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Background: Diagnosis as well as management of arrhythmias in dogs can be challenging for veterinary practitioners. The aim was to describe ECG availability and use, as well as the diagnostic and therapeutic experiences and preferences of Flemish veterinarians regarding cardiac arrhythmias in dogs. Methods: Cross-sectional online survey among ve...
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Heterologous prime-boost vaccination with experimental or commercial influenza vaccines has been successful in various animal species. In this study, we have examined the efficacy of alternating 3 different European commercial swine influenza A virus (swIAV) vaccines: the trivalent Respiporc ® FLU3 (TIV), the bivalent GRIPORK ® (BIV) and the monova...
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Editorial Veterinary conduct medication is generally new, and its evolution might experience the ill effects of a hazy personality, in light of the fact that such countless divergent gatherings who are not rooted in veterinary medication have taken part in its advancement. Previously, social issues of buddy creatures were not managed by veterinaria...
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Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli (EPEC) produce attaching/effacing (AE) lesions and cause non-bloody diarrhea in mammals. A minority of bovine EPEC belong to one of the ten classical serotypes of human and bovine AE-STEC. The purpose of this study was to identify five non-classical O serotypes (O123/186, O156, O177, O182, and O183) among bovine EP...
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The hemostasis system is designed to ensure the integrity of the body's internal environment, stop bleeding, and maintain a liquid state of blood in the vascular channel. Modern biological and veterinary science presents highly fragmented and scarce data containing clinical and diagnostic clotting characteristics in different fish species. An essen...
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Amaç: Bu çalışmanın amacı Nerium oleander distilatının hiperkolesterolemik sıçanların serum biyokimyasal parametreleri üzerindeki etkisini değerlendirmektir. Gereç ve Yöntem: 30 erkek Sprague-Dawley rattan oluşan üç eşit grup oluşturuldu. Kontrol grubu için herhangi bir uygulama yapılmadı. İkinci gruba yüksek kolesterol diyeti verilirken, üçüncü gr...
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La curricularización del profesionalismo y la construcción de profesionalidad en medicina veterinaria son ejes de los nuevos diseños curriculares a nivel internacional. El objetivo de este trabajo fue realizar un análisis exploratorio de las concepciones de estudiantes de primer año sobre el profesionalismo, las características de un buen profesion...
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The ductus arteriosus (DA) and foramen ovale (FO), including the septum primum (SP) and septum secundum (SS), are important structures in fetal circulation and are unexplored in neonatal equids. The objective of this study is to describe echocardiographic characteristics in a hospital-based population of neonatal foals. On days 2, 5 and 10 after pa...
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The EPIC consortium brings together experts from a wide range of fields that include clinical, molecular and basic microbiology, infectious diseases, computational biology and chemistry, drug discovery and design, bioinformatics, biochemistry, biophysics, pharmacology, toxicology, veterinary sciences, environmental sciences, and epidemiology. The m...
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Keywords Abbreviations https://IJVST.um.ac.ir In addition to the well-studied effects in regulating calcium and phosphorus balance, vitamin D has many non-cal-cemic effects that include acting as an immune modulator or an antioxidant. Cows acquire vitamin D either from photosynthesis in the skin or through swallowing fungi in the forage or vitamin...
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In standard historical accounts, the hyperlethal 1918 flu pandemic was inevitable once a novel influenza virus appeared. However, in the years following the pandemic, it was obvious to distinguished flu experts from around the world that social and environmental conditions interacted with infectious agents and could enhance the virulence of flu ger...
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Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) infections are one of the most prevalent causes of post-weaning diarrhea in piglets, resulting in morbidity, mortality and elevated use of antibiotics. The emergence and further spread of antimicrobial resistance together with the growing demand for high quality animal protein requires the identification of n...
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Personality types are related to trustworthy, reliable, and competent communication, especially when dealing with clients. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate whether the Myers–Briggs (MBTI) indicator could be used to detect differences in the personality preferences of students at the Veterinary Faculty, University of Ljubljana...
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Both the direct effects of infectious diseases on animals and the measures taken to reduce the likelihood of disease transmission can result in significant economic losses. The development of quick and accurate diagnostic procedures to facilitate the practical implementation of infectious disease prevention and control actions in livestock. To dete...
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This study aims to analyze the open-access research productivity of Indian authors in the field of veterinary sciences published during 2011-2020. The authors examined 2,52,275 indexed literature on veterinary sciences in general and 2,500 records particularly by the Indian authors as indexed in the Scopus database. The analysis was carriedout usin...
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Canine parvovirus is a deadly virus affecting the Canid family, causing virus-induced destruction of rapidly dividing haemopoietic precursor cells such as crypts of intestinal epithelial cells, thymus, lymph nodes, bone marrow precursor cells, blood cells and cardiac cells leading to multi-organ dysfunctions. The aim of this study was to determine...
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Animal diets now a days contain a wide range of plant-based materials, as well as rendered animals and animal waste, antibiotics, and vitamins. Various feed components are utilised in the meal, depending on the animal. Animals will need to be supplemented during late pregnancy, early lactation, or rapid growth to ensure that requirements are satisf...
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The anti-oxidative influence of Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT) in three extenders on chilled semen of red Sokoto bucks and conception rates in does was evaluated. Twenty matured red Sokoto bucks were selected for this study. Two ejaculates were collected from each buck per week for a period of 4 weeks. Semen was collected from bucks using a battery...
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The growth of human population has led, in recent years, to increasingly frequent contacts with the wild animals with which we share the territory, sometimes leading to negative interactions with them. The purpose of the study is to apply the codes contained in the 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) method to inv...
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Acute paraquat (PQ) toxicity induces redox cycling leading to fatality in both man and animals with clinical management being supportive therapy due to lack of specific and effective antidote. This study thus aimed at determining the sero-biochemical and pathological changes induced by acute PQ administration in male rats and the mitigating role of...
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This study investigated the impact of poultry management systems (intensive and extensive) on selenium and zinc concentrations and heterophil to lymphocyte ratio in chickens. Sixty chickens comprising 20 broilers, 20 local chickens and 20 layers obtained from poultry markets and houses around Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria were used in this study. Five...
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Cystic Echinococcosis, among other food animal zoonotic diseases, heralds a significant zoonotic threat to meat consumers due to the lack of stringent meat inspection policies and poor awareness of zoonoses by most livestock traders/butchers. Therefore, this study is aimed at determining the prevalence of hydatid cysts in camels slaughtered at kats...
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Different university degrees focus on students acquiring theoretical and practical knowledge, aiming to develop their professional activity in the future. However, the usual study plans often forget other skills that will be very useful for the correct performance of their professional activity. In the case of veterinarians, these can range from di...
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Abstract This study aimed to evaluate the sleep modulating properties of Strychnos spinosa and Strychnos innocua fruits in Swiss albino mice. The depressant effect of the extracts on the central nervous system was studied using a diazepam-induced sleep model in mice. The mice were divided into four groups of six mice each. The test groups receiv...
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Yatsenko, I. V., & Kazantsev, R. H. (2021). The procedure of conducting an animal's corpse forensic veterinary examination in the dissecting room of specialized expert institution. The article formulates a conducting of an animal's corpse forensic veterinary examination. It is shown, that an animal corpse forensic veterinary examination is carried...
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Background: The fore and hind limbs of the elephant are arranged in an almost vertical position under the body, similar to a pillar or leg of a table rather than being in the angular position seen in many other quadruped mammals to support great weight. The aim of this study is to elucidate the osteological outline on the humerus of Elephants, ther...
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Manuscripts are invited for the Journal of Domestic Animal Practice and Research which covers all subjects of Veterinary Sciences and its allied branches. Kindly submit manuscripts by login to www.medvet,.co.in or directly to editorjdapr@medvet.co.im or editorjdapr@gmail.com
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The teaching of veterinary anatomy was started in line with the establishment of the first veterinary school in Lyon in 1762. During this time fewer tools and techniques were available for displaying and visualization of organs in order to teach anatomy. Over the years, many methods, tools, and techniques that are essential for veterinary students...
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Ante la escasa eficacia de los ectoparasiticidas en el control de garrapatas Boophilus microplus en bovinos, se realizó la investigación entre los años 2008 y 2011 en las provincias de Cutervo, Rioja y Coronel Portillo; con la finalidad de detectar resistencia a los garrapaticidas de uso más frecuente. Se aplicó el test biogarrapaticidograma en el...
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Cryptosporidium species are apicomplexan parasites commonly associated with diarrhoea in both men and animals. They are of public health importance. The study aimed to determine the occurrence of Cryptosporidium species in cattle in the Yola metropolitan area, Adamawa State, Nigeria. Four hundred and sixteen (416) faecal samples were collected from...
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Career in Veterinary Science – Loving and caring nature for animals can unlock a career option. A career in Veterinary science is all about medical professionals who provide treatment to animals. These professionals are better known as veterinarians and are trained in diagnosing, treating, and researching medical conditions and diseases of pets or...
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The most common cause of death in village chickens is Newcastle disease (ND). A study was conducted to evaluate the seroprevalence of ND in the three senatorial zones of Plateau State using the haemagglutination inhibition (HI) test. Blood samples were collected from 389 village chickens of various ages and sexes that were maintained on extensive s...
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Knowing the importance of mathematics and its relationship with veterinary medicine plays an important role for students. To promote interest in this relationship, we developed the workshop “Math in Nature” that utilizes the surrounding environment for stimulating pattern-recognition and observational skills. It consisted of four sections: A talk b...
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THE AIM of the present study was to assess the efficacy of intrauterine infusion of silver nanoparticles for the treatment of endometritis in cows. The research was carried out in a dairy cow field with Iraqi breed cows. The study involved 20 cows with clinical endometritis (CE). cows were randomly allocated into two groups (G1and G2). Clinical end...
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Background: In recent years, many countries around the world have been threatened by COVs. The aim of this study was to better grasp developments and trends in research on coronavirus around the world and to promote theoretical research into their prevention and control. Methods: Research on coronavirus was reviewed and analyzed using bibliometr...
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THIS study was aimed to prepare a live attenuated vaccine by a new method from local methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) isolate as a trial to control bovine mastitis. The isolated MRSA was confirmed by PCR, then live attenuated vaccine was prepared by a new method using 3% H2O2 followed by serial passage thirty times. Wistar albino...
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Introduction: Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) is a highly contagious viral disease of domestic and wild cloven-hoofed animals including, cattle, buffalo, sheep, goat, pig, and water buffalo, and also wild species. The disease is caused by Foot and Mouth Virus (FMDV) belongs to the family Picornaviridae and genus Aphthovirus. The serotype O was mainly...
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Music is essential for human development, and its distribution throughout almost all individual and social environments has generated significant research far beyond the arts, as it has become a subject of inquiry in academic learning. To analyze the influence of music habits on academic performance, 123 undergraduate students were voluntarily surv...
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The tutorial presents educational and methodological materials for studying system-cognitive modeling in AIC. Detailed numerical examples of the use of Automated System-Cognitive Analysis (ASK-analysisASC-analysis) and its software tools - the intelligent system "Eidos" for solving problems in mechanization, agronomy and veterinary science are give...
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Risk is a probability that an unfavorable event or harm (e.g., illness) will occur due to exposure to a hazard. Hazard is the agent or factor that brings about harm. It may be a pathogenic agent, a characteristic of an individual or of the herd, or some extrinsic factors (e.g., the environment) that causes or increases the likelihood of harm. Harm...
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Sense of hearing is of crucial importance for dogs to perform their duties.There is no study to determine the reference latency intervals of dogs' sense of hearing.The aim of this study is to identify normative data that can be used as the reference interval for the wave latencies I,III and V at 80 dB with respect to the sense of hearing of Kangal...
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The Egyptian red fox (Vulpes vulpes aegyptiaca) and Egyptian Baladi dog (Canis familiaris) are two members of the Family Canidae that are widely distributed in Egypt. The skulls of different Canid species vary greatly in their size and shape; therefore, they can be used as a tool to study the evolution and evolutionary history of these animals. The...
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Disasters whether natural or man-made have extreme impacts on human, animal, and environmental health. Disasters also influence economies and societies. Traditionally, the primary concern of disaster management was focused on saving human lives, but now animal welfare-related issues have also gathered enough impetus. During present times, close col...
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Background: Study on the reproductive health of dogs is a matter of concern since it affects the existence of future generation. There are various reproductive ailments that may affect a dog in its lifetime. The present study was aimed to find out the incidence of different reproductive disorders in canine populations reported at the Veterinary Cli...
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Luz del Carmen Gastélum López 3 1 Inst. Investigaciones en Ciencias Veterinarias, UABC. alejandromtz@uabc.edu.mx. 2 El Colegio de la Frontera Norte A.C. jza61@colef.mx. 3 CBTAo #41. luzgastelum41@uemstaycm.sems.gob Resumen Se estudia una política de organización de productores a través del caso del Sistema Producto Trigo Baja California. Se evalúa...
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B ACKGROUND: Pregabalin is an anticonvulsant medication. It's been utilized as an analgesic in animals to treat neuropathic pain that doesn't respond to NSAIDs or opiates. Objective: This study aimed to investigate the potential antipyretic, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory effects of pregabalin in chicks as a model. Methods: A randomized controlle...
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The birds are of the important animals as bioindicators of ecocystems. In this regard, revealing their abundance or their behavior is substantial in order to understand the probable alterations in a certain region. As all studies, the number of documents are increasing day by day in this field. As the case of the high number of documents, reducing...
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Despite the passage of over 30 years since its discovery, the importance of feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) on the health and longevity of infected domestic cats is hotly debated amongst feline experts. Notwithstanding the absence of good quality information, Australian and New Zealand (NZ) veterinarians should aim to minimise the exposure of c...
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A large number of gluten-free baking mixes for making homemade bakery products can be found on the market, in addition to ready-made products – both unpacked and packed. The main objective of this study was to examine the current situation regarding the sensory quality of commercially available gluten-free bakery products on the Czech market. In to...
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Brucellosis is a zoonotic disease with worldwide distribution. Brucella suis serotype 1 is thought to be maintained in the Australian feral pig population, with disease prevalence higher in Queensland (Qld) than New South Wales (NSW). Pig hunting is a popular recreational activity in rural Qld and NSW, with feral pigs in these states thought to car...
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Multidrug resistance among pathogenic bacteria is imperilling the worth of antibiotic infection, which has become an emerging problem, which previously transformed the veterinary sciences. Since its discovery, many antibiotics have been effective in treating bacterial infections in animals. Escherichia coli, a bacterium, is one of the reservoirs of...
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Reduced and responsible antimicrobial use leads to a lower risk of developing antimicrobial resistance. Raised Without Antibiotics (RWA) is a certification label that is recognized in only a few countries, and it is often unclear what the specific criteria and characteristics of RWA farms are. The objectives of this study were to describe the crite...
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In the midst of recent European activism against religious slaughter, the idea that religious slaughter is cruel to animals is often seen as commonsense, and the mandatory pre-slaughter stunning is often portrayed as the moral technology that assures animal welfare. Nevertheless, this portrayal seems to blur the fact that the current notion of anim...
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has developed as an interdisciplinary science based on computers and is concerned with building machines and equipment which use human intelligence to perform a particular task. The role of AI is manifold in our day-today lives. With high penetration among people in different societies, AI has transformed the way of liv...
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Resumo. Esta revisão tem o objetivo de discutir a análise técnica do exame de corpo de delito em perícias de bem-estar para identificar os pontos críticos na investigação do sistema de produção de bovinos leiteiros. Nos últimos anos as perícias bem-estar e maus-tratos aos animais tem assumido um papel relevante em virtude dos avanços nas legislaçõe...
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T HE aim of the present study was to assess the morphology of patella on tangential radiographs in healthy dogs and dogs affected with grade II and III medial patellar luxation (MPL). The study was done on 57 dogs (42 with MPL and 15 healthy) from Mini-Pinscher, Pomeranian, Yorkshire Terrier, and Chihuahua breeds. Seven morphometric parameters asso...
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This article reports on the profiles of the National Agricultural Research Systems (NARS) in the three Maghreb countries: Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, through their research policies, human resources, governance, funding and scientific production. A bibliometric study was carried out for the three selected countries based on the Scopus database co...
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Rabies is a preventable, viral, infectious disease caused by the Rabies lyssavirus, which affects the central nervous system in all mammals and, where inoculated, produces an acute progressive encephalitis with a mortality rate close to 100%. This article reports a case of rabies in a bat belonging to the Genera Eptesicus that was assisted in the W...
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A Holstein Friesian cow with an ongoing 276 days gestation was presented at Veterinary Clinical Complex, College of Veterinary Science, Khanapara, Guwahati with a history of restlessness, inappetance and frequent lying down and rising up. Clinical findings included tachypnic (35/minute), tachycardic (80 bpm) and 101.2 • F body temperature. Per-rect...
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Keywords: Gastro-Intestinal Infections; Weather Patterns; Lambs; Roundworms; Coccidia Citation: MS Jansen., et al. "Prevalence of Gastro-Intestinal Parasites on Weaned Dohne Merino Lambs in Mixed Veld of the Eastern Cape, South Africa". EC Veterinary Science 5.3 (2020): 01-04. The aim of the study was to investigate the effects of weather patterns...
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Antibacterial activities of essential oils (EOs) of three widely used herbal elements of cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum J.Presl), eucalyptus (Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh.), and thyme (Zataria multiflora Boiss.), whose antimicrobial effects are indirectly described in the old literature of Persian medicine as antiseptic agents and treatments of disea...
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The present investigation was carried out to study the incidence and etiological factors, including haemato-biochemical changes associated with anaemia in goats presented at Veterinary Clinical Complex of the College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry Anand for 2 years. Total 559 goats were suspected of anaemia, and 80 (14.31 %) goats were...
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Coronaviruses have been responsible for major epidemic crises in 2003 with SARS-CoV-1, in 2012 with MERS-CoV and in 2019 with SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), causing serious atypical pneumonia in humans. We intend, with this systematic analysis and meta-analysis, to clarify the prevalence of the various strains of coronavirus in different animal species. Fo...
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Introduction Brucellosis is a chronic granulomatous infection causing a significant economic and health loss in animal husbandry. Goat, cattle, sheep, dog, and swine are the natural animal hosts [1]. The causative agent for brucellosis is the genus Brucella; nine different species of Brucella are currently known, the main causative species for the...
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Keywords Abbreviations https://IJVST.um.ac.ir Serotonin (5-HT) plays an underpinning role in appetite regulation and the opioid system has a role in the modulation of the ingestion behavior in birds. The current survey was aimed to evaluate the effect of opioid receptors on sero-tonin-induced hypophagia in neonatal broilers. During experiments, foo...
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Background: Query fever (Q fever), caused by Coxiella burnetii, is a highly infectious zoonotic infection to humans and livestock. Despite extensive efforts to develop effective vaccines against this disease, only one vaccine is licensed and available. The aim of this study was to investigate the global research trends, keystone bibliometric parame...
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The development of food and feed additives involves the design of materials with specific properties that enable the desired function while minimizing the adverse effects related with their interference with the concurrent complex biochemistry of the living organisms. Often, the development process is heavily dependent on costly and time-consuming...