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Revista Argentina de Microbiología is published by the Asociación Argentina de Microbiología (AAM) on a quarterly basis. The aim of this journal is to publish current scientific works in the different areas of Microbiology and Parasitology. Some of the topics considered of special interest are: infections caused by bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses; mechanisms of pathogenicity, and virulence factors; resistance to antimicrobial agents; taxonomy; epidemiology and phenotypic, immunologic and molecular diagnostic methods. RAM also publishes articles on microbial ecology and diversity, zoo- and phytopathogens and microorganisms of value for food, agronomic, industrial and environmental applications. With the purpose of covering basic aspects of research in the area, the journal is also interested in the publication of manuscripts on microorganism genomics, proteomics and enzymology, as well as in those articles dealing with regional impact.

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Impact Factor 2019
1.221
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CiteScore 2019
1.7

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0.326

SNIP measures contextual citation impact by wighting citations based on the total number of citations in a subject field.

SNIP
0.742
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Issue
Vol. 53. Issue 1.
Pages 1-86 (January - March 2021)
Editorial
Los microorganismos, las colecciones de cultivo y el Protocolo de Nagoya
M. Carina Audisio
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:1-2
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Microbiología básica
Removal of dyes by immobilization of Trametes versicolor in a solid-state micro-fermentation system
L.A. Diorio, D.M. Salvatierra Fréchou, L.N. Levin
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:3-10
Highlights

  • A two-phase bioreactor for dye decolorization by filamentous fungi is presented.

  • It allowed de-coupling of sterile growth and non-sterile decolorization.

  • First phase involved dye decolorization by immobilized fungal cultures.

  • Spherical plastic polyethylene mesh cartridges filled with wheat bran were used.

  • In the second phase extracellular ligninolytic extracts were applied.

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Microbiología clínica y enfermedades infecciosas
Baseline prevalence and type distribution of Human papillomavirus in sexually active non-vaccinated adolescent girls from Argentina
Joaquín Víctor González, Gerardo Daniel Deluca, Domingo Javier Liotta, Rita Mariel Correa, Jorge Alejandro Basiletti, María Celeste Colucci, Nathalia Katz, Carla Vizzotti, María Alejandra Picconi
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:11-9
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Respiratory pathogens in infants less than two months old hospitalized with acute respiratory infection
Débora N. Marcone, Guadalupe Carballal, Noelia Reyes, Alejandro Ellis, Yamile Rubies, Santiago Vidaurreta, Marcela Echavarria
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:20-6
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Bordetella pertussis, a reemerging pathogen in pediatric respiratory infections. A study in Quito, Ecuador
Saidy Vásconez Noguera, Katherine Jaramillo, Andrés Zabala, José E. Villacís
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:27-33
Highlights

  • Presence of positive cases of B. pertussis infections in pediatric population ranging from 0-12 months of age of Quito, Ecuador.

  • Accurate diagnosis of the disease to reduce the time response for the treatment of the infection.

This work emphasizes the need for an active surveillance for the early detection of Bordetella infections.

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Virulence genes of Escherichia coli in diarrheic and healthy calves
Ana Umpiérrez, Déborah Ernst, Magalí Fernández, Martín Oliver, María L. Casaux, Rubén D. Caffarena, Carlos Schild, Federico Giannitti, Martín Fraga, Pablo Zunino
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:34-8
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Mastitis por Corynebacterium pyruviciproducens y Corynebacterium amycolatum en mujeres inmunocompetentes no lactantes
Laura V. Fernandez, Ana S. Fortuny, Ernesto F. Rodriguez
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:39-42
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Nocardiosis esporotricoide por Nocardia brasiliensis
Natalia Alejandra Mangieri, Daiana Guevara Nuñez, Gonzalo Echavarría, Eugenia Bertona, Liliana Castello, Guillermo Benchetrit, Adriana N. De Paulis
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:43-7
Highlights

  • La esporotricosis linfocutánea es una enfermedad poco frecuente y muchas veces subdiagnosticada.

  • El diagnóstico de nocardiosis requiere diferenciar entre Sporothrix spp., Nocardia spp. y géneros relacionados, y micobacterias ambientales.

  • N. brasiliensis puede ser identificada mediante métodos convencionales sin necesidad de recurrir a plataformas complejas y costosas.

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Microbiología de alimentos
Detoxification of Ochratoxin A by a novel Aspergillus oryzae strain and optimization of its biodegradation
Ke Xiong, Hui-wei Zhi, Jia-yun Liu, Xiao-yi Wang, Zhi-yao Zhao, Peng-gang Pei, Lei Deng, Su-yue Xiong
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:48-58
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Molecular epidemiology of Campylobacter jejuni isolates from the broiler production chain: first report of MLST profiles in Argentina
M.V. Zbrun, E. Rossler, L.P. Soto, M.R. Rosmini, G.J. Sequeira, L.S. Frizzo, M.L. Signorini
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:59-63
Highlights

  • Campylobacter jejuni is an important food-borne pathogen with a global distribution.

  • We evaluated the genotype of C. jejuni isolates from broiler farms and slaughterhouses.

  • It is the first molecular epidemiology study of Campylobacter in the broiler production chain in Argentina.

  • C. jejuni isolates showed high genetic diversity by PFGE and MLST typing.

  • Novel MSLT C. jejuni genotypes have been identified in Argentina.

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Microbiología agrícola, ambiental e industrial
Effect of fungicides commonly used for Fusarium head blight management on growth and fumonisin production by Fusarium proliferatum
Eugenia Cendoya, María Julia Nichea, María del Pilar Monge, Vanessa G.L. Zachetti, Stella Maris Chiacchiera, María Laura Ramirez
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:64-74
Highlights

  • All fungicides reduced F. proliferatum growth rates when compared to the control.

  • All fungicides reduced fumonisins production when they were used in high doses.

  • Fungicides effect in growth and FBs increased, as they concentration increased.

  • Except P, all fungicides used in sub-lethal doses enhanced FBs production.

  • P was the most effective fungicide: inhibited growth and FBs in most conditions.

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Cladosporium species causing “Cladosporium rot” on “Bosc” pear fruit in Argentina
Temperini Carolina Virginia, Alonso Javier Néstor, Colodner Adrián Dario, Pose Graciela Noemí
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:75-7
Highlights

  • Cladosporium rot on Bosc pears has been reported in the valleys of Río Negro and Neuquén.

  • Cladosporium macrocarpum, C. subtilissimum and C. floccosum were the species involved.

  • This is the first report of identified Cladosporium species as involved in this pathology.

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Evaluation and selection of culture media for the detection of auxin-like compounds and phosphate solubilization on soil yeasts
María Cecilia Mestre, María Elena Severino, Sonia Fontenla
Rev Argent Microbiol. 2021;53:78-83
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