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The most common spoligotype of Mycobacterium bovis isolated in the world and the recommended loci for VNTR typing; a systematic review>  Description

 
Date de publication 2018
Télécharger The most common spoligotype of Mycobacterium bovis isolated in the world and the recommended loci for VNTR typing; a systematic review
Auteur  M. Ghavidel, D. Mansury, K. Nourian, K. Ghazvini
Mots clés

Mycobacterium bovis, Spoligotype, MIRU-VNTR, Epidemiology, animals

Résumé

Mycobacterium bovis is a neglected zoonotic organism that epidemiological studies are of crucial importance in identifying its source, control it and prevent it from spreading. The aim of this study was to investigate the most common spoligotypes of Mycobacterium bovis circulating around the world and introduce the most and least strong determine powers of loci for VNTR.
We have used different databases such as ISC, science direct, Embase (Elsevier), Web of Science, Scopus and Medline via PubMed. Searches were performed by key words including: Mycobacterium bovis, MIRU –VNTR, spoligotyping and discrimination power. Finally, thirtyone articles were selected after filtering out some titles, abstracts and full texts. Spoligotype SB0120 was the most common circulating type on several continents while SB0121 existed in Europe, Africa and America. SB0140 was also detected in Asia, Europe and America. QUB3232 and QUB11b were more appropriate loci among the loci with high discriminatory power. MIRU 10 and MIRU4 were among the loci with poor discriminatory power. Taking the published data into consideration, SB0120 and SB0121 are predominant spoligotypes of M.bovis circulating among animals around the world. Determining the most common spoligotype of M. bovis is the key to find source of infection, control and prevent the disease.

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