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Muhammad Aamir Naseer, Amjad Islam Aqib, Muhammad Shoaib, Iqra Muzammil, Zeeshan Ahmad Bhutta, Iqra Gulzar

Article ID: 1902
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Abstract: Staphylococcus aureus  is an important zoonotic pathogen that is responsible for a variety of infectious diseases in humans and animals. The present study was designed to check the prevalence and antimicrobial resistance of MSSA from three different animal origins (bovine, caprine and pet). A total of n= 450 samples (150 each sourc...
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Jennifer L. MacNicol, Michael I. Lindinger, Anna K. Shoveller, John P. Cant, Wendy Pearson

Article ID: 1559
Views - 300  (Abstract) PDF - 85  (Download)
Abstract: We evaluated the antioxidative and anti-inflammatory potential of daily oral supplementation with a proprietary powdered Cucumis melo pulp (CMP) on exercise-induced markers of articular and muscular oxidative stress and inflammation in 12 horses. Horses performed a high-intensity exercise test immediately prior to, and then following, 3 weeks of daily sup...
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Ziyang Fu, Haikun Liu, Hong Cao, Yongqiang Wang

Article ID: 1929
Views - 191  (Abstract) PDF - 48  (Download)
Abstract: Mastitis is a common disease responsible for the biggest economic loss in the dairy industry. Antibiotic therapy does not provide long-term protection. And residue is a major concern in food safety. Vaccination is an alternative control method with great potential for bovine mastitis. Our study focus on evaluating vaccine efficacy regarding reducing the i...
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Abdoljamal Azar, Saeed Salari, Sedigheh Sargolzaei

Article ID: 2052
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Abstract: Background: Withania somnifera (WS) is proposed as one of the alternatives instead of the antibiotic. This study is aimed to evaluate the inhibitory potency of enzymatic extract of the fruits of the WS. Methods: As an invitro experimental study, the growth rate of Shigella dysenteriae, Salmonella typhimurium, and Escherichia coli inoculated in different c...
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Michael I. Lindinger

Article ID: 1619
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Abstract:In some species of growing mammals glutamine is an essential amino acid that, if inadequate in the diet, is needed for normal growth and development. It is thus sometimes considered to be a conditionally essential amino acid in some species. A review of studies that have measured L-glutamine concentrations ([glutamine]) in horses demonstrates that plasma [gl...
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