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Influence of High Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Produced by Antennas for Mobile Communication on the Structure of the Pancreas in Rats: Histological and Unbiased Stereological Analysis

of electromagnetic radiation of mobile phones on the central nervous system. Bio Electro Magnetics, 2003;24:1:49-62. 10. Laitl-Kobierska A, Cieslar G, Sieron A, Grzybek H. Influence of alternating extremely low frequency EMF magnetic fields on structure and function of pancreas in rats. Bioelectromagnetics. 2002;23:49-58. 11. Boriraksantikul N, Bhattacharyya D, Whiteside J, O’Brien C, Viator A, Kirawanich P, Islam N. Case study of high blood glucose concentration effects of 850 MHz electromagnetic fields using stem cell. Progress In Electromagnetics

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Production of Traditional Meat Products in Small and Micro Establishments in Serbia: Current Status and Future Perspectives

-sized enterprises. Official Journal of the European Communities 2003, L124(2003): 36-41. 10. Census of Agriculture 2012 in the Republic of Serbia – First results (Supported by the EU). Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia 2013. 11. Law on Veterinary Matters, Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, No. 91/05, 30/10 and 93/12, 2005. 12. Law on Food safety, Official Gazzete Republic of Serbia, No. 41/09. 13. Ordinance on the general conditions of food hygiene. Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, No. 73/10. 14. Ordinance on general

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Establishment of renal failure models by laparoscopy in bama pigs which underwent partial nephrectomy and radical contralateral nephrectomy

(WBC) and red blood cell (RBC) counts and was performed immediately after sample collection with an MEK-7222K haematology analyser (Nihon Kohden Corporation, Japan). Serum was stored at −80°C after centrifugation. A total of 300 mg of xylocaine was injected intravenously for euthanasia after general anaesthesia with xylazine and ketamine hydrochloride at 13 weeks, or earlier if a serious complication occurred. Histopathological examination. Tissue was collected from the caudal pole of the remnant kidney. The renal tissue was fixed in 10% buffered formalin

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Broad Spectrum Detection of Antibiotic Residues in Poultry Meat by a Multi-Plate Assay

References 1. Centre for Science and Environment, 2014: Antibiotics in Chicken Meat: study . New Delhi: Pollution Monitoring Laboratory, 36 p. PML/PR-48/2014. 2. Cháfer-Pericás, C., Maquieira, Á., Puchades, R., 2010: Fast screening methods to detect antibiotic residues in food samples. Trends in Analytical chemistry , 29, 9, 1038—1049. DOI:10.1016/j.trac.2010.06.004. 3. European Commission, 2002: Commission Decision 2002/657/EC of 12 August 2002 implementing Council Directive 96/23/EC concerning the performance of analytical methods and the

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Identification the Presence of Clade Influenza H5N1, A Highly Pathogenic Virus in Iraq, 2018

REFERENCES 1. Watanabe, T., Zhong, G., Russell, C.A., Nakajima, N., Hatta, M., Hanson, A., McBride, R., et al. (2014). Circulating avian influenza viruses closely related to the 1918 virus have pandemic potential. Cell Host Microbe. 15(6): 692-705. PMid:24922572 PMCid:PMC4205238 2. Webster, R.G, Govorkova, E.A. (2014). Continuing challenges in influenza. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1323(1): 115-139. PMid:24891213 PMCid:PMC4159436 3. Wallace, R.G., Bergmann, L., Kock, R

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Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) in Abdominal Fluid in Dogs with Oncological and Non-Oncological Diseases

, K.J., Hammond, A.J., Laird, M., Hunter, M.G., Mann, G.E. (2009). Angiogenesis and vascular function in the ovary. Reproduction 138, 869-881. PMid:19786399 12. Sack, U., Hoffmann, M., Zhao, X.J., Chan, K.S., Hui, D.S.C., Gosse, H., Engelmann, L., Schauer, J., Emmrich, F., Hoheisel, G. (2005). Vascular endothelial growth factor in pleural effusions of different origin. Eur Respir J. 25, 600-604. PMid:15802331 13. Bekes, I., Thomas, W.P.F., Tanja, K., Volker, M., Wolfgang

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Homologous Seminal Plasma and Glutathione Promote Pre-capacitation Motility and Structural Stability of Cryopreserved Ram Spermatozoa

REFERENCES 1. Salamon, S., Maxwell, W.M. (2000). Storage of ram semen. Animal Reproduction Science 62(1-3): 77-111. 2. De Paz, P., Mata-Campuzano, M., Tizado, E.J., Álvarez, M., Álvarez-Rodríguez, M., Herraez, P., Anel, L. (2011). The relationship between ram sperm head morphometry and fertility depends on the procedures of acquisition and analysis used. Theriogenology 76(7): 1313-1325. PMid:21798583 3. Maroto-Morales, A., Ramón, M., García

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The Effects of Clinoptilolite Administration on the Appetite, the Consistency of Faeces and the Histology of the Small Intestine in Growing Pigs

References 1. Alexopoulos, C., Papaioannou, D. S., Fortomaris, P., Kyriakis, C. S., Tserveni-Goussi, A., Yannakopoulos, A., Kyriakis, S. C., 2007: Experimental study on the effect of in-feed administration of a clinoptilolite-rich tuff on certain biochemical and haematological parameters of growing and fattening pigs. Livest. Sci. , 111, 230—241. DOI: 10.1016/j.livsci.2007.01.152. 2. Ball, R. O., Aherne, F. X., 1982: Effect of diet complexity and feed restriction on the incidence and severity of diarrhoea in early-weaned pigs. Can. J. Anim. Sci

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Impact of prepartum body condition score loss on metabolic status during the transition period and subsequent fertility in Brown Swiss dairy cows

.31 ± 1.26 0.041 0.322 0.112 Cholesterol BCS-H 93.88 ± 3.43 b 68 ± 4.14 c 79.94 ± 4.48 bc 115.19 ± 5.91 a BCS-L 88.70 ± 2.90 b 67.25 ± 2.77 c 76.55 ± 8.45 bc 110.30 ± 7.29 a 0.164 0.000 0.940 BCS-C 92.38 ± 2.99 b 76.86 ± 3.05 c 87.48 ± 6.09 bc 117 ±6.01 a BID BCS-H 0.11 ± 0.02 ab 0.18 ± 0.03 a,AB 0.13 ± 0.03 ab 0.08 ± 0.02 b BCS-L 0.10 ± 0.01 bc 0.27 ± 0.03 a,A 0.16 ± 0.02 b 0.08 ± 0.01 c 0.008 0.000 0.016 BCS-C 0.11± 0.01 a 0

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Comparison of the Chemical Composition of Whey Cheeses: Urda and Ricotta

REFERENCES 1. Fox, F.P., Guinee, P.T., Cogan, M.T., McSweeney, L.H.P. (2000). Fundamentals of cheese science (pp. 504-513). Gaithersburg, Maryland: Aspen Publishers Inc. 2. Ko, S., Kwak, H.S. (2009). Bioactive components in whey products. In: Park, Y.W., (Ed.), Bioactive components in milk and dairy products (pp. 263-284). Ames, IA, USA: Wiley-Blackwell. PMid:19132382 3. Pintado, M.E., Macedo, A.C., Malcata, F.X. (2001). Review: Technology, chemistry and microbiology of whey cheeses. Food Science

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