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Evaluation of Technological Properties and Oxidative Stability of Organic Dry Fermented Probiotic Sausages During Long-Term Storage

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Serum paraoxonase as an indicator for fatty liver in sheep

., Newbold J., Van Werven T.: The relationship between oxidative damage and vitamin E concentration in blood, milk, and liver tissue from vitamin E supplemented and nonsupplemented periparturient heifers. J Dairy Sci 2008, 91, 977–987. 9. Cal L., Borteiro C., Benech A., Rodas E., Abreu M.N., Cruz, J.C., González Montaña J.R.: Histological changes of the liver and metabolic correlates in ewes with pregnancy toxemia. Arq Bras Med Vet Zootec 2009, 61, 306–312. 10. Christie W.W., Noble R.C., Clegg R.A.: The hydrolysis of very low density lipoproteins and

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Development of a UHPLC-MS/MS method for the determination of quercetin in milk and its application to a pharmacokinetic study

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Effects of flunixin and florfenicol combined with vitamins E and/or C on selected immune mechanisms in cattle under conditions of adaptive stress

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Effect of therapeutic doses of enrofloxacin on circulating lymphocyte subpopulations in pigs

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Mouse duodenum as a model of inflammation induced by enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli K88

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Screening method for the determination of selected tetracyclines in water by liquid chromatography with diode array detector

Peteghem C.H.: Use of metal chelate affinity chromatography and membranebased ion-exchange as clean-up procedure for trace residue analysis of tetracyclines in animal tissues and egg. J Chromatogr A 1997, 690, 173-179. 8. Furusawa N.: Isolation of tetracyclines in milk using a solidphase extracting column and water eluent. Talanta 2003, 59, 155-159. 9. Gajda A., Posyniak A., Żmudzki J., Tomczyk G.: Determination of doxycycline in chicken fat by liqud chromatogarphy with UV detection and liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. J

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Comparison of albendazole cytotoxicity in terms of metabolite formation in four model systems

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Concentration of trace elements vs redox status in blood, liver, and muscles of turkey hens fed diets with the addition of soybean or linseed oil

muscles of turkey hens and blood profile lipids. Ann Univ Mariae Curie- Skłodowska Sec. EE Zootechnica 2012, 30, 9-17. 8. Dmoch M., Solan M.: The role of vitamin C in domestic birds. Wiad Zootech 2008, 2, 21-28. 9. Ergun S., Yontem M., Yerlikaya A., Ozata A., Uysal K., Kurt H.: Influence of dietary oils on liver and blood lipid peroxidation. Saudi Med J 2005, 26, 442-446. 10. Florou-Paneri P., Palatos G., Govaris A., Botsoglou D., Giannenas I., Ambrosiadis I.: Oregano herb versus oregano essential oil as feed supplements

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Relationship between the content of chlorinated hydrocarbons and fatty acid composition of milk fat

milk fat (%) Fatty acid Cow milk Mare milk Mean ±SD Range Mean ± SD Range C4:0 3.27 ±0.28 a (2.78–3.76) 0.17 ±0.07 b (0.05–0.28) C6:0 2.22 ±0.20 a (1.81–2.43) 0.31 ±0.26 b (0.01–1.02) C8:0 1.41 ±0.14 b (1.16–1.59) 2.84 ±1.51 a (0.05–5.45) C10:0 3.21 ±0.45 b (2.49–3.82) 7.09 ±3.05 a (1.79–13.69) C11:0 0.05 ±0.02 a (0.03–0.08) 0.02 ±0.03 b (0.00–0.09) C12:0 3.57 ±0.51 b (2.73–4.25) 6.1 ±2.46 a (2.13–10.42) C13:0 iso 0

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