Tipificación multilocus de secuencias aplicada a la caracterización molecular de hemoparásitos en el ganado bovino

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Adrian Alberto Díaz-Sánchez
Siomara Martínez-Marrero
Belkis Corona-González

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Los marcadores moleculares son valiosas herramientas en la investigación de la diversidad genética, la estructura poblacional y evolutiva de importantes agentes infecciosos, y tienen un enorme impacto en el diseño e implementación de estrategias de control. Para la tipificación de microorganismos patógenos se han desarrollado varios métodos, los cuales difieren en el poder discriminativo, la reproducibilidad y la facilidad de interpretación. La tipificación multilocus de secuencias se propuso en 1998 como un método universal y definitivo para la caracterización de bacterias, utilizando el patógeno Neisseria meningitidis como objeto de estudio. Actualmente, se cuenta con un número cada vez mayor de protocolos de tipificación multilocus de secuencias desarrollados y empleados en investigaciones epidemiológicas a diferentes escalas, así como en estudios de biología y estructura de distintas poblaciones microbianas, análisis de patogenicidad y evolución bacteriana. En el presente trabajo se exponen, de forma general, los principales esquemas de tipificación basados en esta metodología para el estudio de hemoparásitos que afectan el ganado bovino.

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Díaz-Sánchez, A. A., Martínez-Marrero, S., & Corona-González, B. (2018). Tipificación multilocus de secuencias aplicada a la caracterización molecular de hemoparásitos en el ganado bovino. Revista De Salud Animal, 40(1). Recuperado a partir de http://revistas.censa.edu.cu/index.php/RSA/article/view/938
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