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Global Experts Take a Fresh Look at Companion Animal Parasites, with the Cat in Mind

Pet ownership is changing; the planet is changing, and this is bringing parasites into the spotlight. Over 40 leading parasitologists, veterinary clinicians, pharmacologists, and expert …

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The Sustainable Veterinary Plan for the Future What it Looks Like and How to Action it

This summer has seen unprecedented temperatures in the UK and across Europe. Most people see this as a consequence of humankind’s activities over the last …

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International Responses to the Emerging Threat of Antimicrobial Resistance

The problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is not confined to a few countries but rather is a challenge that affects the entire world. The extent …

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Lumpy Skin Disease: Tackling a Global Threat

Lumpy skin disease (LSD) is a highly infectious disease of cattle and Asian water buffalo caused by the lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV). The virus …

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Evaluation of Teat Cup Disinfection with Hot Water in a Staphylococcus Aureus Mastitis Model

Mastitis pathogens can be transmitted from cow to cow through teat cup liners that contain remnants of milk of infected cows. This transmission can be …

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Is it Safe & Effective? Clinical Studies Evaluating Veterinary Medicines: Increasing Focus on High Quality and Representativeness

This is the third article in the “From Molecule to Market” series, where the challenges to successfully run a clinical program for the registration of …

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Understanding the Mycotoxin Challenge in Laying and Breeding Birds

Mycotoxins: A Problematic Puzzle There are many stressors associated with intensive rearing practices in poultry production systems, one of which is mycotoxins. Mycotoxins are natural …

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Evaluation of the Behavioral and Productive Effect of Frequencymodified Music in Piglets in a Commercial Production System

In swine production, one of the stages, where there is a higher percentage of mortality, is between the birth and the weaning of piglets. The …

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Feed and Feed Additives Regulation: Thailand and Vietnam

As anyone working for a multinational company will be aware, the regulatory requirements and registration procedures for a category of products can be very different …

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