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Hip dysplasia in dogs in relation to their month of birth
German wirehaired pointers, English, Irish and Gordon setters, and labrador retrievers that were puppies during the spring and summer had a significantly lower incidence of hip dysplasia than thoseExpand
Immune-Mediated Fever in the Dog. Occurrence of Antinuclear Antibodies, Rheumatoid Factor, Tumor Necrosis Factor and Interleukin-6 in Serum
A role for IL-6 in the pathogenesis of immune-mediated fever in most cases is indicated, and the results varied between patients, but the IL- 6 level was high in most of them. Expand
Hypochondroplastic dwarfism in the Irish setter.
A morphometric diagnostic method for Irish setter dwarfism was developed and a single autosomal recessive mode of inheritance was verified. Expand
Plasma Amino Acids in Dogs with Osteochondrosis or Hip Dysplasia
Radiography of the hip joints of mature dogs has shown that hip dysplasia is quite common in many middle and large size breeds in Norway. The heritability of hip dysplasia has been estimated inExpand
Antinuclear Antibodies (ANA) in Gordon Setters with Symmetrical Lupoid Onychodystrophy and Black Hair Follicular Dysplasia
The results suggest that symmetrical lupoid onychodystrophy and black hair follicular dysplasia in the Gordon setter might be autoimmune diseases that are pathogenetically related, which might indicate a common genetic predisposition. Expand
Lack of correlation between ammonia-like taint and polyamine levels in reindeer meat
The Salmonella monitoring programme in The Netherlands
These figures show that there is no linear distribution between the prevalence of the breeding pigs, the fattening pigs and the carcasses and one Salmonella target on carcass level for all the EU memberstates is suggested. Expand