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Surveillance on the presence of flaviviruses and Chikungunya virus in mosquito vectors
Due to globalization and climate change, exotic mosquitoes were introduced into Europe, contributing to the spread of arboviruses (Amraoui and Failloux, 2016).
Kanamycinresistance of Pasteurella Multocida in rabbits
Pasteurella belongs to the Pasteurellaceaefamily with a wide range group of gram-negative Gamma proteobacteria.The understanding of the molecular basis of P. multocidaand the host predilection is ...
INVESTIGATION INTO THE OCCURRENCE OF WIND SURGERIES IN UK NATIONAL HUNT HORSES OVER 3 SEASONS (2018, 2019, 2020)
Upper respiratory dynamic obstructions are a known causative of ventilation dysfunction and poor performance. The aetiology of dynamic obstructions is not fully elucidated and as such there is a wide variety of surgical ...
Effect of Fermented Wheat Germ Extract and Grape Seed Proanthocyanidins on the Intestinal Epithelial Barrier
Plant originated fermented wheat germ extract (FWGE) and proanthocyanidins, which can be found in high doses in grape seed extract (GSE), displays many beneficial properties, including a reduction of inflammation, ...
An appraisal of common infectious diseases of small ruminants encountered at zone II veterinary clinic, Potiskum, Yobe State, Nigeria: Economic and Public Health implications
Infectious diseases are those diseases caused by an infectious agent or its toxic products. This agent can be transmitted by an infected person, an animal or a reservoir directly or indirectly through a vector which may ...
Canine artificial insemination techniques, past and present: a literature review.
The objective of this literature review is to analyze the available knowledge and data relating to artificial insemination in canines.
The Medicinal Plants in the Maltese Islands and their Ethnoveterinary aspects
In this review, the importance of medicinal plants is discussed. We look intothe metabolites of plants and the resulting active constituents which are responsible for the therapeutic effects these plants possess. ...
New therapeutic approaches supporting the recovery and healing of rabbits with colic
In this thesis it is investigated whether the movement therapy, which is successfully used in horses, can also be used in rabbits.
The Investigation of a Novel Antibiotic Free Therapy to Combat Mastitis in Dairy Cows.
In this thesis chlorine dioxide was investigated as an antibiotic free therapy to combat Prototheca zopfii mastitis in dairy cows. Due the issue of antibiotic withdrawal periods and the developing widespread antibiotic ...
The link between retained foetal membranes and mastitis in postparturient cows. A literature review
Retained foetal membranes (RFM) and mastitis are found on every dairy farm across the globe. RFM has variety of reasons for its occurrence, some of which have bearing on why a cow might contract mastitis.