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Romulo Cerqueira Leite Membro: Study on the transmissibility of the caprine arthritis encephalitis virus through semen and placenta.
Five properties agtrite in different cities in the state of Minas Gerais were evaluated, totaling animals of different ages and races Toggenburg, Alpine and Saanen. This rights cover the whole data about this document as well as its contents.
Romulo Cerqueira Leite Co-orientador: Tissues studied also showed positive results for the presence of pro-virus and viruses, indicating that may be occurring viral replication in the reproductive tract. Where they recovered the reproductive tract vagina cervix, uterus and ovariesthe recovered material was diagnostic by PCR Caprjna. Reproduction for commercial use is forbidden.
Artrite encefalite caprina viral (CAEV).
Therefore, it can be inferred that embryos derived from naturally infected goats, even in the presence of pro-virus and virus free in uterine lumen are apparently not permissive to CAEV infection due to the presence of intact zone pellucida and transcervical flushing can reduce the risk of virus transmission. Throughout the period investigated, no proviral DNA was identify in the recipients blood. Resumo em lingue estrangeira: Therefore to emphasizes the need to adopt new technologies on the properties as the separation of infected and healthy animals.
Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis is an infectious, multisystemic disease caused by Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis virus, which belongs among the Small Ruminant Lentiviruses.
According to the results, a high occurrence of seropositive animals was identified in the state of Minas Gerais, which has one of the largest herds of dairy goats in Brazil.
Embryos recovered through transcervical flushing were subjected to inner cell mass puncture using a micromanipulador. The present study did not show the transmission of CAEV by embryos from positive goats after trypsin washes. The study on the presence of the virus in the uterus these being selected as embryo donors.
As control group, two CAEV-free goats were artificially inseminated with semen from same buck without viral inoculum; and other two CAEV goats inseminated with the viral inoculum. This study provided more information about the caprine lentivirus transmission concerning the reproductive aspect, using three different diagnostic methods.
The study was conducted in steps, first a serological survey in five major producing properties of goat milk in the state of Minas Gerais, to identify the occurrence of anti-CAEV antibodies. According the results, a high occurrence of seropositive animals was identified in the state of Minas Gerais, which has one of the largest herds of dairy goats in Brazil. The viral load used in the present study was able to infect the females. Show full item record.
The occurrence of anti-CAEV antibodies in the studied properties was However it is not possible to assume the CAEV transmission to offspring indisputably, though is not discarded the possibility of infection through semen and placenta in offspring with delayed seroconversion.
Regarding the reproductive behavior in the transmission, the objective of the present study consists of experimentally evaluate the transmissibility of caprine lentivirus in goats and their offspring through the placenta and semen.
Infecção pelo vírus da artrite encefalite caprina no Rio Grande do Norte 
The positivity found in offspring at nested-PCR may have a particular meaning in identify infected but seronegative animals, as in late seroconversion situations. Paula Maria Pires do Nascimento Orientador: The transcervical washing proved to be potentially method to reduce the virus concentration in reproductive tract, since the amount of fluid infused in the uterus could reduce the concentration of free virus in reproductive tract.
A second study was to investigate the presence of CAEV in the reproductive tract of naturally infected goats and a third the risk was conducted to evaluate the virus transmission by embryo transfer.
The monitoring was also performed by the same method of diagnosis in animals born during the first four months of life.