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The rabbit. Husbandry, health and production.
Preoperative chemotherapy followed by surgery compared with primary surgery in resectable stage I (except T1N0), II, and IIIa non-small-cell lung cancer.
- A. Depierre, B. Milleron, +24 authors C. Chastang
- MedicineJournal of clinical oncology : official journal…
Although impressive differences in median, 3-year, and 4-year survival were observed, they were not statistically significant, except for stage I and II disease.
Seaweeds for livestock diets: A review
In vivo studies on ruminants, pigs, poultry and rabbits reveal that some seaweeds have the potential to contribute to the protein and energy requirements of livestock, while others contain a number of bioactive compounds, which could be used as prebiotic for enhancing production and health status of both monogastric and ruminant livestock.
Rabbit milk: A review of quantity, quality and non-dietary affecting factors
This literature review focuses on the milk yield and milk composition of rabbits and the non-nutritional factors affecting both quantity and quality. Actual highly efficient hybrid does have an…
Nutrition and feeding strategy: interactions with pathology.
Randomized study of maintenance vinorelbine in responders with advanced non-small-cell lung cancer.
- V. Westeel, E. Quoix, +11 authors A. Depierre
- MedicineJournal of the National Cancer Institute
- 6 April 2005
Maintenance vinorelbine did not improve survival of patients with advanced NSCLC who responded to induction MIC treatment and other agents, including docetaxel and targeted agents, should be evaluated as maintenance agents before the concept is abandoned.
EUROPEAN REFERENCE METHOD FOR IN VIVO DETERMINATION OF DIET DIGESTIBILITY IN RABBITS
This paper describes a standardized method for in vivo determination of total digestibility in rabbits and this new rnethod can be regarded as a baseline for calibrating individual laboratory procedures.
Effect of cooking temperature and cooking time on Warner-Bratzler tenderness measurement and collagen content in rabbit meat.
The effects of cooking temperature and time on Warner-Bratzler (WB) tenderness measurement of longissimus lumborum (LL) muscle in 70-day-old rabbits were investigated and stress and total energy were significantly increased between raw meat and cooked meat.
Reflections on rabbit nutrition with a special emphasis on feed ingredients utilization.
- F. Lebas
A list of nutritional recommendations for rabbits of different categories is proposed: growing from 18 to 42 days, from 42 to 80 days, for breeding does according to productivity and for a single diet suitable for all rabbits.