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Porcine acute phase protein concentrations in different diseases in field conditions.
Five acute phase proteins (APPs) [C-reactive protein (CRP), serum amyloid A (SAA), haptoglobin (Hp), pig-MAP and albumin] were measured in pigs with naturally occurring infections by porcineExpand
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Age- and gender-related variations in hematology, clinical biochemistry, and hormones in Spanish fillies and colts.
In order to assess which laboratorial parameters need specific age- and/or gender-related reference values, hematological and biochemical profiles (including hormones) were performed in 205 SpanishExpand
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Cardiovascular and metabolic adaptations in horses competing in cross-country events.
The cardiovascular and metabolic response to two cross-country events (CC*: preliminary level and CC*** advanced level) were analysed in 8 male eventing horses (4 Anglo-Hunter and 4 Anglo-Arabian).Expand
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Erythrocyte indices in relation to hydration and electrolytes in horses performing exercises of different intensity
Exercise induces changes in hydration and electrolytes status that might affect volumetric properties of erythrocytes. This research analyzes the modifications induced for different type of exercisesExpand
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Hematologic and biochemical changes during canine agility competitions.
BACKGROUND Normal response to different types of exercise needs to be established before performance, training level, or exercise intolerance can be assessed. OBJECTIVES The aim of this researchExpand
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Uric acid responses to endurance racing and relationships with performance, plasma biochemistry and metabolic alterations.
REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY There is limited understanding of the uric acid response to endurance races. OBJECTIVES To demonstrate uric acid increments and its relationship to diverse biochemicalExpand
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Effect of training duration and exercise on blood-borne substrates, plasma lactate and enzyme concentrations in Andalusian, Anglo-Arabian and Arabian breeds.
Metabolic responses to exercise differ between Andalusian horses and other breeds, although changes in plasma muscle enzymes have not been reported and most useful information is obtained fromExpand
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Locomotor, cardiocirculatory and metabolic adaptations to training in Andalusian and Anglo-Arabian horses.
The effects of two training programmes in 20 Andalusian and 12 Anglo-Arabian horses were evaluated by an increasing intensity work test at velocities of 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 m sec(-1). Heart rate wasExpand
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Fluid and electrolyte shifts during and after Agility competitions in dogs.
This research assesses the relative contribution of splenic contraction and fluid shifts out of the vascular compartment to the increases in packed cell volume associated with Agility exercises. ItExpand
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The use of functional indexes to evaluate fitness in Andalusian horses.
The fitness of 8 Andalusian horses between 3 and 4 years of age was analysed. The animals were subjected to an exercise test on a sandy track consisting of 2 stages of different intensities. TheExpand
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