pug
Volume 4 Issue 2

A Pug’s Life

In this editorial, Justine Marie Chambers, who is working in animal transport and relocation as well as being a proud pug owner, talks through pugs’ …

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frenchie
Volume 4 Issue 2

Leadership Lessons from Extraordinarily Successful Executives – Part 2

Denni O. Day, BS, BSN, RN, MSPH, the founder, President, and CEO of VetPharm, Inc., presents Part 2 of Extraordinarily Successful Leaders. She sets about …

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magnesium
Volume 4 Issue 2

The Revolutionary Solution Transforming the Veterinary Market – Magnesium Alloys

The veterinary industry is facing the same challenges as the medical industry. A new state-of-the-art solution which has recently been developed for use in the …

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profitable
Volume 4 Issue 2

Profitable Modernisation For Those Who Are Used to Saving Money

Marketing and financial departments analyse and calculate basic indicators which are later introduced into the company’s development strategy and further investments in production. In this …

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galvmed
Volume 4 Issue 2

Innovation and Collaboration: Combatting the Endemic Threat of Brucellosis

Brucellosis is no longer a major concern to veterinarians and farmers in most developed countries, thanks to longterm control programmes. Amy Tranzillo, Project Manager at …

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gut-bacteria
Volume 4 Issue 2

Microfloral Rehabilitation: Normalisation of Gut Function

This piece by Dr Richard Murphy, Research Director at Alltech Bioscience Centre, provides new insights into the specific and reproducible effects of MRF supplementation on …

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Monoclonal antibodies. Computer artwork of monoclonal antibodies approaching and binding to a target cell (white). These Y-shaped antibodies are engineered to be identical and specific to only one type of antigen (gold) on the surface of their target. Because of their specificity they can be used to deliver cytotoxic (cell destroying) agents to specific cells without affecting other cells in the body.
Volume 4 Issue 2

Anti-Nerve Growth Factor Monoclonal Antibodies for Chronic Pain Control in Cats and Dogs: A Review of Clinical Outcomes

Chronic pain management is an area of major clinical importance. Multiple prevalent conditions in veterinary species are associated with pain and disability and the limitations …

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worms
Volume 4 Issue 2

Tackling the Worms that Turned: PARAGONE, an EU Project on Parasite Vaccines

In this article, Professor Jacqueline B Matthews of Moredun Research Institute gives an insight into the PARAGONE Vaccine Development Project, the EU Horizon 2020-funded multicellular …

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micotoxinas
Volume 4 Issue 2

Six Detrimental Effects of Mycotoxins on the Gastrointestinal Health of Poultry

Contamination of feed commodities by moulds and mycotoxins is considered to be one of the most important negative factors in crop production and animal feed …

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diagnostics
Volume 4 Issue 2

Regulation of Diagnostics in Animal Health – Is It Needed?

Renewed interest in the development of diagnostics for animal infections and diseases is motivated by the belief that suitable diagnostics will assist in the control …

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