Volume 8 Issue 4

Horses Used for Large-Scale Production of Immunoglobulins: An Inter-Species Approach

The use of horse-derived plasma in large-scale production of immunoglobulins is currently adopted worldwide for the treatment of various infectious diseases, such as ...
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Behavioral synchronization in complex societies of feral horses

When testing hypotheses on how horses synchronize their herd behavior, computational modeling is a must. So much more is happening among the many mares, stallions, an...
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Origin of domestic horses finally established

Horses were first domesticated in the Pontic-Caspian steppes, northern Caucasus, before conquering the rest of Eurasia within a few centuries. These are the results o...
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Concern over use of bits in royal horses’ mouths

Michael Fox urged the royal horse brigade to put animal welfare ahead of tradition. Horses showed signs of ‘o...
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Horses ‘read and remember’ human facial expressions

This is the first time it has been shown that horses can remember emotional experiences with specific individuals.[/cap...
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Riding styles can affect movement and lameness

Researchers assess how different riding styles influence movement symmetry Researchers used inertial sensors to assess ...
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Detector puts diagnosis power in clinicians’ hands

Vets looking to diagnose and monitor anaemia can obtain results in 10 seconds with a new haematocrit/haemoglobin detector from Vet Direct. The AniPoc Handheld Monitor...
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