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Raphaël Guatteo

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Raphaël Guatteo
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Associate Professor
UMR 1300 BIOEPAR

Adress:
 Oniris site de la Chantrerie, CS40706, 44307 Nantes, France
 team PEP'S, building G3 2nd floor

Email: raphael (point) guatteo (at) oniris-nantes (point) fr
Tel: 02 40 68 28 00

Raphaël Guatteo is professor in Bovine Medicine & Health Management at the veterinary college of Nantes (Oniris). Graduated in 2000, he worked in mixed practice and come back at Oniris to complete a PhD on the epidemiology of Q fever in cattle. He became assistant professor in 2007 and is now associated professor since 2016 in bovine medicine and health management. His teaching activities deal with: ruminant medicine and therapeutics at individual and herd level, epidemiology, anaesthesia and analgesia. He is the co-head of the department Farm Animal Health and Public Health and is in charge of the 5th and final year track Food animal production and of the internship/residency program in bovine health management. His research activities are focused on (i) the evaluation of the informative value of tests and assessment methods (infectious disease such as Q fever, digital dermatitis, paratuberculosis, hypocalcemia, monitoring tools, welfare assessment protocols) and (ii) the elaboration and the evaluation of control measures and action plan for infectious (Q fever, paratuberculosis, neosporosis) and production diseases (lameness mainly DD, welfare, metabolic disease) mainly in dairy cattle. He’s currently the vice-president of the European college of bovine health management.

Responsabilities
  • Head of the Joint Unit « Cattle Herd Health » (project team between UMR Oniris-INRA1300 BioEpAR and French Livestock Institute)
  • Responsible for the Internship in Cattle Medicine
  • Responsible for the 5th year Track Animal Production
Research Department

Animal Health

Teaching Department

Farm animal health and public health

Diplomas
  • DMV, Msc, PhD
  • Dipl ECBHM (European College for Bovine Health Management)
Research topics interests
  • Cattle
  • Medicine
  • Epidemiology
  • Diagnosis
  • Control measures
Teaching topics interests
  • Individual and Population cattle medicin
  • Anaesthesia and pain management in ruminants
  • Epidemiology
Others responsabilities
  • Diagnosis on referral cases (individual or farm cases)
  • Continuing education of practitioners
  • Chair of the examination committee of ECBHM
Links

http://idele.fr/linstitut-de-lelevage/activite/umt-rmt/umt-maitrise-de-la-sante-des-troupeaux-bovins.html

http://www.ecbhm.org/

http://www.svepm.org/

Publications
  • Ariza J. M., Levallois P., Bareille N., Arnoult A., Guatteo R. 2020. Short communication: Evaluation of a foot dirtiness scoring system for dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science, 103(5):4738-4742 [IF19=3.333] DOI: 10.3168/jds.2019-17178.
  • Nikolayenkova-Topie O., Vesin L., Chesnel M. A., Robert M., Guatteo R., Touzot-Jourde G. 2020. Efficacy and cardiorespiratory effects of lumbosacral intrathecal 2% procaine and 2% xylazine with or without sedation in calves undergoing umbilical surgery. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, In Press [IF19=1.228] DOI: 10.1080/00480169.2020.1754303.
  • Pouquet, M., Bareille, N., Guatteo, R., Moret, L., and Beaudeau, F. 2020. Coxiella burnetii infection in humans: to what extent do cattle in infected areas free from small ruminants play a role? Epidemiology and Infection, In Press [IF19=2.152] DOI: 10.1017/S0950268820001880.
  • Sanchez M.-P., Guatteo R., Davergne A., Saout J., Grohs C., Deloche M.-C., Taussat S., Fritz S., Boussaha M., Blanquefort P., Delafosse A., Joly A., Schibler L., Fourichon C., Boichard D. 2020. Identification of the ABCC4, IER3, and CBFA2T2 candidate genes for resistance to paratuberculosis from sequence-based GWAS in Holstein and Normande dairy cattle. Genetics Selection Evolution, 52(1):14 [IF19=3.950] DOI: 10.1186/s12711-020-00535-9.
  • Ariza J. M., Bareille N., Lehébel A., Oberle K., Relun A., Guatteo R. 2019. Evaluation of a biocide footbath solution in the occurrence and healing of digital dermatitis lesions in dairy cows: A clinical trial. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 163:58-67 [IF19=2.304] DOI: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2018.12.017.
  • Ariza J. M., Bareille N., Oberle K., Guatteo R. 2019. Current recommendations for footbath solutions renewal rates in dairy cattle: the need for adaptation? Animal, 13(6):1319-1325 [IF19=2.400] DOI: 10.1017/S1751731118002847.
  • Grimard B., de Boyer des Roches A., Coignard M., Chuiton A., Mounier L., Veissier I., Guatteo R., Bareille N. 2019. Relationships between welfare and reproductive performance in French dairy herds. The Veterinary Journal, 248:1-7 [IF19=2.115] DOI: 10.1016/j.tvjl.2019.03.006.
  • Navarro-Gonzalez N., Fourichon C., Blanquefort P., Delafosse A., Joly A., Ngwa-Mbot D., Biet F., Boichard D., Schibler L., Journaux L., Meens E., Guatteo R. 2019. Longitudinal study of Mycobacterium avium ssp. paratuberculosis fecal shedding patterns and concurrent serological patterns in naturally infected dairy cattle. Journal of Dairy Science, 102(10):9117-9137 [IF19=3.333] DOI: 10.3168/jds.2018-15897.
  • Relun A., Cesbron N., Bourdeau P., Dorso L., Brement T., Assié S., Christensen H., Guatteo R. 2019. Atypical actinobacillosis affecting hind limbs and lungs in a single beef cattle herd. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 33(1):297-301 [IF19=2.194] DOI: 10.1111/jvim.15387.
  • De Crémoux R., Gache K., Rousset E., Sala C., Holsteing S., Nicollet P., Lars F., Guatteo R., Dion F., Calavas D., Bronner A., Perrin J. B., Touratier A. 2018. A pilot program for clinical Q fever surveillance as a first step for a standardized differential diagnosis of abortions: Organizational lessons applied to goats farms. Small Ruminant Research, 163:60-64. [IF19=1.273] DOI: 10.1016/j.smallrumres.2017.09.008.
  • Duchesne A., Vaiman A., Frah M., Floriot S., Legoueix-Rodriguez S., Desmazières A., Fritz S., Beauvallet C., Albaric O., Venot E., Bertaud M., Saintilan R., Guatteo R., Esquerré D., Branchu J., Fleming A., Brice A., Darios F., Vilotte J.-L., Stevanin G., Boichard D., El Hachimi K. H. 2018. Progressive ataxia of Charolais cattle highlights a role of KIF1C in sustainable myelination. PLOS Genetics, 14(8):e1007550 [IF19=5.174] DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1007550.
  • Orsel K., Plummer P., Shearer J., De Buck J., Carter S. D., Guatteo R., Barkema H. W. 2018. Missing pieces of the puzzle to effectively control digital dermatitis. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 65(S1):186-198. [IF19=4.188] DOI: 10.1111/tbed.12729.
  • Ariza J. M., Relun A., Bareille N., Oberle K., Guatteo R. 2017. Effectiveness of collective treatments in the prevention and treatment of bovine digital dermatitis lesions: A systematic review. Journal of Dairy Science, 100(9):7401-7418. [IF19=3.333] DOI: 10.3168/jds.2016-11875.
  • Ben Romdhane R., Beaunée G., Camanes G., Guatteo R., Fourichon C., Ezanno P. 2017. Which phenotypic traits of resistance should be improved in cattle to control paratuberculosis dynamics in a dairy herd: a modelling approach. Veterinary Research, 48(1):62 [IF18=3.117] DOI: 10.1186/s13567-017-0468-8.
  • Duchesne A., Vaiman A., Castille J., Beauvallet C., Gaignard P., Floriot S., Rodríguez S. D., Vilotte J. L., Boulanger L., Passet A., Albaric O., Guillaume F., Boukadiri A., Richard L., Bertaud M., Timsit E., Guatteo R., Jaffrézic F., Calvel P., Helary L., Mahia R., Esquerré D., Péchoux C., Liuu S., Vallat J. M., Boichard D., Slama A., Vilotte J. L. 2017. Bovine and murine models highlight novel roles for SLC25A46 in mitochondrial dynamics and metabolism, with implications for human and animal health. Plos Genetics, 13(4):e1006597 [IF19=5.174] DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1006597.
  • Gache K., Rousset E., Perrin J. B., De Cremoux R., Hosteing S., Jourdain E., Guatteo R., Nicollet P., Touratier A., Calavas D., Sala C. 2017. Estimation of the frequency of Q fever in sheep, goat and cattle herds in France: results of a 3-year study of the seroprevalence of Q fever and excretion level of Coxiella burnetii in abortive episodes. Epidemiology and Infection, 145(15):3131-3142. [IF19=2.152] DOI: 10.1017/S0950268817002308.
  • Relun A., Dorso L., Douart A., Chartier C., Guatteo R., Mazuet C., Popoff M. R., Assié S. 2017. A large outbreak of bovine botulism possibly linked to massive contamination of grass silage by type D/C Clostridium botulinum spores on a farm with dairy and poultry operations. Epidemiology and Infection, 145(16):3477-3485. [IF19=2.152] DOI: 10.1017/S0950268817002382.
  • Sauter-Louis C., Jones B. A., Henning J., Stoll A., Nielen M., Van Schaik G., Smolenaars A., Schouten M., den Uijl I., Fourichon C., Guatteo R., Madouasse A., Nusinovici S., Deprez P., De Vliegher S., Laureyns J., Booth R., Cardwell J. M., Pfeiffer D. U. 2017. Herd-level animal management factors associated with the occurrence of bovine neonatal pancytopenia in calves in a multi-country study. PLoS ONE, 12(7):e0179878 [IF19=2.740] DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0179878.
  • Touzot-Jourde G., Relun A., Cesbron N., Guatteo R. 2017. Subarachnoid anesthesia in sedated calves undergoing umbilical surgery: Comparison of procaine 2% and lidocaine 2% associated with xylazine 2%. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 44(5):1262.e10-1262.e11. [IF19=1.368] DOI: 10.1016/j.vaa.2017.09.022.
  • Le Cozler Y., Guatteo R., Le Dréan E., Turban H., Leboeuf F., Pecceu K., Guinard-Flament J. 2016. IgG1 variations in the colostrum of Holstein dairy cows. Animal, 10(2):230-237 [IF19=2.400] DOI: 10.1017/S1751731115001962.
  • Faure M., Paulmier V., De Boyer des Roches A., Boissy A., Terlouw C., Guatteo R., Cognié J., Courteix C., Durand D. 2015. Douleurs animales. 2. Evaluation et traitement de la douleur chez les ruminants. INRA Productions Animales 28(3):231-242. [IF19=0.741]
  • Floriot S., Vesque C., Rodriguez S., Bourgain-Guglielmetti F., Karaiskou A., Gautier M., Duchesne A., Barbey S., Fritz S., Vasilescu A., Bertaud M., Moudjou M., Halliez S., Cormier-Daire V., E.L. Hokayem J., Nigg E. A., Manciaux L., Guatteo R., Cesbron N., Toutirais G., Eggen A., Schneider-Maunoury S., Boichard D., Sobczak-Thepot J., Schibler L. 2015. C-Nap1 mutation affects centriole cohesion and is associated with a Seckel-like syndrome in cattle. Nature Communications 6:6894. [IF19=12.121] DOI: 10.1038/ncomms7894.
  • Nusinovici S., Madouasse A., Hoch T., Guatteo R., Beaudeau F. 2015. Evaluation of Two PCR Tests for Coxiella burnetii Detection in Dairy Cattle Farms Using Latent Class Analysis. PLoS ONE, 10(12):e0144608. [IF19=2.740] DOI: 10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0144608.
  • Topie-Nikolayenkova O., Grand B., Guatteo R., Touzot-Jourde G. 2015. Cranial spread of 3 volumes of procaine 2% for caudal epidural analgesia in adult dairy cows. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 38(Supplement 1):69-70. [IF19=1.473] DOI: 10.1111/jvp.12246.
  • Clément P., Guatteo R., Delaby L., Rouille B., Philipot J.M., Bareille N. 2014. Short communication: Added value of rumination time for the prediction of dry matter intake in lactating dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science 97(10):6531–6535 [IF19=3.333] DOI: 10.3168/jds.2013-7860.
  • Coignard M., Guatteo R., Veissier I., Lehébel A., Hoogveld C., Mounier L., Bareille N. 2014. Does milk yield reflect the level of welfare in dairy herds? Veterinary Journal 199(1):184-187. [IF19=2.115] DOI: 10.1016/j.tvjl.2013.10.011.
  • De Boyer des Roches A., Veissier I., Coignard M., Bareille N., Guatteo R., Capdeville J., Gilot-Fromont E., Mounier L. 2014. The major welfare problems of dairy cows in French commercial farms: an epidemiological approach. Animal Welfare 23(4):467-478 [IF19=2.041] DOI: 10.7120/09627286.23.4.467.
  • Taurel A.F., Guatteo R., Lehébel A., Joly A., Beaudeau F. 2014. Vaccination using phase I vaccine is effective to control Coxiella burnetii shedding in infected dairy cattle herds. Comparative Immunology Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 37(1):1-9. [IF19=1.573] DOI: 10.1016/j.cimid.2013.10.002.
  • Coignard M., Guatteo R., Veissier I., Roches A. d. B. d., Mounier L., Lehébel A., Bareille N. 2013. Description and factors of variation of the overall health score in French dairy cattle herds using the Welfare Qualityr assessment protocol. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 112(3-4):296-308 [IF19=2.304] DOI: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2013.07.018
  • Jones B., Sauter-Louis C., Henning J., Stoll A., Nielen M., Van Schaik G., Smolenaars A., Schouten M., Uijl I.d., Fourichon C., Guatteo R., Madouasse A., Nusinovici S., Deprez P., De Vliegher S., Laureyns J., Booth R., Cardwell J.M., Pfeiffer D.U. 2013. Calf-Level Factors Associated with Bovine Neonatal Pancytopenia – A Multi-Country Case-Control Study. PLoS One 8(12):e80619 [IF19=2.740]. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0080619.
  • Prunier A., Mounier L., Le Neindre P., Leterrier C., Mormède P., Paulmier V., Prunet P., Terlouw C., Guatteo R. 2013. Identifying and monitoring pain in farm animals: a review. Animal 7(6):998-1010 [IF19=2.400] DOI: 10.1017/S1751731112002406.
  • Relun A., Guatteo R., Auzanneau M. M., Bareille N. 2013. Farmers’ practices, motivators and barriers for adoption of treatments of digital dermatitis in dairy farms. Animal 7(9):1542-1550 [IF19=2.400] DOI: 10.1017/S1751731113000803.
  • Relun A., Lehebel A., Bruggink M., Bareille N., Guatteo R. 2013. Estimation of the relative impact of treatment and herd management practices on prevention of digital dermatitis in French dairy herds. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 110(3–4):558-562 [IF19=2.304] DOI: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2012.12.015.
  • Relun A., Lehebel A., Chesnin A., Guatteo R., Bareille N. 2013. Association between digital dermatitis lesions and test-day milk yield of Holstein cows from 41 French dairy farms. Journal of Dairy Science 96(4):2190-2200 [IF19=3.333] DOI: 10.3168/jds.2012-5934.
  • Seegers H., Bareille N., Guatteo R., Joly A., Chauvin A., Chartier C., Nusinovici S., Peroz C., Roussel P., Beaudeau F., Ravinet N., Relun A., Taurel A. F., Fourichon C. 2013. Epidémiologie et leviers pour la maîtrise de la santé des troupeaux bovins laitiers : approche monographique pour sept maladies majeures. INRA Productions Animales 26(2):157-176 [IF19=0.741].
  • Guatteo R., Joly A., Beaudeau F. 2012. Shedding and serological patterns of dairy cows following abortions associated with Coxiella burnetii DNA detection. Veterinary Microbiology 155(2-4):430-433 [IF19=3.030] DOI: 10.1016/j.vetmic.2011.09.026.
  • Guatteo R., Levionnois O., Fournier D., Guémené D., Latouche K., Leterrier C., Mormède P., Prunier A., Servière J., Terlouw C., Le Neindre P. 2012. Minimising pain in farm animals: the 3S approach: "Suppress, Substitute, Soothe". Animal 6(8):1261-1274 [IF19=2.400] DOI: 10.1017/S1751731112000262.
  • Relun A., Lehebel A., Bareille N., Guatteo R. 2012. Effectiveness of different regimens of a collective topical treatment using a solution of copper and zinc chelates in the cure of digital dermatitis in dairy farms under field conditions. Journal of Dairy Science 95(7):3722-3735 [IF19=3.333] DOI: 10.3168/jds.2011-4983.
  • Taurel A. F., Guatteo R., Joly A., Beaudeau F. 2012. Relationship between the level of antibodies in bulk tank milk and the within-herd seroprevalence of Coxiella burnetii in cows. Epidemiology and Infection 140(9):1710-1713 [IF19=2.152] DOI: 10.1017/S0950268811002275.
  • Taurel A.-F., Guatteo R., Joly A., Beaudeau F. 2012. Effectiveness of vaccination and antibiotics to control Coxiella burnetii shedding around calving in dairy cows. Veterinary Microbiology 159(3-4):432-437 [IF19=3.030] DOI: 10.1016/j.vetmic.2012.04.027.
  • Guatteo R., Seegers H., Taurel A.-F., Joly A., Beaudeau F. 2011. Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii infection in domestic ruminants: A critical review. Veterinary Microbiology 149(1-2):1-16 [IF19=3.030] DOI: 10.1016/j.vetmic.2010.10.007.
  • Porter S. R., Czaplicki G., Mainil J., Guatteo R., Saegerman C. 2011. Q fever: current state of knowledge and perspectives of research of a neglected zoonosis. International Journal of Microbiology 2011:22 p. [IF not available] DOI: 10.1155/2011/248418.
  • Relun A., Guatteo R., Roussel P., Bareille N. 2011. A simple method to score digital dermatitis in dairy cows in the milking parlor. Journal of Dairy Science 94(11):5424-5434 [IF19=3.333] DOI: 10.3168/jds.2010-4054.
  • Taurel A.-F., Guatteo R., Joly A., Seegers H., Beaudeau F. 2011. Seroprevalence of Q fever in naturally infected dairy cattle herds. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 101(1-2):51-57 [IF19=2.304] DOI: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2011.05.005.
  • Marcé C., Guatteo R., Bareille N., Fourichon C. 2010. Dairy calf housing systems across Europe and risk for calf infectious diseases. Animal 4(9):1588-1596 [IF19=2.400] DOI: 10.1017/S1751731110000650.

See also

Raphaël Guatteo's publications on ProdINRA