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dc.creatorJaimes Dueñez, Jeiczon-
dc.creatorMogollon Waltero, Edgar-
dc.creatorArias Landazabal, Norberto-
dc.creatorRangel Pachon, David-
dc.creatorJimenez Leaño, Angela-
dc.creatorMejia Jaramillo, Ana-
dc.creatorTriana Chavez, Omar-
dc.date.accessioned2022-09-14T17:31:33Z-
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dc.date.issued2021-06-23-
dc.identifier.issn0167-5877es
dc.identifier.urihttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.prevetmed.2021.105414es
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dc.descriptionEn América del Sur, Colombia es el tercer productor ganadero con aproximadamente 28,8 millones de cabezas de ganado, de las cuales el ganado criollo colombiano representa alrededor del 1% de la población ganadera. La Tripanosomiasis Animal (AT) es uno de los problemas más críticos en la industria ganadera, reduciendo su producción en cerca de un 30 %. Considerando la escasez de información para comprender las características epidemiológicas de la AT en bovinos criollos colombianos, el presente estudio reporta la prevalencia molecular y los rasgos clínicos asociados con la infección de Trypanosoma spp. en tres razas criollas colombianas. De 2019 a 2020 se diseñó una vigilancia transversal en fincas del centro y occidente de Colombia para evaluar las características mencionadas en las razas Casanare˜no, Chino Santandereano y Criollo Sanmartinero. El análisis molecular mostró una prevalencia de AT del 60,2 % (IC 95 % = 54,2 % - 66,2 %). La población Chino Santandereano presentó el mayor valor (Trypanosoma spp., 75,2 %, T. theileri 59,6 % y T. evansi 15,6 %), seguida por Casanare˜no (Trypanosoma spp., 65,3 %, T. theileri 38,6 %, T. evansi 24,0 % y T. vivax 5,3 %) y sanmartinero (Trypanosoma spp., 33,3 %, T. theileri 24,0 % y T. evansi 9,3 %). Características como la raza, la edad y el sistema de alimentación se asociaron significativamente con la prevalencia de AT (P < 0,05). Además, se observó un nivel bajo de proteínas totales en suero durante la infección por T. evansi en Sanmartinero (P < 0.05). Hasta donde sabemos, esta es la primera encuesta transversal que evalúa mediante métodos moleculares la infección de Trypanosoma spp. en razas criollas colombianas, mostrando variaciones significativas en la prevalencia y signos clínicos asociados a la infección. Estos resultados sugieren diferentes grados de tripanotolerancia en estas razas, así como un posible efecto de variables ambientales sobre la prevalencia y características clínicas asociadas a la infección. Las implicaciones epidemiológicas y económicas de estos hallazgos se discuten aquí.es
dc.description.abstractIn South America, Colombia is the third-largest livestock producer with approximately 28.8 million cattle, of which Colombian Creole cattle represent around 1% of the livestock population. Animal Trypanosomiasis (AT) is one of the most critical problems in the livestock industry, reducing its production by about 30 %. Considering the paucity of information to understand the epidemiological features of AT in Colombian Creole cattle, the present study reports the molecular prevalence and clinical traits associated with the infection of Trypanosoma spp. in three Colombian Creole breeds. From 2019 to 2020, cross-sectional surveillance in farms of central and west of Colombia was designed to evaluate the mentioned characteristics in Casanare˜no, Chino Santandereano, and Sanmartinero Creole breeds. Molecular analysis showed an AT prevalence of 60.2 % (95 % CI = 54.2 % - 66.2 %). The Chino Santandereano population presented the highest value (Trypanosoma spp., 75.2 %, T. theileri 59.6 % and T. evansi 15.6 %), followed by Casanare˜no (Trypanosoma spp., 65.3 %, T. theileri 38.6 %, T. evansi 24.0 %, and T. vivax 5.3 %) and Sanmartinero (Trypanosoma spp., 33.3 %, T. theileri 24.0 % and T. evansi 9.3 %). Features such as breeds, age, and feeding system were significantly associated with AT prevalence (P < 0.05). Additionally, a low level of serum total proteins was observed during T. evansi infection in Sanmartinero (P < 0.05). To our knowledge, this is the first cross-sectional survey that evaluates using molecular methods the infection of Trypanosoma spp. in Colombian Creole breeds, showing significant variations in the prevalence and clinical signs associated with the infection. These results suggest different degrees of trypanotolerance in these breeds, as well as a possible effect of environmental variables on the prevalence and clinical characteristics associated with the infection. The epidemiological and economic implications of these findings are discussed here.es
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dc.publisherUniversidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Medicina Veterinaría y Zootecnia, Bucaramangaes
dc.relation.ispartofPreventive Veterinary Medicinees
dc.relation.isversionofhttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167587721001586es
dc.subjectAnimales
dc.subjectTrypanosomiasises
dc.subjectPrevalenciaes
dc.subjectRazas Criollases
dc.subjectAnálisis clínicoes
dc.subject.otherAnimales
dc.subject.otherTrypanosomiasises
dc.subject.otherPrevalencees
dc.subject.otherCreole breedses
dc.subject.otherClinical analysises
dc.titleMolecular surveillance of Trypanosoma spp. reveals different clinical and epidemiological characteristics associated with the infection in three creole cattle breeds from Colombiaes
dc.typeArtículos Científicoses
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dc.publisher.programMedicina veterinaria y zootecniaes
dc.creator.mailjeiczon.jaimes@campusucc.edu.coes
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