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2019-02-07 Opinion

Zoonotic potential of Giardia lamblia and control of giardiasis

Giardia is the most common pathogenic intestinal flagellate protozoan in the world. The most studied species is Giardia lamblia (syn. Giardia intestinalis, Giardia duodenalis) that infects mammals, including humans.About the other seven species the scientific literature is very scarce and litt...

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2019-03-04 Research Article

Use of the Reverse Transcription-Polymerase Chain Reaction for differential detection of two lineages of the canine distemper virus in Chile

Worldwide, Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) infection is a highly prevalent disease with high morbidity and mortality. CDV causes a multisystemic disease in a wide range of hosts including 9 families of mammals among them some primates, cetaceans and numerous carnivores. It presents a high tropism...

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2019-05-09 Mini Review

An analysis of wild animals with respect to French Ethics and Law

Before discussing the crux of the matter, it is important to understand what “wild” signifies and the characteristics that define a wild animal.
 

As contrasted to domesticated animals, a wild animal can be defined as an animal living freely in his natural h...

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2019-07-23 Research Article

Prevalence and seasonal variations of eggs of gastrointestinal nematode parasites of goats from smallholder farms in Mozambique

A survey was carried out to determine the prevalence and seasonal variations of eggs of gastrointestinal nematodes in goats in four provinces of Mozambique, from November 2016 to October 2017 in Tete and Cabo Delgado, and from November 2016 to October 2018 in Maputo and Gaza. In each province,...

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2019-10-04 Research Article

Nebulization as complementary therapy for dogs with respiratory tract infections

Respiratory tract infections in dogs pose a significant problem and often require prolonged treatment. The effectiveness of pharmacological therapy can be improved through the administration of nebulized compounds to liquidize mucus and promote its evacuation from the respiratory tract. The ai...

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