suspension (15mg/100ml=0.1ml), 0.2ml of PPR virus with 104 units of TCID50 in monovalent, 0.02ml of PPR virus with 105 units of TCID50 in combined vaccines, 0.2ml of FMD O virus with 106 units of TCID50 in monovalent and 0.02ml of FMD O virus with 107 units of TCID50,in combined vaccine Aluminium hydroxide gel (4%) and Thiomersal Sodium (0.05%) were added in each of the vaccines as an adjuvant and preservative, respectively.
Penicillin, aminoglycoside and chloramphenicol should not be used for treatment of CBPP but tetracycline, macrolides, lincosamines, and fluoroquinolones are being used against Mycoplasma mycoides
As of 2016, the smallest genome is that of Mycoplasma mycoides
JCVI-syn3.0, which is a synthetic bacterium derived from Mycoplasma mycoides
| selected for the genome-minimisation project because it grows fast, so the turnaround of replication is ecient.
Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia (CCPP), a highly contagious and economically devastating disease, is caused by Mycoplasma mycoides
(MM) - a cluster of six member species.
Comparison of culture and PCR to detect Mycoplasma agalactiae and Mycoplasma mycoides
The disease is caused by Mycoplasma agalactiae (Ma), as well as by several species in the Mycoplasma mycoides
They started with the genome of Mycoplasma mycoides
, a parasitic bacteria that infects cattle and goats, and also a close relative of Mycoplasma genitalium, which has the fewest genes -- just 525 -- known among free-living bacteria.
The newly created bacterium contains a minimalist version of the genome of Mycoplasma mycoides
. Species of Mycoplasma already have some of the smallest known genomes.
Asi que, a partir de sus trabajos con la bacteria Mycoplasma laboratorium, trataron de identificar el minimo numero de genes que requiere para vivir, pero como su reproduccion es muy lenta, optaron por la Mycoplasma mycoides
, de la que crearon la Mycoplasma mycoides
JCVI-syn 1.0, con la misma tecnica que la anterior.
Pathways of pyrimidine deoxribonucleotide biosynthesis in Mycoplasma mycoides
Contagious Agalactia(C.A) is an acute, subacute or chronic disease caused by Mycoplasma agalactiae and Mycoplasma mycoides
Amores et al., "Anatomic location of Mycoplasma mycoides