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bachelor's at Medicina Veterinária from Universidade de São Paulo (1983), master's at Microbiology from Universidade de São Paulo (1990) and doctorate at Microbiology from Universidade de São Paulo (2003). Has experience in Veterinary Medicine, acting on the following subjects: escherichia coli, cães, expec, salmonella and animais selvagens. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The dissemination of bacteria with genes codifying resistance to antibiotics is a major issue in Public and Animal health. The uncontrolled use of antibiotics affects both domestic animals and the man, imposing a clear environmental impact and, as a consequence, compromising the wildlife. Wild birds, especially migratory, are important carriers of resistant bacteria, once these animals ...
Wild birds may play an important role dispersing pathogenic microorganisms. Avian Pathogenic Escherichia coli (APEC) are enterobacteria belonging to the ExPEC (Extra-intestinal Pathogenic E. coli) group, and represent a major cause of mortality in commercial poultry farms, leading to significant economic impact due to losses in chicken world production. The diagnosis of infectious dise...
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