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dc.contributor.authorАлексєєва, Наталія Вікторівна-
dc.contributor.authorAlekseeva, Nataliya-
dc.contributor.authorAlekseeva, N. V.-
dc.contributor.authorСосницький, Олександр Іванович-
dc.contributor.authorSosnitskyi, O.-
dc.contributor.authorSosnitsky, O. I.-
dc.contributor.authorSosnitsky, A. I.-
dc.contributor.authorSosnitskiy, A.-
dc.contributor.authorSosnitskiy, A. I.-
dc.contributor.authorSosnitskyi, A.-
dc.contributor.authorSosnitskyi, A. I.-
dc.contributor.authorSosnitskiy, Olexandr Ivanovych-
dc.contributor.authorSosnitskyi, Oleksandr-
dc.contributor.authorШулешко, Олександр Олексійович-
dc.contributor.authorShuleshko, O. O.-
dc.contributor.authorShuleсhko, O.-
dc.contributor.authorСідий, А. С.-
dc.contributor.authorSydoy, A.-
dc.contributor.authorПанченко, О. А.-
dc.contributor.authorPanchenko, A.-
dc.identifier.citationМоніторінг мікобактеріальних інфекцій тварин зоологічних колекцій // [ Н. В. Алексєєва, О. І. Сосницкий, О. О Шулешко та ін. ] // Науково-технічний бюлетень НДЦ біобезпеки та екологічного контролю ресурсів АПК / Дніпропетровський ДАЕУ. – 2015. – Т 3. – № 3. – C. 42-46. – Режим доступу :
dc.description.abstractВизначено епізоотичний стан щодо мікобактеріальних інфекцій тварин зоологічних колекцій. Провівши моніторинг благополуччя зоопаркових тварин на туберкульоз шляхом застосування інтрадермаотної туберкулінової проби та бактеріологічного дослідження матеріалу з об’єктів зовнішнього середовища (вольєрів і кліток) та проб фекалій, M. bovis не виявлено. Determining cases of epizootic disease, mycobacterial infections of animals zoological collections. Monitoring welfare zoo animal tuberculosis was performed by applying the intradermal tuberculin test and biological research material objects from the environment (cages and cells) and fecal samples. The diagnostic problem of animal tuberculosis in the zoological collection is one of the main components of the conservation, restoration of rare and endangered species very important issue. The zoos are usually found in big cities and serve the cultural and educational institutions, which are visited by large numbers of people (usually children). The concentration of a variety of animals in confined spaces pose difficult task veterinary specialists to develop new diagnostics and prevention of various infectious diseases and wild animals, especially tuberculosis. Zoo animals for a long time (sometimes a lifetime) are in conditions far from their natural environment stay, which imposes certain effect on the possible features of diseases of different etiologies, including infectious. In this regard, we must constantly carry out activities contributing to preventing the emergence and spread of disease. Unfortunately, well-developed system of prevention of infectious diseases in different species of animals kept in captivity there. The problem is further complicated by rare and, consequently, the high cost of wildlife, the complexity of processing cells, cages and other facilities where detained high-value wild animals. It newcomers wild animals can be a likely source of chronic or long incubation period of the infection, which can occur after expiration of preventive quarantine. Given the complex of the relevant epidemiological situation of tuberculosis, surveillance system of mycobacterial infections zoo animals increases significantly. The need to fight against tuberculosis of animals in zoos, based on foreign researchers. Monitoring mycobacterial infections in zoo animals, the use of intradermal tests (IDT), bacteriological studies stool is the object of the equipment, the environment of pens and cages with different types of zoo animals. Bacteriological studies, what method used to determine the welfare of zoo animals suffering from mycobacterial infections, particularly due to the aggression and the inability to fix the intradermal testing and not signaling. Because of these studies and the results obtained, we made the conclusion of these animals studied the zoological collection are not infected with pathogens such as mycobacterial infections, are also absent in the objects of the environment. Animals tracking research, using intradermal test equipment and bacteriological studies (n = 60) of objects in the environment (cages and cells), stool samples; indicate their wellness mycobacterial
dc.publisherДніпропетровський ДАЕУuk
dc.subjectдослідження об’єктів зовнішнього середовищаuk
dc.subjectstudy environmental objectsuk
dc.subjectмікобактеріальні інфекціїuk
dc.subjectmycobacterial infectionuk
dc.subjectзоопаркові твариниuk
dc.subjectzoo animalsuk
dc.subjectепізоотологічне благополуччяuk
dc.subjectepizootic welfareuk
dc.subjectінтрадермальний тестuk
dc.subjectintradermal testuk
dc.titleМоніторінг мікобактеріальних інфекцій тварин зоологічних колекційuk
dc.title.alternativeMonitoring mycobacterial infections animals zoological collectionsuk
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