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Chlamydia Psittaci Strains from Broiler Chickens Induce Histopathological Lesions and Mortality in SPF Chickens

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LC-MS/MS analysis of doxycycline residues in chicken tissues after oral administration

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Effect of copper glycinate chelate on biomechanical, morphometric and chemical properties of chicken femur

qualitative feed restriction and environmental temperature on long bone development of broiler chickens. J. Therm. Biol., 32: 349-354. Chowdhury S.D., Paik I.K., Namkung H., Lim. H.S. (2004). Responses of broiler chickens to organic copper fed in the form of copper-methionine chelate. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol., 115: 281-293. Crespo R., Stover S.M., Taylor K.T., Chin R.P., Shivaprasad H.L. (2000). Morphometric and mechanical properties of femora in young adult male turkeys with and without femoral fractures. Poultry Sci., 79 (4): 602

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Polymorphisms of Growth Hormone Gene in a Native Chicken Population: Association with Egg Production

A., Okabayashi H., Guemene D., Kuhnlein U.: DNA polymorphism in the chicken growth hormone gene: Association with egg production. Anim Sci J 2003, 74 , 243-244. 10. Kansaku N., Hiyama G., Sasanami T., Zadworny D.: Prolactin and growth hormone in birds: Protein structure, gene structure and genetic variation. J Poult Sci 2008, 45 , 1-6. 11. Kioka N., Manabe E., Abe M., Hashi H., Yato M., Okuno M., Yamano Y., Sakai H., Komano T., Utsumi K., Iritani A.: Cloning and sequencing of goat growth hormone gene. Agric Biol Chem 1989, 53

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Effects of technogenic pollutants on chicken embryos

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Analytical Method for Differentiation of Chilled and Frozen-Thawed Chicken Meat

. 11. Obretenov, D. Tzv., Sn. D. Ivanova, M. J. Kuntcheva and G. T. Somov Melanoidin Formation in Cooked Meat Products. J. Agric. Food Chem., 1993, 41(4), 653 -656. DOI: 10.1021/jf00028a028. 12. Šimoniová A., Rohlík B.-A., Škorpilová T., Petrová M., Pipek P. (2013). Differentiation between fresh and thawed chicken meats. Czech J. Food Sci., 31, 108-115. 13. Tan, T.-C., Alkarkhi, A.F.M. and Easa, A.M. (2012). Characterization of the ribose-induced Maillard reaction in minced chicken and minced pork: A potential means of species

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Mortality of Broiler Chickens During Summer Fattening Periods Affected by Microclimatic Conditions

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The influence of chestnut wood and flubendazole on morphology of small intestine and lymphocytes of peripheral blood, spleen and jejunum in broiler chickens

. Morphological parameters of intestinal wall evaluated in duodenum and jejunum included height and total area of villi. The potential immunomodulatory and antiparasitical effects are discussed. Materials and Methods Chickens and diets The experiment was conducted in a commercial broiler chicken fattening farm. The broilers were housed in four floor pens identical with the same direction and covered area (0.12 m 2 /broiler chicken). Wooden barriers separated the individual groups of chickens from each other. Twenty four chickens 40 days old Kalimero-Super Master hybrid

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The Effect of a Probiotic Containing Enterococcus faecium DSM 7134 on Redox and Biochemical Parameters in Chicken Blood

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Isolation, Characterization and Differentiation Potential of Chicken Spermatogonial Stem Cell Derived Embryoid Bodies

References Aponte P.M., Soda T., Teerds K.J., Mizrak S.C., Vande Kant H.J., Derooij D.G. (2008). Propagation of bovine spermatogonial stem cells in vitro. Reproduction, 136: 543-557. Brulet P., Babinet C., Kemler R., Jacob F. (1980). Monoclonal antibodies against trophectoderm- specific markers during mouse blastocyst formation. Proc. Natl. Acad Sci. USA, 77: 4113-4117. Burt D.W. (2007). Emergence of the chicken as model organism: Implications for agriculture and biology. Poultry Sci., 86: 1460

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