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Volume 10 Issue 2

Low Viral Pressure Results in Better Growth

Pathogenic micro-organisms are a continuous threat for broilers as they can cause illness, immunosuppression and poor performance. A good start of a broiler flock beg...
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Volume 10 Issue 2

A Pug’s Life

If you are a pug owner, you will know their characteristics already – a mixture between a four-legged clown and a toddler, which is among the many reasons why we all ...
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Volume 10 Issue 2

Latest Trends in Animal Health Testing

According to P&S Intelligence, the global animal pharmaceuticals market is set to grow at a compound annual rate of 6.8 percent between 2021 and 2030, reaching a ...
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Volume 10 Issue 2

Antimicrobial Resistance: A Dark Shadow on Global Public Health

Antibiotics were the one of the revolutionary discoveries of the 20th century while their resistance has turned out to be one of the grievous challenges of the 21st c...
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Volume 10 Issue 2

Focusing on Fibre: Impact on Gastrointestinal Health and Clinical Uses in Dogs and Cats

Defining Fibre Dietary fibre is defined as edible carbohydrate polymers with three or more monomeric units including non-starch polysaccharides, oligosaccharides, an...
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Volume 10 Issue 2

Predominant Eimeria Species in Turkeys: Diagnosis and Control

Turkey coccidiosis is caused by protozoan parasites of genus Eimeria. Eimeria species are ubiquitous in intensive turkey production facilities. Seven Eimeria species ...
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Volume 10 Issue 2

Is Regenerative Medicine the Answer to Canine Osteoarthritis?

Veterinarians across the globe are constantly being challenged to improve their treatments for diseases such as osteoarthritis, but what criteria should they use to m...
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Volume 10 Issue 2

Feed Intake Differences and Variation in the Vitamin E Status in Transition Dairy Cows

Vitamin E is important in the body for its anti-oxidant activity and a deficiency can lead to oxidative stress and immune suppression in peripartum cows. The fatsolub...
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Volume 10 Issue 2

Why Good Tablet Design is Important in Animal Medicine and How to Achieve it

I Holland Just as good tablet design is extremely important in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals for humans, the same applies for animal dosage forms. Tablets are u...
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