo; Viña Vázquez, Miguel; Remesar Alonso, Susana; Prieto Lago, Alberto; López Lorenzo, Gonzalo; Martínez Calabuig, Néstor; Díez Baños, Pablo; Morrondo Pelayo, María Patrocinio; López Sández, Ceferino Manuel (MDPI, 2021)
      Small ruminants in northwestern Spain are frequently managed in mixed flocks. Sheep–goat joint management has not been considered a risk factor for parasite infection, so the main objective of this study was to establish ...

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