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In collaboration with the American College of Veterinary Pathologists

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differ substantially according to the breed and environmental conditions of a given horse. Hoof wall moisture is believed to be important for the health and function of hooves, and some investigators recommend that horses living in dry environments have

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

explained. “For us, the challenge is to select the highly motivated, mature, and passionate students to come here, and to work with them by providing them a supportive environment.” Additionally, the school is working with the university's College of

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Exploring professional quality of life provides information that could be used to develop strategies that support care providers with potential benefits for the work and home environments. 13 Another critical outcome is job satisfaction, which in health

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coaptation devices, such as splints or Robert-Jones bandages. 5 These devices can be difficult to use in amphibians because of their aquatic environment and the sensitive nature of their porous skin. Amputation of an affected limb should be considered for

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mimics an environment with rapid and complete fluid exchange, and 1 that mimics an environment where no fluid exchange occurs. We hypothesized that eluent samples obtained by the 2 distinct methods would result in differences in eluent platinum

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environment. This, along with the ability of PMA-PCR to detect and quantify a reduction of bacterial load with a pattern similar to that of bacterial culture, supports the use of PMA-PCR in studies of antiseptic effectiveness in higher bacterial load

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

leptospirosis is accurate detection and precise classification of leptospires in incidental hosts, in reservoir hosts, and in the environment. The success of a transdisciplinary approach requires harmonization of strain typing approaches with use of a common

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diagnostic method used to identify mycoplasmal organisms (PCR assay or bacterial culture), Mycoplasma spp that were identified, and the environment of case and control cats (ie, shelter environment vs any nonshelter environment). If necessary data were not

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