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The PNSAN is a set of objectives, Objective, strategies and actions proposed by the Colombian State in a framework of shared responsibility with civil society aimed to:. The target population for PNSAN is the entire Colombian population; however it emphasizes the most deprived and vulnerable territories and populations, among which are the population living in extreme poverty, displaced by violence and those affected by natural disasters; as well as, children, pregnant women, nursing mothers and the elderly. Contribute to improving the food and nutrition conditions of the entire Colombian population, especially the poorest and most vulnerable. The target population for PNSAN is the entire Colombian population, however it emphasizes on the most deprived and vulnerable territories and populations, among which are the population living in extreme poverty, displaced by violence and those affected by natural disasters; as well as, children, pregnant women, nursing mothers and the elderly. The PNSAN is a set of objectives, Objective, strategies and actions proposed by the Colombian State in a framework of shared responsibility with civil society aimed to: Protect the population of the contingencies that lead to undesirable and socially unacceptable situations such as hunger and inadequate nutrition; Ensure the population's access to quality food in a timely and adequate manner ; Achieve integration, articulation and coordination of the different inter-sectoral interventions and between institutions. More information.

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To investigate the presence of Mycobacterium bovis and other Mycobacterium species in samples of cattle and buffalo in Colombia, to start the molecular characterization of M. Material and methods. Lymph nodes of head, thorax and abdomen, gross lesions of tissues with tuberculosis, nasal swabs, milk, blood and fresh cheeses were included.

Samples were subjected to detection of Mycobacterium bovis and other mycobacteria by conventional microbiological analysis and PCR and spoligotyping molecular assays. In the samples analyzed especially in lymph nodes, Mycobacterium bovis was demonstrated with genotypes reported and not previously reported in the world, as well as M. In Colombia there are at least 7 genotypes of M.

En Colombia existen al menos 7 genotipos de M. Sistema OJS 3 - Metabiblioteca. Publicado ene 14, Jojoa-Jojoa, J. First approach to molecular epidemiology of bovine tuberculosis in Colombia. Palabras clave: Bovine tuberculosis Mycobacterium bovis diagnostic molecular epidemiology zoonosis.

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To investigate the presence of Mycobacterium bovis and other Mycobacterium species in samples of cattle and buffalo in Colombia, to start the molecular characterization of M. Material and methods. Lymph nodes of head, thorax and abdomen, gross lesions of tissues with tuberculosis, nasal swabs, milk, blood and fresh cheeses were included. Samples were subjected to detection of Mycobacterium bovis and other mycobacteria by conventional microbiological analysis and PCR and spoligotyping molecular assays. In the samples analyzed especially in lymph nodes, Mycobacterium bovis was demonstrated with genotypes reported and not previously reported in the world, as well as M. In Colombia there are at least 7 genotypes of M.

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