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Dynamics of bacterial communities in vaginas and feces between pre and postpartum of dairy cows

대한수의학회지 2021년 61권 1호 p.2 ~ 2
손준규, 김동현, 이지환, 김상범, 박범영, 김명후, 이성실, 허태영, 김은태,
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손준규 ( Son Jun-Kyu ) - Rural Development Administration National Institute of Animal Science Dairy Science Division
김동현 ( Kim Dong-Hyeon ) - Rural Development Administration National Institute of Animal Science Dairy Science Division
이지환 ( Lee Ji-Hwan ) - Rural Development Administration National Institute of Animal Science Dairy Science Division
김상범 ( Kim Sang-Bum ) - Rural Development Administration
박범영 ( Park Beom-Young ) - Rural Development Administration National Institute of Animal Science Dairy Science Division
김명후 ( Kim Myung-Hoo ) - Pusan National University Department of Animal Science
이성실 ( Lee Sung-Sill ) - Gyeongsang National University Division of Applied Life Science
허태영 ( Hur Tai-Young ) - Rural Development Administration National Institute of Animal Science Dairy Science Division
김은태 ( Kim Eun-Tae ) - Rural Development Administration National Institute of Animal Science Dairy Science Division

Abstract


The reproductive tracts have an intimate relationship with reproduction because there are bacterial communities that can affect reproductive health. The differences in the bacterial community of periparturient dairy cows were investigated. Vaginal and fecal samples were collected seven days before and after calving, and DNA was extracted to sequence the V3-V4 regions of the 16S rRNA genes. In the postpartum vaginas, operational taxonomic units, Chao1, Shannon, and Simpson were decreased, and phyla Fusobacteria and Bacteroidetes were increased. In summary, bacterial abundance can affect the periparturient biological differences in dairy cows, suggesting a susceptibility to infection within one week after calving.

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vagina; feces; microbiota; prepartum; postpartum

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