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Susceptibilidad de los búfalos de agua frente a diferentes enfermedades infecciosas

N. M. Grazziotto, S. S. Maidana, S. A. Romera
Idioma: en

Resumen

En Argentina, los búfalos de agua representan una alternativa económica importante en la cría de ganado. Tales animales se emplean mayormente en la producción de carne y leche. La especie se encuentra estrechamente relacionada al ganado bovino, existiendo en la actualidad una amplia cantidad de campos de producción mixta búfalo-bovino en nuestro país. Se ha demostrado que el ganado bubalino, a pesar de su resistencia a las enfermedades, es susceptible a gran parte de los virus que afectan al rodeo bovino. El objetivo de esta revisión es relevar la importancia del rol del búfalo en el mundo en general y en Argentina en particular, así como destacar la susceptibilidad del ganado bubalino a diferentes enfermedades infecciosas, particularmente virales, enfatizando su rol como reservorio de gérmenes patógenos de otras especies.

Palabras clave

búfalos; enfermedades virales; bacterianas y parasitarias; calidad de carne; seguridad humana

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30972/vet.3124750