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Vol. 11, Special Issue 3 (2022)

Detection of aroA gene in staphylococci isolates from dog suffered with dermatitis

Author(s):
Ditul Barman, Arabinda Phukan, Debendra Nath Kalita, Tolan Chnadra Dutta, Gauranga Mahato, Probodh Borah, Swaraj Rajkhowa and Bhaben Chandra Baishya
Abstract:
Dermatitis is a common problem in dog but to achieve the therapeutic goal is a challenge. There are various etiologic agents which are responsible for the occurrence of dog dermatitis but the opportunistic bacteria always aggravate the infection. Staphylococci mostly predominate in various dermatological disorders in canines. The study was conducted in order to find out which gene of staphylococci commonly present in canine dermatitis. To study the presence of the gene, PCR-RFLP was performed. A total of 10 staphylococci isolates from various clinical cases suffered from dermatitis were considered for molecular study and were confirmed the presence of aroA gene. Thus it can be inferred that presence of aroA gene confirms the presence Staphylococci spp. and mostly pathogenic for the occurrence of dermatological issues in canine.
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How to cite this article:
Ditul Barman, Arabinda Phukan, Debendra Nath Kalita, Tolan Chnadra Dutta, Gauranga Mahato, Probodh Borah, Swaraj Rajkhowa and Bhaben Chandra Baishya. Detection of aroA gene in staphylococci isolates from dog suffered with dermatitis. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(3S): 114-116.

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