Periódicos Brasileiros em Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia

p. 147-153

Microbiota fúngica isolada da pele de suínos sadios

Carregaro, Fabiano BonfimSpanamberg, AndréiaSanches, Edna Maria CavalliniArgenta, Juliana SiqueiraPereira, Daniela Isabel BrayerZanette, RégisSanturio, Janio MoraisBarcellos, David Emílio Santos Neves deFerreiro, Laerte

Researches have been developed to observe the normal microbiota of different animal species. This subject is of major importance for the control of potential infection risks. Fungi can be found in various substrates, foodstuffs (cereals, meat, milk, vegetables) and also in the skin, mucosae, respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts of animals. With the dissemination of immunosuppressive diseases in swine herds over the last years, the number of concomitant diseases caused by opportunist microorganisms is gradually increasing in literature. The objective of this study was to determine the microbiota of pig skin with no apparent lesions.(AU)

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