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- Lemos, L.S.; Santos, A.S. de O. dos; Vieira-da-Motta, O.; Texeira, G.N.; Carvalho, E.C.Q. de
- Veterinary microbiology 2007 v.125 no.3-4 pp. 350-354
- sheep; sheep diseases; respiratory tract diseases; mycoses; Cryptococcus neoformans; disease detection; case studies; epidemiological studies; pathogen identification; lungs; tissue analysis; cryopreservation; histopathology; yeasts; epithelium; viability; microscopy; differential staining; in vitro culture; risk assessment; disease transmission; zoonoses; Brazil
- ... Cryptococcosis is considered a zoonosis but is rare in stock animals. In humans it is imputed to be a mortality cause in immunocompromised patients. This case study reports the anatomopathology of respiratory cryptococcosis in ovine and the recuperation and identification of Cryptococcus neoformans var. neoformans from 1-year frozen lung tissue sample. The findings from haematoxylin/eosin staining ...
- Fábio Brito-Santos; Rosani Santos Reis; Rowena Alves Coelho; Rodrigo Almeida-Paes; Sandro Antônio Pereira; Luciana Trilles; Wieland Meyer; Bodo Wanke; Márcia dos Santos Lazéra; Isabella Dib Ferreira Gremião
- Medical mycology case reports 2019 v.24 pp. 61-64
- Cryptococcus gattii; Cryptococcus neoformans; One Health initiative; case studies; cats; cryptococcosis; nose; Brazil
- ... Two cats infected by C. gattii, presented lesions on the nasal region and respiratory signs. Strains were typed as molecular type VGII, mating type alpha, MLST subtypes ST442 and ST185. Since Rio de Janeiro is known as an endemic area for C. neoformans VNI, these cases might be a warning for a possible emergence of C. gattii VGII in southeast Brazil. ...
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