• T. I. Stetsko State Scientific Research Control Institute of Veterinary Medicinal Products and Feed Additives, 11, Donetska str., Lviv. 79019, Ukraine


In the article a literature review of scientific papers on the topic of antimicrobial resistance of bacteria of the family Pasteurellaceae, pathogens of respiratory diseases in pigs and cattle, is presented.

The main mechanisms of the development of Pasteurellaceae resistance to β-lactam antibiotics are the synthesis of β-lactamases by bacteria, what are able to break the beta-lactam ring, thereby inactivating β-lactams, or alteration of the penicillin-binding proteins structure. Other mechanisms, such as reduced permeability of the outer membrane or the process of active removal of antibiotics from the bacterial cell (efflux), are very rare. Resistance among Pasteurellaceae to β-lactams is often associated with plasmids.

Eflux and ribosomal protection are the main mechanisms for the development of resistance of Pasteurellaceae to tetracyclines. At least nine tetracycline resistance genes (tet genes) have been identified in bacteria of the genus Pasteurella, Mannheimia, Actinobacillus and Haemophilus, what encode these processes.

Resistance to aminoglycosides and aminocyclitols is mainly caused by enzymatic inactivation of antibiotics, as well as through mutations in chromosomal genes. Many plasmids carry genes of resistance to aminoglycosides, causing resistance to antibiotics of other groups.

Chemical modification of a ribosomal target by rRNA methylases and mutations in ribosomal proteins are the main resistance mechanisms of bacteria of the family Pasteurellaceae to macrolides. Many gram-negative bacteria have a natural resistance to macrolide antibiotics. The development of lincosamide resistance is influenced by methyltransferase 23S rRNA, active efflux proteins, enzymatic inactivation and chromosomal mutations.

Resistance of bacteria of the family Pasteurellaceae to chloramphenicol is caused mainly by enzymatic inactivation, while the emergence of resistance to fluorophenicol is associated with the efflux of an antibiotic from a bacterial cell. Plasmids carrying phenicol resistance genes were detected in isolates of P. multocida, M. haemolytica, A. pleuropneumoniae and H. parasuis.

Usually the level of bacteria sensitivity of the genus Pasteurella, Mannheimia, Actinobacillus and Haemophilus to quinolones is quite high. Resistance to quinolones mainly occurs due to mutational alterations in chromosomal genes, and may also be in consequence of the export antibiotics from the cell by membrane proteins or thanks to qnr genes of plasmids.

The main mechanism of resistance to sulfonamides and trimethoprim is both plasmid-mediated and mutation-induced production of altered dihydropteroate synthetase and dihydrofolate reductase with reduced affinity with these antimicrobials.

Monitoring of antibiotic resistance with the determination of its mechanism phenomenon will facilitate the choice of an effective agent of etiotropic therapy of respiratory diseases of cattle and pigs caused by bacteria of the family Pasteurellaceae.


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How to Cite
Stetsko, T. I. (2021). ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE OF BACTERIA OF THE FAMILY PASTEURELLACEAE, PATHOGENS OF RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS OF CATTLE AND PIGS. Scientific and Technical Bulletin оf State Scientific Research Control Institute of Veterinary Medical Products and Fodder Additives аnd Institute of Animal Biology, 22(1), 197-208.