ISSN: 2661-3867 (Online)

Veterinary Science Research is a peer-reviewed, open-access academic journal specializing in the publication of high quality and insightful  review and research articles related to all basic and clinical areas of veterinary medicine and animal sciences.

Veterinary Science Research aims to discover innovative methods, theories and studies in Veterinary Science by publishing original articles, case studies and comprehensive reviews. Note: from Volume 4 Issue 1, Veterinary Science Research will undergo a name change to Journal of Advances in International Veterinary Research

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Wildlife medicine
  • Animal biology
  • Animal drug
  • Veterinary anatomical pathology
  • Veterinary clinical pathology
  • Veterinary immunology
  • Zoonotic
  • Veterinary public health

Submission Preparation Checklist

By submitting a manuscript to the journal, the Author(s) verifies that the following items have been met:
  1. The submission has not been previously published under another journal, or is currently under consideration for another journal.
  2. The submission format should be in Microsoft Word. Other word processing software may be considered.
  3. DOIs or URLs have been provided wherever possible in the Reference List.
  4. The document(s) have been formatted according to the requirements under Author Guidelines. The placement of illustrations, figures, graphs, tables, and equations have been integrated into the main manuscript.
  5. Instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed in order to comply with the double-blind peer review process employed.

Volume 3, Issue 2 (2021)

Table of Contents


Guozhong Zhang, Jia Xue, Xiao Li

Article ID: 4098
Views - 371  (Abstract) PDF - 54  (Download)
Abstract: The Newcastle disease virus (NDV) negative-strand RNA genome contains six genes. These genes encode nucleoprotein (NP), phosphoprotein (P), matrix protein (M), fusion protein (F), hemagglutinin-neuraminidase (HN), and RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (L) proteins. The six proteins affect the virulence of NDV in differ...
Jallailudeen Rabana Lawal, Umar Isa IBRAHIM, Abdullahi Abubakar BIU, Hassan Ismail MUSA

Article ID: 4127
Views - 148  (Abstract) PDF - 33  (Download)
Abstract: Reports of avian malaria parasites in village chicken in Nigeria generally remain fragmentary and scarce. The study was conducted in Gombe Local Government Area of Gombe State, Nigeria to investigate avian malaria parasites in Village Chickens ( Gallus gallus domesticus ) and to determine the risk factors associated with the prevalence of the haemo...
Tran Thi Quynh Lan, Tran Trong Kha

Article ID: 4074
Views - 169  (Abstract) PDF - 29  (Download)
Abstract: Two groups of hens (control and immunization group) were arranged in an experimental design with an immunization schedule of 3 injections of BSA antigen. IgY antibodies were extracted from egg yolks by two precipitation processes (chloroform and polyethylene glycol precipitates) and quantified using a standard curve of protein concentration. The purificat...
Amjad Islam Aqib, Afshan Muneer, Muhammad Shafeeq, Nimra Kirn

Article ID: 4119
Views - 208  (Abstract) PDF - 38  (Download)
Abstract: Studies have reported on the economic impacts of clinical and subclinical mastitis on dairy farms. Bovine mastitis is a disorder that affects dairy farms and has a major economic impact. Most of the economic losses are the result of mastitis. Mastitis is an invasive infection that is among the most numerous and highly complicated infections in the dairy s...
José Alfredo Villagómez-Cortés, Blanca Leydi Guevara-Torres, Luis Antonio Landin-Grandvallet, Alberto Tirado-Madrid

Article ID: 4126
Views - 162  (Abstract) PDF - 19  (Download)
Abstract: The rapid weight gain and fast muscle growth due to intense genetic selection and improved nutrition for additional breast muscle in broiler commercial strains affect chickens health. In order to compare the main locomotive problems in broilers of Cobb and Ross strains, two pens from a commercial farm in Veracruz, Mexico were used. The first pen housed 16...



Note: Journal name has been changed


From 2022 (Volume 4)Veterinary Science Research will change its name to Journal of Advances in International Veterinary Research. For new submissions from now on, please submit them in our new websiteWelcome all scholars' attention and support.

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Posted: March 25,2022
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