A mycoglasma-kutatás négy évtizede az MTA állatorvos-tudományi kutató intézetében

Translated title of the contribution: Four decades of mycoplasma research in the veterinary medical research institute of the Hungarian academy of sciences

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On the occasion of celebration of the 70th anniversary of Prof. J. MÉSZÁROS, the member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the author presented an overview on the mycoplasma research performed by the Veterinary Medical Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Mycoplasma research was initiated by Prof. MÉSZÁROS and leaded it more than quarter of century. During these decades the Institute clarified the etiological role of M. galliseptictun, M. synoviae and M. meleagridis in the chronic respiratory disease of chickens and turkey in combination with Escherichia coli. It was demonstrated the important role of E. coli in aggravation of pathological lesions of birds, embryo and bird mortality and decrease of egg production. The Institute detected in Hungary for the first time diseases of poultry caused by M. synoviae and M. meleagridis, those of sheep, swine and cattle caused due to M. ovipneumoniae, or M. hyopneumoniae or M. bovis, respectively. It was indicated the important role of M. bovis in etiology of mastitis, arthritis, reproductive diseases of cows. It has described for the first time a role of Urea plasma infection in egg infertility of turkey as well as in reproductive disorders of swine as well as it has recognised airsacculitis, peritonitis, salpingitis of geese caused by Mycoplasma species. It published data on genetical heterogeneity of M. gallisepticum strains. It has elaborated DNA probes being able to detect M. gallisepticum infection in turkey and chicken as well as M. byopneumoniae infection in swine. It has developed a monoclonal based blocking ELISA (MyGa test) for serological diagnosis of M. gallisepticum infection of poultry. Under the supervision of the Research Institute successive programs were performed for eradication Mycoplasma infections in chicken flocks and swine herds. ,.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)724-726
Number of pages3
JournalMagyar Allatorvosok Lapja
Volume119
Issue number12
Publication statusPublished - 1997

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A mycoglasma-kutatás négy évtizede az MTA állatorvos-tudományi kutató intézetében. / Stipkovits, L.

In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, Vol. 119, No. 12, 1997, p. 724-726.

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