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occurrence of antibodies anti -toxoplasma gondii, neospora caninum and leptospira interrogans in a captive deer herd in southern brazil.a large number of brazilian zoos keep many endangered species of deer, however, very few disease surveillance studies have been conducted among captive cervids. blood samples from 32 brazilian deer (blastocerus dichotomus, mazama nana and mazama americana) kept in captivity at bela vista biological sanctuary (foz do iguaçu, brazil) were investigated for 10 ruminant pathogens, with the aims of monitoring deer health status and evaluating any potential zoonotic risk. deer serum samples were tested ...201526689185
mycoplasma ovis in captive cervids: prevalence, molecular characterization and phylogeny.hemotrophic mycoplasmas (hemoplasmas) are bacteria that attach to red blood cells of mammals, leading to acute and/or subclinical disease in infected animals. it has been suggested that mycoplasma ovis, a hemoplasma that infects sheep and goats worldwide, may also infect deer. the aim of this study was to evaluate whether south american deer are infected with m. ovis. edta-anticoagulated blood samples from a herd of 32 captive south american deer were collected. dna extraction of blood samples w ...201121640523
[haemaphysalis juxtakochi cooley, 1946 (acari: ixodidae) parasitizing mazama nana (hensel, 1872) (artiodactyla: cervidae) in the state of rio grande do sul].the record of haemaphysalis juxtakochi cooley, an ixodid tick, on the brocket deer, mazama nana (hensel), represents a new report after 34 years of its last report in the state of rio grande do sul. the tick specimens (three males and one female) were found in cachoeira do sul, rs (30 degrees 02'21''s, 52 degrees 53'38''w). this place is elevated 72 m sea above, with an annual average temperature of 18.8 degrees c, and annual average rainfall of 1.438 mm. this is the first record of this tick sp ...200718078606
multiple bluetongue virus serotypes causing death in brazilian dwarf brocket deer (mazama nana) in brazil, 2015-2016.bela vista biological sanctuary (rbv) is a protected area of itaipu binacional, a hydroelectric power company located on the border of brazil and paraguay. a captive population of brazilian dwarf brocket deer (mazama nana, cervidae, artiodactyla) is maintained for conservation purposes. despite the reproductive success of the animals, outbreaks of a fatal hemorrhagic disease have been registered over the years, compromising conservation efforts. in order to identify the etiological agents of the ...201830473345
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