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References 1. Adamu D.: Pathomorphological assessment and classification of spontaneous neoplasms in the dog. Med Weter 1992, 48 , 200-201. 2. Błaszczyk J., Jagas M., Hudziec P.: Malignant tumours in Lower Silesian voivodship in 2009. Low Silesia Oncological Centre, Wroclaw, 2011. 3. Darnell J., Lodish H., Baltimore D.: Molecular cell biology. Ed. Scientific American Books, New York, 1995, pp. 211-214. 4. Houszka M., Kaszubkiewicz Cz.: Neoplasms in domestic animals. Med Weter 1969, 25 , 6-10. 5. Malicka E., Piusiński W., Sendecka H., Bielecki W., Osińska B

References 1. Adamu D.: Pathomorphological assessment and classification of spontaneous neoplasms in the dog. Med Weter 1992, 48, 200201. 2. Ciaputa R., Kandefer-Gola M., Nowak M., Madej J.A.: Prevalence of tumours in domestic animals in the Lower Silesia (Poland) in 2009-2011. Bull Vet Inst Pulawy 2013, 57, 53-59. 3. Gesek M., Szarek J., Babińska I., Wojtacka J., Sobczak-Filipiak M., Felsmann M.Z.: Veterinary pathology in Europe in the light of the Congresses of the European Society of Veterinary Pathology in the last decade. Pol J Vet Sci 2008, 11, 193-197. 4

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The aim of the study was to evaluate the immune effects of genetically modified (GM), insect resistant corn (MON810) expressing toxin protein of Bacillus thuringiensis, and glyphosate-tolerant soybean meal (Roundup Ready MON-40-30-2), which are used as the feed mixture components in domestic animals. The study was conducted on 60 pigs (36 fatteners and 24 sows), 20 calves, 40 broilers, and 40 laying hens. Each species was divided into four basic nutritional groups: group I (control) - conventional feed, group II - feed consisted of GM soybean meal and non-modified corn, group III - non-modified soybean meal and GM corn, group IV - GM soybean meal and GM corn. Moreover, in the experiment on fatteners two additional groups were formed: group V - animals fed both conventional soybean meal and bruised grain, and group VI - GM soybean meal and conventional bruised grain. The results of study did not reveal any significant effect of feed mixtures containing GM components on the immune response in all animals regardless of their species and technological producing groups.

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., Buşilă A., Cvaşniuc D., Tudor G., Lapuşneanu C., Mănăstireanu M.: Investigations on the presence of antibodies to several flaviviruses in humans and some domestic animals in a biotope with a high frequency of migratory birds. Virologie 1975, 26 , 103-108. 7. Gerth H.J., Grimshandl D., Stage B., Döller G., Kunz C.: Roe deer as sentinels for endemicity of tick-borne encephalitis virus. Epidemiol Infect 1995, 115 , 355-365. 8. Hubálek Z., Juricová Z., Svobodová S., Halouzka J.: A serologic survey for some bacterial and viral zoonoses in game animals in the Czech


The article describes the analysis of Toxoplasma gondii infection among people and animals from the selected rural households in the Lublin province. To identify the potential sources of infection, parasitological and/or PCR examinations of the samples of water, soil, cats’ faeces, and meat eaten by the household members were carried out. The study indicated high percentages of seropositive results among the household members (N=57) and domestic animals (N=94) - 61.4 % and 53.2%, respectively. In two households, the parasite was detected in drinking water. The study results seem to confirm the possibility of family character of toxoplasmosis, and point at the environmental conditions leading to the infection in rural environment.


gram-negative bacteria. Lipopolysaccharides are complex glycolipids composed of lipid A, a core polysaccharide, and repeating units of O-specific polysaccharides. Lipid A is associated with the majority of toxic effects of gram-negative bacteria. It interacts with target cells, such as macrophages and activated neutrophils, initiating the inflammatory cascade. The effects of LPS depend mostly on organism reaction to endotoxins, their concentration in blood and also on the state of the animal before the occurrence of endotoxemia. The effect of endotoxin on the reproductive functions of domestic animals has been partly elucidated. This paper presents data on clinical, hematological and biochemical changes in endotoxemia as well as effects of injection of endotoxin in the reproductive systems in boars, rams, and stallions. The results show that these males respond to endotoxins in a similar way, concerning clinical symptoms, body temperature and leukocyte count in blood. Endocrine and seminal changes are different and the range of these changes also depends on the dose and endotoxin exposure time.


The subject matter of this paper is the interplay of the female body, law and the technologies of “domestic” animals in the novel Burial Rites (2013), a fictionalised biography of the last woman executed in Iceland. Drawing consistent parallels between the convicted woman and animals - lambs in the “killing pen” in particular - Hannah Kent problematises long-standing human institutions and traditions such as law, death sentence, patriarchy and the (ab)use of animals. Moreover, she demonstrates that “the animal” and “the criminal” are mutually supportive socio-legal constructs realised on the bodies of sentient beings via identical technologies.


Immunohistochemical studies have become an indispensable element of establishing the correct histopathological diagnosis of poorly differentiated lesions, proving particularly suitable, and occasionally indispensable, for diagnosis of poorly differentiated neoplastic tumours. Knowledge of the mechanism of action and normal reaction of individual proteins is required in selection of the antibody pattern for a given tissue and in evaluation of the obtained results. This paper aims to promote the application of immunohistochemical techniques in routine diagnosis, especially in cases of poorly differentiated or undifferentiated tumours.