The Editors are pleased to announce the launch of three new journal sections in BMC Veterinary Research.
-Anesthesiology and pain management
-Head and neck disorders
-Soft tissue surgery
In a study of live Mediterranean loggerhead sea turtles, Citrobacter and Morganella were identified as the most common bacterial genera and digenetic trematodes in the gastrointestinal tract of these animals.
Researchers from Washington State University have shown that bile farming affects bear long-term health and longevity, long after the termination of bile harvesting.
A recent survey of 48 countries worldwide highlights the crucial need to secure funding and international support for implementing long-term control programmes against paratuberculosis.
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Aims and scope
BMC Veterinary Research is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of veterinary science and medicine, including the epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of medical conditions of domestic, companion, farm and wild animals, as well as the biomedical processes that underlie their health.
- Hayley Henderson, BMC
- Cecilia Pennica, BMC
- Sarah Gray, BMC
- Wolfgang Baeumer, Freie Universität Berlin
- Patrick Butaye, Ross University
- Jose J Ceron, University of Murcia
- Johannes Charlier, Kreavet
- Manfred Kietzmann, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover
- Peter Leegwater, Utrecht University
- Cheryl London, The Ohio State University
- Matthew Parker, University of Portsmouth
- Louis Penning, Utrecht University
- Laura Rinaldi, University of Naples Federico II
- Rick Sanchez, Specialistische Dierenkliniek Utrecht
- Ayona Silva-Fletcher, Royal Veterinary College
- Michael Tildesley, University of Warwick
- Holger A Volk, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover
- Lysa Pam Posner, North Carolina State University
- Joshua Stern, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
Epidemiology, welfare and policy
Microbiology and infectious diseases
Surgery and internal medicine
Pathology, physiology and cell biology
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