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See detailImpact des facteurs climatiques sur le nombre de cas annuel de myopathie atypique
Stern, David ULiege; Fettweis, Xavier ULiege; François, Anne-Christine ULiege et al

Poster (2021, May)

La myopathie atypique est une intoxication saisonnière résultant de l’ingestion des samares (à l’automne) ou de plantules (au printemps) de l’érable sycomore (Acer pseudoplatanus). Des conditions ... [more ▼]

La myopathie atypique est une intoxication saisonnière résultant de l’ingestion des samares (à l’automne) ou de plantules (au printemps) de l’érable sycomore (Acer pseudoplatanus). Des conditions météorologiques particulières ont été associées à l’émergence de séries cliniques de cette maladie. L’objectif de cette étude est d’identifier les facteurs climatiques contribuant à expliquer la variation du nombre de cas de myopathie atypique par année et par saison, en Belgique et en France Des cas sont survenus sur l’ensemble du territoire franco-belge mais l’incidence de la maladie est plus élevée dans les provinces de Liège, Namur et Luxembourg pour la Belgique et en Champagne-Ardenne et Picardie pour la France. Les gelées printanières tardives et un faible taux de précipitations estivales semblent impacter le risque de déclarations à l’automne suivant alors que les grands vents automnaux contribueraient à initier les grandes séries de cas. Aux facteurs climatiques viennent s’ajouter au risque d’intoxication d’autres paramètres, tels que la présence d’érables sycomores et leur densité, la gestion des pâtures, des équidés, ou encore l’éveil du secteur à la nécessité de déclarer la maladie et de documenter les cas. [less ▲]

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See detailL'érable sycomore: une espèce d'érables toxique
Genoux, Nelly; Votion, Dominique ULiege; Marcillaud-Pitel, Christel

E-print/Working paper (2021)

Très commun dans nos campagnes, l’érable sycomore est un arbre toxique pour les chevaux. L’ingestion des fruits et plantules de l’arbre est à l’origine d’une maladie grave affectant les muscles ... [more ▼]

Très commun dans nos campagnes, l’érable sycomore est un arbre toxique pour les chevaux. L’ingestion des fruits et plantules de l’arbre est à l’origine d’une maladie grave affectant les muscles respiratoires, posturaux et le myocarde, à l’issue souvent mortelle : la myopathie atypique. L’intoxication est saisonnière, avec deux principales périodes à risque au pâturage : la levée des plantules au printemps et la chute des fruits (samares) à l’automne. Comment limiter les risques sans systématiquement abattre les érables ? [less ▲]

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See detailComparison of Fecal Microbiota of Horses Suffering from Atypical Myopathy and Healthy Co-Grazers
Wimmer-Scherr, Christina ULiege; Taminiau, Bernard ULiege; Renaud, Benoît ULiege et al

in Animals MPDI (2021), 11(506),

Equine atypical myopathy (AM) is caused by hypoglycin A (HGA) and methylenecyclopropylglycine (MCPG) intoxication resulting from the ingestion of seeds or seedlings of some Acer tree species ... [more ▼]

Equine atypical myopathy (AM) is caused by hypoglycin A (HGA) and methylenecyclopropylglycine (MCPG) intoxication resulting from the ingestion of seeds or seedlings of some Acer tree species. Interestingly, not all horses pasturing in the same toxic environment develop signs of the disease. In other species, it has been shown that the intestinal microbiota has an impact on digestion, metabolism, immune stimulation and protection from disease. The objective of this study was to characterize and compare fecal microbiota of horses suffering from AM and healthy co-grazers. Furthermore, potential differences in fecal microbiota regarding the outcome of diseased animals were assessed. This prospective observational study included 59 horses with AM (29 survivors and 30 nonsurvivors) referred to three Belgian equine hospitals and 26 clinically healthy co-grazers simultaneously sharing contaminated pastures during spring and autumn outbreak periods. Fresh fecal samples (rectal or within 30min of defecation) were obtained from all horses and bacterial taxonomy profiling obtained by 16S amplicon sequencing was used to identify differentially distributed bacterial taxa between AM-affected horses and healthy co-grazers. Fecal microbial diversity and evenness were significantly (p < 0.001) higher in AM-affected horses as compared with their non-affected co-grazers. The relative abundance of families Ruminococcaceae, Christensenellaceae and Akkermansiaceae were higher (p ≤ 0.001) whereas those of the Lachnospiraceae (p = 0.0053), Bacteroidales (p < 0.0001) and Clostridiales (p = 0.0402) were lower in horses with AM, especially in those with a poor prognosis. While significant shifts were observed, it is still unclear whether they result from the disease or might be involved in the onset of disease pathogenesis. [less ▲]

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See detailGrazing Mares on Pasture with Sycamore Maples: A Potential Threat to Suckling Foals and Food Safety through Milk Contamination.
Renaud, Benoît ULiege; François, Anne-Christine ULiege; Boemer, François ULiege et al

in Animals : an open access journal from MDPI (2021), 11(1),

Equine atypical myopathy (AM) is seasonal intoxication resulting from the ingestion of seeds and seedlings of the sycamore maple (Acer pseudoplatanus) that contain toxins, among them, hypoglycin A (HGA ... [more ▼]

Equine atypical myopathy (AM) is seasonal intoxication resulting from the ingestion of seeds and seedlings of the sycamore maple (Acer pseudoplatanus) that contain toxins, among them, hypoglycin A (HGA). Literature mentions several cases of AM among gravid mares and in unweaned foals. The objective of this study was to determine whether HGA and/or its metabolite are present in milk from grazing mares exposed to sycamore maple trees as confirmed by detection of HGA and its metabolite in their blood. Four mare/foal couples were included in the study. Both HGA and its metabolite were detectable in all but one of the milk samples. To our knowledge, this is the first study describing transfer of HGA to the milk. This unprecedented observation could partially explain cases of unweaned foals suffering from AM. However, a transplacental transfer of the toxin cannot be excluded for newborn foals. Besides being a source of contamination for offspring, milk contamination by toxins from fruits of trees of the Sapindaceae family might constitute a potential risk for food safety regarding other species' raw milk or dairy products. [less ▲]

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See detailEquine atypical myopathy: Prevention is still the key
François, Anne-Christine ULiege; Renaud, Benoît ULiege; Kruse, Caroline ULiege et al

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See detailGeolocation and temporal distribution of equine atypical myopathy cases in Belgium and France from years 2006 to 2019
Stern, David ULiege; Fettweis, Xavier ULiege; Renaud, Benoît ULiege et al

Poster (2020, November 20)

Atypical myopathy (AM) is a severe and often fatal muscle disorder arising from ingestion of toxins contained in sycamore maple (Acer pseudoplatanus) seeds and seedlings. Progresses in research to ... [more ▼]

Atypical myopathy (AM) is a severe and often fatal muscle disorder arising from ingestion of toxins contained in sycamore maple (Acer pseudoplatanus) seeds and seedlings. Progresses in research to diagnose and treat AM after intoxication are moving forward, but the acuteness of the disease with a fatality rate of ~75% reinforces the need for preventive measures. The condition is a seasonal disorder. Ingestions of Samaras (seeds) in autumn and seedlings the following spring causes two subsequent clinical case series, with a majority of cases observed in autumn. [less ▲]

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See detailEquipedia: La myopathie atypique
Votion, Dominique ULiege

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See detailMyopathie atypique et toxicité des samares: réponse de l'expert au courrier des lecteurs
Votion, Dominique ULiege

in Cheval Santé (2020), 126

Réponse via le courrier des lecteurs à diverses questions relatives à la toxicité des érables

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See detailRéponses aux Questions Fréquemment Posées (FAQs) à Propos de l’Alimentation et de la Gestion des Équidés ainsi que de la gestion des Pâtures afin de Réduire le Risque de Myopathie Atypique
François, Anne-Christine ULiege; Votion, Dominique ULiege

in Animals (2020), 10

Cet document est la traduction en français de l'article: Votion D-M., François A-C., Kruse C., Renaud R., Farinelle A., Bouquieaux M-C., Marcillaud-Pitel C., Gustin P. Answers to the frequently asked ... [more ▼]

Cet document est la traduction en français de l'article: Votion D-M., François A-C., Kruse C., Renaud R., Farinelle A., Bouquieaux M-C., Marcillaud-Pitel C., Gustin P. Answers to the frequently asked questions regarding horse feeding and management practices to reduce the risk of atypical myopathy. Il comporte de nombreuses illustrations [less ▲]

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See detailCarnet de santé: la myopathie atypique
Votion, Dominique ULiege

in Cheval Santé (2020), (130), 48-50

La myopathie atypique est une maladie saisonnière désormais bien présente en France et en Europe. Elle se caractérise par une destruction des muscles posturaux, respiratoires et du myocarde. Des études ... [more ▼]

La myopathie atypique est une maladie saisonnière désormais bien présente en France et en Europe. Elle se caractérise par une destruction des muscles posturaux, respiratoires et du myocarde. Des études récentes ont montré que la cause est une toxine présente dans les graines de certains arbres du genre « Acer » (érable), dont l’« Acer pseudoplatanus » ou érable sycomore. [less ▲]

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See detailProceedings of the 7th FARAH-Day
Bayrou, Calixte ULiege; Cesarini Latorre, Carlota ULiege; Delguste, Catherine ULiege et al

Book published by Presses de la Faculté de Médecine vétérinaire de l'Université de Liège (2020)

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See detailAnswers to the frequently asked questions regarding horse feeding and management practices to reduce the risk of atypical myopathy
Votion, Dominique ULiege; François, Anne-Christine ULiege; Kruse, Caroline ULiege et al

in Animals (2020)

In 2014, atypical myopathy (AM) was linked to Acer pseudoplatanus (sycamore maple) in Europe. The emergence of this seasonal intoxication caused by a native tree has raised many questions. This manuscript ... [more ▼]

In 2014, atypical myopathy (AM) was linked to Acer pseudoplatanus (sycamore maple) in Europe. The emergence of this seasonal intoxication caused by a native tree has raised many questions. This manuscript aims at answering the five most frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding (1) identification of toxic trees, reduction of risk at the level of (2) pastures and (3) equids, (4) the risk associated with pastures with sycamores that have always been used without horses being poisoned and (5) the length of the risk periods. Answers were found in a literature review and data gathered by AM surveillance networks. A guide is offered FAQ1: a guide is offered to differentiate common maple trees (FAQ1). In order to reduce the risk of AM at pasture levell: (FAQ2): avoid humid pastures, permanent pasturing, spreading of manure and for pasture with sycamores in the vicinity and avoid sycamore maple trees around pasture (FAQ2). To reduce the risk of AM and, at horse level (FAQ3 ): during risk periods, reduce pasturing time according to weather conditions and to less than six hours a day during risk periods for horses on risk pasture, provide supplementary feeds including toxin-free hay, water from the distribution network, vitamins and a salt block (FAQ3). AFAQ4: all pastures with a sycamore tree in the vicinity are at risk (FAQ4). FAQ5: Ninety-four 94% of cases occur over a two 3-month periods, starting in October and in March, for cases resulting from seeds and seedlings ingestion, respectively (FAQ5). [less ▲]

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See detailComment reconnaître les érables de nos régions - Fiche technique
Renaud, Benoît ULiege; François, Anne-Christine ULiege; Dopagne, Claude ULiege et al

Learning material (2019)

Cette fiche reprend les caractéristiques permettant de distinguer les 3 érables communs de nos régions, à savoir: l'érable sycomore, l'érable plane et l'érable champêtre.

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See detailIdentification of the maple tree responsible for atypical myopathy
Renaud, Benoît ULiege; François, Anne-Christine ULiege; Dopagne, Claude ULiege et al

Learning material (2019)

This technical note aims at differentiate the three Acer species commonly found in Europe: Acer pseudoplatanus (sycamore maple), Acer platanoides (Norway maple) and Acer campestre (field maple) .

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See detailIntelligence artificielle et big data: vers une épidémiologie 2.0?
Audic, Mathilde; Gadot, Paul-Marie; Hendrikx, Pascal et al

Conference (2019, November 28)

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See detailDetection of mitochondrial dysfunction by blood mononuclear cells analysis
Kruse, Caroline ULiege; Art, Tatiana ULiege; Mouithys-Mickalad, Ange ULiege et al

Poster (2019, November 21)

Since mitochondria play diverse crucial roles within the cell, mitochondrial dysfunction can have disastrous consequences. High resolution respirometry (HRR) is a new tool that allows the quantification ... [more ▼]

Since mitochondria play diverse crucial roles within the cell, mitochondrial dysfunction can have disastrous consequences. High resolution respirometry (HRR) is a new tool that allows the quantification of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation and electron transfer capacities. This tool allows an analysis of mitochondrial bioenergetics and the main substrate pathway of the cells that are of interest. In human, platelets and peripheral blood mononuclear cells have been used as biomarkers in diverse pathological models, as diabetes, atherosclerosis, cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. In the horse, HRR studies have been conducted on skeletal muscles samples. Using this technique, a so-called “mitochondrial syndrome” has been reported in equine atypical myopathy, an environmental intoxication, which is characterized by a severe decrease of mitochondrial respiratory capacity in affected individuals. However, the muscle biopsy procedure is difficult to use in equine clinical routine. Therefore, the aim of this study was to test whether mitochondrial function could be assessed on equine blood mononuclear cells with respirometry. Whole blood was collected in 9 ml EDTA tubes in six horses. Cells of interest (PBMC) were isolated with a density-separation medium (Lymphoprep™) following a standardized procedure. Electron paramagnetic resonance as well as HRR analysis were performed within the following 6 hours. With this isolation technique more than 1x106 PBMC/ml of whole blood were obtained. Respirometric analysis with PBMC taken from the same horses indicated a lack of reproducibility. This finding seems to be primarily due to a too long timeframe (i.e. ±Xh) between cell isolation and respirometric analysis. Additional studies indicated that when respirometry was performed within the first 2 hours after cell isolation, standard variation between samples was significantly reduced. Up to now a correlation between skeletal muscle fiber and PBMC mitochondrial bioenergetics in the equine species is not possible to be established. A standardization of the procedure is vital for reproducibility between laboratories and comparison between healthy and ill horses. The next steps are to compare the oxygraphic measures between equine PBMC and muscle biopsies, as well as the comparison of mitochondrial function between healthy and horses in extreme metabolic conditions (e.g atypical myopathy). [less ▲]

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See detailLa myopathie atypique : le top 10 des dernières nouvelles
Votion, Dominique ULiege; François, Anne-Christine ULiege; Renaud, Benoît ULiege et al

in Mespoulhès, Céline (Ed.) Proceeding Journée AVEF (Association des Vétérinaires Equins Français) (2019, November 15)

Cet écrit reprend le top 10 des dernières nouvelles relatives à la myopathie atypique dont certaines ne sont pas encore publiées.

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See detailÉvaluation des profils quantitatifs en MCPA-carnitine et acylcarnitines chez des chevaux atteints de myopathie atypique
Wouters, Clovis ULiege; Toquet, Marie-Pierre; Marcillaud-Pitel, Christel et al

in Mespoulhès-Rivière, Céline (Ed.) Proceeding Journée AVEF (Association des Vétérinaires Equins Français) (2019, November 15)

L’objectif de cette étude était de déterminer s’il existe un lien entre la mort de l’équidé et le diagnostic histologique avec les valeurs quantitatives de MCPA-carnitine et d’acylcarnitines, chez des ... [more ▼]

L’objectif de cette étude était de déterminer s’il existe un lien entre la mort de l’équidé et le diagnostic histologique avec les valeurs quantitatives de MCPA-carnitine et d’acylcarnitines, chez des chevaux MCPA-carnitine positif et présentant des signes cliniques évocateurs de myopathie atypique. [less ▲]

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See detailUntargeted metabolomics studies focusing on prognosis and resistance factors leading to the identification of new potential biomarkers in equine atypical myopathy
Wouters, Clovis ULiege; Toquet, Marie-Pierre; Renaud, Benoît ULiege et al

in Bayrou, Calixte; Delguste, Catherine; Douny, Caroline (Eds.) et al Proceedings of the 6th FARAH-Day (2019, November 08)

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