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Title: Investigação soroepidemiológica para brucelose e leptospirose em equideos de tração e seus tratadores nos municípios de Belém e Ananindeua - Pará
metadata.dc.creator: SANTOS, Wilson Rogério Rodrigues dos
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: DIAS, Hilma Lúcia Tavares
Keywords: Equino
Teste sorológico
Brucella abortus
Issue Date: 18-Jun-2007
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária
Universidade Federal Rural da Amazônia
Citation: SANTOS, Wilson Rogério Rodrigues dos. Investigação soroepidemiológica para brucelose e leptospirose em equideos de tração e seus tratadores nos municípios de Belém e Ananindeua - Pará. Orientadora: Hilma Lúcia Tavares Dias. 2007. 67 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Ciência Animal) - Núcleo de Ciências Agrárias e Desenvolvimento Rural, Universidade Federal do Pará, Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária, Universidade Federal Rural da Amazônia, Belém, 2007. Disponível em: Acesso em:.
Abstract: The objective of the work was the detention of antibodies anti - Brucella abortus and anti - Leptospira interrogans in serum of equines and equine workers of the quarters of the cities of Belém and Ananindeua, enclosing the months from April to August of 2005, using for this end, 195 sanguineous serum of eqquines and 70 sanguineous serum of men that manipulated the animals direct or indirectly. For the research of reagents serum of animals to B. abortus, the tests used had been Antigen Acidified Test (AAT), as a selection test, and slow seroagglutination (SAL) and and the 2-mercaptoetanol (2-ME) as confirmatory tests. To Leptospirosis, the test used was of microscopical seroagglutination being carried through the selection of the serum front to the 25 serovars of L. interrogans, considering positive those samples with titulation equal or bigger that 100. Of 195 samples of equine sanguineous serum, 184 (94.87%) had been positive for all serovars analyzed, being that more frequent found: Patoc, Automnalis, Ictehaemohragiae, Pyrogenes and Bratislava. For the sanguineous samples of men, the positivity was of 49 (70%) of reacting serum, with the most detected serovars: Patoc, Ictehaemohragiae, Bratislava, Butembo, Copenhageni and Automnalis. Of the positive samples of equine and its respective workers, 47/70 (67.14%) were similar for same serovars of Leptospira spp., being that 2/70 (2.86%) samples had been negative in both the searched groups, 2/70 (2.86%) were only positive in humans and 19/70 (27.14%) were exclusively positive in the samples of equine serum. The quarters of Coqueiro, Guamá, 40 horas, Barreiro and Bengui had presented the biggest percentage of positive cases serum. It did not have significant difference in relation to the other studied variants, as: climate, age (animal and man), time of service (animal and man), species of the animal, props up corporal of the animal and degree of instruction of the man. As much in the animals how much in the men positive reactions for B. abortus had not been detected.
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