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  1. Conjugated linoleic acids (CLAs) are receiving increasing attention because of their beneficial effects on human health, with milk and meat products derived from ruminants as important sources of CLA in the hu...

    Authors: Elda Dervishi, Carmen Serrano, Margalida Joy, Malena Serrano, Clementina Rodellar and Jorge H Calvo

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:40

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  2. The transport of livestock can have major implications for their welfare, and there is strong public interest and scientific endeavour aimed at ensuring that the welfare of transported animals is optimal. The ...

    Authors: Bernadette Earley, Margaret Murray and Daniel J Prendiville

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:38

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  3. Weaning involves the permanent separation of the calf from the dam and has been shown to be stressful for both. The objectives of this study were to characterise the effect of i) abrupt weaning and ii) subsequ...

    Authors: Eilish M Lynch, Bernadette Earley, Mark McGee and Sean Doyle

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:37

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  4. Escherichia coli serogroup O157:H7 has emerged as an important zoonotic bacterial pathogen, causing a range of symptoms from self-limiting bloody diarrhea to severe hemorrhagic colitis and hemolytic-uremic syndro...

    Authors: Sangeeta Khare, Walid Alali, Shuping Zhang, Doris Hunter, Roberta Pugh, Ferric C Fang, Stephen J Libby and L Garry Adams

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:35

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  5. Canine behavioural problems, in particular aggression, are important reasons for euthanasia of otherwise healthy dogs. Aggressive behaviour in dogs also represents an animal welfare problem and a public threat...

    Authors: Jørn Våge, Tina B Bønsdorff, Ellen Arnet, Aage Tverdal and Frode Lingaas

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:34

    Content type: Research article

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  6. Squirrel poxvirus (SQPV) is highly pathogenic to red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris), and is a significant contributing factor to the local extinction of the species in most parts of England and Wales, where infecti...

    Authors: Janus W Atkin, Alan D Radford, Karen P Coyne, Jenny Stavisky and Julian Chantrey

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:33

    Content type: Research article

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  7. Ruminant mycoplasmoses are important diseases worldwide and several are listed by the World Organization for Animal Health to be of major economic significance. In France the distribution of mycoplasmal specie...

    Authors: Myriam Chazel, Florence Tardy, Dominique Le Grand, Didier Calavas and François Poumarat

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:32

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  8. Currently, the highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAIV) of the subtype H5N1 is believed to have reached an endemic cycle in Vietnam. We used routine surveillance data on HPAIV H5N1 poultry outbreaks in ...

    Authors: Ricardo J Soares Magalhães, Dirk U Pfeiffer and Joachim Otte

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:31

    Content type: Research article

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  9. Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) is divided into a European and North American genotype. East European PRRSV isolates have been found to be of the European genotype, but form differe...

    Authors: Uladzimir U Karniychuk, Marc Geldhof, Merijn Vanhee, Jan Van Doorsselaere, Tamara A Saveleva and Hans J Nauwynck

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:30

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  10. In Zambia, translocation of wildlife from National Parks to private owned game ranches demands that only animals free of infectious diseases that could adversely affect the expansion of the wildlife industry s...

    Authors: Hetron M Munang'andu, Victor M Siamudaala, Wigganson Matandiko, Musso Munyeme, Mwelwa Chembensofu and Enala Mwase

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:29

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  11. Bovine Tuberculosis (BTB) is a widespread and endemic disease of cattle in Ethiopia. Information relating to genotypic characteristics of Mycobacterium bovis strains affecting the cattle population in Ethiopia is...

    Authors: Demelash Biffa, Eystein Skjerve, James Oloya, Asseged Bogale, Fekadu Abebe, Ulf Dahle, Jon Bohlin and Berit Djønne

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:28

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  12. Fleece rot (FR) and body-strike of Merino sheep by the sheep blowfly Lucilia cuprina are major problems for the Australian wool industry, causing significant losses as a result of increased management costs coupl...

    Authors: Wendy JM Smith, Yutao Li, Aaron Ingham, Eliza Collis, Sean M McWilliam, Tom J Dixon, Belinda J Norris, Suzanne I Mortimer, Robert J Moore and Antonio Reverter

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:27

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  13. The bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) epidemic presented homogeneity of the phenotype. This classical BSE (called C-type) was probably due to the contamination of the food chain by a single prion strain. ...

    Authors: Alexandre Dobly, Jan Langeveld, Lucien van Keulen, Caroline Rodeghiero, Stéphanie Durand, Riet Geeroms, Patrick Van Muylem, Jessica De Sloovere, Emmanuel Vanopdenbosch and Stefan Roels

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:26

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  14. Susceptibility of sheep to scrapie infection is known to be modulated by the PrP genotype of the animal. In the Netherlands an ambitious scrapie control programme was started in 1998, based on genetic selectio...

    Authors: Thomas J Hagenaars, Marielle B Melchior, Alex Bossers, Aart Davidse, Bas Engel and Fred G van Zijderveld

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:25

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  15. Following EU decision 2003/100/EC Member States have recently implemented sheep breeding programmes to reduce the prevalence of sheep with TSE susceptible prion genotypes. The present paper investigates the pr...

    Authors: Marielle B Melchior, Jack J Windig, Thomas J Hagenaars, Alex Bossers, Aart Davidse and Fred G van Zijderveld

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:24

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  16. Genetic predisposition to scrapie in sheep is associated with several variations in the peptide sequence of the prion protein gene (PRNP). DNA-based tests for scoring PRNP codons are essential tools for eradicati...

    Authors: Michael P Heaton, Kreg A Leymaster, Theodore S Kalbfleisch, Brad A Freking, Timothy PL Smith, Michael L Clawson and William W Laegreid

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:23

    Content type: Methodology article

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  17. In contrast to most pastoral systems, the Somali livestock production system is oriented towards domestic trade and export with seasonal movement patterns of herds/flocks in search of water and pasture and tow...

    Authors: Angel Ortiz-Pelaez, Dirk U Pfeiffer, Stefano Tempia, F Tom Otieno, Hussein H Aden and Riccardo Costagli

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:22

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  18. Awareness of bovine tuberculosis (BTB) by cattle owners is of extreme importance to policy makers when considering mitigation. However, to our knowledge, little is known on cattle owners' awareness of BTB in Z...

    Authors: Musso Munyeme, John B Muma, Hetron M Munang'andu, Clovice Kankya, Eystein Skjerve and Morten Tryland

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:21

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  19. After bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) emerged in European cattle livestock in 1986 a fundamental question was whether the agent established also in the small ruminants' population. In Switzerland transm...

    Authors: Chantal Häusermann, Heinzpeter Schwermer, Anna Oevermann, Alice Nentwig, Andreas Zurbriggen, Dagmar Heim and Torsten Seuberlich

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:20

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  20. Despite an increasing preference of consumers for beef produced from more extensive pasture-based production systems and potential human health benefits from the consumption of such beef, data regarding the he...

    Authors: Alexandre Lejeune, Frank J Monahan, Aidan P Moloney, Bernadette Earley, Alistair D Black, Deirdre P Campion, Tanya Englishby, Petrina Reilly, John O'Doherty and Torres Sweeney

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:19

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  21. In autoimmune haemolytic anaemia (AIHA), autoreactive antibodies directed against red blood cells are up-regulated, leading to erythrocyte death. Mycoplasma suis infections in pigs induce AIHA of both the warm an...

    Authors: Kathrin M Felder, Katharina Hoelzle, Karl Heinritzi, Mathias Ritzmann and Ludwig E Hoelzle

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:18

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  22. Since 2002, an active surveillance program for transmissible spongiform encephalopathy in small ruminants in European Union countries allowed identification of a considerable number of atypical cases with simi...

    Authors: Ana B Rodríguez-Martínez, Joseba M Garrido, Sonia Maza, Leyre Benedicto, Mariví Geijo, Nieves Gómez, Esmeralda Minguijón, Sylvie L Benestad and Ramón A Juste

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:17

    Content type: Case report

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  23. Cell adhesion is an important regulator of cell growth and motility. Recently the hepatocyte cell adhesion molecules 1 and 2 (HEPACAM1 and 2), members of the immunoglobulin family of adhesion genes, have been ...

    Authors: Robert Klopfleisch, Patricia Klose, Afonso da Costa, Leo Brunnberg and Achim D Gruber

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:15

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  24. Atypical scrapie was first identified in Norwegian sheep in 1998 and has subsequently been identified in many countries. Retrospective studies have identified cases predating the initial identification of this...

    Authors: Marion M Simmons, Timm Konold, Lisa Thurston, Susan J Bellworthy, Melanie J Chaplin and S Jo Moore

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:14

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  25. As there is limited information about the clinical signs of BSE and scrapie in goats, studies were conducted to describe the clinical progression of scrapie and BSE in goats and to evaluate a short clinical pr...

    Authors: Timm Konold, Gemma E Bone, Laura J Phelan, Marion M Simmons, Lorenzo González, Sílvia Sisó, Wilfred Goldmann, Saira Cawthraw and Steve AC Hawkins

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:13

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  26. Castration of male calves destined for beef production is a common management practice performed in the United States amounting to approximately 15 million procedures per year. Societal concern about the moral...

    Authors: Johann F Coetzee, Abbey L Nutsch, Laura A Barbur and Ryan M Bradburn

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:12

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  27. In Italy, anthrax is endemic but occurs sporadically. During the summer of 2004, in the Pollino National Park, Basilicata, Southern Italy, an anthrax epidemic consisting of 41 outbreaks occurred; it claimed th...

    Authors: Giuliano Garofolo, Andrea Ciammaruconi, Antonio Fasanella, Silvia Scasciamacchia, Rosanna Adone, Valentina Pittiglio and Florigio Lista

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:11

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  28. The structure of contact between individuals plays an important role in the incursion and spread of contagious diseases in both human and animal populations. In the case of avian influenza, the movement of liv...

    Authors: Ricardo J Soares Magalhães, Angel Ortiz-Pelaez, Kim Lan Lai Thi, Quoc Hoang Dinh, Joachim Otte and Dirk U Pfeiffer

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:10

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  29. During the last decade, active surveillance for transmissible spongiform encephalopathies in small ruminants has been intensive in Europe. In many countries this has led to the detection of cases of atypical s...

    Authors: Alexandre Fediaevsky, Cristiana Maurella, Maria Nöremark, Francesco Ingravalle, Stefania Thorgeirsdottir, Leonor Orge, Renaud Poizat, Maria Hautaniemi, Barry Liam, Didier Calavas, Giuseppe Ru and Petter Hopp

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:9

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  30. The reduced drug accumulation based on enhanced drug efflux and metabolic capacity, identified in triclabendazole (TCBZ)-resistant Fasciola hepatica may contribute to the development of resistance to TCBZ. The ai...

    Authors: Laura Ceballos, Laura Moreno, Luis Alvarez, Laura Shaw, Ian Fairweather and Carlos Lanusse

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:8

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  31. Several cases of human infection caused by verotoxin-producing Escherichia coli (VTEC) O157:H7 in Sweden have been connected with cattle farm visits. Between 1996 and 2002, 18 farms were classified as the source ...

    Authors: Anna Aspán and Erik Eriksson

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:7

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  32. Domestic dogs and cats are very well known to develop chronic hepatic diseases, including hepatic lipidosis and cirrhosis. Ultrasonographic examination is extensively used to detect them. However, there are st...

    Authors: Andréia S Lessa, Bruno D Paredes, Juliana V Dias, Adriana B Carvalho, Luiz Fernando Quintanilha, Christina M Takiya, Bernardo R Tura, Guilherme FM Rezende, Antonio C Campos de Carvalho, Célia MC Resende and Regina CS Goldenberg

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:6

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  33. Human breast cancer is classified by gene expression profile into subtypes consisting of two hormone (oestrogen and/or progesterone) receptor-positive types (luminal-like A and luminal-like B) and three hormon...

    Authors: Francesco Sassi, Cinzia Benazzi, Gastone Castellani and Giuseppe Sarli

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:5

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  34. A major determinant of influenza infection is the presence of virus receptors on susceptible host cells to which the viral haemagglutinin is able to bind. Avian viruses preferentially bind to sialic acid α2,3-...

    Authors: Rahul K Nelli, Suresh V Kuchipudi, Gavin A White, Belinda Baquero Perez, Stephen P Dunham and Kin-Chow Chang

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:4

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  35. Q fever, a worldwide zoonotic disease caused by Coxiella burnetii, is endemic in northern Spain where it has been reported as responsible for large series of human pneumonia cases and domestic ruminants' reproduc...

    Authors: Francisco Ruiz-Fons, Ianire Astobiza, Jesús F Barandika, Ana Hurtado, Raquel Atxaerandio, Ramón A Juste and Ana L García-Pérez

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:3

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  36. The efficacy of a single dose of an inactivated bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) - Parainfluenaza type 3 (PI3) - Mannheimia haemolytica (Mh) combination vaccine, in calves positive for maternal antibodie...

    Authors: Mirjam TW van der Sluijs, Eva M Kuhn and Birgit Makoschey

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:2

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  37. Although several attempts have been made to control enzootic bovine leukosis (EBL) at the local level, a nationwide control program has not been implemented in Japan, except for passive surveillance. Effective...

    Authors: Sota Kobayashi, Toshiyuki Tsutsui, Takehisa Yamamoto, Yoko Hayama, Ken-ichiro Kameyama, Misako Konishi and Kenji Murakami

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2010 6:1

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  38. The use of Duddingtonia flagrans as a tool for the biological control of gastrointestinal nematodes (GIN) is a promising alternative to anthelmintics. The chlamydospores of D. flagrans are orally dosed and their ...

    Authors: Nadia F Ojeda-Robertos, Juan FJ Torres-Acosta, Armín J Ayala-Burgos, Carlos A Sandoval-Castro, Rosa O Valero-Coss and Pedro Mendoza-de-Gives

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2009 5:46

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  39. Porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2) is a dominant causative agent of postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome (PMWS), a multifactorial disease complex with putative immunosuppressive characteristics. Little is ...

    Authors: Esther Steiner, Carole Balmelli, Heidi Gerber, Artur Summerfield and Kenneth McCullough

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2009 5:45

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  40. Recent studies on geographic distribution of Echinococcus multilocularis in Europe show that it has a wider range than previously thought. It is unclear, however, if the wider distribution is due to its recent sp...

    Authors: Pietro Calderini, Marta Magi, Simona Gabrielli, Alberto Brozzi, Susanna Kumlien, Goffredo Grifoni, Albertina Iori and Gabriella Cancrini

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2009 5:44

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  41. Biofilm has been shown to be one way for Salmonella to persist in the feed factory environment. Matrix components, such as fimbriae and cellulose, have been suggested to play an important role in the survival of

    Authors: Lene K Vestby, Trond Møretrø, Simon Ballance, Solveig Langsrud and Live L Nesse

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2009 5:43

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  42. In parts of Great Britain and Ireland, Eurasian badgers (Meles meles) constitute a reservoir of Mycobacterium bovis infection and a potential source of infection for cattle. In vitro diagnostic tests for live bad...

    Authors: Mark A Chambers, Sue Waterhouse, Konstantin Lyashchenko, Richard Delahay, Robin Sayers and R Glyn Hewinson

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2009 5:42

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  43. Gastrointestinal nematode (GIN) infection is one of the main constraints to sheep production both in temperate and tropical countries. Economic losses caused by GIN are related to decreased production, treatme...

    Authors: Giuseppe Cringoli, Vincenzo Veneziano, Laura Mezzino, Mariaelena Morgoglione, Saverio Pennacchio, Laura Rinaldi and Vincenzo Salamina

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2009 5:41

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  44. Cancer is a major cause of death in domestic animals. Furthermore, many forms of pet neoplasm resemble that of their human counterparts in biologic behaviour, pathologic expression, and recognised risk factors.

    Authors: Marta Vascellari, Elisa Baioni, Giuseppe Ru, Antonio Carminato and Franco Mutinelli

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2009 5:39

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  45. Although the epidemiology of scrapie has been broadly understood for many years, attempts to introduce voluntary or compulsory controls to eradicate the disease have frequently failed. Lack of precision in def...

    Authors: Glenda Dexter, Sue C Tongue, Lindsay Heasman, Susan J Bellworthy, Andrew Davis, S Jo Moore, Marion M Simmons, A Robin Sayers, Hugh A Simmons and Danny Matthews

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2009 5:38

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  46. Giardia duodenalis is a ubiquitous protozoan parasite that has emerged as a significant opportunistic human pathogen. G. duodenalis may have a deleterious effect on animal growth and performance, therefore its po...

    Authors: Bruce R Hoar, Robert R Paul, Jennifer Siembieda, Maria das Gracas C Pereira and Edward R Atwill

    Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2009 5:37

    Content type: Research article

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