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Background: There are limited data on potential dysbiosis of the airway microbiota in horses with asthma. Hypothesis/Objectives: We hypothesized that the respiratory microbiota of horses with moderate asthma is altered. Our objectives were (a) to quantify tracheal bacterial populations using...

Author(s)
Manguin, E.; Pépin, E.; Boivin, R.; Leclere, M.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2020, 34, 2, pp 986-995
Abstract

In Australia, the most researched and perhaps the most successful chlamydial species are the human pathogen Chlamydia trachomatis, animal pathogens Chlamydia pecorum and Chlamydia psittaci. C. trachomatisremains the leading cause of sexually transmitted infections in Australians and trachoma in...

Author(s)
Jelocnik, M.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Microorganisms, 2019, 7, 12,
Abstract

Chlamydia abortus is obligate intracellular bacteria that cause a wide range of reproductive and respiratory diseases in animals and humans. Serologic and molecular evidences of C. abortus in Mexico have been reported in sheep and goats. The presence of C. abortus antibodies in horses (n=301) was...

Author(s)
Rubio-Navarrete, I.; Montes-de-Oca-Jiménez, R.; Acosta-Dibarrat, J.; Monroy-Salazar, H. G.; Morales-Erasto, V.; Fernández-Rosas, P.; Elghandour, M. M. M. Y.; Odongo, E. N.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2017, 56, pp 110-113
Abstract

Psittacosis is a rare but potentially fatal zoonosis caused by Chlamydia psittaci, an organism that is typically associated with bird contact. However C. psittaci is capable of infecting other non-avian hosts, such as horses, sheep, cattle and goats. Stud staff and veterinarians have significant...

Author(s)
Taylor, K. A.; Durrheim, D.; Heller, J.; O'Rourke, B.; Hope, K.; Merritt, T.; Freeman, P.; Chicken, C.; Carrick, J.; Branley, J.; Massey, P.
Publisher
Wiley, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Zoonoses and Public Health, 2018, 65, 1, pp 218-221
Abstract

The present investigation was conducted to study the prevalence and molecular characterization of chlamydiae associated with the respiratory infections of equines in the Sub-Himalayan region of India. Equine nasal swab samples (119) from 20 diseased and 99 apparently healthy equines were collected...

Author(s)
Priyanka; Chahota, R.; Gupta, S.; Bhardwaj, B.; Sharma, M.
Publisher
Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2019, 89, 6, pp 619-624
Abstract

Background: During 2016–2018, 15 critically ill neonatal foals with acute respiratory distress associated with Chlamydia psittaci infection were presented to three referral hospitals in New South Wales. Chlamydia psittaci has not previously been associated with the development of neonatal...

Author(s)
Gough, S. L.; Carrick, J.; Raidal, S. L.; Keane, S.; Collins, N.; Cudmore, L.; Russell, C. M.; Raidal, S.; Hughes, K. J.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2020, 52, 2, pp 244-249
Abstract

A 24-day-old Friesian colt died suddenly and a physical examination the morning the foal died showed no abnormalities and serum IgG levels >8.0 g/l. Necropsy examination revealed haemopericardium and a 2 cm transverse tear at the root of the aorta. The foal was also found to have Chlamydophila spp. ...

Author(s)
Amorim, M. de D.; Nielsen, K.; McKell, B.; Huang, Y.; Card, C.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2016, 28, 2, pp 68-73
Abstract

Chlamydiae are globally widespread obligate intracellular bacteria, which several species are a well-recognized threat to human and animal health. In Australia, the most successful chlamydial species are the infamous koala pathogen C. pecorum, and C. psittaci, an emerging pathogen associated with...

Author(s)
Jelocnik, M.; Taylor-Brown, A.; O'Dea, C.; Anstey, S.; Bommana, S.; Masters, N.; Katouli, M.; Jenkins, C.; Polkinghorne, A.
Publisher
Wiley, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 2019, 66, 3, pp 1132-1137
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Author(s)
Polkinghorne, A.; Greub, G.
Publisher
Elsevier, Oxford, UK
Citation
Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 2017, 23, 10, pp 693-694
Abstract

In November 2014, New South Wales Health was notified of a cluster of respiratory illness in a veterinary school. Active case finding identified another case at a local equine stud. All cases had exposure to the equine fetal membranes of Mare A. This tissue subsequently tested positive for ...

Author(s)
Chan, J.; Doyle, B.; Branley, J.; Sheppeard, V.; Gabor, M.; Viney, K.; Quinn, H.; Janover, O.; McCready, M.; Heller, J.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
One Health, 2017, 3, pp 29-33

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