Nallely Rivero

Nallely Rivero
Autonomous University of Hidalgo | UAEH · Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine

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For centuries, traditional medicine from plants (phytotherapy) was the only treatment for infectious and non-infectious diseases. Although it is still practiced in several countries with excellent therapeutic results, it is frequently underestimated because, unlike Western medicine, it is not based on an empirical scientific foundation. However, in...
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Mycotoxins contaminate different foods and food ingredients and are a current problem; Factors such as humidity and temperature favor the development of molds and the production of their toxins. With the objective of analyzing and considering the positivity of different samples sent for toxicological study to the Center for Research and Advanced St...
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Sea urchins are a group of benthic invertebrates characterized by having rigid globose bodies, covered in spines, and have an innate immune system that has allowed them to survive in the environment and defend against many pathogens that affect them. They are consumed for their unique flavor, but also for possessing a rich source of bioactive compo...
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Bovine mastitis is one of the most common diseases in dairy cows, and it causes significant economic losses in dairy industries worldwide. Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria can cause bovine mastitis, and many of them have developed antimicrobial resistance. There is an urgent need for novel therapeutic options to treat the disease. Larrea tr...
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With the aim of evidencing the importance of selenium (Se) in sheep production, the importance and essentiality of this micronutrient, repercussions due to its deficiency and data from studies carried out in which it is highlighted that its application is necessary in the clinic is analyzed and captured. in different productive stages of sheep. Se...
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The objective of this study was to assay the ovicidal and larvicidal effects of two hydroalcoholic extracts (HA-E) and their aqueous fractions (Aq-F) and organic fractions (EtOAc-F) from Lippia graveolens (leaves) and Delonix regia (flowers) against the parasitic nematode Haemonchus contortus. The egg hatching inhibition test (% EHI) and mortality...
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Aquaculture is an important source of food and livelihood for hundreds of millions of people around the world, however, aquaculture systems are affected by different factors, among them the appearance of resistant or multiresistant bacteria to antimicrobials. The secondary metabolites of plants have been proposed as alternatives for the treatment o...
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Citation: Rangel-López, L.; Rivero-Perez, N.; Valladares-Carranza, B.; Olmedo-Juárez, A.; Delgadillo-Ruiz, L.; Vega-Sánchez, V.; Hori-Oshima, S.; Nassan, M.A.; Batiha, G.E.-S.; Zaragoza-Bastida, A. Antibacterial Potential of Caesalpinia coriaria (Jacq) Willd Fruit against Aeromonas spp. of Aquaculture Importance. Animals 2022, 12, 511. https://doi.
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The present report describes a schwannoma type III found in a 12-year-old male SharPei dog, this neoplasm was excised and analyzed using histopathological and immunohistochemistry examinations. This schwannoma was classified as high malignancy and presented metastasis to the axillary node. A secondary bacterial septicemia was identified with routin...
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Canine leptospirosis affects domestic and wild canids. In its clinical form the infection is generally associated with Leptospira canicola and Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae that produce a presentation of acute and febrile course, with a high potential to cause interspecies infection and zoonosis, with signs of hepatic and renal alteration in most...
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The objective of this work was to determine the number of diagnosed cases of warfarin, used to control or combat "pests" (rodents), in order to highlight the importance of the proper use and application of this substance at the agricultural and even domestic level. There was a total of 21 samples, which corresponded to: Liver, gastric content, and...
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Pesticides are chemicals used to control pests, such as aquatic weeds, insects, aquatic snails, and plant diseases. They are extensively used in forestry, agriculture, veterinary practices, and of great public health importance. Pesticides can be categorized according to their use into three major types (namely insecticides, herbicides, and fungici...
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Due to the emergence of bacterial resistance in phytopathogenic microorganisms, it is necessary to search for new treatment alternatives for these pathogens. Natural extracts are a potential source of bioactive compounds that can act against such bacterial strains. The antibacterial activity of Larrea tridentata against bacteria with public health...
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Diabetes mellitus (DM) and coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are public health issues worldwide, and their comorbidities triggers the progress to severe disease and even death in such patients. Globally, DM has affected an estimated 9.3% adults, while, as of 2021, 18th April, the World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed 141,727,940 COVID-19...
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The case of a 2.5-year-old sheep sent for diagnostic evaluation is presented. At the necropsy, mucoid degeneration of coronary fat, pleural adhesions, hypostatic congestion, hemoperitoneum, reticulum, rumen, omasum, and abomasum distention were found. The most significant finding was the whitish, hard-to-touch appearance of the right atrium. The at...
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The objective of this work was to determine the number of diagnosed cases of warfarin, used to control or combat "pests" (rodents), in order to highlight the importance of the proper use and application of this substance at the agricultural and even domestic level. There was a total of 21 samples, which corresponded to: Liver, gastric content, and...
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The objective of this work was to determine the number of diagnosed cases of warfarin, used to control or combat "pests" (rodents), in order to highlight the importance of the proper use and application of this substance at the agricultural and even domestic level. There was a total of 21 samples, which corresponded to: Liver, gastric content and p...
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The World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) mentions that the inappropriate use of antibiotics has led to the emergence of strains of resistant bacteria to the mechanisms of action of these drugs, due to the scarcity of effective therapies, the development of new treatment options is required for diseases that affect health, in this respect plan...
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The excessive use of antibiotics, has generated resistance of microorganisms to these, have been searched effectives alternatives for treating diseases caused by resistant or multiresistant microorganism, and within of these alternatives are plants, which by its content of secondary compounds have antibacterial activity. The aim on the present expe...
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Overweight and obesity are defined as an unnecessary accumulation of fat, which poses a risk to health. It is a well-identified risk factor for increased mortality due to heightened rates of heart disease, certain cancers, musculoskeletal disorders, and bacterial, protozoan and viral infections. The increasing prevalence of obesity is of concern, a...
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Simple Summary: Aquaculture development is limited by several diseases associated with bacteria that have developed resistance to antibiotics. In this context, new treatment alternatives are necessary. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the in vitro antibacterial effects of Salix babylonica hydro-alcoholic extract against some bacteria th...
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Acacia farnesiana pods are rich in secondary metabolites and their biological activities have been recorded as antibacterial, antioxidant and anthelmintic. Previously, an in vitro bioguided study showed the important ovicidal and larvicidal effects of an organic fraction (EtOAc-F) from a hydroalcoholic extract of A. farnesiana pods against Haemonch...
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Objetivo Determinar el comportamiento temporal y espacial de la leptospirosis en México durante el periodo 2013-2019. Materiales y Métodos Se utilizó la información depositada en los boletines epidemiológicos del Sistema Nacional de Vigilancia Epidemiológica de México. Para determinar el comportamiento espacial se construyeron canales endémicos y...
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Aquaculture development is limited by bacteria associated with several diseases; antibiotics are used for the treatment of these affections, but bacteria have developed resistance to these drugs. It is important to develop effective treatments that allow the production of antibiotic-free food. The aim of the present study is to evaluate the in vitr...
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Pepper originated from Capsicum genus, which is recognized as one of the most predominant and globally distributed genera of Solanaceae family. It is a diverse genus, consisting of more than 31 different species including five domesticated species, Capsicum baccatum, C. annuum, C. pubescen, C. frutescens, and C. chinense. Pepper is the most widely...
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Exosomes are extracellular vesicles (EVs) belonging to the nanovesicles family that function as signaling molecules between cells. After their first description in the late 1960s, interest in their potential as a research target has steadily increased. They are small secreted organelles with a single membrane that are well enriched in lipids, prote...
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Plants have been used since ancient times to cure certain infectious diseases, and some of them are now standard treatments for several diseases. Due to the side effects and resistance of pathogenic microorganisms to antibiotics and most drugs on the market, a great deal of attention has been paid to extracts and biologically active compounds isola...
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El virus del distemper canino (VDC) ha sido el causante de la enfermedad vírica multisistémica más difundida, altamente contagiosa y letal de los cánidos, cuya morbilidad varía entre 25-75% y la mortalidad entre 50-90%. El objetivo de la presente investigación fue realizar un estudio epidemiológico de distemper canino de un Hospital Veterinario en...
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Canine distemper virus (CDV) is the causative agent of one of the most spread, highly contagious and lethal viral disease in canines, whose morbidity varies between 25-75% and mortality between 50-90%. The present study aimed to carry out an epidemiological study of CDV from a Veterinary Hospital in the city of Pachuca of Soto, State of Hidalgo. Th...
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Objective: To isolate and identify the exact species of the genus Mycobacterium from Didelphis (D.) virginiana, and the direct implications of this bacterium to public health and veterinary medicine. Methods: Thirty-one D. virginiana were captured and necropsied in Hidalgo, Mexico. Tissue samples were collected to culture mycobacteria present and e...
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In different aquaculture production systems, it is necessary to evaluate the situation that some mineral elements keep, on both, the nutritional aspect related to the cultivated species, as well as on the fish meat that makes up an important part of the consumers’ diet. Therefore, in order to determine the concentration of copper (Cu) and iron (Fe)...
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La variedad de aflatoxinas que pueden encontrarse como contaminantes de diferentes alimentos pueden repercutir drásticamente tanto en su salud pública como animal. Organismos nacionales e internacionales en la actualidad muestran interés por realizar una evaluación y monitoreo permanente a alimentos que son utilizados como sustratos para crecimient...
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Coccidiosis in rabbit production is responsible for high morbidity, mortality, and economic losses. The use of natural antimicrobial substances in rabbits represents a promising way to improve their health and production. The aim of the present study was to assess the activity of Salix babylonica hydroalcoholic extract (SBHE) on the elimination of...
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The principle of animal wellbeing, which states that animals should be free from pain, injury, and disease, is difficult to maintain, because microorganisms are most frequently found to be resistant or multi-resistant to drugs. The secondary metabolites of plants are an alternative for the treatment of these microorganisms. The aim of this work was...
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Antimicrobial resistance has been increasing in recent years and is most frequently found in pathogenic microorganisms resistant or multiresistant to drugs. The secondary metabolites of plants have been evaluated as alternatives for control and treatment of these microorganisms. The aim of this study was to isolate and identify the secondary metabo...
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Las micotoxinas contaminan diferentes alimentos e ingredientes alimenticios y constituyen un problema de actualidad; factores como la humedad y la temperatura favorecen el desarrollo de mohos y la producción de sus toxinas. Con el objetivo de analizar y considerar la positividad de diferentes muestras enviadas para estudio toxicológico al Centro de...
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El objetivo del presente trabajo fue determinar el porcentaje de bovinos para abasto positivos a clorhidrato de clembuterol (CCL), con base en muestras de orina de bovinos sacrificados en 3 rastros del estado de México. Para esto se colectaron muestras en los rastros municipales de Toluca (59), Ixtlahuaca (52) y Atlacomulco (40), y se obtuvo un tot...
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Aiming to determine the presence of aflatoxin M1 (AFM1) in milk, 84 samples were collected in different milk production units from Mexico State; in different seasons (dry and rainy). The analyte was determined by ELISA test, with the RIDASCREEN Aflatoxin M1® kit, results were expressed descriptively and compared with reference values. From the anal...
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Resumen M1 (AFM1) en leche, se colectaron 84 muestras en diferentes unidades de producción lechera del Estado de México; y en diferentes temporadas (de secas y de lluvias). La determinación del analito se realizó a través de la prueba de ELISA, con el kit RIDASCREEN Aflatoxin M1®, y los resultados se expresan en forma descriptiva comparándose con v...
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Con el objeto de evidenciar el potencial riesgo a la salud pública y animal, se conjunta información sobre las sustancias de tipo hormonal que incrementan la retención de nitrógeno y el depósito de proteína en los animales; utilizadas en los diferentes sistemas de producción con la intención de mejorar los parámetros productivos y reproductivos sob...
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Gastrointestinal nematodes are an important issue in sheep production, these nematodes have developed resistance to traditional drugs, so it is necessary to search new functional and economic therapeutic alternatives; such as the use of plant extracts that have anthelmintic activity, Cassia fistula is a Leguminosae, due to its content of phenolic c...
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Due to the resistance that parasites have acquired to conventional drugs, new strategies are currently being sought to control the cycle of parasites associated with health problems in animal production. The objective of the study was to determine the anthelmintic activity of Leucaena leucocephala pod (LLP) hydroalcoholic extract on gastrointestina...
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Resumen Con el objeto de evaluar la concentración sanguínea de cobre, hierro y zinc con la administración intramuscular de selenito de sodio; se utilizaron 20 corderos de 75 días de edad distribuidos al azar en 2 grupos, bajo las mismas condiciones de manejo. El T1 recibió 5 mg de selenito de sodio por 100 Kg de peso vivo y el T2 1 mL de solución s...
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Randia aculeata es una especie endémica de nuestro país poco estudiada. Su fruto, conocido como crucetillo es usado en el sureste de México para contrarrestar los efectos causados por mordeduras de serpientes; así como para tratar la diabetes, dolor, cáncer y diarrea. Sin embargo, sólo se ha validado el efecto antiviperino. En este trabajo se evalu...
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The donkeys (Equus africanus asinus), like the rest of the animal species are susceptible to infestation by ecto and endoparasites, the investigations with respect to parasitism that affect this species are very scarce and it is assumed that symptoms, pathogeny, treatment and control are similar to those observed in horses. The aim of the present i...
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Currently, the use of medicinal plants has become an alternative for treatment and control of diseases in both veterinary and human medicine. Recent studies have reported that secondary metabolites present in all plants have effects on production and animal health as they have bactericidal or bacteriostatic, anthelmintic (tannins and saponins), ant...
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The objective of the present case study of neuropathy was to establish and differentiate the origin of similar processes that occurred in a sheep herd, in which there was an accurate diagnosis of the disease. The pathological clinical study was carried out in a sheep with severe neurological condition, which was evaluated by means of imaging, clini...
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Mycobacterium genus causes a variety of zoonotic diseases. The best known example is the zoonotic tuberculosis due to M. bovis . Much less is known about “nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM),” which are also associated with infections in humans. The Mexican standard NOM-ZOO-031-1995 regulates the presence of M. bovis in cattle; however, no regulation...
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REDVET Rev. Electrón. vet. http://www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet 2017 Volumen 18 Nº 03-http://www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet/n030317.html Estudio retrospectivo de casos de rabia paralitica bovina en el sur del estado de México, México http://www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet/n030317/031707.pdf 1 REDVET-Revista electrónica de Veterinaria...
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REDVET Rev. Electrón. vet. http://www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet 2017 Volumen 18 Nº 03-http://www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet/n030317.html Estudio retrospectivo de casos de rabia paralitica bovina en el sur del estado de México, México http://www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet/n030317/031707.pdf 1 REDVET-Revista electrónica de Veterinaria...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of exogenous enzyme of xylanase, Salix babylonica extract and their combination on blood hematological and biochemical profile in lambs and goats. Four Suffolk lambs and four Saanen goats were used in a Latin square design (four animals × four treatments in four periods) for 15 days of adaptation....
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Nowadays, the uncontrolled use of antibiotics has created the problem of bacterial resistance to them, what has motivated the search for new alternatives of drug for the treatment of bacterial diseases. Here, we compare antimicrobial activity of spent substrate of mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus and Lentinula edodes, against Escherichia coli, Salmonel...
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Aims: To evaluate the application of spent Pleurotus ostreatus substrates, enriched or not with medicinal herbs, as a source of anti-inflammatory compounds. Subjects and Methods: P. ostreatus was cultivated on five different substrates: Barley straw (BS) and BS combined 80:20 with medicinal herbs (Chenopodium ambrosioides L. [BS/CA], Rosmarinus off...
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The recurrent use of antibiotics has given the guideline so that bacteria will develop resistance to drugs used in medicine, which is why recent investigations have been directed to evaluate natural sources such as plants or fungi, which can fight the bacteria. Here the antibacterial activity of spent substrate of Pleurotus ostreatus combined with...
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Twenty four French Alpine goats (39 ± 2·0 kg) were individually housed in a completely randomized design and fed a basal diet containing 146 g crude protein and 356 g neutral detergent fibre (NDF)/kg in the absence (control – CTRL) or presence (CELL) of 2 ml of cellulase/kg dry matter intake (DMI) for 70 days, which included a 10-day adaptation per...
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The effects of feeding Atriplex halimus treated with three developed enzyme cocktails to Barki sheep on feed intake, nutrient digestibility, N utilization, and ruminal fermentation were assessed. A. halimus was ensiled with two developed enzyme cocktails of ZAD1 ® (Z1) and/or ZAD2 ® (Z2) as liquid enzyme preparations (2 l/t) with 5% molasses and en...
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Sixteen Suffolk lambs with 29 ± 2·0 kg body weight were housed in individual cages for 60 days and allotted to four treatments in a completely randomized design to determine the effect of administration of Salix babylonica (SB) extract and/or exogenous enzymes (ZADO®) on lamb performance. Lambs were fed with 300 g/kg concentrate (160 g crude protei...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the interaction impacts of Salix babylonica L. (SB) extract with exogenous enzyme (EZ) as feed additives on some serum biochemistry parameters in lambs. Suffolk lambs (20), 24±0.3 kg live weight and 6-8 months old were used during 60 days. The lambs were distributed in individual cages of 1.5×1.5 m cages into 4...
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Twenty Pelibuey 3-4 month old and 23.7 +/- 3.3 kg body weight male lambs were used in a randomised design to study the effects of daily oral administration of Salix babylonica (SB) extract on dry matter (DM), water intake, average daily gain (ADG), and feed efficiency for 72 days. Animals were divided into four groups fed the same total mixed ratio...
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The aim of this study was to determine the effects of exogenous enzyme (EZ) and Salix babylonica L. (SB) extract on cellular immune response, and its correlation with average daily weight gain (ADG). Twenty Suffolk lambs, 6-8 months of age and average live weight of 24±0.3 kg, were used in a trial which lasted 60 days. The lambs were distributed in...
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The aim of this study was to compare the use of exogenous enzyme preparations (EZ) and/or Salix babylonica extract (SB) or their combination as feed additives on some haematological parameters in growing lambs. Twenty Suffolk lambs of 6 to 8-months-old with 24±0.3 kg body weight were used in the study. Lambs were divided into 4 groups of 5 animals...