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leukosis

[lü′kō·səs]
(medicine)
An excess of white blood cells.
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The huge loss to animal husbandry economy from leucosis consists not only of the losses connected with death and premature rejection of highly productive cows, decrease in efficiency and quality of dairy and meat products, costs of carrying out the against leucosis actions, the birth inside uterine of the infected young growth and young growth with immune deficiency, and also a ban on sale of breeding cattle from unsuccessful farms.
Bovine Leukaemia Virus (BLV) (Retroviridae: Orthoretrovirinae: Deltaretro virus) the causative agent of Enzootic Bovine Leucosis (EBL) is responsible for neoplastic disease and persistent lymphocytosis of cattle (Willems and Kettmann, 2002).
Para esto, se debe desarrollar un programa de buenas practicas sanitarias y bioseguridad, continuar con la identificacion de los animales positivos antes de la toma de calostro, e implementar un banco de calostro proveniente de vacas negativas a leucosis.
HPAI) and production diseases (Marek's disease, Avian leucosis, Newcastle disease, Salmonella, Campylobacter, Coccidiosis, etc) shows.
En paises del viejo continente el ganado bubalino revelo seropositividad para enfermedades como brucelosis (2,6%), leucosis enzootica bovina (1,3%), rinotraqueitis infecciosa bovina-IBR (40%) y leptospirosis (39%) (8,9)
Los programas de control de enfermedades infecciosas en granjas lecheras requieren que las vacas potencialmente donadoras de calostro sean negativas (comprobado por pruebas diagnosticas especificas de laboratorio) a Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Enfermedad de Johne), Salmonella spp, Micoplasma bovis (mastitis), Staphylococcus aureus (mastitis), Diarrea Viral Bovina, Leucosis Bovina y Neospora caninum (McGuirk & Collins, 2004; Stabel, 2008).
In the late '90's the poultry industry was affected by what was called the 'J' virus, a leucosis virus that had mutated and caused breeder pullet mortality to rise rapidly but did not have any human health implications.
Se deben realizar dos reconocimientos de las reses, uno previo al festejo como minimo 24h antes, excepto en plazas portatiles, en el se comprueba que toda la documentacion recopilada durante el desembarco es correcta, que los animales cumplen los requisitos de edad y peso, se revisan las defensas, trapio (en funcion del encaste al que pertenezcan los toros) y la utilidad para la lidia de todos los animales que van a participar en el espectaculo, asi como su calificacion sanitaria prestando especial atencion a la calificacion en tuberculosis, brucelosis, leucosis bovina y lengua azul.
Also this will mean any other surveillance carried out on these blood samples (Enzootic Bovine Leucosis and Warble fly) will cease.
Arnett's reasoned response to the earlier article about the dangers of Bovine Leucosis Virus.
Samples were drawn from those collected for the control of two other notifiable diseases - brucellosis and enzootic bovine leucosis.