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Palynological correlation of Carnian humid pulses throughout western Tethys.
Abstract The Carnian Pluvial Event is an Upper Triassic swing toward increased rainfall best documented in the Tethys tropical belt, and mainly recognized on its effects on sedimentary systems, asExpand
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Manganese-exposed developing rats display motor deficits and striatal oxidative stress that are reversed by Trolox
While manganese (Mn) is essential for proper central nervous system (CNS) development, excessive Mn exposure may lead to neurotoxicity. Mn preferentially accumulates in the basal ganglia, and inExpand
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Clinical, pathological and antigenic aspects of bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) type 2 isolates identified in Brazil.
Nucleotide sequencing and phylogenetic analysis of Brazilian bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) field isolates identified four viruses belonging to the genotype 2. Comparison of 5' UTR sequences fromExpand
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Intoxicação por Ateleia glazioviana (Leg. Papilionoideae) em bovinos
A disease affecting cattle from western Santa Catarina and northwestern Rio Grande do Sul, characterized by nervous and caradiovascular manifestations, is described. The animals succumbed by "suddenExpand
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Evaluation of biochemical, hematological and oxidative parameters in mice exposed to the herbicide glyphosate-Roundup®
ABSTRACT We evaluated the toxicity of hepatic, hematological, and oxidative effects of glyphosate-Roundup® on male and female albino Swiss mice. The animals were treated orally with either 50 or 500Expand
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Asymptomatic Cattle Naturally Infected with Mycobacterium bovis Present Exacerbated Tissue Pathology and Bacterial Dissemination
Rational discovery of novel immunodiagnostic and vaccine candidate antigens to control bovine tuberculosis (bTB) requires knowledge of disease immunopathogenesis. However, there remains a paucity ofExpand
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Natural Infection of the Wild Canid Lycalopex gymnocercus by the Protozoan Rangelia vitalii, the Agent of Canine Rangeliosis
Abstract Rangelia vitalii is a piroplasmid that causes canine rangeliosis, a severe hemorrhagic disease of domestic dogs in South America. We report about R. vitalii infecting a pampas fox (LycalopexExpand
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Senecio spp poisoning in cattle in southern Brazil.
Epidemiological, clinical, necropsy and histopathological data were accumulated during the study of 15 outbreaks of Senecio spp poisoning in cattle occurring during the last 3 y in the State of RioExpand
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Phalaris angusta (Gramineae) como causa de enfermidade neurológica em bovinos no Estado de Santa Catarina
Two outbreaks of spontaneous poisoning in cattle by Phalaris angusta Nees ex Trin.("aveia louca", "aveia de sangue") are reported in cattle. The outbreaks occurred in the State of Santa Catarina,Expand
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In Vivo Manganese Exposure Modulates Erk, Akt and Darpp-32 in the Striatum of Developing Rats, and Impairs Their Motor Function
Manganese (Mn) is an essential metal for development and metabolism. However, exposures to high Mn levels may be toxic, especially to the central nervous system (CNS). Neurotoxicity is commonly dueExpand
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