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Visibly Marked and Microchipped Lost Dogs Have a Higher Chance to Find Their Owners in Belgrade

:// PMid:19601734 14. Rohlf, V. I., Bennett, P. C., Toukhsati, S. (2010). Why do even committed dog owners fail to comply with some responsible ownership practices? Anthrozoos 23, 143-155. 15. Weiss, E., Slater, M., Lord, L. (2011). Retention of provided identification for dogs and cats seen in veterinary clinics and adopted from shelters in Oklahoma City, OK, USA. Prev Vet Med, 101, 301-315. PMid:21704398

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Effects of Cell Seeding Methods on Chondrogenic Differentiation of Rat Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Polyhydroxybutyrate/Chitosan Scaffolds

. Muzzarelli, R. A. A., 2009: Review: Chitins and chitosans for the repair of wounded skin, nerve, cartilage and bone. Carb. Pol. , 76 (2), 167—182. DOI: 10.1016/j.carbpol.2008.11.002. 24. Nair, S. L., Laurencin, C. T., 2007: Biodegradable polymers as biomaterials. Prog. Polym. Sci. , 32, 762—798. http://dx.doiorg/10.1016/j.progpolymsci.2007.05.017 . 25. Nehrer, S., Breinan, H. A., Ramappa, A., Young, G., Shortkroff, S., Louie, L. K., et al., 1997: Matrix collagen type and pore size influence behaviour of seeded canine chondrocytes. Biomaterials , 18 (11

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Influence of Meat Type, Sex and Storage Time on Fatty Acid Profile of Free Range Dalmatian Turkey

REFERENCES 1. Ferreira, M. M. C., Morgano, M. A., De Queiroz, S. C. D. N., Mantovani, D. M. B. (2000). Relationships of the minerals and fatty acid contents in processed turkey meat products. Food Chem. 69, 259-265. 2. Baggio, S.R., Miguel, A. M. R., Bragagnolo, N. (2005). Simultaneous determination of cholesterol oxides, cholesterol and fatty acids in processed turkey meat products. Food Chem. 89, 475-484. 3. Castellini, C., Mugnai, C., Dal Bosco

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Ameliorative effects of Helianthus annuus against nephrotoxic, cardiac, and haematological disorders in alloxan-induced hyperglycaemia in albino rats

was not significant. The neutrophil : lymphocyte ratio of GLB-and HLEHA-treated groups were reduced (P < 0.05) when compared with the 5% tween-20–treated group ( Table 2 ). Table 2 Effect of HLEHA treatment on leukocytic profile (mean ±SEM) Treatment 5% tween-20, 5 mL/kg GLB 2 mg/kg HLEHA 150 mg/kg HLEHA 300 mg/kg HLEHA 600 mg/kg WBC (x103/mL) 11.68 ± 0.58 9.73 ± 0.43 10.89 ± 0.36 10.9 ± 0.68 9.85 ± 1.26 Re neutrophil (%) 37.0 ± 2.66 21.4 ± 1.57* 28.0 ± 0.53* 18.0 ± 2.28* 14.67 ± 1.65* Re lymphocyte (%) 60

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Assessment of the Effect of Selected Components of Equine Seminal Plasma on Semen Freezability

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The Influence of Fortification of Dark Chocolate with Sea Buckthorn and Mulberry on the Content of Biologically Active Substances

of Food Sciences, 10 (1), 59-64, doi: 10.5219/551 10. Cerit, İ., Şenkaya, S., Tulukoğlu, B., Kurtuluş, M., Seçilmişoğlu, Ü. R., Demirkol O. (2016). Enrichment of functional properties of white chocolates with cornelian cherry, spinach and pollen powders, GIDA/The Journal of FOOD, 41 (5), 311-316. 11. Singleton, V. L. & Rossi, J. A. (1965). Colorimetry of total phenolics with phosphomolybdicphosphotungstic acid reagents, American Journal of Enology and Agricultural, 16, 144-158. 12. Willett, W. C. (2002). Balancing

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Effects of natural antioxidants on the stability of omega-3 fatty acids in dog food

-capped, teflon-lined culture tube. The first step was adding 1 mL of prepared internal standard-C17:0 (heptadecaenoic acid) in benzene, followed by adding 2 mL of 5% sodium methoxide, 0.5 M solution in methanol. The tubes were capped and lightly vortexed to mix and then incubated in a water bath at 50°C for 5 min. After cooling for 5 min, 3 mL of 5% methanolic HCl was added and then recapped, vortexed, and incubated in a water bath at 80°C for another 10 min. The tubes were cooled for 7 min and then 1 mL of hexane and 7.5 mL of 6% potassium carbonate was slowly added. The

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Different Dynamics of Sensory-Motor Development and Behavior During the Transitional Period in Puppies: Preliminary Results

and social experiences in the canine. J Vet Behav: Clin Appl Res. 4(5): 203-210. 20. Gazzano, A., Mariti, C., Notari, L., Sighieri, C., McBride, E.A. (2008). Effects of early gentling and early environment on emotional development of puppies. Appl Anim Behav Sci. 110, 294-304. 21. Fox, M.W. (1968). Methods of animal experimentation. III (2):37-73. Elsevier Inc. 22. Landis, J.R., Koch, G.G. (1975). A review of statistical methods in the analysis of data

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Spirocercosis in Dogs in Israel

REFERENCES 1. Aroch, I., Markovics, A., Mazaki-tovi, M., Kuzi, S., Harrus, S., Yas, E., et al., 2015: Spirocercosis in dogs in Israel: A retrospective case-control study (2004—2009). Vet. Parasitol. , 211, 234—240. DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2015.05.011. 2. Cabanova, V., Guimaraes, N., Hurnikova, Z., Chovancova, G., Urban, P., Miterpakova, M., 2017: Endoparasites of the grey wolf ( Canis lupus ) in protected areas of Slovakia. Annals of Parasitology , 63, 4, 283—289. DOI: 10.17420/ap6304.114. 3. Chai, O., Yas, E., Brenner, O., Rojas, A

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Changes in the activity of ovine blood-derived macrophages stimulated with antimicrobial peptide extract (AMP) or platelet-rich plasma (PRP)

Congress of the Latin American Association of Immunology - 100 Congreso de la Asociación Colombiana de Alergia, Asma e Inmunología. doi: 10.3389/conf.fimmu.2015.05.00015 (2015). 4. Campbell L., Emmerson E., Williams H., Saville C.R., Krust A., Chambon P., Mace K.A., Hardman J.: Estrogen receptor-alpha promotes alternative macrophage activation during cutaneous repair. J Invest Dermatol 2014, 134, 2447–2457. 5. Campbell L., Saville C.R., Murray P.J., Cruickshank S.M., Hardman J.: Local arginase 1 activity is required for cutaneous wound healing. J Invest

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