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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.42.2007.tde-19102007-165220
Document
Author
Full name
Renata Lopes Neto
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Timenetsky, Jorge (President)
Matushima, Eliana Reiko
Moreno, Andrea Micke
Title in Portuguese
Estudo da freqüência de micoplasma no trato urogenital, conjuntiva e orofaringe de macacos silvestres (Cebus).
Keywords in Portuguese
Animais silvestres
Macaco
Mollicutes
Mycoplasma
PCR
Ureaplasma
Abstract in Portuguese
Pesquisou-se a freqüência de Mollicutes na orofaringe, conjuntiva e trato urogenital de 58 macacos. Na orofaringe detectou-se Mollicutes em 55,17 % e Ureaplasma spp em 43,10%. As espécies identificadas nesta região foram: M. arginini (43,10%), M salivarium (41,37%), e M. pneumoniae (18,96%). No trato genital detectou-se Mollicutes em 27,58% sendo identificado M. arginini em 8,62%, A. laidlawii em 1,72 % e Ureaplasma spp em 32,75%. Na conjuntiva detectou-se Mollicutes em 29,31 % e A. laidlawii em 1,72 %. Os cultivos apresentaram limitações pelo alto índice de contaminação e obtiveram-se apenas dois isolamentos da conjuntiva. As espécies detectadas constituem-se o achado inicial destas bactérias em macacos no Brasil.
Title in English
Study of mycoplasma frequency in the urogenital tract, ororpharynx, and conjunctiva of wild monkeys.
Keywords in English
Mollicutes
Monkeys
Mycoplasma
PCR
Ureaplasma
Wild animals
Abstract in English
The frequency of Mollicutes in oropharynx, conjunctiva, and urogenital tract were accessed in 58 monkeys. In oropharynx, Mollicutes and Ureaplasma spp were detected in 55.17% and 43.01% of the samples, respectively. The identified species in this site included: M. arginini (43.10%), M. salivarium (41.37%), and M. pneumoniae (18.96%). In the urogenital tract, Mollicutes were detected in 27.58% of the samples; including M. arginini (8.62%), A. laidlawii (1.72%) and Ureaplasma spp (32.75%). In the conjunctiva, Mollicutes were detected in 29.31% and A. laidlawii in 1.72% of the animals. Mollicutes culture showed technical limitations because of the high level of contamination and only two isolates were obtained; both from conjunctival sites. The Mollicute specie surveillance of this study provided initial and new insights about these bacteria in Brazilian monkeys.
 
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2007-10-22
 
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