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In vitro Evaluation of Biological Effects of Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Extracts

Students [online]. University of Szeged, Szeged, Department of Pharmacognosy, 229 pp. 4. Gani, R., Jimenez-Gonzalez, C., Kate, A. T., Crafts, P. A., Jones, M., Powell, L., 2006: A modern approach to solvent selection: although chemists’ and engineers’ intuition is still important, powerful tools are becoming available to reduce the effort needed to select the right solvent. Chemical Engineering , 113, 30—43. 5. Hosseinzadeh, R., Khorsandi, K., Hemmaty, S., 2013: Study of the effect of surfactants on extraction and determination of polyphenolic compounds

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Changes in blood parameters induced by experimental jaagsiekte sheep retrovirus infection

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Identification and control of sources of Taenia solium infection – the attempts to eradicate the parasite

hooks on the scolex of T . solium enables to distinguish these two species. Furthermore, the structure of the gravid uterus in the distal proglottids and that of the genitalia in the mature proglottids provide precise species identification. However, it is really technically difficult, due to the fact that these proglottids are mostly unavailable in investigated materials ( 15 , 34 ). A coproantigen ELISA (copro-Ag-ELISA; coproantigen enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) is one of the most accessible and efficacious diagnostic tools for intestinal taeniasis. It is

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Occurrence of Animal-Origin Constituents in Feeds

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Contribution of Pili of S. Pneumoniae in the Onset of Meningitis

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Research progress of siRNA in anti-influenza viral infection

, Manhattan, NY, 2009. 230. CsoRba T. Pantaleo V. Burgy N.J. RNA silencing: an antiviral mechanism Gad L. John P.C. Advances in virus research 75 2 Academic Press Manhattan, NY 2009 230 [15] O’Keefe EP. siRNA and shRNA: Tools for inhibiting protein expression through gene silencing. (2013-06-05) [2017-03-20], http://www.labome.cn/method/siRNAs-and-shRNAs-Tools-for-Protein-Knockdown-by-Gene-Silencing.html . O’Keefe EP. siRNA and shRNA: Tools for inhibiting protein expression through gene silencing 2013-06-05 2017-03-20 http://www.labome.cn/method/siRNAs-and-shRNAs-Tools

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Fasciola hepatica isolates induce different immune responses in unmaturated bovine macrophages

. Infect Immun. 2009, 77, 2488–2498. doi: 10.1128/IAI.00919-08. 15. Hill R.D., Gouffon J.S., Saxton A.M., Su C.: Differential gene expression in mice infected with distinct Toxoplasma strains. Infect Immun 2012, 80, 968–974. doi:10.1128/IAI.05421-11. 16. Huang da W., Sherman B.T., Lempicki R.A.: Bioinformatics enrichment tools: paths toward the comprehensive functional analysis of large gene lists. Nucleic Acids Res 2009, 37, 1–13. 17. Jimbo S., Suleman M., Maina T., Prysliak T., Mulongo M., Perez-Casal J.: Effect of Mycoplasma bovis on bovine

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miR-190, CDK1, MCM10 and NDC80 predict the prognosis of the patients with lung cancer

gene expression data. Bioinformatics. 2010;26(1):139. DOI: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btp616 25. Oliveros JC. VENNY. An interactive tool for comparing lists with Venn Diagrams. http://bioinfogp.cnb.csic.es/tools/venny/index.html . 2007. 26. Jia WZ, Tao Y, Qi A, Hua Y, Zhu Z, Xiao L et al. MicroRNA-190 regulatesFOXP2genes in human gastric cancer. Onco Targets Ther. 2016;9(Issue 1):3643-51. 27. Yu Y, Luo W, Yang ZJ, Chi JR, Li YR, Ding Y et al. miR-190 suppresses breast cancer metastasis by regulation of TGF-β-induced epithelial-mesenchymal transition

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Cytological evaluation of inflammation of the uterus and influence of endometritis on selected reproductive parameters in dairy cows

.E.P.: Influences of nutrition and metabolism on fertility of dairy cows. Anim Reprod Sci. 2012, 9, 260-272. 4. Čengić B., Varatanović N., Mutevelić T., Katica A., Mlačo N., Ćutuk A.: Normal and abnormal uterine involution in cows monitored by ultrasound. Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry 2012, 28, 205-217. 5. Chapwanya A., Meade K.G., Narciandi F., Stanley P., Mee J.F., Doherty M.L., Callanan J.J., Farrelly C.O.: Endometrial biopsy: a valuable clinical and research tool in bovine reproduction. Theriogenology 2010, 73, 988-994. 6

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In Vitro Replication of Recombinant Marek’S Disease Viruses Constructed from Field Strains Lacking Meq and Vtr Oncogenes

’s disease virus: novel tools for generation of molecularly defined herpesvirus vaccines. J Virol 2003, 77 , 8712 - 8718. 13. Petherbridge L., Brown A.C., Baigent S.J., Howes K., Sacco M.A., Osterrieder N., Nair V.K.: Oncogenicity of virulent Marek’s disease virus cloned as bacterial artificial chromosomes. J Virol 2004, 78 , 13376 - 13380. 14. Schumacher D., Tischer B.K., Fuchs W., Osterrieder N.: Reconstitution of Marek’s disease virus serotype 1 (MDV-1) from DNA cloned as a bacterial artificial chromosome and characterization of a

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