Haemophilus parasuis


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Haemophilus parasuis

[hē‚mäf·ə·ləs ‚par·ə′sü·is]
(microbiology)
A bacterial pathogen that frequently inhabits the normal upper respiratory tract, can cause secondary pneumonias and, in young or otherwise susceptible animals, generalized illness with arthritis, meningitis, pleuritis, and peritonitis.
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The different species of bacteria, including Escherichia coli (A), Salmonella typhimurium (B), Haemophilus parasuis (C) and Staphylococcus aureus (D), were used to test the antimicrobial activities of different antibacterial peptides.
Its properties of rapid absorption, good distribution, and broad spectrum against most of the swine respiratory pathogens, such as Haemophilus parasuis and Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, make it a good candidate to deal with a respiratory outbreak caused by any of these pathogens [3].
Fraile, "Pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic evaluation of marbofloxacin in the treatment of Haemophilus parasuis and Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae infections in nursery and fattener pigs using Monte Carlo simulations," Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, vol.
During infection Haemophilus parasuis needs to establish replicative niches in a host that possesses a robust innate immune system, which is an evolutionary ancient form of host defense in multicellular organisms [1].
Gutierrez Martin, "Cytokine expression in colostrum-deprived pigs immunized and challenged with Haemophilus parasuis," Research in Veterinary Science, vol.
and F3031 ID homologue 1, phage region 1 ([dagger]) HIBPF00881 Neisseria meningitidis HIBPF00900 Haemophilus parasuis HIBPF00910 Neisseria gonorrhoeae HIBPF01110 H.
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